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- Lemony Hazelnut, Blueberry Cake
If you love berries and nuts and like cream you can combine them all in the cake recipe and forget all your troubles when you enjoy a slice (or two....). It is going to take some of your time with the preparation but it is all worth it! Serves: 4/5 people Preparation time: 40 minutes Cooking time: 20/25 minutes. Ingredients: 60g hazelnut (white, no skin) 80 unsalted grass fed butter, very soft but not melted 120g flour (I used 60g of gluten-free white flour, 30g of buckwheat flour and 30g of brown rice flour). You can use any flour you like. 1 tsp baking powder 2 large free range eggs - at room temperature 50g honey 50g maple syrup Zest of half large organic lemon. Filling: 150ml double cream or whipping cream. Double cream is more dense and a bit heavier. 1 tbsp blueberry jam 100 gr fresh blueberry Fresh flowers to decorate (optional). Method: Pre-heat the oven to 180C. and grease and flour 2 loose-bottomed sandwich tins or 2 normal round cake tins. Toast your hazelnut in the oven for 5 minutes; once they are changing colour and release their nutty aroma, take them out and leave to cool for a few minutes then whizz them in a food processor into a fine meal. Sift the flours and baking powder into a large bowl and beat in all the other ingredients with an electric hand mixer. Add the eggs one at a time. Do not over mix as you want a light cake. Scrape the mixture into the tins, level the top with the back of a spoon or a palette knife. Bake for 20 minutes until the cakes are golden and try to insert a skewer in the middle and see if it comes out clean. Remove from the oven and leave to cool for 5 minutes then take them out form the tins and place them on a cooling rack. Prepare the cream: light whip the cream until very soft peaks form. Take one spoonful of jam and carefully add it to the cream. Put on cake carefully on your cake plate. spoon over two thirds of the cream and then place the second cake on top. Spread the remaining third of the cream on the top of the second cake then add fresh blueberry over the cream and scatter with those beautiful flowers.... Note: If you use fresh flowers make sure they are pesticides free and suitable for consumption.
- Thai Red Fish Curry
You can enjoy a kick of spice from the curry paste with a freshness from the lime and coriander! Simple to prepare with healthy and awesome ingredients. Serves: 4 Preparation time: 25 minutes Cooking time: 30 minutes. Ingredients: 4 frozen white fish fillets 1tbsp coconut oil 2 garlic cloves grated Fresh ginger - 1 cm peeled and grated 1 pepper - any colour deseeded and finely sliced 450gr broccoli florets 200gr jar red Thai curry paste 125ml vegetable stock pot 400ml tin light coconut milk 240gr long-grain rice 15gr fresh coriander - chopped 40gr roasted peanuts - roughly chopped 1 lime cut into wedges. Preparation: In a large frying pan, heat some oil over a medium heat. Fry the garlic, ginger, pepper for 5/10 minutes until the pepper starts to soften. Add the curry paste and cook for 2 minutes. Add the broccoli and fish, pour over the stock and the coconut milk. Bring to simmer (over medium-high heat). Cover and simmer gently for 15 minutes until the fish is cooked and the broccoli florets are tender. Remove from the heat; flake the fish in the pan and stir through most of the coriander then season. Meanwhile, cook the rice to pack instructions. In 4 different bowls divide the rice and spoon over the fish curry. Scatter with the peanuts and the left coriander and serve with the lime wedges for squeezing over.
