The flax oil quark cheese breakfast from Dr. Budwig

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Dr. Budwig flax oil, quark cheese

I have mentioned before Dr. Budwigs Flax Oil and quark cheese that we eat almost daily for breakfast. Now I thought I should share the recipe. Dr. Budwig worked all her life to develop the oil-protein diet and to make it possible for cancer patients and those near them to receive scientific information which supports the natural healing process and is applicable to them. You can read about it in her book Flax Oil As a True Aid Against Arthritis Heart Infarction Cancer and Other Diseases. Now thank God we do not have arthritis, heart infarction, or cancer but honestly if there is something to prevent those and other diseases, I am in!  And if the prevention is as tasty as the flax oil and quark cheese breakfast then I am willing to have it every day. It is a very satisfying, feel good meal. I’m including a video that I would recommend you to watch, it explains everything better than I could.

What you will need

Immersion Hand Blender. Our Blender has a chopper/grinder attachment that works great.
Coffee Grinder for grinding flax seeds
Measuring tablespoon

Ingredients

breakfast Dr. Budwig

6 tablespoons (100-125 gr) low-fat quark or cottage cheese (or goat’s milk quark or sheep’s milk quark or cottage cheese). Dr Budwig was German, so her original recipe is with quark. Americans usually use cottage cheese. However, since most conventional cottage cheese has tons of additives, it is recommended to make homemade quark (read here how to make quark).

Flax oil, quark cheese

3 tablespoons flax seed oil. Good quality flax seed oil is not bitter. Buy only from stores that store it in a refrigerator.

The flax oil, quark cheese Dr. Budwig

3 tablespoons milk (as needed to make a creamy mixture).

Honey to sweeten

Fruits, berries, nuts, cinnamon, vanilla (the real stuff!), orange juice, etc.

breakfast from Dr. Budwig

Instruction

With an Immersion Hand Blender or chopper/grinder attachment mix the quark with oil until it becomes a homogenous product, add milk as needed. The oil and the protein in quark has to combine, this is very important!

Grind the flax seeds, it is recommended to do this fresh every time, and ad to the mixture.

Now add any of the fruits, berries, nuts, cinnamon, vanilla, orange juice, etc., sweeten with honey, mix well, and serve with a cup of hot herbal tea.

The flax oil, quark cheese breakfast from Dr. Budwig

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The flax oil quark cheese breakfast from Dr. Budwig
 
Dr. Budwig worked all her life to develop the oil-protein diet and to make it possible for cancer patients and those near them to receive scientific information which supports the natural healing process and is applicable to them.
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 6 tablespoons (100-125 gr) low-fat quark or cottage cheese (or goat’s milk quark or sheep’s milk quark or cottage cheese). Dr Budwig was German, so her original recipe is with quark. Americans usually use cottage cheese. However, since most conventional cottage cheese has tons of additives, it is recommended to make homemade quark (www.northernhomestead.com how to make quark).
  • 3 tablespoons flax seed oil. Good quality flax seed oil is not bitter. Buy only from stores that store it in a refrigerator.
  • 3 tablespoons milk (as needed to make a creamy mixture).
  • Honey to sweeten
  • Fruits, berries, nuts, cinnamon, vanilla (the real stuff!), orange juice, etc.
Instructions
  1. With an Immersion Hand Blender or chopper/grinder attachment mix the quark with oil until it becomes a homogenous product, add milk as needed. The oil and the protein in quark has to combine, this is very important!
  2. Grind the flax seeds, it is recommended to do this fresh every time, and ad to the mixture.
  3. Now add any of the fruits, berries, nuts, cinnamon, vanilla, orange juice, etc., sweeten with honey, mix well, and serve with a cup of hot herbal tea.

 

Comments

  1. Christina @ Juggling Real Food and Real Life says

    Hi there. Hopping over from Let’s Get Real. My father eats a similar breakfast each morning. He uses cottage cheese. He makes a smoothie out of it. I’m sharing your recipe with him. Maybe he would like to change things up a bit! It looks really good. No wonder you eat it most mornings.

  2. says

    Stopping by from Sew Crafty Angel blog hop. This is a wonderful and informative post. I’ve heard of this before but forgot about it. Thank you so much. I am now following you on Twitter and subscribing to your blog.

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