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Ann Inspired Vege Mash (for big or small people, GAPS & Paleo, densely nutritious)



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Basic Vege Mash

  • 100 grams mixed vege, I made a big batch with 500g
  • 10 grams butter, per 100g vege (so I used 50g)
  • 50 grams home made stock, per 100g vege (so I used 250g)


  • Choose from the listed supplements what you want to add
  • 1-3 raw egg yolks, per serve
  • 1 tablespoon extra fat or coconut oil, per serve
  • 1 tablespoon fermented food, per serve, eg pickled vegetable juice, kvass or kefir
  • 1 handfull greens, per serve eg baby spinach
  • 1 teaspoon grass fed beef gelatine, per serve

Recipe's preparation

    Basic Mash
  1. Choose as selection of healthy vegetables. I would suggest more sweet yellow vege the first time you make this (like pumpkin, carrot, zucchini, a little broccoli, other squash). 

  2. Chop your veggies roughly and place in your Thermomix bowl. Add the butter and stock. 

  3. Cook for 25 mins./Varoma/Speed 2

  4. Puree for 20 seconds slowly increasing to speed 10 then reducing slowly. Should take about 30 seconds. 

  5. If you are adding egg yolks or fermented food, add to the bowl and stir in as yolks are easily digested if raw and the fermented food gets killed at high temps. If you are nervous about raw yolks then add to the bowl and cook for 2 mins./90°C/speed 2. If you are adding greens simply puree them with once the rest of the vege is cooked. Adding gelatine or extra fat at the same time. 


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About 100g of vege makes one serve. I like to make around 500g so I have some for a few days or for our dinner.  This vege mash is densely nutritious, especially if you add all the supplements. Especially for the GAPS diet where you need to get as much stock into you and your toddlers as possible.  

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