• Hello Knob Celery! // With Oven Roasted Potatoes and Organic Pork

    Knob celery, also called turnip-rooted celery or celeriac, is not a particularly attractive looking vegetable, but it is a flavorful one once you peel it and rid it of its ugliness. It’s really easy to prepare and extremely healthy. It contains vitamin C (most of it will be lost by cooking though, but you could eat knob celery raw in a salad if you wanted to), vitamin B11 (folic acid, known for prevention of various types of cancer (i, ii, iii) and needed for a healthy nervous system), magnesium, calcium, iron and choline (a molecule with a detoxying effect and is good for brain cells). So if you are looking…

  • 11 foods to eat to be healthier // PREVENTION

    When I just started thinking about eating healthier, I would read about healthy ingredients, and then have no idea what to make with them. Plus, many recipes I found turned out not to be tasty, or to have lots of other unhealthy ingredients added. So, I decided to write healthy recipes that taste good too! But, sometimes it can be handy to just have a list of healthy ingredients. A friend asked if I could write out the ultimate list of healthy foods. Of course! Here they are: 1. Include sweet potato in your diet at least twice a month, especially in the winter for better mood, better skin and an…

  • Heartwarming Romano beans Balkan soup

    This is a soup that my mom always made me eat when I was younger because it was healthy. It’s that kind of soup you don’t like when you are young and start to crave when you are older. It is a great autumn dish. Not to mention it’s low calorie, low-fat and very nutritious. Plus, there is literally nothing unhealthy about it. Recipe for 4 200g (2 large handfuls) Romano beans, washed and cut in few 5cm (about an inch) long pieces 2 large carrots, cut in 0.5cm slices 2 large potatoes, cut in bite size pieces 2 onions, diced 4 cloves of garlic, finely chopped 2tbsp flour 1 tomato…

  • Oven Gratin with Spinach & Sweet potato

    A tremendously easy dish to make. Also, super healthy and on a budget. Great for reaching and maintaining a healthy weight. Low in calories, rich in nutrients. A rare source of vitamin D in the winter days, and a welcome burst of color on the dinner plate.   Print Recipe Oven Gratin with Spinach & Sweet potato Course Main Dish Prep Time 10 minutes Passive Time 50 minutes Servings Ingredients 2 large sweet potatoes no need to peel if organic, cut in 0.5 thick slices300 g fresh spinach2 tsp nutmeg powder2 cloves garlic125 ml organic sour cream75 g grated cheese1 tbsp cooking oil or ghee Course Main Dish Prep Time…