I suggest you start by cutting out wheat and increasing your vegetable and fruit intake. If you have a blender or juicer replace one of your regular meals with a liquid meal. You will be surprised about the difference this little change makes for your well-being. It is a matter of getting used to the changes and realizing how many options there really are.
Put into the food processor:
Spoon drop 7 or 8 equal amounts of dough onto a coconut oil well-greased flat Pyrex dish. Round with your fingers into equal biscuit sized pieces and flatten with fingers, so that final scone is about ? to an inch thick.
Bake at 350 degrees 20 minutes until nicely browned.
You may want to eat them with nut butter such as almond butter or hazelnut butter. If you eat dairy you can add a slice of ?real? cheese (available at health food stores).
The cookbook gives classic, contemporary and folk baking recipes that use alternative ingredients to wheat flour, cow?s milk, butter, chicken eggs and cane sugar. The way the book is set-up, you can customize the recipes to your own needs.
Details specific to each type of flour and other ingredients are provided. Some of the recipes included are: crepes, pancakes, waffles, cookies, various cakes etc.
Hopefully the book is still in print.
Green blessings from the white north,