A few years ago, I start hearing about organic gardening and start reading about it. What’s all the fuss about organic produce? When you see it stacked and misted on in the produce section, it all looks about the same. Organic gardening, once seen as something practiced only by health nuts and hippies, is no… Continue reading Organic, organic, organic
Beautiful day with a smoothie filled with energy. Ingredients: – 1 banana – 1 cup blackberries – 100 ml rice milk Directions: Place all the ingredients in the blender and process until smooth. Enjoy!
The sunflower is one of my favorite flowers, and its plentiful seeds are packed with health benefits that can help you from head to toe. They’re easily available all year round, and just a scant handful of them can mean dramatic improvement in the way you feel. Sweet, nutty sunflower seeds are an excellent source… Continue reading Sunflower seeds
I think you are tired of so many smoothie recipes, but, I am thinking about your health and energy so I have another one. We have in our garden blackberries. This is their time so we use them as much as we can fresh,organic and full with aroma. Ingredients: - 1 cup blackberries - 1… Continue reading Blackberry smoothie
Fresh organic wild strawberries from my garden. The wild strawberry originates from the whole of the Northern Hemisphere, excluding the tropical regions. The strawberry derives its name from the habit of placing straw under the plants to protect the strawberries. Wild strawberries are a common native plant found growing in open fields, woodlands and even… Continue reading Wild strawberries
Pomegranates have been cherished for their exquisite beauty, flavor, color, and health benefits for centuries. The fruit was used in many ways as it is today and was featured in Egyptian mythology and art, praised in the Old Testament of the Bible and in the Babylonian Talmud, and it was carried by desert caravans… Continue reading Pomegranate
For a late dinner or an easy lunch here is a easy recipe which I love. Don't worry about calories, it's really healthy and of course, easy to made. Ingredients: 1 can of kidney beans, rinsed well 1 onion , thinly sliced 4 tablespoons olive oil 4 tablespoons lemon juice salt pepper 2 cloves garlic, crushed… Continue reading Kidney bean salad
Because I am still at low meat or no meat diet, after Christmas, I will give you an adapted recipe for broccoli and cheese soup. This soup, creamy and cheesy is classic comfort food with a lot of flavor. Vegetables are steamed so the recipe is the healthiest you can get. The recipe calls for… Continue reading Broccoli and cheese soup