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Red Pepper Frittata with Sweet Potato

Lunch for 2 Red pepper with Frittata and Sweet Potato 4 eggs 1 red pepper 1 onion 1 clove garlic 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tsp. herbs of choice 1 large boiled sweet potatoes handful of fresh coriander Cut the onion and press the garlic. Wash and cut the pepper in small pieces. Heat olive […]

Watercress salad with pinenuts

Lunch for 3 Watercress salad with Pinenuts   Bunch of watercress (washed) 1 washed cucumber 1/2 red cabbage (grated) 100 gr. pinenuts 3 tablespoons olive oil 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 3 fresh leaves of basil salt and pepper to taste Slice the cucumber and grate the red cabbage in a food processor. Divide the watercress leaves […]

Healthier than Baguette

Homemade bread with grassfed butter and raw veggies. I have shared this ancient bread recipe before from Greenhouse. My favourite go-to when I was living in Toronto. If in a rush, you can opt for a store bought gluten-free bread. (YAM has a nice sourdough bread). Add grass-fed butter, slice of cheese, avocado, fermented red […]

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Pregnancy & Protein

Part III Interview with Janneke van der Meulen Pregnancy & Protein I visited Janneke van der Meulen in her home in Amsterdam. She is a vegan health expert and provides talks for several companies in the Netherlands on the topic of nutrition and work performance. She is the author of 2 books: Super Quick Recovery […]


Cabbage Leaf Wraps

Are you eating your veggies but most of the time the same ones? Tomatoes, cucumber, lettuce, peppers and the occasional broccoli perhaps? Variety and rotation is key in a healthy diet, so try these bitter vegetables that have lots of taste once paired with a sweeter sauce. This recipe uses green cabbage leaves as wraps […]


Immune Boosting Matcha-Sesame Snack

Matcha powder is pulverized green tea leaves that is a great alternative to coffee or tea. It contains small amounts of caffeine without giving you the jitters: it is stimulating as well as relaxing. Green tea leaves contains flavonoids; increases friendly bacteria an decreases the number of disease-causing bacteria. Green tea is mostly known for […]

Miso soup with Proteindip & Oatcrackers

No time for lunch? This simple but nourishing lunch is prepared in a heartbeat.  Miso contains good nourishment for your gut, while green peas are a good protein source with the glutenfree oatcrackers van Nairns.   Mix 1 tablespoon of dark miso paste in 350 ml hot water. Sprinkle with Gomasio (roasted sesames). Ingredients Proteindip […]

Cranberry Compote

Cranberries are truly immune boosters, rich in phytonutrients such as anthocyanins and flavonols. Yet we need to eat the whole fruit and not the dried sweetened variation. This compote tastes sweet and tart at the same time due to the mixture of applesauce.For extra creaminess you can add some organic yogurt. 1 bag of cranberries […]

Warming Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin Soup – for 6 people Vegan – gluten free – dairy free Recipe inspired by EkoPlaza magazine and products Ingredients: 1 pumpkin – cubes or squared with peel 3 tbsp. olive oil 2 onions chopped 1 clove of garlic – minced 400 ml carrot-apple juice (Demeter) 200 ml water 2 tbsp. ras el hanout […]


Is Bread Bad for Us?

A life without bread? If you freak out by this thought, good chance bread is a daily staple in your diet. Don’t be alarmed right away, especially if digestion and energy are optimal. Yet our gastrointestinal tract does not always approve of these types of refined flours which has wheat and gluten in it. One […]