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Roast Pork Belly

Roast Pork Belly with Maple Jus on Fennel salad

There are few things greater for a fat adapted person than crispy, glass like, pork crackling and this recipe for roast pork belly has never failed us. Roast Pork Belly We bought a slab of Pork Belly from our local bulk buy store (CostCo) the other day and sliced of 2x2kg (4.4 lb) blocks to be […]

Homemade fresh Mayonnaise

Homemade fresh Mayonnaise

Real or Homemade fresh Mayonnaise is an emulsion of small droplets of Oil each coated in an ultra-fine layer of lecithin (from an egg yolk) and suspended in a liquid that normally doesn’t mix well with oil, like Vinegar. Shelf-life Mayonnaise shouldn’t last for weeks on a shelf without the emulsion breaking down, but if you […]

Ham hock Terrine

SlicedTerrine

What we’re going to do is cook a pair of pig shins low and slow in a flavoursome stock, then pull the meat off the bone to press it with mustard, butter and parsley and the gelatine residual in the hot meat will set the entire thing into a solid brick of deliciousness.

Glucose Metabolism

Dude eat a Snickers

So I have a problem metabolizing glucose and things that easily turn into glucose (carbohydrates).  According to Dr. Joseph Kraft, an American pathologist who has performed over 14,000 insulin assays on patients, almost 85% of the American population share this problem with me in varying degrees although I am at the extreme end of that spectrum. There […]

Eat for Diabetes

foodChoices

When I was first diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes I was sent to a Diabetes educator who gave me a basic explanation of my future life with Diabetes, and some materials to take home to study to learn how to Eat for Diabetes. This disease only progresses The talk about my future was essentially preparing […]

After and Over

September

So you probably know I’ve been writing this blog about curing diabetes and I’ve made a few before and after pics – just to underline my journey.  Before and after I lost over 30 kgs and cured my Type 2 Diabetes – this isn’t going to be that kind of photo comparison. The other day […]

Jambalaya

Jambalaya

It is said that the USA has given the world 3 unique art forms, Jazz, the Comic Book, and Creole food. Creole cuisine from Louisiana combines influence from French, Spanish, West African and Native American traditions into something that is very American – a Melting pot. Jambalaya is a creole version of Paella, basically it’s […]

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