Nurturer Raw Muesli

Ingredients
• 3 cups oats (steel cut, whole rolled etc – organic if you can)
• 3 cups chia seeds (white or black)
• 3 cups spelt/buckwheat puffs (found in IGA, Source bulk foods, health food shops)
• 1 cup sesame seeds
• 1 cup sunflower seeds
• 1 cup flax seeds (linseeds)
• 1 cup pepitas (pumpkin seeds)
• 1 cup Goji berries
• 1 cup psyllium husks
• 1 cup linseed meal (you can make this yourself with flaxseeds in a powerful blender/thermomix)
• ½ cup slippery elm bark powder (available at health food stores/Nurturer)
This amazing Raw Muesli has the ability to slow down digestion for those having a quick transit (IBS, nervous stools) and speed up for sluggish transit (constipation, hard to pass, hemorrhoids etc).
1
Combine All ingredients and store as a dry mix in the fridge in a container or in zip lock bags. Store in pantry if fridge space is limited but make ½ batch. (linseed meal goes rancid quickly)

2
As needed - Soak 1 cup of dry mix with 500ml filtered water/oat milk/coconut water in the fridge overnight. I recommend to just soak with filtered water, as this adds to daily water intake and also has no calories.

3
Optional (at soaking stage) 2 Tablespoons Raw Cacao (extra antioxidants) OR 2 Tablespoons Maca (for hormone support) OR 2 Tablespoons beetroot powder (for a taste sensation)

Extra Flavours/super foods

Add these in at the soaking stage so you can make different flavours.

If wanting just the one flavour for the whole batch – add in ½ to 1 cup into dry mix.

Please note –

The Psyllium, slippery elm and chia soak up a lot of liquid. When you add liquid to the mix, let it sit for ½ an hour, stir after resting – add more liquid if needed.

It needs to be a sloppy consistency

If you don’t soak adequately –  the water needed by the psyllium etc will be drawn to your bowel and will cause constipation.

Serve with
• Stewed prunes
• Stewed fruit
• Coconut yogurt
• Fresh/frozen Berries
• Chopped apple, pear, banana
• Activated nuts
• Cacao nibs

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