- Tempeh with Noodles Stir-Fry
Here's a second, easy recipe to cook tempeh. (Please check the other one on: https://www.tasteandlive.net/post/tempeh-peanut-satay-stir-fry ). This is a bright and colorful stir-fry; the tamarind paste together with the lemon gives this dish a tangy twist. For a gluten free dish you can use rice noodles. Servings: 2/3 - Preparation time: 15 minutes - Cooking time: 20 minutes. Ingredients: 200gr Tempeh 100g kale and/or 100g broccoli and/or 1 1 handfuls of spinach leaves 1 red pepper few spring onions 2 nests noodles 40gr Tamarind Paste 50gr Tamari Sauce Chilli (to taste) 2 garlic cloves 1 organic lemon (zest and juice) Coconut oil Cold water. Method: In a medium bowl mix together Tamarind paste and Tamari sauce (add 1 tbsp of brown sugar - optional). Add the chilli, grate in the garlic and the lemon zest then squeeze in the juice and stir. Chop the tempeh into bite-size chunks, clean the kale and remove the thick cores, clean and wash the spinach and cut the broccoli into small pieces, halve the pepper deseed and slice thinly then cut the spring onions into thin slices, removing the root. Put the oil in a frying pan on medium heat, fry the tempeh for 3-5 minutes until is golden; scoop it out onto a plate. In the same pan, add the, kale and/or broccoli and spinach leaves, pepper and onions a few tbsp on water and fry another 5 to 10 minutes. Cook the noodle in salted boiling water (check the cooking time on the package) and drain them then return the tempeh to the pan together with the veggies and the noodles, and add the tamarind mixture tossing for 2/3 minutes. Divide into 2 serving bowls and serve. Reeeally tasty!
- Monthly Quotes | Taste & Live
Check out some food quotes... The importance of nutrition and healthy food. June 2020 YOU CAN'T LIVE A FULL LIFE ON AN EMPTY STOMACH July 2020 YOU GOTTA NOURISH IN ORDER TO FLOURISH August 2020 I 'M ON A SEAFOOD DIET. I SEE FOOD, I EAT IT September 2020 EAT TO fuel your body not to feed your Emotions "Food is not Rational. Food is Culture, Habit, Craving and Indentity." Jonathan Safran Foer October 2020 November 2020 "One cannot THINK WELL LOVE WELL SLEEP WELL if one has not dined well" Virginia Woolf December 2020 There's nothing better than agood friend, except for a good friend with chocolate! January 2021 "A healthy outside starts from the inside" Robert Urich FEBRUARY 2021 You are what you eat, so don't be fast, cheap, easy, or fake. March 2021 'EVERY TIME YOU EAT IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO NOURISH YOUR BODY'. May 2021 Its not a short-term diet. It's a long-term lifestyle change. Food Matters July 2021 In my food world, there is no fear or guilt, only joy and balance. Ellie Krieger April 2021 Laughter is brightest where food is best. Irish Proverb
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Here is a page with some videos and info which I would like to share with you. I came across some of those doing some research, listening to some webinars or simply by chance. You can find information about food, health, nutrition and 'food for good mood' as we all want to feel and stay good and happy! 😍 🥳 1 - How to manage your mood with food - 8 tips Video from Mind, the mental health charity which is a charity in England and Wales founded in 1946 as National Association for mental Health. www.mind.org.uk 2 - Otto cibi della felicita' Video di Simona Vignali - naturopata. Simona e' un'esperta di naturopatia e nutrizione da 25 anni. www.simonavignali.it 3 - How food you eat affect your gut Dr. Shilpa Ravella is a gastroenterologist with expertise in nutrition and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. www.shilparavella.com 4 - I 7 migliori alimenti per la salute dell'intestino Dottoressa Milena - Farmacista chiede il parere di una professionista della salute, Deborah Pavanello, Naturopata, esperta in alimentazione naturale che ci consiglia 7 alimenti utili per il benessere intestinale. www.detectivesalute.it 5 - 5 Healthy seeds that you should include in your diet Video from The Foodie. The Foodie is the perfect destination for all the food lovers. One place for all the Indian food recipes, Fusion food recipes, food hacks, challenges & more. www.thefoodie.info 6 - Alimentazione: 6 semi da mangiare che.... Video della Farmacia Di Nardo Labrozzi Video per gli appasionati di salute. www.farmaciadinardolabrozzi.it
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