potato can be something I miss sometimes, but sweet potato you can eat entirely raw. and having soaked these fine cut pieces for some days in a sauce of raw olive oil, lemon juice, ground pepper and Himalaya salt they got quite tender as well, without cooking. the greens that add up for loads of the protein come entirely from the forest and the fields around where we use to celebrate midsummer in southern Sweden, young dandelion leaves, sorrel, clover…. chop these greens a bi
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
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