Mulberry Jam Recipe – Super Easy! No Pectin Needed

Most of my recipes are quick and easy and this Mulberry jam is one of them. The most important is the result! I usually freeze the mulberries and use them for cakes, smoothies or to make a quick ice-cream by mixing the frozen mulberries with banana and/or yoghurt but when there is more space in the freezer, a jam is a great alternative to preserve Mulberries. I couldn’t find any simple recipe for the jam so made up my own and it turned out better than expected. Enjoy! Mulberry Jam Recipe – Super Easy! No Pectin Needed 6 cups Mulberries – rinsed 5 cups sugar 1/2 cup lemon or lime… Read More

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Cake with Any Fruit – Super Moist Quick and Easy

Cake with Any Fruit – Super Moist Quick and Easy Again, this recipe is coming from my mum. This cake is so quick and easy to make that it would be a shame not to include it in my blog. You can do it with any fruit you just got, fresh or frozen. Enjoy! Add all these ingredients into onw bowl: 6 eggs 6 tablespoons oil – sunflower oil is best 2 cups of flour – I usually use the wholemeal flour or my own cassava flour (not starch) 1 1/2 cups sugar 1 tablespoon white vinegar dash of vanilla 2 teaspoons baking powder 1-2 tablespoons milk –  to make… Read More

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Homemade Sauerkraut Recipe – Very Easy

There are probably plenty of fermenting recipes. This is the recipe I learned from my mum.  Homemade Sauerkraut Recipe Fresh white cabbage – clean and thinly cut. Leave one or two healthy leaves for later. salt – 20g or two flat tablespoons per 1kg cabbage some fresh garlic thinly cut – about two cloves per 1kg *Make sure that all your tools, equipment, your hands and working space is super clean. Otherwise, the sauerkraut gets upset, it will go off and your work was for nothing. Sterelise the jar, lid and the weight you put in. Check my video below if you want to know how to sterlise jars quick… Read More

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Permaculture Cooking – Pickled Daikon Radish

Permaculture Cooking – Pickled Daikon Radish Daikon radish grows quick and easy and this makes it a great subtropical winter vegetable. Pickled daikon radish is a simple way to preserve it for later. It keeps in a jar for up to one year if done right. By the way, I use this recipe to preserve all sorts of vegetable. Enjoy! Any questions or comments? Simply reply to this post 🙂 About 1kg of fresh radish – clean, peal and cut into pieces 2 cups of white vinegar, 2 cups of water, 100g white sugar, few allspice/pimento seeds, few peppercorn seeds, a couple of bay leaves, few mustard seeds, half an… Read More

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My Kimchi Recipe

So many recipes out there! And mine is the next one 😀 But seriously, I got lost while checking all the Kimchi recipes online so I tried my own version and I am very happy with it so I need to write it down before I forget it again 😀 My Kimchi Recipe Ingredients: Wombok – Chinese cabbage – cut in cubes (keep one or two outer leaves, only the soft parts) Daikon Radish – cut into thin sticks Carrot – cut into thin sticks Shallots – cut into 4-5cm pieces Salt – 20g / 2 tablespoons per 1kg ingredients Ginger – crashed or finely grated fresh Chilli – crushed… Read More

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Tiramisu

One of Sebs favorites 🙂 This is a quick and simple recipe with such a great result! Depends on the region in Italy, the recipes may differ a little. I got this recipe from an Italian restaurant owner in Munich where I used to live. Its the best recipe ever! Tiramisu Ingredients: Lady finger biscuits strong coffee – cooled down into room temperature 4 fresh eggs 140g pure icing sugar or ground white sugar into powder 500g Mascarpone cheese 2cl Amaretto liquor – it musst be Amaretto to get the real Tiramisu flavor pure cacao for the top Distribute the coffee over the biscuits generously and on both sites Whisk egg… Read More

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Rosella Cheesecake Gluten Free

I started to make my own green banana flour since one of our banana plants broke under the heavy weight of the still not ripe bananas. Yes, we could have supported it but then, I would not have the banana flour which is super healthy, gluten free and perfect for all sorts of cakes. You can make this cake with a normal flour as well. Rosella Cheesecake Gluten Free 1. For the bottom you need: 4 Eggs pinch of salt 80 grams raw sugar or caster-sugar pinch of vanilla sugar 130 grams green banana flour or any other flour of your choice 1 teaspoon baking powder Turn on the oven… Read More

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Healthy Treat – Chocolate Walnut Bars – No Baking

Treat yourself and your loved ones with this healthy chocolate walnut bars 🙂 Super delicious and so easy to make. No baking required! I will add some more photos soon as I honestly didn’t think I will share it here. It was just one of the ideas to make something without knowing how it comes out! And it is so yummy that I have to add it into my blog so I won’t forget how I did it. Let me know how you liked it! Healthy Treat – Chocolate Walnut Bars – No Baking Ingredients: 2 cups walnuts 1 cup dried dates 1/2 cup sultanas 1/2 dried cranberries 1 tbs… Read More

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Homemade Sausage In A Jar

No chemicals, no preservatives! Only meat, herbs and spices. And so much cheaper when you do it yourself! Once you try it, you won’t buy any more sausages from the shops. We always do it from at least 3 kg of pork as you can keep the jars in a fridge for about 3-4 months but it is always gone much quicker! Homemade Sausage In A Jar Ingredients: 1 kg pork mince or nice fatty piece of pork fresh minced 1 tsp fresh ground black pepper 1 tsp salt 1 tsp marjoram 1/4 tsp caraway seeds or more – freshly ground or cut into tiny pieces 3-4 large garlic cloves… Read More

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Fermented Green Mango

Few people have asked about the recipe so here it is how I do it 🙂 Fermented Green Mango You need: Green Mango Water Salt Sterilize the jars and lids. If you want to see how I sterilize jars the possibly easiest and quickest way, check my video below. It is very important that everything is super clean, the chopping board, the knife and so on. Wash and peel the mangoes, cut into roughly same size pieces. Bring to boil water and salt, 1 table spoon of salt per 1L water. Cool it down to the room temperature and pour over the prepared mangoes in the jars. Close the jars… Read More

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