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Pumpkin soup

Pumpkin soup

This is one of my absolutely favourite soups, pumpkin soup. I remember when my husband and i just moved in together and still studying we bought the frozen variant. It was ok, but since the first time we made it our self we haven’t gone back. You need: 1 butternut pumpkin 2 onions 2 parsnip…

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Red cabbage salad with Walnuts and apricot

Redcabbage salad

  This red cabbage salad is one of my favorites, it’s both sweet, crunchy and fresh at the same time: A small red cabbage A handful dried apricot A handful walnuts Elderflower juice Tear the red cabbage fine or use a mini chopper and pour the elderflower juice over. I took a small glass where…

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Risotto without dairy

Risotto recipe

One thing we a lot of at our house, is risotto. It’s so easy to make, it’s allergy friendly and both adults and children loves it. I have to admit though, that the amount of vegetables varies whether it’s me or my husband who is making it. Recipe for 4 persons: 200 g mushrooms 3…

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Potato Soup

Potatosoup With extra protein

Soup is a great way to get a lot of vegetables into your diet. In my house, we always make a large pot of soup so we have it for several days. This soup is also freezer friendly, so you can save it for another day. 200 g of dried white beans 1.5 kg potatoes…

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Vegan Cashew Dressing

Cashew Dressing

This is a basic recipe for a white dressing. I use it as an alternative to a crème fraiche based dressing. You can spice it up after your likings. 200 g cashews 2-3 dl water 2 Tbsp. Natural yeast 1 Tsp. salt You simply add all the ingrediens to a blender, and until you have…

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Aprils Fruits and vegetables in Switzerland

April vegetabels

There are many benefits of using the local delicious fruits and vegetables, which the season offers. They are fresh and I in my opinion this makes them taste so much better, they have not travelled around the world to reach your plate, and they are cheaper. This off course varies a lot from where in…

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Yoyo Weight

Nutritionist Gry Persson

This is going to be a personal post. I have written about my own weight over the last 10-15 years. I have deliberately chosen not to write how many kg I weighed, since I think it is very individual. Moreover, a number can easily be used to compare, and that is not my intention with…

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Vegetarian stew with inspiration from Asia

Vegetarian stew recipe

We had this year’s first trip to the mountain; it was Walter’s first time on skies. With the ski season also comes the winter meals. I love this kind of meals, especially this vegetarian stew. I made a large batch so I have for the freezer. An Indian Dahl inspires the dish. You need: 2…

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Food Intolerance and Sensibility

Blog about food intolerance and sensibility

Do you feel bloated after have eaten gluten? Do you suffer from headaches? Do you have mood swings? These can all three and many others be symptoms of food intolerance. The difference between a food intolerance and an allergy Food intolerance or sensitivity is not the same as an allergy. If you have a food…

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6 Easy Weight Loss Tips

6 Easy tips to loose weight

  Losing weight is about eating less calories than we burn. Having said that, it is undoubtedly easier to lose weight and keep the weight off by eating a varied diet not to mention healthier for the body. Here are some tips for cutting calories and maintaining a healthy balanced diet. You’ll notice the tips…

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