I'm Not Dead Yet!

Mary Maycock's War on Cancer


the Mainstay of the Diet

I make this every week. It has all the ingredients I think I need, to help me. This is a basic recipie. I vary it using whatever vegetables I have in the fridge. It's never quite the same twice!

I eat it with a spoonful of flax seed - as a sauce, or straight out of the pot!

Sauce Base
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Enough to be ½ cm deep in the bottom of medium saucepan
  • Turmeric - ½ small pot (couple of tablespoons)
  • Ground Black Pepper - less than1 teaspoon
  • Organic tomato puree - 1 large jar or 2 tubes
  • Rosemary/sage/thyme/parsley chopped
  • Boiled water approx 10 tablespoons
SLOP vegetables
  • 4 small red onions – chopped into large pieces
  • 1 garlic bulb – peeled and chopped (use less cloves to taste- a lot is strong)
  • 4 small raw organic beetroot – peeled and chopped into large pieces
  • 4 stalks organic celery chopped into large pieces
  • ½ organic red cabbage chopped into large pieces
  • 1 handful organic kale or spinach chopped into large pieces
  • 5 cm wide strip Sushi Nori in 1cm pieces
  • Ginger - a piece approx the size of your thumb peeled and chopped

Add all of the sauce ingredients (apart from the water) into a frying pan or medium saucepan and warm gently. There will be a subtle change in colour, the ingredients take on a glazed look and should not be allowed to burn.
Next, add boiling water and bring the sauce to a gentle boil.
Add all of the vegetable ingredients apart from the kale/spinach, and cook gently for approx 2 minutes. Add more boiled water as needed to achieve a nice 'sloppy' consistency
Remove from the heat and stir in the kale/spinach.
Put into glass jars and store in a fridge. This mixture will keep in the fridge for a few days.
This "Slop" is served well on dry plain ryvitas, with fresh fish, or just on its own.

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Disclaimer: THIS WEBSITE DOES NOT GIVE ADVICE. It is intended solely to provide information to those who are interested in what I am doing. I do not use this diet instead of medical treatment, but rather to compliment it. Any changes in diet and lifestyle should be made with the help and advice of dieticians and doctors, ensuring that everything a body needs is included, and that none of the ingredients could have an adverse effect on present medications and treatments.