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“Fried” Rice

This dish is for those of you avoiding starches (there is actually NO rice in it).

Coconut oil              2 tbsp

Cauliflower, raw      3 cups or 1 medium

Eggs                         1

Water                       1 tbsp

Broth                        1/2 cup

Green onion            1/2 cup

Carrots, grated        1/2 cup

Garlic, minced          2 cloves, or 2 tsps

Ginger, grated          1 tbsp

Braggs or Soy Sauce 2 tsp

Sesame oil                 1 tsp


Shred cauliflower in food processor or grater.

Beat egg and water together.

Heat the coconut oil and cook cauliflower until light brown, about 5 minutes. Add broth and simmer, covered, 5 minutes.

Add onion, carrot, garlic and ginger and cook another 5 minutes. stirring constantly.

Stir in the soy seasoning and sesame oil. Push mixture to outer edge of skillet. Pour egg/water mix into centre, Cook for 2 minutes, then mix with “rice” mixture.

1 veg, 2 fat per serving (1/4)

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  • Broccoli has been repeatedly shown to be one of nature’s most valuable health-promoting foods, capable of preventing a number of health issues, including but not limited to hypertension, allergies, diabetes, osteoarthritis and cancer
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