I ate really late last night, so I just went throughout my fridge and took out what was relatively quick to make, but was hardy and nutritious enough to keep me full through the night. I had no idea what the final dish would look like, so sorry for the lack of pictures in this post. It shouldn’t be too bad though, since it’s very easy to cook all of the sides in this meal. Not much instruction needed.
3 pastured eggs (Cooked sunny side-up in ghee, raw butter, coconut oil, or olive oil)
1 head of broccoli (Boiled then mix in any type of fat you’d like, along with sea salt, garlic powder, and red pepper flakes. I’m not 100% sure if these spices are GAPS legal, so omit them if not. Spices don’t bother me, so that’s why I use them.)
a few tablespoons of sauerkraut (you could use any other type of fermented vegetable, if wanted)
Place all the sides in a bowl, and enjoy! 🙂
This might not seem like the most tastiest combination of foods, but they are all GAPS-legal, and the broccoli with the egg tastes pretty darn good together. This is still a nutritious breakfast if you’re not on the GAPS diet, since it provides a healthy source of protein, vegetables (fiber), along with fermented veggies to heal your gut or just to keep it sealed and healthy.