and the berry season keeps going :) now it’s wild lingonberry time :) we are out and about picking these wonderful superberries that are sparkling on the mossy ground, bursting full of organic acids, vitamin C, vitamin A, B vitamins and the elements potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus for 4 cups you need: 2 hand full of frozen lingonberries (all other berries go well) 2 sliced and frozen bananas 2 tbsp of honey combine all ingredients in a blender or food processo
finally recovered from all illnesses, sicknesses and coughs, thanks to all juicing :) it’s time for a naughty cake recipe again, what do you think? minty-green?!?
having forced our neighbor to invite me for dinner I promised to bring the desert
(being afraid that we would be without otherwise ;) ). as I thought about a topic, after-dinner-mint seemed reasonable, so there we had the taste, and of course mint is green, right? so as an homage to the building we are sharing I c
finally, finally we got our new batch of blueberry juice freshly from the woods of northern Sweden :) (ok, they were frozen by now) so our daughters favorite breakfast dish is back on the menu! (psst, have a look on our product page…maybe we got some juice left) trying to avoid milk products this is a real alternative to yoghurt, supporting you with even more nutrients and NO artificial sugar! loves your your stomach in the morning with the probiotics and you even get your go
good morning Småland! after a night with a sleepless daughter the coffee cravings really kicked in =:o some more friendly version of caffeine, milk and sugar was badly needed…. thanks to our wonderful friends in Tokyo I got new supplies of matcha tea (finely milled exclusive green tea powder) just this Monday, so here is what I did: 1 full teaspoon of matcha tea powder 2 soft pitted dates 2 dl of any milk, cold or warm (nutmilk, oatmilk etc.) mixed in our high speed blender
fresh into the new year, stuff yourself and your family with greens! here comes one of my favorite family dinners, meaning it takes almost no time to prepare, there is something in it for everyone and you get to chose your own ingredients, use what your pantry has to offer. and it’s a lot of fun to eat….go get your hands dirty! you need : lots of different stuff to make it fun :) nori sheets, cut in ca. 4cm stripes greens cut in mm thick sticks (eg. cucumber, avocado, carrot,
want to make sure you got the right taste on your lips morphing from 14 into 15? let sweet memories pass by and welcome a sweet future to come :) being another homage to India -the country that gave us energy, light and love in the past weeks- this New Years desert ranges from orange to white and green. Inspired by a ladoo recipe (Indian sweet treat) this was created with what our little holiday home had to offer. for the dough: grated peel of 2 lemons juice of 1 lemon ground
yapp, it’s about masala again, traditional Indian spice mixes that just go with anything and spice up your life. chili, coriander, ginger, cinnamon, turmeric, pepper are common ingredients and I suggest you decide yourself which of the ingredients you like, which best go with your stomach or diet and also how much you want to use, just be creative. for a bowl of coleslaw that serves at least 2 as a main dish you need: 1 crushed clove of garlic 1 tsp turmeric powder ½ tsp cinn
if ever in Kerala/India you ought to pay the Juice Shack on North Cliff/ Varkala a visit...and maybe stay for some time to buy into their juice fast offer. pictured an overview and inspiration of what the respective juices do for good for you. #applejuice #beets #blog #breakfast #lemon #raw #juicefast #recipes #redbeet #refreshingjuice #simple #smoothie
scraping the barrel before going on a trip and having to take care of summers remaining apples I very quickly threw together a tart today. you could not say it was raw if you didn’t know it… for the crust you need: 6 dl nut or seed flower of your liking
(eg put almonds, sunflower seeds, coconut shreds etc. in your high speed blender and mix until they have a flower like consistency, this way you can adapt to any allergies and even avoid nuts.) ½ dl psyllium husk for more flu
what to do with all the roots and beets that pop up everywhere?
now the season really started and they are so juicy!
make sure you got some red beets with it for ”the real look”. serves four as a precourse or two as main course together with some crackers and a nice spread 6 mixed root vegetables (for example carrots, red beets, parsnips...just no potatoes!)
1 teaspoon grated ginger
1 teaspoon finely grated lemon peel
juice of one lemon
some freshly ground pepper