Wintery Jerusalem artichoke, chestnuts stew

Wintery Jerusalem artichoke, chestnuts stew

Let’s talk helianthus tuberosus, commonly known asĀ Jerusalem fartichoke šŸ˜‰ because it’s so good for your gut health (recipe below).Jerusalem artichokeĀ hasĀ nothing to do with Jerusalem and is not anĀ artichoke (the taste is similar to the artichoke hearts)....
Hawthorn, the love berry

Hawthorn, the love berry

If you go for a walk in nature pick some hawthorn berries, itā€™s everywhere now. Recipes ideas are below.  The hawthorn tree is from the rose family, itā€™s a fantastic heart tonic, high in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, reduced blood pressure, slow heart...

FOOD PRAYER

Change your relationship with food by making it a ceremony If we slow down and bring reverence, attention and love to the food our relationship with food will change. We will experience less lust and more more…try it. Hereā€™s a deeply touching food prayer from...

GOMACIO- JAPANESE SESAME SALT

ā€¢ 100 g brown sesame seeds ā€¢ 1 tsp sea or mountain salt ā€¢ 2 tsp Dulse Flakes, and kelp (optional) Roast the sesame seeds in a pan over medium heat until golden brown and fragrant. Stir frequently to prevent from burning, the sesame Leave to cool. If you choose to use...
MILLET ALMOND PORRIDGE

MILLET ALMOND PORRIDGE

Sustainable foods are essential to promote these days; millet is one of them! It grows quite quickly, and need only half the amount of water used for wheat and rice (4,000 litres are needed to produce ONE kilo of rice, mad right?!). It’s a seed (not a grain!),...