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X'mas Paleo Pinecone Cookies

Posted by Shima Shimizu on

X'mas Paleo Pinecone Cookies

This Christmas, try and make this with your friends and family. It's easy but it will be nice to have company when you are decorating the pine cone scales as it can be a time-consuming process. This recipe will make approximately 30 little pinecones and this is a great decoration that tastes good too. The good news is that this is a vegan and paleo friendly recipe that is gluten-free and grain-free as well! Enjoy the process and also the joy of giving this away! It will definitely be a great surprise:) Ingredients:   300g Almond flour 70g Coconut flour...

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Coconut Flour Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookie

Posted by Vonnie Wong on

Coconut Flour Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookie

Coconut Flour is a unique ingredient to work with, every single brand will have a different consistency so if you are switching brands, use a small amount of it to check if your recipe is reaching the correct consistency. In this recipe, we have used the Coconut Tribe Organic Coconut Flour. It's a coconut flour made in Sri Lanka and has a pleasant coconut flavour. Enjoy this cookie with a glass of Coconut milk! For this recipe, you can also replace the walnuts with activated pecans too! ------------------------------------ Cooking time: 10 min Prep time: 10 min Baking temperature :170°C Yield: 18 pieces...

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Miso Bomb - Cashew Curry Soup

Posted by Vonnie Wong on

Miso Bomb - Cashew Curry Soup

More Delicious Ways to Enjoy Miso Apart from consuming as a soup, there are much more ways to enjoy miso! 1. Salad dressings Miso adds a lovely savoury complexity to a vinaigrette. When making the salad, apart from sherry or wine vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil, try whisking some miso paste together too! 2. Miso-tahini sandwiches Spread miso on a piece of bread and then top with tahini. Simply enjoy as it or you may also add some sliced avocado.  3. In marinades You may use miso to marinade meat, fish, or poultry. Just some 5 minutes can get all those savoury...

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Miso Bomb - Coconut Curry Soup

Posted by Vonnie Wong on

Miso Bomb - Coconut Curry Soup

What's beneficial about Miso? To a certain extent, you may think that miso is a food that has been 'pre-digested'. This is because the fungus Aspergillus and other microorganisms used in the fermentation process help metabolise proteins, carbohydrates and fats in chickpeas and transform them into smaller molecules that can be more easily absorbed and digested. Also, sometimes you can also find Lactobacillus (a lactic acid bacteria) which is essential in maintaining the normal flora in your gut and prevent intestinal infection. What's more, miso is known to contain phytonutrient antioxidants and it is also found to be related to the fermentation...

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Miso Bomb - Traditional (Sesame & Wakame)

Posted by Vonnie Wong on

Miso Bomb - Traditional (Sesame & Wakame)

Miso Soup - A Traditional Japanese Soup Miso soup has been consumed by the Japanese for centuries, it is made with a seafood based stock called "dashi" into which a miso paste is mixed. Originally, miso was spread directly on food or eaten straight rather than as a seasoning as what we usually do nowadays. Later on, in 12th - 16th century, soup made from mashed miso soybeans (but we don't use soybeans in making miso) became a staple diet among samurai and gradually, miso soup immersed into the diets of the commoner as farmers started to make their own miso soup....

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