Category: Base recipes

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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How to open smooth clams with the least effort

How to open smooth clams with the least effort

| September 1, 2015 | 10 Replies

You don’t need fancy techniques or tools, only appropriate preparation and good guidelines to open a smooth clam. Watch our short, yet interesting film and read our instructions, then eating a smooth clam will be a true satisfaction since it will be easier to open it with the least effort by yourself.

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Soft boiled delicate quail eggs

Soft boiled delicate quail eggs

| June 25, 2014 | Reply

The beauty of a tiny soft-boiled quails’ egg is a yolk with the texture of a velvety yellow texture, surrounded by a white that is tender but not runny. And… they are good.

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Chive and ginger butter

Chive and ginger butter

| May 24, 2014 | 3 Replies

Bought or homemade? It is time to upgrade your culinary skills, take the reigns of your own kitchen and discover how easy, simple and interesting is making DIY chive and ginger butter.  

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Kalamata black olive tapenade

Kalamata black olive tapenade

| April 23, 2014 | 1 Reply

Black olive tapenade adds healthy fats. For best results and distinctive flavors, use high quality and organic products as those suggested below.

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DIY chicken stock

DIY chicken stock

| April 11, 2014 | 9 Replies

Homemade (DIY) chicken stock is a valuable ”tool” in every kitchen and here is made from scratch. Take advantage any leftover chicken bones, vegetables, herb stems; ingredients that positively affect the outcome from the moment that water infuses with your personal spin. Use your chicken stock as a base for soups, risottos and sauces.

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Mung bean sprouts

Mung bean sprouts

| April 2, 2013 | Reply

Interested in using raw and nutritious ingredients valuable for your system? Mung beans sprouts are a good source for vitamins, proteins, minerals (like calcium, potassium, magnesium), dietary fiber, etc. You can eat themselves with lemon juice, a pinch of salt, pepper and olive oil or mix them in other raw salads.

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Homemade spice and herb mix

Homemade spice and herb mix

| March 15, 2013 | 1 Reply

Add extra nutritional value with essential dried spices and herb’s mix to brighten up the flavors of every meal. Bring aromas to the table. Make seasoning your alie in a healthy diet and use spices – herbs as salt’s substitute.

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Creamy homemade peanut butter

Creamy homemade peanut butter

| October 31, 2012 | Reply

Just in case you needed a little something to put you in the mood, I thought I’d share this beyond darling e-recipe with you to wrap up the week. The truth is that one dollop will instantly boost your energy, plus contribute to brain health and blood flow.

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Homemade alfalfa sprouts

Homemade alfalfa sprouts

| October 15, 2012 | Reply

Alfalfa seeds can be grown easily, requiring no particular effort and the most important, a very little cost! A simplified recipe-procedure, boosting millions of vitamins and nutritional benefits all year long. Make fresh sprouts anytime…

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