Food days: 4 April International Carrot day

Carrots… eat them raw, boiled, grated, baked, length-wise or chopped. Sneak them into meat dishes, or drink them as juice. Carrot is a root vegetable and the most common ones are orange, but there are also white, yellow, red and purple variants. They are stuffed full of vitamin A and antioxidants and can add both color, chewing “resistance” and sweetness to a dish. In any case, they add a lot to the food. Here are crunchy carrot recipes.

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Weight and volume in food – convert deciliter to grams, cups and ounces

Converting weight and volume in foodHow much does 100 ml flour weigh? Some recipes use ml and some use oz. To be able to follow a recipe it’s good to know how to convert weight and volume.
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Food days: International pancake day

Pancake coconut LCHF

Pancake day falls on Shrove Tuesday, Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras, therefore, the date is variable and can be as early as February 3rd and as late as March 9th. Pancakes with just egg, milk and flour are history. As long as people love pancakes the variations will continue to grow. Try different recipes, luxiourios pancakes with ricotta, banana pancakes, American pancakes, LCHF pancakes, Gypsy toast or Cottage cheese pancakes. The variations are endless! Here are some mouthwatering pancake recipes.

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Juicing basics – getting started with juicing

Coleslaw juice white cabbage carrot apple gingerJuicing is easy to get started with. All you need to do is to take your favourite vegetables and put them through a juicer and off you go.
There is no doubt that eating more fruit and vegetables is good for you. There are countless of studies to prove this. Juicing is a good way to increase your intake.
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