As I am on an Amazing Journey to health, it is a pleasure to share a few of my very own organic, sugarless options without compromising taste or sweetness. By far, I am likely married to the most flavorful man in the State of Georgia. He is a food connoisseur and absolutely adores flavor!
Being cognizant of his needs, I cannot and will not deny him of this pleasure. It has come at a high price, my time and creativity; thus, I will share my food journey with others facing a similar predicament.
This food must attain the standard of his taste buds and he must instantly forget he is eating anything with the titles “Organic” or “Sugarless.”
But for those on a health journey for whatever reason, we are thrilled to see such terms and will likely pay chilling prices to obtain them–this is for you!
And I hope you enjoy it.
(I am currently on an organic, mainly sugar free- or pure cane sugar- diet due to my fertility needs. I will include tips on how to maintain such a diet and hope to help others reach their health goals, even if they do not all have the same needs.)
Sugar, I have found is not very good for the body. It can cause the following problems:
- Sugar can make “the blood very thick and sticky, inhibiting much of the blood flow into the minute capillaries that supply our gums and teeth with vital nutrients. Therefore, we wind up with diseased gums and starving teeth.”
- Sugar is addictive.
- Sugar can “actually damage…vital organs” in our bodies.
- Diabetes can be “caused by sugar”
- Sugar could also cause “gallstones”
- Sugar consumption can also cause infertility or make it worse because of the effects it has on hormones
- Sugar can cause insulin resistance, yeast infections, PMS, lowered immunity, and vitamin and mineral deficiency.
Now you have more reasons than ever to try this Sugar-free Recipe! No guilt if you so choose to eat sugar, it’s all up to one’s discretion.
- 1 lb. Flank Steak
- 1/4 Cup Arrowroot Flour
- 3 Tsp Grapeseed Oil
- 1/2 Tsp Ginger
- 1 Tbs Minced Garlic
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1/2 Cup Gluten Free Soy Sauce or Bragg's Liquid Aminos
- 1/4 Cup Stevia
- 3/4 Tsp Red Pepper Flakes
- 1 Sliced Onion
- Slice steak crosswise into thin strips. Cover in bowl of corn starch. Remove extra corn starch by shaking or moving through a strainer.
- Heat grapeseed oil in a wok or cast iron pan on medium heat. Add garlic and ginger, stir and fry until lightly softened.
- Mix soy sauce or aminos, water, stevia and pepper to the pan with garlic and ginger.
- Cook sauce for 2-3 minutes and remove from the pan.
- Add more grapeseed oil to the pan. Then add steak and brown on every side.
- Once steak is browned, pour sauce over the steak and cook until it is bubbling, but not burning.
- Add onions to pan. Stir with steak and sauce until tender. Dress with green onions (optional).