Ghee Chocolate

Ghee Chocolate

Do you want life to become too easy when it comes to chocolate?

Mine is.

Let me convert you to my ways.

My blisffully deep, chocolate coated and soaked ways.

Your brain and mouth shall be ours and so much chocolate will take you into it that you’ll be licking through the cocoa’s melted bliss for hours. Then you’ll realize you never want to escape, and sink in, and be ours forever.

Chocolate drives me insane.

Okay so ghee chocolate. I was going to make a too easy coconut oil chocolate recipe. I just mix a 1:1 ratio of coconut oil and cocoa powder together and it is all my body wants for hours. I feel so synchoronized with it. My body understands it, and has even mapped it in my brain with a permanent spot. Oh yes. Your body maps the nutrients you give it like connections to life. It’s like when you search for someone in a room and find them. Your brain just has these maps of resources. Where’s Waldo but for food.

My most potent brain map connections are to meat, oils, fats and cocoa powder. To combine oil, or any fat, with cocoa, is just a mind symphony reaching through my brain. It connects. My taste explodes with the flavor it knows, and I’m in bliss.

Ghee chocolate was a spontaneous desire and it was so delicious and looked so beautiful I just had to share it with you. It has a more buttery taste than the coconut oil, but I really enjoy it. The taste is a bit more like browned crispy butter fondling chocolate. I love it. In fact, I’m about to go make some more. I might not even chill it.

Update:

I didn’t. It’s incredible both ways. Try it both soft and hard.

Source : mindliftingmouthgasms

Ghee Chocolate with Milkio Ghee

Prep Time: 45 minutes

Cook Time: 35 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Category: Sweet Dish

Yield: 1

Serving Size: 1

Ghee Chocolate with Milkio Ghee

Ghee chocolate was a spontaneous desire and it was so delicious and looked so beautiful I just had to share it with you. It has a more buttery taste than the coconut oil, but I really enjoy it. The taste is a bit more like browned crispy butter fondling chocolate. I love it. In fact, I’m about to go make some more. I might not even chill it.

Ingredients

  • 1:1 Ratio of Milkio Ghee and Cocoa
  • Use cocoa. To make your own go to cherry forest.
  • This will taste bitter at first, but your mouth and taste buds will adjust through time. Have a bit of it and let it be bitter, then add in a bit of sweetener and decrease each day so you can get closer and closer to cocoa.

Instructions

  1. Mix together and refrigerate to desired consistency. I like mine about thirty minutes in between soft and hard.
  2. You can also use this as a glaze or pour it over ice cream. I just love it straight. It’s as good as a shot of Lagavulin, and I don’t type that lightly.
http://milkio.co.nz/ghee-chocolate/

Fatty Coffee for Ketogenic Diet

Fatty Coffee for Ketogenic Diet

Try This Fatty Coffee for Ketogenic Fat-Fasting with Grass-fed ghee

At this point, you’ve probably heard about Fatty Coffee or Bulletproof Coffee made famous by my buddy Dave Asprey.

But can putting fat in your coffee actually help you drop fat? The answer may surprise you.

Now, some people go overboard by slugging many hundreds of calories of pure fat every day in their coffee and wonder why they’re not dropping fat. In this blog post, though, you’ll learn how to make your coffee the right way to rev your fat-burning engines.

Most days, I enjoy 1-3 cups of coffee in the morning with a tablespoon or so of grass-fed heavy whipping cream per cup. If I’m feeling hungry, I might add a teaspoon of full-fat Grass-fed ghee Keep in mind that my typical daily Fatty Coffee calorie burden accounts for around 100-150 calories – NOT the 500+ calories some people dump into their cuppa joe when they’re going nuts with slugging Bulletproof coffee all day. (All calories are not created equal, but they do count.)

A cup of coffee or tea infused with grass-fed ghee, and even a little grass-fed heavy cream can be a tasty way to get quality fats into your diet… especially if you’re doing a ketogenic or cyclical fast and avoiding carbs and protein in the morning to help normalize insulin and blood sugar.

These days, a lot have you have been asking me, “Can I eat fats while I’m fasting in the morning?!”

