Referring back to Tip of the Day #7, I list a bunch of ingredients that fight Cancer. Years ago when I had Cancer I developed my own cereal that I could eat in the morning. It is so hardy, delicious and filling. The only reason why I don't eat anything until after the noon hour is because I am so filled up with my wheatgrass juice and green drink that I'm full all morning. CHEF EDDIE'S HIGH PROTEIN BREAKFAST CEREAL is the ticket for an incredible treat. The grains include Oat Groats (the whole grain), Buckwheat Groats (also the whole grain), Brown Rice and Millet. Because they are all whole grains, they are full of fiber and protein. Per 3 1/2 ounces, Buckwheat has 13.25 grams of protein, Millet 11.02 grams, Brown Rice 7.94 grams, and Oat Groats 16.89 grams of protein. After certain conventional treatments for Cancer, a person can dramatically lose weight and their appetite. Most people can tolerate all of these Gluten Free grains because they don't have spices or ingredients that are difficult to digest. along with some Cinnamon, Blueberries and Shaved Almonds is how I like to eat mine. I use Almond Milk in my cereal which is so easy to make from scratch. Please refer to Tip of the Day #15 on how to make fresh Almond Milk. Enjoy this recipe and even if you do not have Cancer, it's a great recipe that everyone loves. Throw some Monkfruit in the cereal to sweeten things up a bit. By the way, I would only make small amounts at a time because it only lasts for 3-4 days tops.
CHEF EDDIE'S HIGH PROTEIN BREAKFAST CEREAL
1/2 cup whole Oat Groats 1/2 cup whole Buckwheat Groats 1/2 cup Long Grain Brown Rice 1/2 cup Millet Shaved Almonds or Cashew Pieces (optional) Blueberries (optional) Almond Milk Monkfruit Sweetener or Stevia (optional)
1) Cook 1/2 cup whole Oat Groats in 1 cup of water for 20 minutes until firm but soft. Drain under cold water in a strainer to remove excess starch. Cook 1/2 cup of whole Buckwheat Groats in 1 cup water for 20 minutes. Drain under cold water to also remove the excess starch. 2) Cook 1/2 cup Millet for 20 minutes in 1 cup water. Cook 1/2 cup Brown Rice for 45 minutes. Very important to cover all of these grains with a lid while cooking and no peeking. Peeking will cause the cooking process to lose the steam built up in the sauce pan and the grains won't evenly cook. 3) After all grains have been cooked, mix them together in a large bowl. Store in the refrigerator. Enjoy with some slivered or shaved Almonds and Berries with Almond Milk. Sprinkle some Monkfruit sweetener or Stevia on top to give it a sweet taste.