If you are not feeling well, this soup is perfect as a nutritional boost for your immune system. Full of vegetables with vitamins, pasta as a grain choice, and chickpeas for protein, this soup covers all you need for a wholesome & healthy meal.Read More
Here’s a spinach recipe we’d like to share with everyone — completely wholesome and delicious! You can cook this vegan-friendly recipe in just one pot in about 30 minutes!Read More
Beans are an important part of any diet. They do more than just provide fiber, they are a source of protein as well as complex carbohydrates and antioxidants. And parsley is more than just for garnishing food: it adds excellent flavor just like any other herb!
This recipe brings beans into the spotlight as an entree that can be served with a roll or over a healthy serving of rice!Read More
Cooking greens in your pure clay pots is a quick and easy process!
The following recipe can be done with any type of greens such as collard & turnip greens. Don’t limit yourself to just spinach and kale!Read More
Tis the season for soups and stews! This soup is chock full of fresh vegetables and flavor and turns out tasting much better in MEC clay pots.Read More
Cooking potatoes and yams can be a delightful treat or a bit of a mess depending on what pot you’re using.
When using MEC to steam cook your yams and potatoes they turn out way less starchy, more nutritious and thoroughly cooked.
You can also use these instructions as a guideline to prepare corn on the cob!
Chickpeas are known for their many health benefits: they are are chock full of fiber, protein and provide nutrients such as Manganese. Black/brown chickpeas also have a added health benefit, they contain 13 times more polyphenols (a type of antioxidant) then the typical chickpea.
Typically this recipe calls for cooking the beans in a pressure cooker then pan frying them in a dutch oven to continue with the rest of the recipe. When cooked in a MEC pot all the steps can be done in one pot!
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
Garbanzo beans are a great food choice for a plant-based protein. Popularly known as chickpeas, garbanzo beans are legumes in the same family as kidney beans. They have a buttery, nutty flavor, and creamy texture. In the US, the tan, round, and slightly larger variety is common. Chickpeas have calcium, magnesium, fiber, and other nutrients for strong bones. They boost your mental health for they have choline, a nutrient that helps make essential chemicals for memory, mood, muscle control, and other brain activity. They also help lower cholesterol and lower cancer risk.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
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