Sure! When you add fats to your fasting window, it’s technically a ketogenic fast or “Fat-Fasting.” The short-chain fats and medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) found in grass-fed ghee, coconut oil, and whipping cream are burned readily as brain fuel. Compared to the carb-crash cycle that happens when you eat toast and cereal for breakfast, you might feel alert, satiated, and free from cravings when you focus on getting fats in the morning.

Why would you want fat in the morning instead of carbs? Recent research shows that what you eat in the morning programs your metabolism to run on that fuel for the rest of the day. So if you’re eating cereal, bread, juices, or other carbs in the morning, many people experience carb cravings and elevated (fat-storing) insulin for the rest of the day. But when you focus on fat in the morning, you’re programming your body to BURN fat as its main fuel which can spur fat loss.

HOW TO MAKE FATTY COFFEE THE RIGHT WAY

Since coffee is one of the most sprayed crops on Earth, start with organic coffee to avoid exposure to pesticides. French-pressing coffee is a quick and dirty way to get full extraction from your coffee grounds—or try an AeroPress.

Do yourself a favor and always get the freshest beans you can—most of coffee’s flavors dissipate two weeks after roasting. I love to roast fair-trade, organic, green coffee beans at home on the stove to ensure I always have the best-tasting and freshest coffee possible.

If you can’t roast your own beans, then go for a good quality, freshly-roasted, whole bean coffee to ensure your beans aren’t stale or full of nasty chemicals.

In this video, I’ll walk you through the process I use to make Fatty Coffee, inspired by Dave at Bulletproof. Having a bit of butter and MCT oil in your coffee can be a great way to feed your brain in the morning, but it can be easy to over do it. You don’t need to count calories, but you do need to track what you’re eating and be sensible about what you’re putting in your body throughout the day. There’s a big difference between one or two cups of coffee, and polishing off an entire pot by yourself. Cheers!

Here’s my recipe for Fatty Coffee…

Source : Fatburningman

So rich and creamy—Try this fat-burning Fatty Coffee recipe for yourself.
Prep time  Cook time 5 mins || Total time 11 mins
Author: Abel James
Recipe type: Coffee
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 2 cups hot French-pressed coffee from hand-roasted, fair-trade, organic beans
  • About 1 tablespoon grass-fed whipping cream, butter, or ghee
  • About 1 teaspoon ghee or butter oil, full-fat coconut milk, or coconut oil (optional)
 Instructions
  1. Boil purified water.
  2. Coarsely grind roasted coffee beans.
  3. Add ground coffee to French Press, and pour hot water over the top.
  4. Stir with a wooden spoon.
  5. Steep for 3-5 minutes, then press down on the top of the French Press.
  6. Meanwhile, pour hot water in your mug to warm. Empty hot water from mug, and pour in coffee.
  7. Add any add-ins you’re using like grass-fed cream or butter, MCT oil, coconut oil, and/or spices.
  8. Using a handheld milk frother, skim along the mixture just below the surface. The frother will whip air into the coffee mixture and a nice froth will begin to form on the top. Fully immerse the frother a couple of times just to mix everything up underneath.
  9. Enjoy.
Keto Burgers and Ghee chocolate

Keto Burgers and Ghee chocolate

Here are way you can incorporate ghee into your keto lifestyle:

Keto Burgers

• 1kg mince
• 1 tbsp keto-friendly steak seasoning
• 1 tbsp minced garlic
• 2 tbsp plain mayonnaise (homemade or store bought)
• 1 large yellow onion
• Ghee (at room temperature or slightly lower; enough for about 12 tbsp)
Keto-friendly burger buns (you will most likely need to make these yourself)

1. Combine mince, seasoning, garlic, plain mayo, and mix together.
2. Form into patties.
3. Create little pockets in the patties and fill each with one tablespoon of ghee, then form back into patties.
4. In a regular or cast iron pan, heat up 2 tbsp ghee over medium-low heat.
5. Add onions and let soften for about two minutes. Push the onions to one side of the pan.
6. Add the patties to the pan and cook on medium-low heat for about 20 minutes, making sure they stay flat.
7. When the patties are browned on one side, flip and add 1 tbsp of ghee.
8. Shuffle your onions throughout this process so they remain moist. Once they are cooked to your liking, remove them and set aside.
9. If you prefer, top the burgers with cheese and let melt. When cooked to your liking, assemble burgers with your favourite vegetables and keto-friendly buns, and enjoy.

