Entries by Lorette Steenman


Omelette meal for your brain

This quick breakfast, lunch or dinner is made in an instant. You don’t need much cooking skills and it is a satiating meal on itself. Select organic eggs as they are rich in protein and omega 3 fatty acids. Eggs contain lecithin or phosphatidylcholine which is important for your cell membranes. These cell membranes surround […]

It is one green soup with zucchini, kombu and kohlrabi

Zucchini soup with kombu & kohlrabi Ingredients: 1/2 a red onion – chopped 2 garlic cloves 1 tablespoon of olive oil 1 tablespoon of Italian herbs (thyme, basil, oregano etc). 3 zucchinis – washed and chopped in big pieces 1 kohlrabi – peeled and cut in big pieces 2 strips of salted kombu (seaweed) 2 […]


Hormone balancing Brazilnut yogurt

This yogurt is quick to make and is packed with selenium: a trace element which forms important proteins to keep the immune system strong. Selenium, found in Brazil nuts, also ensures that our cells stay healthy and this trace element is stored in the muscles and the thyroid gland. The thyroid again needs selenium (and […]

Avoid January Blues with Greens

Ingredients: 1 large head of green lettuce – washed and spun dry in a colander 5 marinated artichokes – can be bought at the market 1/2 red organic Bell pepper – washed and chopped in small pieces 5 cherry tomatoes – washed and sliced in half 1/2 block (100 gr) of feta cheese – cut […]

Boost Your Energy

Nutrition and Yoga Workshop We don’t often think about it, but our bodies are constantly busy deciding where to send energy to in order for us to function and feel good. Energy is needed by the brain to think clearly and energy is necessary for our muscles to practice yoga. What about energy directed for […]

Easily digestible Millet Bowl with green peas

Ingredients: 500 gr. millet 1 strip of kombu 1 onion 1 eggplant 1 fennel ½ endive head 1 teaspoon crushed garlic 1 tablespoon ras al hanout 1 teaspoon chilli 350 gr. frozen peas 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds (gomasio). Coconut oil or butter for frying. Bring 500 ml of water to a boil and stir […]

Vitamin C Rich Mango Vanilla Lime Pudding with Red Berries

For 4 persons. Ingredients: 100 ml water 100 gr. cashew nuts 1 mango (peeled) 1 lime (zest and juice). 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 2 tablespoons coconut oil handful of red berries Instructions: Use a good food processor or blender and mix for 30 seconds until it is an even mass. Divide between 4 ramekins and […]

Green Salad with White Asparagus

One of my favourite vegetables is asparagus. Already in April asparagus season starts and will run till mid-June. White asparagus grow under the ground and wont catch any sunlight. Green asparagus on the other hand produce chlorophyll as they grow above the ground and are receiving sunlight. Asparagus contain good amounts of vitamin A, C, […]

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Bitter Veggies for Digestion

We focus quite a bit on sweet and salty tastes while we tend to forget about umami, sour and bitter. Especially the last flavour is not often favoured by little children. This recipe has an abundance of endives, the curly cousin of Belgian endives. Other bitter produces such as grapefruit, sesame seeds or rucola also […]