Folk medicines / grandmas secret treasures

In the early 2014., when i first received my routine checkup medical results and faced the thyroid cancer diagnosis that came pretty much out of the blue, I instantly refused to be scheduled for surgery (the doctor already started signing me up to be on the operating table within a week lol), but i promised…

RICH MAN POOR MAN PLATE

  Less is more. And sometimes the day is just too beautiful, the sun is too bright and the waves are just too perfect to be spending all that time in your kitchen, Totally opposite of how we roll on the rainy days, when the kitchen becomes our sanctuary and ideas, inspiration and yumminess simply…

Gluten free Super Mama Breakfast

Ready to rock? Not yet? Well, after this one, you’ll be! This blend will supply you with huge amount of nutrients, vitamin c, power and stamina to make this a day to remember! 3/4 cup quinoa flakes 1,5 cups coconut milk 1-2 teaspoons of coconut nectar 1 teaspoon maca powder 1 teaspoon baobab powder 1…

Roll it up! Sushi Farout

I would love to begin this one with an apology to all Japanese people who are for sure great sushi masters and originators of this wonderful dish, and i meant no harm when i embarked on this sushi making experiment. The result was satisfying however, and you are free to try it yourself. Once again,…

Vancouver’s sharenik

  Ĺ arenik, lezibaba, zelenik.. there are many folk names and expressions that are being used for this dish which originates from the balkan’s, region in more or less, southwestern Europe. Lezibaba more or less, can be translated as “Lie down, grandma”, might sound funny, but it describes the simplicity of it’s preparation pretty accurately, since…

SMOOTHIES: EARTHY – Grounding superfood delight!

Simple, fast and super grounding and earthy tasteFULL energy source to get you moving into your day with a smile bright as thousand suns! Or, simply put, high in energy, rich in taste, yummy and so good for your tummy!

Black rabbit pasta

Dressing: coconut oil (teaspoon) garlic carrots (2-3) himalayan salt turmeric ground pepper basil oat/coconut/rice cooking cream Add a teaspoon of coconut oil onto a ceramic pan placed on medium fire. Once it’s hot, throw in few cloves of garlic in and stir few times, after half minute, minute, add really really tiny diced carrot pieces…

Black pasta dressed in colors

1medium size onion few cloves of garlic diced tomatoes and tomato sauce/juice coconut milk pinch of salt pine nuts, peanuts and /or sunflower seeds (peeled, non-salted) french green beans, cooked celery sticks, chopped half of pear, or one small pear chopped into small dices Place the ceramic pan on medium fire, add teaspoon of coconut…

S as simple, S as salad!

Spring time, sun and warmer weather are here (well, they should be anytime now ), and cooking meals everyday is becoming a bit tiring, so making simple yet tasty and colorful salads is a great solution if u r feeling a bit lazy these days and just want to spend more time out in the…

Spread it! / Dip it! It’s a whommus thing!

Lentils dip / spread Definitely one of my favorite things to prepare, super simple, budget-wise, effort-wise and time-wise.. U can use whichever color of lentils you have or prefer. You are a rebel. You are free to make your own choices. Lentils don’t require soaking, but if u want to, u can still do it…