• bean tuna salad with parsley

    Tuscan Bean & Tuna Salad

    Heart-healthy beans get together with all-around healthy red onion, fresh parsley and (sustainably-fished) tuna. Addition of pasta is optional – sometimes great for making a truly substantial meal, sometimes unnecessary if you’re looking for a simply refreshing hearty salad.     Print Recipe Bean Salad with Tuna & Parsley Cuisine Italian Prep Time 15 minutes Servings 4 large portions or 6 portions served with a side-dish Ingredients 800 g canelini or brown beans canned, rinsed, drained250 g canned tuna from ocean friendly fishinghalf red onion60 ml lemon juice3-4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil organic and cold-pressed is best2 tbsp fresh parsley100 g fusili pasta (optional) weight before cooking Cuisine Italian…

  • Red Cabbage & Zucchini with Fried Potatoes and Salmon

    Leftover veggies in the fridge lead to this ultimately satisfying combination! Try it out when in the mood for a light, vegetable-based meal. You can easily replace the salmon with chicken, if that is what you prefer. You’ll need (all preferably organic) – for 3 persons (or 2 + lunch leftovers for next day) – olive oil for frying – 1 white onion – 1 medium size red cabbage, outer leaves removed – 1 zucchini – 1kg potatoes – 300g wild salmon (fresh or defrosted) – 1 or 2 cloves of garlic (to your liking), crushed/cut in small pieces Recipe 1. Peel potato if not organic. Slice potatoes and place…

  • 4 Excellent Talks and Films about Nutrition You Should Watch

    LOVE WATCHING VIDEOS AND DOCUMENTARIES ABOUT FOOD & NUTRITION? Me too! HERE ARE FOUR VIDEOS (3 short and 1 long) I would like to share with you, for a rainy day or simply a break from your work, to enjoy and think back to how great it is to learn about healthy food. 1. Jaime Oliver’s Ted Talk on School Canteens NOT THAT I’M A RELIGIOUS FAN of Jamie Oliver in general, but that man has put quite some effort into raising awareness about food, not only in the general public through his TV shows, but also in schools by infiltrating the schools’ kitchen system and improving the nutrition of…