Green or pink in colour and deliciously sour in taste – rhubarb is an aromatic pleasure, has many fans but also regularly causes confusion – several supposed facts have sprung up about this versatile perennial. We decode the 5 biggest myths about rhubarb.
Tortilla time! Get carried away to a spring-fresh parade with our grape and avocado wrap made with grapes, avocado, papaya, berries and chilli! Feel like some sunshine and spectacular snacks? Then try our quick recipe.
New year, new spring! It’s the perfect opportunity for a fresh start and renewed motivation. Is there something that you’ve always wanted to try? After a long winter, what would do you good and improve your wellbeing? Spring is the ideal time to look at your own personal bucket list!
There is ongoing controversy over whether or not drinking tea contributes to osteoporosis. Currently it’s recommended to consume tea and other caffeine containing beverages in moderation as they may decrease calcium absorption which contributes to bone loss. However, an updated meta-analysis may poke holes in that recommendation.
Crêpes with fruit and vegetables instead of chocolate? Yes, you read that right – our buckwheat crêpes and grape salad, made with strawberries, grapes, radishes and spinach, are delicious proof that it pays to experiment in the kitchen!
The prickly tropical fruit jackfruit is currently a hit on the veggie scene, where it is lauded primarily as a versatile substitute for meat. But what lies behind this trend? Today, we have 5 important facts about jackfruit for you.
So you thought that red cabbage was only to be eaten as a side to rich home cooking? Raw and finely grated, this red vegetable plays the starring role in this fresh and crunchy blueberry and red cabbage bowl.
Maybe you’re longing for spring and looking forward to more heat and light? Be patient! There are lots of activities that can be enjoyed together when the temperature drops. Here are our 5 ideas for family winter activ.
When you hear the word “nitrate,” it probably has a negative connotation. According to research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, naturally occurring nitrates may be helpful in reducing nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Do crunchy beans and juicy oranges really go well together? Because we love unusual food ideas, we had to try this out. The result was our recipe for orange and bean salad, accompanied by chicken, tomatoes and a few other ingredients. We love this surprising combination as it tastes delicious!