Healing Meals Crafted by Nico Dacumos // Free For Real Kitchen

38532477_270290146903811_6383351171804823552_nFree for Real Kitchen is a home for traditional foods and ancestral ways of eating that promote health for body, mind, spirit, community and planet. Diagnosed with lupus and diabetes in his teens, Nico Dacumos has been on a journey of healing for over half of his life. In 2013, he founded a bakery and catering business based on the belief that food is medicine and that our bodies function best when eating the ways our ancestors ate. In modern terminology, this means that the Free for Real menu focuses on ketogenic, paleo, gluten-free, low-glycemic and vegan recipes using organic or sustainably-produced ingredients when possible. Nico hopes to lead through example as a decolonial cook, educating and feeding his friends, family and communities so that they can be happier and healthier as they fight for freedom for our peoples and to defend our Mother Earth.

 

MENU FOR HEALERS MARKET :

Taco de Adobo (Gluten free, Soy free, Chicken or Vegan option)        
Jackfruit or Chicken adobo, stewed in rich and tangy adobo sauce, topped with pickled red onion, Patricia’s cabbage slaw, green onion and cilantro, served on non-GMO corn tortilla

 

Revolution Rice Bowl (Gluten Free, Soy Free, Chicken or Vegan option)
Red, black and brown rice or cauliflower rice with Gingered Yams, Laing (stewed coconut taro greens), Patricia’s purple cabbage slaw, green onion, cilantro and pickled red onion atchara

 

Ube Cupcake with Coconut Cream  (Vegan, Sugar Free, Gluten Free)
Purple yam cupcake topped with coconut cream and toasted coconut    

 

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