Monday, November 19, 2012

Week 6 Unprocessed

A collection of my meals & kitchen experiments from week 6 unprocessed..... well, mostly unprocessed to be totally honest! Did you read my confession??

Just over halfway through now and just 4 weeks til I end this challenge. So I'm going to aim for a completely unprocessed week again coming up!

Soaked oats with strawberries and my nut-seed milo

Bulgar pilaf - recipe from the FOK cookbook.

Berry green smoothie

 Banana cake made from recipe in FOK cookbook

Sometimes we just need a big full plate to fill us up! This is water fried potato slices, with okara burgers (I added tofu too), polenta Crumbed Mushrooms and steamed veggies.

Oats with blueberry 'yogurt'.

Steamed zucchini with home-made tomato sauce, herbs and nutritional yeast.

Mashed potato with adzuki beans & mushroom gravy.

Oats with banana and 'cherry and cocoa yogurt'. Hmmmmm, not as nice as I thought, will stick to my blueberry yogurt I think!

Spelt spaghetti, mushrooms, capsicum & onion with home-made tomato sauce.

On the weekend I attempted home-made bread for the first time! Currant and cinnamon loaf. Was soooooooo delicious! I love the smell of fresh bread filling the home as it bakes!

Please ignor my awkward kneading face :-S

Leaving the dough to rise.

Seriously - is there anything as good as fresh crusty bread?!?

To advent or not to advent is the question??
You see, technically my unprocessed challenge doesn't end til 16th December.....

What would you do?


  1. Yay! You can do it :)
    I would buy an advent calendar with beautiful images like I used to have as a child... or you could open them on the days and save them until you're finished?
    Or (and this is the last one because I'm supposed to be keeping you healthy) you could enjoy one tiny chocolate treat a day and make good food choices for the rest of the day.
    Your choice! x

    1. hehehee! I think I'll let my daughter have them until I'm finished and then there won't be any sharing ;-)

  2. Everything here looks fantastic - and sums up your blog title perfectly :) Yummy indeed.

  3. Wow!!! So much delicious food!!! The Bulgar pilaf looks awesome!

    1. Thanks - I was surprised at how tasty it was. I have had bulgar in other recipes and not enjoyed it so much!