This quick and delicious recipe is once again the result of my fridge left overs 😉 Broccoli (I never run out!), Shiitake mushrooms, olives, peppers and turkey. You know what? It came out pretty well 😉 Me and Sophie enjoyed it in the kitchen, by the sunny windowsill. Looking at these ingredients I can see…Read More
Sometimes I have no idea what to prepare until the very last minute and then is usually too late for anything fancy. Take today. I woke up at 7, had a little chat with my daughter about what we dreamt of, like we usually do. Apparently one girl she knows turned into a gorilla. Anyway,…Read More
For any of you out there following (or trying to follow!) a low carb diet this pasta is a great option 🙂 Shirataki noodles, konjac or even konnyaku potato, is made primarily from glucomannan, a type of fibre of the konjac root, a plant that is native to Eastern Asia. The slightly chewy texture is…Read More
Many common conditions such as headaches, difficulty concentrating, cramps, joint and muscle pain, nausea, hypertension, osteoporosis, and halitosis may have a common cause like a PH imbalance of our body, also known as metabolic acidosis. Orienting our body towards a slightly alkaline tendency can help to balance its state of well-being. Our PH reflects the…Read More
I like the practicality of a good blueberry muffin. The kind of dessert that it’s easy to put together from scratch in less than 10 minutes, the hardest part is to wait for them to cook in the oven..;) It’s my daughter, actually, who has been asking for these for a while. I promised her…Read More
Sometime has passed since my last post and there is a reason. Everybody caught the flu @themoseley’s house! My husband got sick first and within 3 days we were all in bed smiling, yey 🙂 not really. Luckily we all caught it lightly, 3 days in bed a few body aches and it was all…Read More
A few days ago we celebrated my daughter’s birthday, it always comes too soon! Just like Joey in “Friends”, it seems that agreements with God on the subject of time can’t be made…what a pity. Yet, time has a funny way of playing in our head. Looking at the photo below I can feel that…Read More
Yesterday I felt like preparing a warm, cosy meal for Sophie using wild rice. Something filling and creamy but light at the same time. Some people refer to wild rice as an aquatic grass, some as a grain. To me it’s a nutritious food, rich in fibre, anti oxidants, folate, phosphorous, manganese, zinc and magnesium. Many…Read More
So the three of us are on our way to yoga and swimming which means we are going to be out most of the day. Whilst sometimes is nice to have a snack outside, the ingredient list of the prepacked options available at the counter usually put me off. This is further restricted by a…Read More
An estimated 70-80% of people have low levels of this essential mineral.
This is a staggering number, as a deficiency of this nutrient opens the door to a myriad of health problems.