This is actually a great recipe for grain-free Swedish pancakes. They aren’t as strong as a wrap made with grain but they get the job done and taste fantastic while they are at it. I also like to use 1/2 this recipe and make a stack of pancakes which you can then cut into thick or thin egg noodles and add to a chicken soup. Alternatively, add them into chicken stock for a very easy on the digestion, nourishing meal (my grandma used to make this). When adding into a soup, add at the last minute and only heat a couple minutes before serving.
Grain Free Wraps / Egg Noodles / Swedish Pancakes
March 30th, 2012 | Basics, GAPS/SCD, Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Low Carb, Recipes, egg, egg noodle, lunch, soup, Swedish pancakes, wrap
Sour Radish Soup
June 17th, 2011
I've finally put some time into sorting out most of my recipes on flickr, for any of you who haven't been to my flickr page please check it out. It is quite a project, but will help me get organized for the recipe book. As a result, I just realized I haven't posted this favorite, incredibly delic ...
Miso Soup For Radiation
March 17th, 2011
I recently posted about the benefits of miso soup in cases of radiation poisoning. Miso soup is easy to make and is extra beneficial when made with the Japanese stock dashi because of the kelp (kombu) that is used when making that stock. More information on how to detoxify radiation poisoning and ot ...
March 13th, 2011
The most important part of this recipe is to source some good bones, in fact the bones and the water are the only ingredients that are absolutely essential in this recipe. The more jointy the bones are the better - what we want is the connective tissues, like the ligaments and cartilage so knuckle b ...
Carrot and Ginger Soup
June 28th, 2010
This soup is a staple in our diet. We have it at least once a week generally! Usually I make bone broth a couple times a week and as soon as the stock is ready I make up this carrot soup. It has gone through quite a few variations over time. The spices and types of meat that go into it can easily be ...
MOB 101 – Bone Broth
June 29th, 2009
Ruthie and Mikko demonstrate a quick and easy method for making a nourishing bone broth which is a globally renowned foundation of nutritional and preventative medicine and eating for vitality. Recipe here. Although beef bones are used here, the same method can be used for other bones. Chicke ...
Grandma’s Rose Hip Soup
June 1st, 2009
Mormor's Nypon Soppa This dish is a favorite in Sweden and contains high amounts of vitamin C. Rose hips also contain many other health enhancing properties. This recipe comes down to me from my mother's mother (Mormor) who was Swedish. I have altered it slightly for the GAPS or SCD diets. ...
Stone Soup Slideshow 09
May 13th, 2009
The Stone Soup Festival, Commercial Drive, May 2009. ...
March 8th, 2009
Burmese Chicken Noodle Soup Chicken Kaukswe is one of the most famous of Myanmar's wonderful breakfasts, Mohingha is the most famous and is made with fish and banana trunks. Breakfast is a very special time in Myanmar, there are so many tasty things to choose from, but you have to get up early ...
August 4th, 2007
3 c dried prunes 1 c pearl barley 1 c raisins 2 sticks cinnamon brown sugar cornstarch or arrowroot 1 t cut lemon peel 1 ½ T lemon juice Method: Cover prunes with cold water and let stand overnight. Wash pearl barley, cover with cold water and stand overnight. Add raisins to ...