hej :))) sorry not to entertain you with a lot of new recipes these days.
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still waiting for the greens to sprout outside I created tonight’s desert
from our “breakfast waste”. (we had chia porridge and smoothie) fruit crème with mascarpone topping – without mascarpone ;) for you that ate up all your breakfast today, this is the recipe from scratch: makes 4 midsize glasses fruit creme:
4 tbsp chia seeds 2 tbsp blueberries
2 dl nutmylk, I took almond here (preferably self made ;) ) mascarpone topping:
4 tbsp almond pulp (if you
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
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
hej again, on all my groups I see requests for christmas recipes... well, I still think: don't be so traditional, forget about christmas food and dig into all the wonderful spices India has to offer, it all reminds you of christmas....ginger, cinnamon, cardamom....and get creative! nevertheless, I will share two of my swedish favourites as this is requested and a nice and quick way around the fishy part of the swedish "julbord" ;) simple senapssill – ”mustard herring” 1 small
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
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
as promised the topic “fermented” continues, however not with food – but with a great healthdrink: kombucha! a tangy drink rich with probiotics and beneficial acids, also known as a detoxifier. at home we drink it because it tastes great! and remember who states this…
(a Bavaria born beer enthusiast!)
it’s dead simple to make kombucha, all you need is tea, sugar, a scoby and some weeks waiting time….
(a SCOBY is a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast which ferment the su
having been joining some very important festivities in Germany we came back with lots of inspiration, but also a dear need to cleanse and revitalize our bodies ;) so what better than fermented foods and drinks?
you know that kale can be called a superfood as it's so nutritious, and hej, it's season right now!
so today you will get a sauerkraut recipe and next time the one for kombucha (you did not think I was drinking beer here?!!) sauerkraut is both easy to make, cheap and
Not trying to tease you but, being on an inspirational trip in my previous home town Berlin I could not help but be amazed over how popular the – originally Peruvian - dish “ceviche” has become even here. A perfect dish if you want to combine raw with uncooked fish or want to find a somewhat more raw dish on an otherwise not so raw menu. Ceviche is a raw seafood dish from the coastal regions of the Americas. The dish is typically made from fresh raw fish or seafood cured in c