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Recipe of the Month: Celery Root, Parsnip & Apple Soup

It’s winter and that’s always a great time for soups. This simple puréed soup  is delicious and easy to make. With warming spices, grounding root vegetables, and a hint of sweetness from apples, it’s the perfect accompaniment to a fall or winter meal.   Ingredients 4 tablespoons of butter, 1 teaspoon of coriander seeds 1 large sweet onion, diced…

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Nutrition: Super shakes

It happens to all of us that we are rushed in time and maybe need a quick breakfast before the morning commute, or an energy-replenishing lunch you can eat after your workout on your way to meeting. Something that is easy to make and that does not require a lot of prep time and that does not require cutlery,…

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Recipe of the month: Classy chicken

Ingredients: Miso paste 1 Tbsp Coconut Milk ¾ cup Chicken breast diced in small cubes 500 g Red pepper large diced 1 cup Onion large diced 1 cup Garlic Minced 1 tbsp Curry powder 1 tbsp Cumin 1 tsp Peach small diced 1 cup Broccoli florets 1 cup Asparagus small pieces 1 cup Grated gruyere 1 ½ cup Preparation…

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Recipe of the month: HEALTHY GREEK YOGHURT FRUIT TART

This healthy tart is so easy to make. There’s no baking involved and the whole thing comes together in a heartbeat. You can use it as a desert or even a breakfast snack. What do you need for this: 15 Medjool dates, soaked in warm water for about 10 minutes (don’t forget to take the stones out) 300 grams…

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Recipe of the month: Chicken avocado salad

You want the freshness of a salad on a hot day, but you still want to have some proteins  and healthy fats in it to make it a complete meal, then this chicken avocado salad is one of my favorite easy meals to go to for a Sunday lunch or dinner. It takes about 15 minutes to prepare. Here…

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Recipe of the month: Mussels on the barbecue

Summer is coming (hopefully) and barbecue season has started, but instead of throwing your traditional sausage or steak on the barbecue, why not try something different. Ingredients for 1 portion: 50g organic butter, softened 2 garlic cloves, finely sliced 2 shallots, halved and finely sliced 1kg mussels 1 small pack parsley, roughly chopped 125ml white wine 100ml double cream…

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Recipe of the month: Matcha Chia Pudding

First of all what is ‘Matcha’? Originally from Japan, it is a high-grade green tea ground into powdered form. The green tea powder is usually whisked into hot water, instead of steeped, to form a frothy drink. The meditative act of preparing, presenting, and sipping matcha is the backbone of the Japanese tea ceremony. While matcha’s origins are ceremonial,…

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Recipe of the month : Stuffed Zucchini

This zucchini recipe blends together with a number of potent flavors like feta cheese, shitake mushrooms and pecans to create an awesome nutrient packed side dish goes great with fish (I had heilbot and mashed sweet potatoes). In addition to the taste and nutritional goodness, this recipe also looks really cool once plated. Enjoy! Ingredients (serves 1 large or…

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Recipe of the month:Layered breakfast bowl

If you have bit more time than usual and you want to get creative with your breakfast, here is a delicious breakfast idea that you may wanna try to surprise your loved ones. The layered breakfast bowl is full of fibers, contains proteins and has no added sugar. You can make the portions as small or as big as…

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Recipe of the month:Juicy chicken in the oven

  Being a chicken and turkey lover, but avoiding to fry it, I often prepare my meat in the oven. What sometimes happens when you do that, is that it dries out a little, making it a bit chewy to eat. Here is how to avoid this and to make sure you have nice, juice piece of meat on…

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