The Christmas spirit is surely here, and if you’re wondering what a mucusless adventurer can eat over the Christmas period then stay tuned.
If it’s your first time experiencing Christmas as a Mucusless adventurer, you can definitely continue to keep those key principles that Arnold Ehret has laid out for us at the forefront of your mind when preparing your meal.
It can be somewhat challenging at these seasonal times as the culture around pus & mucus is even more in your face – television adverts suggestion us to eat this, buy that and run round naked in the snow! Not saying this is good or bad, it just is around more.
Nonetheless if you are looking for some inspiration this year to make you feel right at home, here are a few ideas I have to offer. Depending on where you are at in your transition, will determine what you will be craving.
Here are a few ideas I have to offer
Want to try something different on xmas day, try a vegan-friendly Red or Green Thai curry accompanied with quinoa or cauliflower rice.
If you’re looking for a more traditional Christmas day meal, you could try the New England Boiled Dinner recipe from the cooked section in the book. Dice sweet potato and onions boiled together. Dice carrots & turnips and slow bake in the oven, adding the cabbage towards the end or steamed over the onions and sweet potatoes. When done, mix together and serve with 100 percent grain toast.
For a light and refreshing dish, try Apple and Celery salad. Mix 2 cups cubed apple with lemon juice squeezed over. 1 cup chopped celery. 1/4 cup parsley. 1 handful seedless raisins. 2 tablespoons of fresh oil dressing. Serve on crispy lettuce leaves.
So there you go, a few recipes for you to try out whiles on your transition.
Send in your photos of your Christmas day meals, I would love to see what you make this year 🙂