Recipes

OAT PORRIDGE FOR BREAKFAST

Preparation: 5 min. | Cooking: 1 hour | Serves: 2 Oatmeal has been a staple cereal grain for many around the world. It makes a warming, satisfying and energetic breakfast which gives you stable energy until lunchtime. Because of its high energy content it is ideal for athletes and is also very rich in protein.…

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CELERIAC AND CARROT KIMPIRA

As you can read in our latest blog entry, celeriac has many properties and I recommend you incorporate it into your diet. It is grown in autumn and winter and helps us make balance with the harsh weather. Enjoy the recipe! PREPARATION: 5 min | COOKING TIME: 20 min | SERVES: 2 | DIFFICULTY: Easy.…

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RICE MORNING PORRIDGE

“If I don’t drink milk, what do I have for breakfast?” This is the key question at my cooking classes. The answer is easy. The best way to give  your body energy in the morning is to have complex carbohydrates and avoid the glycemic index roller coaster. How to avoid the sugar rush? Include the…

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COURGETTE WHITE CREAM WITH TARO AND COCONUT

Now that autumn is coming but summer still holds, here is a somewhat exotic recipe. George Ohsawa and Aveline Kushi already talked about taro, a very popular tropical crop in the French Polynesia and a natural source of iron and calcium. I have used it to achieve a creamier consistency, since it is very starchy.…

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LEEK CREAM WITH FENNEL AND LEMON

Did you know it is good to start your meals with a cream or soup? It tonifies your digestive system. Always remember to add something crispy or that needs chewing. Otherwise, your stomach might assume there isn´t much work ahead and the amount of hydrochloric acid released might not be enough to digest the food later. This leek…

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APPLE CARROT CAKE

Presenting this delicious cake for your guilt-free Sunday evening cravings. It is quite nutritious, with natural sweetness from the apples and the carrots. You won´t have to resort to sugar or other artificial sweeteners that ruin your sense of taste and your pancreas. On the other hand, if you use rice or almond drink or…

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MUM’S “YUMMY” DESSERT

In days of celebration we are sometimes overwhelmed. We feel compelled to get the best out of our culinary skills to impress those we cook for. But do not be fooled. There are many options to make easy and healthy desserts without them being complicated or time-consuming. Here we introduce one of them. I learned…

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OAT-APPLE-ALMOND BISCUITS

Are you lost when it comes to feeding healthy treats to your children? Do you end up giving them unhealthy stuff you grab as you rush down the street? Presenting these very simple cookies! Your children will love them and they are made with whole, organic and totally healthy natural ingredients. There is nothing like feeding the…

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AUTUMN SOUP WITH WHOLE GRAINS, VEGETABLES AND BEANS

Autumn is here and we feel like those warming delicious soups. This soup is perfect to make use of leftovers from the week and prepare something healthy and nutritious when you do not feel like cooking a lot while watching a movie on a Sunday afternoon. INGREDIENTS Cooked chickpeas (to taste) Onion (to taste) Leek…

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Nori condiment

  INGREDIENTS: 2 sheets of nori seaweed 1 tbs. of j.c.m. 1 tsp. from shoyu or tamari 1 tbs. of roasted sesame seeds • 1 tbs. of chopped chives   PREPARATION: Cut the nori leaves with their hands and place them in a small casserole dish. Add a bottom of water and soak 10 minutes.…

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