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Recipe: Buckwheat, Sauerkraut, Fresh Dill, Avocado Bruschetta

Angelo Castiglione - Sunday, October 14, 2012

Recipe: Buckwheat, Sauerkraut, Fresh Dill, Avocado  "Bruschetta"


Traditional Italians will consider this recipe as blasphemy including Sauerkraut and Bruschetta in the same sentence! But who cares!:-)

ps. The proper pronunciation of Bruschetta is like this: "brus-ketta". Type in Bruschetta into Google Translate and you can hear it said correctly or follow this link: 

http://translate.google.com.au/?hl=en&q=recipes&psj=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.&bpcl=35243188&biw=1024&bih=537&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wT#it/en/bruschetta

Ingredients: ALL Certified Organic

2-3 Slices of Buckwheat Bread

2 Tsp Red Cabbage Sauerkraut

3 Stems of and leaves of Fresh Dill

1 Tsp Avocado for each slice of Bread

Pinch of Hymalayan Rock Salt

3 tsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Method

Toast Buckwheat bread: I freeze my Buckwheat bread as soon as I get it back from the store as it's made with no synthetic preservatives (like convetional "long-life bread"=POISON) so it doesn't last very long at room temperature and just a little longer in fridge. Freezing is by far the best option for these unprocessed breads. Every toaster is different of course, but I put the bread in the toaster on defrost at number 2. Then I put the heat down to number 1 and it goes in again. Then finally, I turn the bread over on opposite ends and put in through again on 1-0.5 level of heat. I do this til its firm as buckwheat bread is brittle coming straight from the pack not frozen.

While the you're perfecting the texture of your delicious crisp Buckwheat bread, combine all the remaining ingredients, excluding the advocado in a small bowl and mix with a teaspoon. Adjust salt, spices or herbs to taste.

Once bread is at the right texture (which for me is slightly crisp around the edges but NOT burnt) then either spread the advocado onto the bread first or slice it, whichever you prefer.

Spoon the mixture over the advocado and either eat with your hands like traditional Bruschetta or with knife and fork. Be ready to hear your taste buds sing! ;-)

Serves 1

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Comment below what you think and also when you've tried it.

Remember, the food we eat EVERYDAY becomes us literally and replaces EVERY cell in your body; lungs, heart, liver, blood, bone marrow...EVERYTHING! So for fundamental good health invest in the best certified organic food you can and if that means going without the cigs, Prada handbag, Jimmy Choo shoes, visit to the TAB or casino, or the ridicoulous car repayment which you can't afford...then bloody well do it! Your health is more important than material possessions and prevention is ALWAYS so much more powerful than cure :-)

Angelo

ps. please comment below and let me know what you think of it :-)


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Last Posted: 14-Oct-2012 | Total Posts: 1