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My best recipes for the summer

This august, every week I am going to round up some of my recipes to give you some inspiration to cook simple, healthy and super tasty food. Today I start with some main meal inspiration. Next week will be my gazpachos (green and red!). Then it will be time for some sweet – but healthy…

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Super Fast Hummus

Here is a super fast hummus recipe which I love to serve with veggie sticks for a healthy aperitif. It has the right balance of proteins, fats and carbs.  I love to play with different beans and replace the tahini with almond butter.  Usually depends on what’s in my cupboards! It can be fun to…

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Chimichurri Sauce

I adore this zingy herby sauce! When I buy big bunches of seasonal herbs, I tend to prepare it there and then.  It will keep for a good 3 weeks as long as  it’s covered with olive oil. Don’t hesitate to mix up your herbs depending on what’s available – parsley, coriander, basil, chervil – it’s…

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Courgette spaghetti with pesto

Inspired by Kale & Chocolate I’ve never been a real pasta addict but my partner could sooo be! Ever since I have discovered the wonders of spiralizing, courgette “pasta” has become a more regular staple in our house. I usually serve it with either some kind tomato or pesto sauce. Often when I have an…

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Broccoli Beetroot & Tofu Salad

Since I’ve discovered the basil lacto fermented tofu from Sojami, I’ve been hooked! It’s slightly crumbly and melty texture, a bit like feta cheese, full of flavour and rich in protein and omega 3s.  Plus its natural process makes it highly digestible. I buy it in my local organic shop (Les Nouveaux Robinson) and always…

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Quinoa & Roasted Veggie Salad with its Chimichurri Sauce

I really like to keep quinoa on hand because it’s such a delicious and easy way to have protein. I like the concept of “cook once, eat twice” so I usually cook more and keep a little container for at least two breakfast porridges.  Or did you know you can freeze cooked quinoa? It’s a…

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Warm or cold lentil salad with courgettes and sundried tomatoes

I love this vegan dish served warm in winter.  But it’s equally good on a warm summer’s day, served cold. It’s the kind of dish that’s ideal prepared in advance so that the flavours mingle and develop. Lentils will keep you full whilst at the same time being great vegetal proteins and being rich in…

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My Raw Dill Sauerkraut

Eating sauerkraut is definitely one of my “tricks” to help strengthen my immune system. You get used to the slightly sauer taste of sauerkraut very quickly. Personally I start missing it after just a few days of abstention! Sauerkraut is best eaten as a side dish or mixed into your salads – at least 1…

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