Recovery porridge

In these jolly Christmas times it is easy to overdo the fun. You know what I’m talking about. And if you suspect that you may have had a glass or two too many the night before, chances are you’ll wake up the next morning craving comfort food in a big way. Continue reading “Recovery porridge”

Food assembly vs. cooking

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I’m a firm believer in something I tend to call food assembly. With that I mean arranging various bits of food (mainly veg and grains) to create a meal consisting of many dishes rather than just one. The days of trying to create something fancy, or perfectly timed, are firmly over in my world. Not that I can say I was ever a great cook and that is probably why I find the art of food assembly so very, very appealing. Continue reading “Food assembly vs. cooking”

Do You

When it comes down to stuff that really matters, being true to who you are has got to be up there fighting for a top spot with, let’s say, health for you and your loved ones. We want to be brave enough to be who we really are. And our authentic selves are often revealed when we do something that we truly love. When there is no thought of financial gains (although that may be a byproduct) or external recognition from others (although that may happen too), when we engage in something simply because it brings us joy and peace. The doing is its own reward. Continue reading “Do You”

Juice cleanse

My Greenswede juice cleanse is now live… yey!

I recently finished the one day fast and I can’t tell you how much lighter and better I felt. And that is after just one day! Imagine three, or five days? Granted I am quite happy with short fasts as I enjoy my food way too much but fasting is an ancient way of giving our digestive system a real break. And the need for it has not changed with modernity, quite the opposite in fact. Continue reading “Juice cleanse”