Being the Trichologist Brisbane for Absolique Hair Health Clinic, practising what I preach is something I do to help understand how it can be problematic to make dietary changes when you are also preparing family meals. The set goal is to support you and help you to see options for healthier meals whilst upholding family meal needs along with making it more nutritious and evading the inflammatory and indigestible glutens found in many grains and wheat.
My favourite go to replacement for rice, wheat and grains is good old fashioned cauliflower. It delivers delicious but also nutritious meals that may not even be noticed by the biggest critics in the family, as it is very tasty when prepared correctly. Personally, I use cauliflower rice as a base for many of my curry dishes, but this couscous recipe is my all-time favourite and I hope you will love it too.
Recipe with Absolique Hair Health Clinic Trichologist Brisbane – Spiced Cauliflower ‘Couscous’:
- Cut into florets, 1 cauliflower
- Coconut oil 2 tbs
- Chopped, 3 spring onions
- Crushed, 1 garlic clove
- Ground turmeric 2 tsp
- Ground coriander 2 tsp
- Zest finely grated and juiced, 1 lemon
- Chopped almonds, 1/2 cup
- Leaves picked, 1/3 bunch mint
First thing to do is place the cauliflower into a food processor, pulse in short bursts until finely chopped and set to the side. Place frypan, casserole or medium sized saucepan on a medium heat, add oil. Once heated add garlic, spring onion, spices and cook for 1-minute stirring until fragrant. Add the cauliflower that you set to the side and cook for 3 minutes, stirring until just soft and season with salt and pepper. Take off the heat and relocate to a bowl to cool for 10 minutes then add lemon zest, lemon juice and top with mint and almonds.
Try other ingredients in this recipe and make sure the cauliflower is rinsed and completely dry before placing it in the food processor. Try and use organic ingredient wherever you can. Cauliflower rice, couscous and zucchini spaghetti can help you convert any recipe to replicate harmful gluten whilst maintaining traditional meals. Supplements and nutrition through food plays a massive role in hair loss treatments results as the hair grows from the inside out. Even if you are not diagnosed as gluten intolerant or celiac, avoiding gluten reduces inflammation and malabsorption in every human.
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