Healthy, Easy: Try Eggs

eggsYour best eggs are free range and organic.  Buy these if your budget allows.
Store eggs in your refrigerator, especially if you live in a hot climate, or in a cool pantry.
If the egg shells are soiled, (which may be the case if they are free range), you should rinse them, but only just before use.  Rinsing the eggs will help avoid cross contamination of bacteria when you break open the egg.

If you suffer with symptoms of irritable bowel, your healing process will need to include a habit of eating easy to digest foods.

If you can tolerate eggs, try this healthy, easy to cook, spinach omelette:
6 eggs
1 tablespoon water
30 grams English spinach
Salt & pepper
Coconut oil, ghee or olive oil to baste your non-stick frying pan

Wash and pat dry the spinach.  Chop roughly and set aside.

Break the eggs into a bowl, add the water and whisk well, add salt and pepper to taste.  You will find that whisking the eggs by hand is sufficient to get them well beaten.
Warm the pan, and add enough oil just to cover the bottom. If you are using a non-stick pan use minimal amount of oil.
Keeping the heat low, add the beaten eggs to the pan.  As the base of the egg mixture sets, gently lift and tilt the base and let the runny top flow to the underneath. Do this until you see that all the liquid is cooked.
Gently place the spinach on one half of the omelette.  With a spatula, lift the half of the omelette without the spinach and fold this over the spinach side.
Cook for another minute and then place your omelette onto a serving plate.

Serve with a WIYF (What’s in Your Fridge) salad!
Spinach_Omelette

Simply enjoy!

Simply Paleo Rescue

 


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