One cup of homemade mayonnaise (recipe for this is in this thread, but I also included it at the bottom of this recipe)
A few drops of liquid stevia to taste
2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
One half teaspoon of dry mustard
One forth teaspoon of celery seed
Sea (or pink) salt and pepper to taste
5 cups finely shredded cabbage (I used the kind in a bag)
In a medium sized bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients except for the cabbage.
I like the cabbage in my coleslaw to be finely chopped, so I put it through the food processor and pulse it with the steel blade until it gets pretty fine.
Mix the dressing in with the cabbage, and…voila! You have a very tasty coleslaw to enjoy!
For some really unexplainable reason, this fine chopped coleslaw is delicious spread on top of a sizzling hot hamburger patty.
Oh yes…almost forgot…here’s the homemade mayonnaise recipe again…
Put the following ingredients into a wide mouth pint sized fruit jar:
One scant cup of coconut oil (Not the kind that’s hard...use the kind that stays liquid)
A splash or two of olive oil
One organic egg
Two teaspoons lemon juice (the original recipe calls for just one...but I found two was better)
One half teaspoon of mustard powder
One fourth teaspoon of salt or to taste
Mix all well right in the jar using a hand held immersion blender. It is magic!
If you don’t have a wide mouth fruit jar (I didn’t), then use another tall deep container that you can get the immersion blender head into.
If you don’t have a hand held immersion blender, just throw all of this in a regular blender.
If you don’t have a regular blender...then you might try this with a mixer. Not sure...but it would probably work if you beat it for a while.
The whole recipe for the chia seed pudding only has five net carbs...so you could eat the whole thing at one sitting and not break the carb bank! Thanks for asking though...when you did I realized I hadn't put the net carbs on the recipe.
As far as the water on the seeds...what you do is just put the six tablespoons of chia seeds in a cup and then cover them with boiling water. They're very absorbent. They'll soak up all the water and kind of turn to clumps. Just pour the whole clump mixture in your blender.
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