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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Crewton Ramone In The Kitchen: Veggie Superfood Sandwich.

In whcih we answer the question, "what do you feed those boys of yours?"
Oh look! More pics of food. Here is a short video showing the making of a simple sandwich with Dave's Killer Bread, sprouts, raw zucchini slices, sliced tomatoes, chia, cracked hempseed, a little brewer's yeast, a little butter and some 5 onion a little home made fresh soft cheese made from whole raw milk. Put it together so the seeds don't fall off and stuff it in your face.

All the stuff you see here went into the next sandwich.
Healthy food = healthy brain function, so you can do math.   You can eat the ingredients one at a time or combine them to make delicious sandwich. I like to toast the bread just a bit but you don't have to. If you are a strict vegan it should be pretty obvious which ingredients to leave off. I am neither a vegetarian or a vegan but most of my calories come from fruits and vegetables, seeds and grains. The bread is made with 21 whole grains. Almost all of the ingredients are considered super foods, the sprouts, and chia and hempseed are super foods you may or may not have heard of, but do a quick search with the term zucchini super food. I was surprised to find out it was considered a "super food" too...despite their creamy interior color zucchini are one of the best sources of carotenoids and other vitamins, making them a nutritional powerhouse." Read more here.  "High blood levels of carotenoids, including lutein, are associated with decreased risk of a number of different cancers including cervical, kidney and colorectal. Lutein in particular is associated with reduced colorectal cancer and may be protective.

Zucchini is also an excellent source of manganese, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin B6 and riboflavin.

Interestingly, many of the beneficial antioxidants found in zucchini are more readily absorbed in the body when the vegetable has been cooked." Add lightly cooked zucchini slices on this sandwich sprinkled with Spike; it would be REALLY good, but I didn't want to spend the time.  Sometimes fast and easy is better, but if you have the time you might try it.

Chia is considered one of the ULTIMATE super foods. If you are not familiar with it do some reading. Same with hempseed. Chia is a complete protein which means it contains all the amino acids essential to us humans. It's low glycemic index is great, and that means it has a negligible effect on insulin levels, it’s also hydrophilic, it absorbs 10 times its weight in water–a low-calorie food that is filling because of its volume. It’s rich in B vitamins, iron, calcium, zinc, fiber antioxidants and the anti-inflammatory flavonoid quercetin. Read up on all the studies done on quercetin.

I put that shot in because it sort of shows the tomatoes stuck in the spread. I have little boys and sandwiches tend to fall apart on the way from the plate to their mouths, so I stick them together using the ingredients as natural glue. Also, I have seen so many people sprinkle chia seeds or what have you on the sprouts...and then they fall out of the sandwich...

 I could have sliced the tomato better but it worked. I bet you can do better.

 Here is a shot of the sprouts and spread...the spread is made locally with fresh ingredients and no preservatives...5 different kinds of real onions. Real Sour Cream, real cream cheese.

I know the family that grows the sprouts...they are not certified organic but I've been to the farm; they don't use chemicals (no pesticides or herbicides) getting certified costs too much I guess. It's a Maui farm and the owners understand the concept of healthy food.

Anyhow here is a quick vid showing how to make it:

If you do a quick search on each of the ingredients you will see that this simple sandwich is a nutritional bonanza....and it's also super tasty! Healthy food should taste GOOD. Nothing worse than having to choke down food that is supposed to be good for you but tastes terrible. This sandwich is kid sons are not particularly fond of watercress but if you stick it in this sandwich they eat it no problem. I would have, but the store I went to was out.

A lot of behavioral problems can be solved with simple nutrition. Thinking burns calories and in order to keep a healthy brain proper nutrition is essential. FEED YOUR HEAD. The benefits to the rest of your body should be obvious. You'll also be surprised how filling this sandwich is...drink a lot of healthy fluids with it or just plain water. I make a tea out of Yerba Mate, honey, molasses, a dash of ionic trace minerals and some powdered l-glutamine...but that's another vid and post...

Also you could search "Crewton Ramone in the kitchen" I have a couple of other videos  as you may have surmised because this is #3. I'll make more as time goes by...

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  1. Amen and amen! Healthy food should definitely be DELICIOUS.

    Also, I just love that you're using butter and cheese. It's common and easy to take the vegetable thing too far, forgetting that those saturated fats make the veggie vitamins way more usable by the body. And your brain needs good protein to make neurotransmitters, too.

  2. So just for fun I took some sliced zucchini and saturated it in coconut oil and sprinkled some shredded organic three cheese taco mix on them and basically did the same thing but no avo and no 5 cheese spread...extra sprouts and tomatoes and chia etc...melted cheese always a winner also sprinkled a little turmeric and spike...