Hemp and Maca Energy Balls

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These little balls of joy are a great healthy snack and you can make then in no time. Perfect if you have a sweet tooth or want to balance your fructose levels after a workout.

Digital Detox Weekend

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We live in a such a busy world, were technology is with us 24/7 and sometimes it just too much. Computer, cell phone, tablet, conference calls, meetings, presentations, TV, radio…

Aquafaba strawberry Ice cream

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For me aquafba sounds like some mythical ocean beast, but it’s far from it. When I first found out what aquafaba was, not gonna lie, I was a bit confused and didn’t have much hope it’s was going to work..

Raw Vegan Sushi

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I love, love, love sushi! But I can’t make perfect sushi rice to save my life. Japanese rice are the hardest ones to work with and for me it always was a struggle.

Finding Peace in Chaos

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Do you ever get that feeling when it’s just too much..too much of everything? Your breathing becomes faster and faster, your cheeks get hot and you just feel that strange spinning feeling inside of you, almost like you can see yourself from above.

Homemade Oat Mylk

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So there is no surprise that I really like all kinds of dairy substitutes and I like to makes those myself. It is so much cheaper, fresher and more convenient this way. Oat mylk is one of the easiest ones to make and probably the cheapest one as well. It goes great in smoothies, coffee, cereal and while baking as well. It literally requires just 3 ingredients and it’s done in minutes For oat mylk you will need: 1 cup of oats 3 cups of water 2 table spoons of maple syrup Wash oats and leave to soak in a warm water for 2 hours or overnight Drain oats and add to food processor, pour water on top and blend everything together for 1-2 mins. Let this mixture sit for 2 minutes and then strain using strainer Let it sit for 2 more minutes and then strain it again, just to make sure that non of the pulp is in the mylk. Add 2 table spoons of maple syrup and mix everything. Maple syrup gives that nice hint of sweetness and makes oat mylk taste much more vibrant Add to the bottle and refrigerate This makes 750ml of mylk and you can easily refrigerate it for 3-4 days before it goes bad. Hope you will try this easy breezy and healthy recipe Enjoy! x