Maca green smoothie

One of the foods I brought back from Peru was this white-yellowish powder called Maca. Maca is a root native to Peru and Bolivia, it grows in the Andean mountains and is gaining more and more “popularity” as a superfood, also known as “peruvian gingseng”. It is mostly found in powder form, and the average…… Continue reading Maca green smoothie

Master tonic

Master tonic, aka Fire Cider, is a homemade natural remedy for colds and flus. Its ingredients are anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral, making it a great go to when in need of some immunity support for our body. It’s the first time I make this, and I’ve decided to make a bigger batch next time. You…… Continue reading Master tonic

Addictive KALE CHIPS

KALE CHIPS! So good, so healthy, so crunchy, so addictive! These are so simple to make, will maintain crunchiness for several days, and can be done in many ways. You can adjust dressing as you like adding more or less spices, adding some kind of nuts or seeds too. a small diversion…I just came back…… Continue reading Addictive KALE CHIPS

Green Salad for a crowd

Want to make a super speedy healthy tasty salad to bring to friends? try it out! We ate it as an appetizer one time and as a side the next time. Since it is all raw, use fresh ingredients, preferably organic.   •INGREDIENTS• (for 6 as a side) → 1 fennel bulb → rocket (arugula)…… Continue reading Green Salad for a crowd

Goji Berry & Ginger Lemonade

Homemade lemonade…so much better than the supermarket bought one. This recipe is actually from the blog “mynewroots” (link here), which I love and get a lot of inspiration from her. Keeping it simple, here is how you make this really refreshing, summer drink, full of wonderful benefits. • INGREDIENTS • → 1/4 cup (4 Tbls) Goji…… Continue reading Goji Berry & Ginger Lemonade

Carrot soup w/ crunchy Black Chickpeas

I’ve hurt my ankle quite badly a couple of days ago, have been home not able to walk or stand. I’m sure it’s nothing too serious but will go check it out at doctors soon. I started icing it but since yesterday I changed to heat and it is improving. I don’t know if it’s…… Continue reading Carrot soup w/ crunchy Black Chickpeas

Thailand part 2 – Ice Cream making

Thailand adventures continue! It is so great here, I don’t want it to end in two weeks! time is flying by so quickly and I feel like it has only been a couple of days since I got here. The resort is fantastic, the people I’m hanging out with from the course are so nice…… Continue reading Thailand part 2 – Ice Cream making

Soba-noodle soup

Last night I really wanted to have something soupy but still with some consistency…something “asiany” with some miso flavoring…I had recently bought some soba noodles, so why not make a noodle soup with miso and gomasio? When I visited Japan, about 4 years ago, one of the memories that will always come back to me…… Continue reading Soba-noodle soup

Indian simplicity: Chickpea Crepes with Palak

I love Indian food for two main reasons. First of all the use of so many spices, it makes the food taste so good and also adds health benefits. To list a few… ginger, turmeric, cardamom, curry, coriander…that aid as anti-inflammatory, digestion, antioxidant, grastointestinal issues and so on. And second because there are sooo many…… Continue reading Indian simplicity: Chickpea Crepes with Palak