These vegetable sushis will surprise you. Despite how healthy sea vegetables are … there are those who struggle with their taste and smell. Children may be scared away by strong tastes. Making sushi rolls is a fun way to incorporate the much-needed vegetables into our daily menus, especially for the younger ones at home. Try…

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mijo con mochi

Enjoy this simple but tasty and very healthy recipe. Millet boots digestion and mochi is recommended for weakness and to regain strength and energy. It also stimulates milk secretion in nursing mothers, increasing both its nutritional quality and its quantity. You can buy dry ready-make mochi or you can make your own mochi, as I…

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CREMA TRIGO SARRACENO Y AMARANTO

If I don’t drink milk, what shall I have for breakfast? This is something I keep being asked about in all my cooking classes and workshops. And my answer is always the same: we need complex carbohydrates to obtain stable energy and prevent our sugar levels go wild. The old cereal grain porridge cooked on…

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patatas fritas

  These “crisps” are ideal to add crunchy texture to soups, creams, spreads, etc. And they are gluten-free too! You will need to: 120 gr. brown rice. 50 gr. millet. 3 c.p. unrefined sea salt. 225 ml water. The first thing you have to do is soak the grains well (4-5 hours or overnight). This…

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YIELDS: 15 truffles (aprox.) | DIFFICULTY: Easy | TIME: 40 min. INGREDIENTS ORGANIC BROWN RICE 100 GR. 1 CINNAMON STICK 4 DATES 1 STAR ANISE ALMOND OR RICE DRINK 150 ML. 1 TSP. GROUND CARDAMOM UNREFINED SEA SALT (TO TASTE) SHREDDED COCONUT 100 GR. ALMOND FLOUR 100 GR. GRATED COCONUT FOR COATING PREPARATION 1. Rinse the…

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PORRIDGE DE AVENA

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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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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“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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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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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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