Ghee Chocolate

Mix ghee and cocoa powder in a 1:1 ratio (example: 1/3 cup ghee and 1/3 cup cocoa powder). Add a keto-friendly sweetener (such as stevia) as desired. If you like, you may add sea salt, lime zest, or cinnamon before placing in the fridge to set.

Some resources/studies:

Yancy, William S. “A Low-Carbohydrate, Ketogenic Diet versus a Low-Fat Diet To Treat Obesity and Hyperlipidemia: A Randomized, Controlled Trial.” Annals of Internal Medicine 140.10 (2004): 769. CrossRef. Web.
Veech, Richard L. “The Therapeutic Implications of Ketone Bodies: The Effects of Ketone Bodies in Pathological Conditions: Ketosis, Ketogenic Diet, Redox States, Insulin Resistance, and Mitochondrial Metabolism.” Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 70.3 (2004): 309–319. www.plefa.com. Web.

Enjoy Falafel with your friends

Enjoy Falafel with your friends

Falafel

Falafel is deep fried veggie balls and it is prepared by using veggies like chickpeas and fava beans. It is an easy to prepare traditional Egyptian as well as Middle Eastern food. Usually it is served in Pita, which works as a pocket type wrapper for the balls. In UAE sometimes Falafel is served with flatbread called as taboon. In Middle East it is also known as Ta’amia. It is one of the most popular side dishes in UAE, which you can easily make in your kitchen.

Ingredients:

  • Mixed beans: 1 x 400 g tin
  • Chickpeas : 1 x 400 g tin
  • Lemon: 1 piece,
  • Harissa: 1 tablespoon,
  • Allspice : 1 heaped teaspoon
  • Plain flour: 1 heaped tablespoon
  • Fresh coriander leaves: 1 bunch
  • Parsley: 1 bunch
  • Cumin powder: 3-4 tablespoon
  • Milkio’s Ghee

For the sides

  • 2 mixed-Color peppers
  • Onions: 4 spring
  • Whole-wheat tortillas: 8 small
  • Lingham’s chilli sauce : 1 tablespoon
  • low-fat cottage cheese: 250g
  • Pickled red cabbage- optional.

Cooking Method

  • Soak the chickpeas and beans in two separate bowls with plenty of normal water. Leave them overnight in water. Drain and spread them on to a clean tea towel to dry in morning.
  • Place all the beans and half of the chickpeas into a food processor and keep on whizzing until the mix gets smooth: however take care of the load of your processor.
  • Now you can add parsley, coriander leaves, salt, hot pepper, garlic, cumin, and spring onions and whiz again, until all ingredients get well combined.
  • Finally, add the remaining chickpeas, fresh herbs, and pulse until thy get completely chopped and well combined, but not totally mashed – the mixture need to be clumpy with chickpeas.
  • Dash in the baking powder and 4 tablespoons of flour and pulse. Add sufficient bulgur or flour so that the dough can be formed in small balls and doesn’t stick to hands.
  • Put all the falafel balls into a bowl and place in a refrigerator, covered, for 3-4 hours.
  • Heat 5cm Milkio’s Ghee in a deep pan at 170C/350F temperature, then fry the falafel balls in batches and drain on kitchen paper.
  • You can make a side dip with all ingredients mixed and blended in mixer.
  • Serve Falafel balls with tahini sauce (Tahini is an oily paste made from ground sesame seeds. It is widely available in UAE grocery markets.), grilled flatbreads, and plenty of salad.

You may garnish falafel in authentic Israeli style also: use these condiments: Harissa hot sauce, pickled turnip, and sauerkraut.

Now enjoy Falafel with your friends, family, and Milkio’s pure ghee nutrition!