Once you have mastered the basic technique for cooking these legumes in the healthiest cookware, you can expand your repertoire by using the same cooking method for: red lentils, French lentils, French green lentils, yellow lentils, Moroccan lentils, shriveled lentils, black lentils, beluga lentils, split red lentils, black beans, masoor dal and so on. Serve with mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes as a comfort food or use cooked lentils to make lentil salads served with Dijon mustard, coconut milk…Read More
Unleavened bread is a great and healthy grain to enjoy. One of the great benefits of unleavened bread is you do not have to worry about potentially chemically treated yeast with toxins that can accumulate in your body. Additionally, like all other breads, unleavened bread is a great source of complex carbohydrates.
For soft, layered unleavened bread, choose wheat flour that has been processed in the East. Commonly known as Atta, this wheat flour is processed in a healthier way.Read More
This recipe is a light and refreshing lentil soup that is a perfect easy-serve meal, even on a hot summer day! This recipe also requires no additional artificial ingredients and no oil is needed – it is optional. The meal is also vegan-friendly!Read More
A wholesome one pot meal that includes a rich plant based protein, carbohydrates and vegetables. It is hearty enough to be the main course, and with the light grains, it can also accompany other foods at the dinner table. Amaranth contains good amounts trace minerals Phosphorus, Manganese, Magnesium and Iron. It is also high in protein and Vitamin B6. The high fiber content make it filling and is great for the digestive system and may help to reduce blood sugar. It contains lyseine, methionine, and cysteine, which are amino acids and the building blocks of protein, which help to repair and build muscle mass.Read More
[Vegetarian Version Included!] This spicy, hearty and zesty dish is a melting pot of flavors of Indo-Persian origin. The meat caters to the protein value, the vegetables to the vitamins and minerals, the spices add a ton of antioxidants and medicinal value to the food, and the grains contributing to healthy carbs/energy. This combination makes it the perfect one-pot wholesome meal.Read More
Taro root is a starchy vegetable similar to potato but more firm and slightly nutty in taste. While a potato has more Vitamin C and K, Taro root has more Vitamin E and almost double the fiber and manganese. It is also a good source of Potassium and Phosphorus, as well as a great source of B6 and good carbohydrates. Taro root can help to alleviate high blood pressure due to its potassium content. Additionally, the Quercetin in Taro root can help to fight free radicals.Read More