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Oatmeal that is cooked for 15 minutes is more nutritious and tastier than regular quick-cooked cashews. The quick-preparation cashews do not contain useful bran, and are not an adequate substitute for genuine oatmeal. That is why very soon after eating such a fast-cooked meal, hunger occurs.
Quick porridge: Put 50 grams of oatmeal, 20 grams of walnuts, half a banana or sliced apple (no baskets) and some berries in a jar. Pour over apple juice, yogurt or kefyr. Add a tablespoon of peanut butter. Place the pieces of black chocolate on top. Keep the jar closed and refrigerate overnight. You will have a healthy energy breakfast in the morning. Note: Peanut butter is a high-calorie food (100 grams = about 600 kCal). Maximum use one tablespoon before noon (in the morning).
Quick buckwheat porridge: Boil 150 grams of buckwheat in water. Pour the buckwheat slowly and mix with a wooden spoon. Cook until thick. This kind of porridge goes well with fresh vegetable salad, cheese and boiled egg.
Homemade peanut butter: Wash and dry 500 grams of raw peanut on a clean cloth. Arrange it on the pan in a thin layer. Place for 5 minutes in an oven preheated to 180 degrees C. Grind the cooled peanuts in a blender or meat grinder. Bring salt, a tablespoon of sunflower oil and a spoonful of honey. Grind the mixture once more. Use for salads, appetizers and in addition to porridge for breakfast. Use this butter sparingly for the potential for allergies, arthrosis, acne, digestive diseases and varicose veins.
Soak the buckwheat grains in a pan with plain water. Hold for an hour or two. Strain. Put the mixture in a container with an airtight lid. Then refrigerated. Green buckwheat contains the amino acids necessary for the human body to strengthen, gain immunity and empower. You can add dates without a basket to this preparation (put them first in the fridge to soften because they are then easily cut and peeled – if you don’t like the crust of the date). Decaffeinated beverage with dates and green buckwheat: Mix 70 grams of date palm with 100 grams of sesame seeds. Whisk in a blender. Add 100 grams of sprouted green buckwheat kernels and half a tablespoon of chicory powder (contains pectin to reduce hunger). Add 400 ml of plain water. You are given a beverage that will refresh you in the morning and provide a haunting satiety for upcoming activities throughout the day.