Disease and Illness Prevention, Nutrition

Crispy tasty tofu

If you are vegetarian, vegan or just want to cut down on your meat intake, tofu can be part of your healthy diet. Tofu is made from fermented soya beans. It is rich in protein, iron, fiber and calcium. In addition, it contains all essential amino acids and other important minerals and vitamins. Tofu also […]

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Nutrition

Farfalle heatwave salad

The heatwave is back! Today, the weather peaked to 38°C in Geneva and we are taking it slow, drinking plenty of fluids, and eating light and refreshing foods. The farfalle pasta salad featured above will be our supper tonight. It’s a great dish to serve when it’s this hot. I thought of sharing it with […]

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Nutrition

Banana oat cranberry bread

This easy-to-make banana bread is plant-based, moist and delicious. It’s low in sugar and made with ground rolled oats (oat flour), ripe soft bananas, fresh frozen cranberries and almond milk. When blended and cooked together, these ingredients create their own natural sweetness. For extra flavour, I’ve added walnuts, but you can use other nuts, such […]

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Nutrition

Artichoke pesto zucchini noodles

A few weeks ago, I promised to come up with a pesto pasta dish, but with the warm weather, I felt for something light. Instead, I made fresh spiralized zucchini noodles and tossed them with my homemade artichoke pesto sauce. This is a simple, easy and flavourful summer dish that can be served as a […]

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Nutrition

Black magic grape and blueberry chia puddings

I am writing this post in the middle of a heatwave that has Europe in its grip. Everyone is looking for ways to stay cool. That means staying in the shade, drinking lots of fluids and eating light and refreshing foods. While these chia seed puddings are not a solution to the heatwave, they do […]

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