by Bea Garth
Another gluten free, low-histamine dish by Bea Garth
I often make this dish. It is simple, nutritious and tasty! Its great as an after lunch snack when I need a pick me up after work or after dinner.
One fresh apple sliced and then cut up in chunks
*1/2 cup frozen blueberries
Let sit while then
grinding the following in your seed and nut grinder:
2 tablespoons sunflower seeds
2 tablespoons coconut flakes (sugar free, no sorbitol etc.)
and, if tolerated and desired, 2 tablespoons pumpkin seeds or (previously soaked overnight) almonds
Then sprinkle ground seeds etc. onto the apple blueberries in a bowl, and toss.
It should be ready to eat.
*Note: If the frozen blueberries are too cold for you, you can let them sit out a bit longer before you cut your apple. Or just wash them off (i.e., before adding to the apple) in cold water.
For some reason, I tolerate blueberries more than other berries. I discovered they were just fine for me to eat when I visited Wisconsin in August a couple of years ago during the blueberry season. Afterwards however I found that I needed to just eat the frozen blueberries, since the fresh ones often get too moldy when they are transported across borders and are no longer that fresh–which definitely increases their histamine levels. .