Chlorella Chlorella

Chlorella a powerful detoxifying food

Chorella, also known as Chlorella Pyrenoidosa, or Chlorella Vulgaris, is a single-celled algae that grows in fresh water. Because Chlorella is a microscopic organism, it was not discovered until the 19th century. It derives its name from the Greek “Chloros” = green, and “Ella” = small



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The perfect treat for your family. The perfect treat for your family.

Orange Date Cake

Ingredients:

400 g wheat flour or white spelt flour
100 g whole-wheat flour
250 g dates Midzu
650 ml orange juice
2 tbsp golden linseeds
3 tbsp coconut flour Midzu
zest of 1 orange
150 ml extra-virgin olive oil Midzu or coconut oil Midzu
1 pinch of vanilla powder
1 sachet (17g or about 2 tsp) organic baking powder



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Creamy Vegetable Soup

Ingredients:


1/2 sweet potato (large)
2 carrots (small/medium)
1 turnip
1/2 red pepper
2 ou 3 tbsp. rice
1 tbsp. linseeds
1 thin slice of fresh ginger root (2mm)
A pinch of curry powder
A pinch of sea salt
1 tsp coconut oil Midzu
1 tbsp coconut flour Midzu

Recipe suitable for the Soymilk maker Midzu.



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Almond glass of milk and dates Almond glass of milk and dates

Date and Almond milk

Ingredients:
70 g of almonds Midzu
200 g dried dates Midzu
1.2 L filtered water
(Recipe for the soymilk maker Midzu)



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Delicious chocolate truffles Delicious chocolate truffles

Christmas chocolate truffles

Ingredients (makes about 20 truffles):
150 g dried apricots Midzu
200 g dried seedless dates
2 tablespoons hemp seeds Midzu
50 g grated coconut
2 tablespoons cocoa powder Midzu
Grated coconut as needed



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Seaweed cakes Seaweed cakes

Seaweed cakes

Ingredients (around 10 units):
4 tablespoons organic seaweed salad Midzu
1/2 onion
1 garlic clove
1 cup spelt flour or whole wheat flour
2 tablespoons corn flour
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1 small carrot
1 teaspoon chia seeds
parsley as needed
3/4 cup water
1/2 lemon (juice)



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Lucuma powder Lucuma powder

Lucuma a nutritious alternative to sugar

Lucuma is a fruit native to South America, mainly cultivated in the Andes region, by countries like Chile, Ecuador and Peru.

It's been used since ancient times and it was considered sacred by the Peruvian people, as it was believed to be related to the creation of the world, like the representation of the apple to Christianity. In pre-hispanic times it was associated to fertility and longevity. Beyond its symbolic meaning, to which several myths are related, it also has a great medicinal and nutritional value.

Lucuma fruit takes about 9 months to grow and it should be eaten very ripe. It has a very sweet taste – some people describe it as something like caramel and pumpkin, while others say it tastes like vanilla, sweet potato or a mix between mango and apricot, but no doubt it has a sweet and unique flavour.



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Orange and cinnamon cookies with multiple formats. Orange and cinnamon cookies with multiple formats.

Orange and cinnamon cookies

Ingredients (for approx. 40 cookies):
170g white wheat or spelt flour
140g whole wheat or spelt flour
100g coconut sugar Midzu
1 tablespoon cinnamon powder
zest of 2 oranges
1 teaspoon fennel seeds
50ml extra-virgin olive oil Midzu
1 teaspoon yeast



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Cocoa butter Cocoa butter

Cocoa butter

Cocoa butter is commonly known as an ingredient used in lipsticks, soaps, and emollient creams as it is soothing to the skin. Few people know that cocoa butter, as well as being an important ingredient in chocolate recipes and in products for beauty and body care, is also a fat that can be used in cooking as an alternative to butter or margarine.

 



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Purple corn muffins with peas and red pepper. Purple corn muffins with peas and red pepper.

Pea and purple corn muffins

Ingredients (for around 12units):

200 g Midzu purple corn flour
100 g Midzu teff flakes
1 teacup of peas
1/2 small onion
1/4 red pepper
350 ml water
150 ml Midzu extra-virgin olive oil
chopped parsley as needed
oregano as needed
1 coffeespoon of mustard
1 dessertspoon of cider vinegar
sea salt as needed
1 teaspoon baking powder dessert



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