LIVE BELOW THE LINE, DAY 2 LUNCH

 RAW Salad,  33p Half salad 16p   We decided to research the LIVE BELOW THE LINE Rules “You can use food sourced from your garden as long as you can account for the price of production! “ Hmmm, we have some pea shoots coming and are thinking,  “beetroot, pea sprout, chick peas salad” Peas seed…

LIVE BELOW THE LINE DAY2 BREAKFAST

Hmmmmmm, where do I start, I’m feeling tired, headache, probably some de-tox reaction going on from not having my daily one cup of coffee after breakfast. I also know the tiredness is because I’m not having my usual fruit and vegetation start to the day  As I moozied through yesterdays beans in assorted flavors and refine carbs and  yoghurt, I realized that I seriously need…

LIVE BELOW THE LINE, Day 1 Lunch

12pm Lunch Time About an hour after eating   I had acid in my stomach, I have an ulcer, so normally I eat foods to avoid this and thought that by eating brown rice flour  and not wheat, that every thing would be ok, but it passed, normally I’m would have some herbal tea with…

Live Below the Line – Day 1

  Breakfast Rice Flour Pancake Banana Yoghurt Sprinkled with cinnamon   Technically I started last night because I have a fundraising dinner to go to on Friday night, the last day. I woke up this morning and thought, “I can’t have what I want to eat today and not only for today  but for the…

LIVE BELOW THE LINE – Salmon and Nettle soup

This LIVE BELOW THE LINE is a team effort form Karimah Cuisina, this recipe comes from an idea from one of our older, wiser mature members, she reminded me of the fish heads that we buy in Whitechapel market  in the east  end of London.  A pound a day in the UK is not really…

Live Below the Line – Weighing it Up

by Karimah bint Dawoud, Muslim Chaplin & well being writer. For this challenge you are going to need some scales if you are going to live on more than fruit and crackers. To weigh up your flour allowance, rice, etc. Its tedious weighing food but once you get into it and have scales you love, then its actually fun. We are into vintage at…

Live Below the Line – Something Fishy Going On

by Karimah bint Dawoud, Muslim chaplain & well being writer. While brain storming with Teama Cuisina on Live Below the Line challenge , one of the more mature  sistars came up with a brilliant idea mashallah, “Why don’t we make soup from salmon heads that are only 50p in the market” So inshallah this weekend we are having a trail run, if we can keep the cat away from the soaking salmon…

Live Below The Line – Breakfast Recipe

by Karimah bint Dawoud, Muslim chaplain and well being writer. “If you fail to plan, then you plan to fail” It’s really important before embarking on this LIVE BELOW THE LINE challenge to plan what you are going to eat, rather than rummage around at the last minute clutching at straws, so here goes Karimahs Cuisina’s first recipe to start the day off well.  What starts good ends…