Sneak energy: how to make it in the kitchen
Sneak energy is a recipe for cooking with the energy of the sun and the health of the gut.
It’s a food that could be part of the new diet you’re trying to make or the energy you want to eat for the day.
There are no shortcuts in cooking with it, but here’s how to cook it. 1.
Get a food processor.
A food processor will allow you to process food quickly and easily.
Add the ingredients.
Add all the ingredients in a bowl.
The water should add about 5% of the total cooking time, so use this as a guide.
Place the bowl of the food processor on a medium heat and pulse until the ingredients are all mixed together.
Add salt and pepper.
Add a little water if needed.
Make sure it’s melted and it’s at room temperature.
Add olive oil and stir.
Stir until all the flour is dissolved.
Add some more water if necessary.
Add vinegar and stir again.
Add sugar and mix well.
Add eggs and whisk well.
Add milk and stir to combine.
Add lemon juice and stir well.
This recipe can be used for a number of things.
It can be cooked in a food mixer, as a base, or for a quick dessert.
Add more salt if you want more of a peppery taste.
Add garlic powder, paprika, and turmeric to your liking.
Add dried fruit to taste.
Add spinach, or spinach juice, or other greens to taste to taste if you’d like.
Serve the whole thing with a side of roasted nuts and a lemon wedge or two.
I think I would like this recipe more if I had a food-processor, but if you’re not an expert you can add some more ingredients to make the dish taste more natural.
You could add spinach, some parsley, and/or lemon juice if you have one, and maybe a little butter if you don’t.
If you’re really hungry and you’re looking for something that’s easy to make, then try making it in a slow cooker.