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Black Bart micro-roastery

Black Bart micro-roastery

| July 5, 2017 | 7 Replies

With the world coffee community spreading vigorously around the world, young entrepreneurs entwine their passion for coffee with real business. This Greek micro-roastery, based in the country’s capital, proves that humble green coffee beans and their explicit taste characteristics not only push the roasters’ boundaries when processing, but this job can be done in a totally fun and non boring sort of way.

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Mercato Metropolitano London

Mercato Metropolitano London

| November 8, 2016 | 20 Replies

A gem located in Elephant and Castle (South London) is a stylish explosion of food, coffee, drinks and events. Mercato Metropolitano (MM) is edgy yet sophisticated Italian market space with an essentially industrial aesthetic made inviting for people of all ages.

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Natural homemade coconut milk

Natural homemade coconut milk

| July 12, 2016 | 21 Replies

Well, there is a very good chance to make the difference to your healthy approach of how to manipulate food by making yourself natural homemade coconut milk! The summer months are the perfect time to enjoy all the nutritional benefits coming out of a coconut.

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Overnight gluten-free oats (your time-saving breakfast)

Overnight gluten-free oats (your time-saving breakfast)

| March 31, 2016 | 12 Replies

Having struggled lately with early morning thoughts such as… ”What should I eat for breakfast” this time-saving solution had a significant positive effect on how to simply kick-start my day. Soon after, according to my new dietary habits and in an intensive attempt to introduce more nutritional products on my grocery list, I came across this plant-based milk, hemp milk, which immediately intrigued my curiosity to learn about it in details and certainly try it. If you are bold to new food adventures believe me it worth a shot!

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Happy Easter

Happy Easter

| March 27, 2016 | 1 Reply

Homemade Sunday Easter special treats are ready to eat! So allow me to offer you a small batch of biscuits along with my best Easter wishes for this day.

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Glorious spring, the spark of taking a walk

Glorious spring, the spark of taking a walk

| March 22, 2016 | 3 Replies

If you are still looking for opportunities to make a weekly schedule of outdoor exercising by taking long walks, the beginning of spring is the perfect trigger of putting this plan into action! Bad weather and cold days can be no more an excuse…

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Rizogalo the Greek sugar free rice pudding

Rizogalo the Greek sugar free rice pudding

| March 16, 2016 | 13 Replies

Rizogalo [rizóghalo] is the Greek delicate rice pudding obviously, as the word indicates, made of rice and milk, but you will be excited since this version is sugar-free! And what better way is there than to enjoy eating and sharing this lovely traditional dessert with your loved ones, especially with your children, without guilt.

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Daikon radish, onion and garlic salad

Daikon radish, onion and garlic salad

| December 5, 2015 | 11 Replies

Simple but bold this combination of daikon radish, onion, and garlic makes a prime salad or side dish for your Christmas dinner without stress!

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Athens chocolate factory and museum 2015

Athens chocolate factory and museum 2015

| November 27, 2015 | 4 Replies

The thought of visiting the Athens chocolate factory and museum sounds like the most choco-glamorous way to spend a morning dedicated to chocolate with family and kids. Here we go!

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Grilled zucchini topped with simmered green amaranth

Grilled zucchini topped with simmered green amaranth

| September 30, 2015 | 11 Replies

When vegetables come from the purest garden, you feel ”safe” to eat them, without any thoughts of harmful pesticides around. To get the most out of organic zucchini and green amaranth I decided to keep the recipe simple. Grilled zucchini topped with simmered green amaranth.

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