RICK’S QUICK FIX 25G POWER SLAMMER
- 5 level tsp. Dakota Flax Gold (DFG)
- favorite coffee mug
- juice — Ruby Red Grapefruit, Orange, Cranberry, Tomato, etc.
Put 5 level tsp. In the grinder and grind about 8-10 seconds.
While holding grinder in your hands and firmly holding the lid on, I quickly turn the grinder up-side down, then I release the button which stops the blades from spinning and propels the ground flax in to the removable lid. The stainless steel bowl on the grinder remains clean. I then pour the ground DFG into the cup, add favorite juice (Ruby Red) until the cup is 3/4 full. Stir with a fork about 45 seconds until flax is in suspension. Drink it down before the juice stops spinning in the cup. Pour extra juice into the empty cup, and swirl it around and drink it down. Do this in the morning and in the evening.
HOT TOASTED ROASTED DFG
- 4 level tsp. DFG
- 1 pat butter
- 2 coral corning breakfast bowls
- 1 microwave
Take 1 corning bowl and place 1 pat of butter in the center. Add 4 tsp. DFG un-ground in the bowl. Place the other bowl over the top as a lid. Place in microwave 4.5 minutes if oven is 600W. If flax seed burns, or turns black, use a lower timer setting, example 3.5 minutes. Use a hand towel when removing the bowls from the oven, be careful as the heat of the glass dishes will burn you. You may pour the roasted flax over green beans, cottage cheese, salads, fruits, meats, fish, or even ice cream. It is absolutely delicious!
- 10 level tsp. DFG
- pancake mix
- 2 tbsp. Vanilla
Grind 1/4 cup (10tsp) DFG and add to Bisquick mix following recipe on the box. Also, blend in vanilla, and follow the instructions on box. They turn into a beautiful brown, color.
Combine together all dry ingredients into a large bowl. Heat honey, oil, and water until well blended. Add liquid to dry ingredients and mix well until all dry ingredients are moistened. Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees F for 3/4 hour. Stir every 15 minutes so mixture will be toasted evenly. You may like to add raisins when used as a breakfast cereal or when added to a recipe.