I N G R E D I E N T S
Greens - Kale, Silverbeet, Cabbage (red)
Bone Broth or Stock
Coconut or Activated Almond Milk
Onion, Garlic, and Ginger - finely chopped and sautéed in ghee or butter
Mixed Greens - at the moment I have kale and silverbeet in my garden so about two handfuls per person, finely chopped. Toss into the frypan with the onion mix. In this mix I have also added some red cabbage, finely chopped, for added nutrition/fibre and colour.
Beef or Chicken Bone Broth or stock - approximately a 1/4 of a cup. Pour into the frypan.
Eggs - crack eggs on top of the mix and pop on a lid.
When the eggs are cooked, carefully ladle onto a plate. Add some beautiful salt, I use Himalayan Rock Salt, and a grinding of pepper if you like it.
Coffee - Freshly ground organic coffee beans in an espresso with coconut milk!
(The nutrition guru, Damian Kristof, says to wait two hours before having coffee as it can mess with the efficient digestion of food (I rarely manage this))