Bunless Burger

If you are convinced of the benefits of the fermented food and practising it or using white cabbage in your cooking, this post might surprise you. When I ferment the cabbage or cook Borsch I usually cut off the top of the cabbage, all those thin leaves. If previously I used to make a fresh…

French  Fennel Soup

What a classic favourite is the French Onion Soup! In this recipe I am mimicking it but using fennel instead of onions. The taste overcame my expectations. My challenge was to  somehow get grilled cheese and some crust into the soup without using a bread. I have come up with a few options. At first…

Berries in Snow

After discovering Freekah wholegrain and starring with my Freekah Salad, my son presented me with Freekah flour. What a wonderful taste and colour! I think it will be really cool to create something with Pistachio, as they are of the very similar colour. This flour triggered my inspiration for the Berries in Snow cake just…

Freekah Salad

If you embraced Quinoa years ago, you will love Freekeh/Freekah. It is packed with prebiotics and nutrients, has lots of fibre (about 10%), high protein content for a grain (about 15%). The only thing we need to be aware of is that Freekah is a wheat grain, and it does contain some gluten. Although its…

Cabbage Fish Sliders

The idea of Sliders was originated in the USA. The protein ingredient is cooked with onions, and then is put into a roll.  It is like a mini burger only with less ingredients. I made this Slider using cabbage instead of the onion and fish instead of the meat patty. So yummy! Ingredients: Dough: 2…

Dates Caramel Slice

Dates Caramel Slice Dates are  delicious, and they have a caramel flavour when used in baking. If you are one of us who decided to exclude refined sugars from your diet and you still have traces of a sweet tooth, you should consider Dates, such a versatile sweetener. This fruit is very sweet but at…

Coconut Rice Pudding

The simplest and lightest dessert! Coconut Rice Pudding with Berries Ingredients: 3/4 cup water 300 ml premium coconut milk 2 tbsp Stevia and Monk fruit sugarServe with fresh, frozen, or compote berries Method: Cook rice in water on very low heat covered, until the rice is soft and all the water is absorbed. Mix the…

Cured Salmon

Many people say that to maintain a healthy diet they cook Salmon every week. However, they say this gets too boring, and even crispy skin does not entertain them anymore. So, they then ask what I do with Salmon. My answer is that I stopped grilling, baking and frying Salmon years ago, because I now…

Vegan Gluten-Free Sour Dough Bread

With modern medicine capabilities, we can easily identify our food allergies and intolerance. Very common one is Gluten. However, by excluding gluten and wheat, on the supermarket shelves, we find gluten free substitutes which are very high in starch and don’t taste as good. This recipe below suggests an alternative bread that is healthy. Although…

Fresh Fig Pie

Figs belong to Mulberry family. Figs are one of the richest plant sources of a variety of vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, B, C and K, also calcium and iron. So, the fig is a healthy and versatile ingredient. However, they are very delicate and it is difficult to store them. If you have…