a shake of cinnamon powder
6 ounces of fine French Champagne (I recommend Dom Perignon)
Other Flax Oil and Quark Recipes
Variety Breakfast – to the FOQ Cream, blend in bananas, lemon/orange juice (2 to 1), coconut, carob powder, or your favorite fresh fruit juice.
FOQ salad – To the FOQ Cream stir in shredded carrot, shredded cucumber, chopped tomatoes, and herbs.
Green Goddess FOQ Salad Dressing – into the FOQ Cream blend minced cucumbers, spinach, parsley, and dill.
Linseed Butter – simmer a mashed garlic clove and quartered medium onion dill clear (not brown) in 8 oz coconut oil, discard onion and garlic, let oil cool, stir into 100 grams (about a cup and a half) frozen linseed oil, blend thoroughly, and put in freezer to harden. Makes a nutritious butter spread.
How to Fight Cancer with FOQ
In addition to Johanna Budwigs books on the subject (see the preceding topic Why Yogurt and Quark Are Good to Eat), read about how flax oil and cottage cheese defeat cancer in the book How to Fight Cancer and Win by cancer survivor Dr William L. Fischer, Fischer Publishing Corporation, Canfield, OH 44406, ISBN 0-915421-07-0. This is an excellent book about what cancer is, how it is encouraged by the wrong dietary fats, and both traditional and alternative treatments. It was first published in 1987, so that edition does not mention some of the more recent discoveries.
About the Author
Bob Hurt is a retired 35-year veteran of the computer industry who spends most of his discretionary time researching and writing about health, technology, politics, and religion. He lives with his lovely wife Maria in Clearwater, Florida. Occasionally he picks up his guitar to strum a few country or classical licks, or runs off with Maria on a foreign adventure. He is not a cancer victim. You can write to him through his web site: http://bobhurt.com.
Bob Hurt, Author
Making Quark Isn’t Rocket Science
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