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Avocado and Coriander Hummus

Hummus is definitely one of my favourite dips. I love it in a traditional version, or with roast peppers or even with avocado. This recipe is super easy, nutritious and tastes amazing! Ingredients: 200 gr cooked ‪‎Chickpeas (drained) 1 Avocado (250 gr) 1 tablespoons Evo oil 2 tablespoons ‪Tehina 1 teaspoon Salt 1 small Lemon (juice) […]

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Calcium Sources: not just Milk

  Calcium, as we well know, is essential for healthy bone growth and dentition. The demands of our body are not always the same, but vary according to the different stages of our life. During childhood and adolescence it is of great importance to ensure our body an adequate calcium intake. For women pregnancy and […]

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Skiing in the Italian Dolomites, an amazing experience!

The first time we set foot on the Dolomites we fell in love, completely. Just imagine 1200 km of pristine skiing slopes, immaculately kept in the middle of those majestic mountains. I have not been around that much in the world but I can easily say that skiing wise, the long wide slopes of Corvara, Colfosco, […]

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Single Portions Quinoa and Roast Vegetables with marinated Pesto Chicken

These Single Portions of Quinoa and Roast Vegetables with pesto Chicken are an excellent main course especially if you have guests for dinner. They are high in proteins and completely gluten free! To make things simple you can cook the quinoa and the vegetables the day before.   Ingredients for 4/6 people:   200 gr […]

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Quinoa, the Superfood of the Mayas and Incas

Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd ) is, for botanical reasons, classified as a Pseudo – Cereal and is native of South America. Quinoa belongs to the Amaranthaceae, a family of flowering plants extraordinarily resistant to stress and consequently well suited for different climates and ecological environments, from 4,500 m altitude in Bolivia, to the plains of […]

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Butternut Squash, Quinoa, Feta Cheese and Mint Croquettes

These Butternut Squash, Quinoa, feta Cheese and Mint Croquettes are perfect for starters or for a buffet. Serve them hot with a yogurt and mint or yogurt and cucumber sauce. You can either deep fry them or bake them for a healthier version. Try them!   Ingredients for 25 croquettes:   1 Butternut Squash (roughly […]

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Mash Potato Pie

This Mash Potato Pie is well known in south of Italy and has a great feature: it’s absolutely foolproof, extremely easy to make and loved by little guests. My boys devour it every time I make it. Its ingredients might vary depending on what’s available in the fridge as long as you don’t get too […]

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