I used to hate eating veggies when I was a kid! Apart from carrots and bean sprouts, everything else tasted so horrible that my mother had to chop them up real fine and mix it with other dishes like porridge or eggs before I would consume it. These days I probably eat more veggies than … Continue reading Autoimmune Healing Diet: Part 2 – A Green Foundation
My latest homemade sauerkraut batch made from red cabbage - ready in 9 days! Ingredients Cabbage (preferably organic)Salt (sea salt or pink salt has more minerals!)Filtered waterHerbs or spices to your liking (more details below) Instructions Wash and chop cabbage into small stripsIn a large bowl, sprinkle salt over cabbage Using clean hands, mix the cabbage … Continue reading Easy Sauerkraut Recipe
Suffering from an arthritic related autoimmune disorder for 3 years taught me a lot about how food impacts our health. This got me experimenting with so many diets that basically required me to cook all of my meals. These days I continue to cook most of my meals because it is still cheaper and much … Continue reading Home Cooking Strategies for Fast, Delicious and Nutritious Meals
More kitchen experiments! 👨🏻🍳 First time cooking with Spelt Couscous - feel like it got dissolved in that veggie curry 😅 maybe I should’ve cooked it separately. For the curry, besides normal curry powder, I added some pineapple and squeezed a lemon in it. That extra acidity was pretty tangy! 🍋 Also did a leek n’ … Continue reading More Kitchen Experiments – Spelt Couscous, Tangy Curry, “Pineapple-Apple Danish”!
This simple salad literally took me 2 mins to prepare! And I learnt that hummus makes such tasty salad dressings! 🥗😋 1. Pre-cut and washed coleslaw 2. Two kinds of hummus from the farmer’s market 3. Some lemons and herbs #2minsalad #homecookingmadeeasy #noexcuses (Instagram repost)