Breakfast equals Break Fast

Upon awakening, the body has likely been without food for up to 12 hours. Hence the term Break Fast. Gently reintroduce food to your body with a light but healthy breakfast. A bowl of miso soup (including shredded cabbage, parsley, spring onion, tofu and seaweed) is a good option. Alternately, start your day with a small bowl of fresh fruit topped with a quarter cup of home made museli and a couple of tablespoons of plain unsweetened yogurt.

Muesli Recipe

5 cups whole oats
4 cups quick oats
2 cups natural bran
½ cup ground linseed
¾ cup wheat germ
1 cup sunflower seeds
1 cup coconut flakes
½ cup sliced almonds
½ cup quinoa flakes
¼ cup black chia seeds
1 cup nuts (brazil, walnuts, almonds, cashews)
1 ½ cups raisons.

Mix well. (makes enough for a couple of weeks)

MUSELI Serving suggestions:

Fruit n yogurt -½ cup chopped fresh fruit, ¼ cup Jo’s Museli, 2-3 tablespoons plain unsweetened yogurt.
Cold cereal – pour ½ cup fruit juice, fresh vegetable juice, unsweetened almond milk, soy milk or oat milk over ½ cup Jo’s Museli. Top with sliced banana or berries.
Hot cereal – pour ½ cup hot water over ½ cup Jo’s Museli. Top with sliced banana, chopped fresh fruit or berries. You can also try it with hot unsweetened almond milk, soy milk or oat milk.
Vegie boost -½ cup chopped fresh fruit, ¼ cup Jo’s Museli, ¼ cup fresh vegetable juice, 1 tablespoon plain unsweetened yogurt.