well, after having eaten my last semla, partied a bit on the weekend and having started a new week I thought it was time to fast a bit myself.... that was 10 days ago...I really got myself into a very strikt fast, laying in bed with 40 degrees of fever, screaming headaches and a big fat cough.... so waht happened? against better knowledge I tried to "ripp off" my juice fast. from 0-100.
never do so!!! your body can almost get shocked and if some virus is already lingering ar
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
a quick snack for a warm day, goes even as a lunch. the whole family dug in. you need: 3 dl peanuts, ideally raw or dried on low temperature, dry roasted goes fine but is of course not raw. one tomato, finely chopped 1-2 chives, finely chopped one handful chopped cilantro juice of one lime your own masala mixture of green cardamom pods, ground cinnamon, ground cloves, ground ginger, and ground black peppercorn put all ingredients together in your favorite bowl, toss and enjoy
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
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
A “favorit i reprise” as the Swedes say, this became the favorite of the past week, certainly the right time of the year for the first cozy evenings at home :) and what else than a pizza does the deal? I have been asked a lot of times these past days and finally wrapped my head around the exact recipe, BUT I really encourage you to take your own twists and turns an get a bit inventive on this one. I appreciate this recipe because you can use “what you got”, both for the crust
after some begging I will share this recipe which was my last creation for the Sama Yoga Teachers Gathering 2014 in Boastad. and GREAT thanks to all participants for making this week of creating food for you an unforgettable experience! for a ca. 20 x 25 cm form you need the following: (for a whole cake you double the recipe) chocolate bottom: 2 dl almonds 2 dl cashew nuts 1 dl walnuts 1,5 dl raw cacao powder 1 dl kokos flakes 1 tsk vanilla powder grated skin of one orange so
hold your horses! today I will be sharing 5 wonderful recipes. fresher, simpler and tastier than you can dream of! on our trip trough the Alps we passed by my dear friend Katja Falkenburger, designer and raw foody, near Bodensee. she has been “experimenting” with organic gardening for 1 ½ years and turned an old horse meadow into a blooming garden. the result is amazing, it felt like strolling through paradise, I can’t share all the pictures we took, but Katja manages to gro