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Miso Bomb - Chickpea Tomato soup

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Miso Bomb - Chickpea Tomato soup

  You can be very creative with miso and it's not only tofu and wakame that can be floating in your miso soup. You can add diced avocado or sprinkle some herbs and spices. You can also include superfoods like chia seeds, goji berries or maca powder in it. The sky is the limit. We are taking miso soup to a completely different level. Making this healthy condiment the base of a diverse and instant soup for all ages and nationalities to enjoy. It has become a little trend to make "Miso-maru' in Japan. It looks like an energy ball...

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Gluten Free Lemon Cookie (Paleo Friendly!)

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Gluten Free Lemon Cookie (Paleo Friendly!)

  Everyone loves snacks! We're going to introduce a recipe for making cookies with gluten-free almond flour. Almond flour is used here, albeit not popularly consumed, due to its nutritional values and ease to use. It has fine and powdery texture and sweet and nutty taste.   On top of that, it is high in protein and fibres; low in carbohydrates and sugars. Hence, it is ideal for those who need to monitor the glycemic index (GI) and weight.   Ingredients   180 g Coconut Butter 1/4 cup Honey or Coconut Nectar 1 Egg (Preferably organic) 16 drops Medicine Flower Vanilla Extract 160 g Almond Flour  1/4...

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Raw Creamy Cauliflower "Rice" Risotto with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

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Raw Creamy Cauliflower "Rice" Risotto with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Our sun-dried tomatoes are easy to store and simultaneously, they reserve the natural sweetness of fresh tomatoes without compromising nutrient contents. Try adding them to your daily recipe!     Suggested Recipe   150 g Cashew Butter 2 tsp. Onion Powder 1 tsp. Garlic Powder 50 g Sundried Tomatoes (Chopped) 550 g Cauliflower 1 tsp Salt For decorating: 1. Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) to drizzle on top2. Red pepper flakes (optional) 3. A bunch of Italian parsley    Instructions 1. Chop the sun-dried tomatoes into small strips and soak them in filtered water for 5-10 minutes. 2. Mix the cashew butter,...

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Soba Salad with Sauerkraut and Miso Sauce

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Soba Salad with Sauerkraut and Miso Sauce

  Sauerkraut is a shredded fresh cabbage that has been fermented by various lactic acid bacteria. It has a natural sour flavour which results from the lactic acid that forms when the bacteria ferments the sugars in the cabbage (no added vinegar!).   Our Japanese Sauerkraut is a spin of our original sauerkraut with added Japanese flavours with white sesame seeds, Kombu (kelp), and fresh shiso leaves.     One Serving Idea - Soba Salad with Sauerkraut and Miso Sauce Ingredients 100 g Soba Noodles (Dry) 100 g Baby Spinach (Washed) 2 Eggs (Sunny-side Up) 4 tbsp. Japanese Sauerkraut    For the...

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Make your own healthy snack using CHICKPEAS!

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Make your own healthy snack using CHICKPEAS!

We want to introduce to you a very healthy food - CHICKPEAS!   Chickpeas, also called garbanzo bean, most commonly look round and beige.They were cultivated originally in Mediterranean and the Middle East, and later on, spread to the world over. Now, they are the featured dishes in Italy, Greek, Spain, India, and more.  Why should you not miss it?   Chickpeas are well-known for their high protein and fibre content. This helps promote satiety and reduce your appetite. High fibre content is also proved essential to losing weight as well as preventing constipation and promoting regularity for a healthy digestive tract. ...

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