Tomato gravy for pizza, lasagna or pasta Tomato gravy for pizza, lasagna or pasta

Tomato gravy for pizza, lasagna or pasta

Ingredients :

1 sliced onion
Midzu extra virgin olive oil to taste
1-2 tablespoons sweet potato powder Midzu
1 minced carrot
2 ripe tomatoes, diced
a pinch of fenugreek seeds
a pinch of nutmeg
a dash of shoyu
Midzu seed mix to taste

 



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Seitan to marinate Seitan to marinate

Marinade for Roasts

Ingredients:

1 ou 2 cloves of minced garlic
black pepper powder to taste
bay leaf powder to taste
red bell pepper powder to taste
a pinch of turmeric Midzu
fresh or dried rosemary leaves to taste
a splash of umeboshi ou apple cider vinegar
a splash of shoyu
a splash of red wine
a splash of Midzu extra virgin olive oil
1 sliced onion



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Sprouted chickpeas Sprouted chickpeas

Sprouts, nutrient cocktail

Sprouts are seeds that have started germinating (sprouting). Sprouts are a very popular superfood, because they are highly nutritional. This is because the so-called antinutrients are removed when the seeds start sprouting. Antinutrients prevent germination from happening, keeping the seeds ‘dormant’ until the conditions are right. It is thought that the antinutrients protect the plant from going instinct by making the seeds taste bitter and difficult to digest. This way birds will not eat them and even if they do eat them they will not be digested properly so that the seeds will be discarded and still be able to reproduce. Soaking, cooking, fermenting and sprouting will reduce the antinutrient levels of the seeds. When the antinutrients are reduced the seeds are not only digested more easily, but they also increase nutrient content and bioavailabity, which means they are more readily absorbed by the body. They contain some very important enzymes that are needed for food digestion.



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Piña-Colada Cake with Green Tea Piña-Colada Cake with Green Tea

Piña-Colada Cake with Green Tea

Ingredients:

2 cups white spelt flour
1/2 cup kamut flour
1/4 cup coconut flour Midzu
2 cups coconut sugar Midzu
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 tablespoon sea salt
2 small pineapple slices
About 2 cups of organic fair trade green tea, cooled and not sweetened
1/4 cup coconut oil (liquid) Midzu
2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
1 teaspoon vanilla powder (optional)



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Potato fries air fryer Potato fries air fryer

Air fryers

Frying foods, an ancient cooking method

Frying foods traditionally means to cook foods in boiling oil and this method is already
mentioned in the old testament of the bible. Also medieval authors Geoffrey Chaucer and
Miguel de Cervantes mention it in their novels. Nowadays frying in oil has a very bad reputation and rightfully so. A lot of oil is absorbed by frying the foods in oil and there are downsides even when the oil is rich in polyunsaturated fats. Vegetable oils contain a lot of omega 6 fatty acids which replaces the omega 3 fatty acid needs. Omega 3 fatty acids are called essential fatty acids because they have to come from food as our body can't produce them. Another downside of frying in oil is that when heating up vegetable oils high concentrations of aldehydes are released, which have been linked to cancer, heart disease and dementia.



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Dish with sweet potato soup, seeds and seaweed Dish with sweet potato soup, seeds and seaweed

Sweet Potato, Seeds and Seaweed Soup

Ingredients:

1.5 L of filtered water
1 sweet potato peeled and cut in small pieces
1 teaspoon of sea salt
1 dash of organic extra virgin olive oil Midzu
1 tablespoon of seed mix Midzu
1 strip of organic wakamé seaweed Midzu
1 strip of organic dulse seaweed Midzu



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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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