How to Make “Jonny Chow”

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  • How to make a great, GM breakfast
  • New ingredients for "Jonny Chow"
  • Why everyone who tastes it gets hooked!

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10 comments on “How to Make “Jonny Chow”
  1. norrisjmelissa@gmail.com says:

    Hi Louise, Yes , coconut water is available in Australia. Ask your supermarket to get it in. Try health food store and asian food store. Also they have recipes on youtube. Cheers

  2. Louise Bardy says:

    I am wondering does coconut water is available in Australia? If so any idea where to purchase it from i tried my local supermarket with no success.

  3. J Repath says:

    Hi Lori, I'm with you on the Xylitol. Plus, it's very expensive. I can't always access Jon's wisdom, so I've also been working with a local nutritionist who was reccommended to me. She's picked up on a lot of stuff no-one else had. She only reccommends Agave juice.

  4. Lori Rizzuto says:

    I love this way of making the Jonney Chow, and thanks for the written ingrediants as I was wondering too what the protein powder was.
    I'm wondering what is the view on raw agave for a bit of a sweetener instead of xylitol? I feel xylitol is a highly processed sweetener as well as stevia can be, although i do use pure stevia sometimes. I would be interested on your thoughts about raw agave? thanks.

  5. Jacqueline Johnson says:

    I would love a written copy of the recipe as some of the ingredient names I couldn't catch from the video.

    • Paula Lynn says:

      A GREAT BREAKFAST MIX
      Here is a list of ingredients:
      Protein Powder (Garden of Life RAW Protein is Gluten free, and Vegan/Vegetarian)
      Omega 3 Seeds (Hemp, Chia, or freshly ground Flax)
      Berries (Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, etc.)
      Raw nuts (Almonds, Pepitas, Pinon, Sunflower, etc.)
      Coconut Water