Sweet, soft and very satisfying. With no added sugar those yummy no bake bites are the perfect treat without the guilt!
Packed with fiber, protein, Magnesium, Calcium and vitamins A & E they are good enough to even eat for breakfast! (Can’t even tell you what a popular mum this made me in my household! Ha Ha! )
In our house my 8 year old son Leon is in charge of making those. (He also takes great control over eating them!) It makes me so happy to see my boy getting involved in the kitchen, really enjoying the process, building confidence and consciousness about his food. Self- satisfaction and sense of achievement is the building block of confidence. Continue reading “Carrot and Oat No Bake Bites”
What is your relationship with this earthy veg? Do you love it or do you hate it?
I am definitely a fan and literally can eat beets in any form! Beetroot are high nutritional, an excellent source of folic acid, manganese, potassium and vitamins from the B group. This super veg protect us from heart diseases, helps liver functions and busts immune system so it’s definitely worth give them a chance! Continue reading “Vegan Beetroot Risotto”
I remember watching a short You Tube video about an American family of 5 who were talking about their eco-friendly and zero waste living. I was astonished looking at their small jar of plastic waste, well it was an admiration followed by filling of guilt! Why am I producing so much waste comparing to them? What am I doing wrong? How can you live “normally” and manage to be so focused to minimise you waste to practically 0? Am I too ignorant and irresponsible? Continue reading “How to live sustainable life and stay sane?”
This is one of my favourite side dishes or a light lunch option. Really easy and quick to make, light and super delicious.
Not only colourful and visually pleasing but also very healthy! Vitamin A in carrots helps our vision, sweetness of apple provides vitamin C and B and sharp walnuts are high in antioxidants and full of heart-healthy fats. Continue reading “Carrot and Apple Slaw”
The human population is growing and with it a demand for food. It’s not difficult to understand that there are limitations as to the ways we use the land and how much land we are able to exploit without causing significant and unrecoverable damaging impact on the words’ climate, affecting us all. The sad fact is that the current structure is far from sustainable. I have recently watched fascinating documentary “Kiss the ground” that brilliantly explains the damaging effect of current agriculture methods. Yes, the issue is with the METHODS that are being used. Single crop fields, overuse of pesticides, damage to the soil with invasive machinery to name a few. I have also been surprised to discover the important relation of livestock with fertility of a farmed land for its regeneration. Cattle has been getting really bad reputation recently due to high CO2 emissions. The issue however is not with the animals, but with the volume and the way they are being farmed. Continue reading “Whole plant diet – sustainable or not?”
Quick, very simple, delicious! This rustic loaf is crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside…Just heaven!
I will provide your with this basic recipe here but your can add your favorite seeds or experiment with different flour. The key to success with this bread is a dutch oven. Any heavy, cast iron pot will work well. Continue reading “Dutch oven bread”
I never really considered minimalism for myself as I imagined this is a concept for people that are willing to give up all their modern commodities, for people willing to live with just few things, for people that are happy to live… hippie type of life. I felt as a family based in a city we will never be able to keep the principles of minimalism and I somehow felt this would be dishonest and against this movement principles. As a mum I already feel like a police women and I really was not prepared to add pressure with more “don’ts”. Continue reading “Steps to minimalism – do you define your success by what you owe?”