Fattoush salad

Hello everyone, Here I am after a long absence. I chose to limit my activity on social networks this summer so I could devote myself fully to the writing of my thesis and studying for my nutrition exam. Before the fall finishes settling down, I wanted to share with you this refreshing recipe that will…

Palestinian dill, almond and cranberry salad

Hello everyone, Here I am again after a wonderful trip to Israel, the West Bank and Jordan, from which I brought back the recipe I am presenting today. I discovered this wonder at the end of my stay, in a Palestinian restaurant in Tel Aviv. I was intrigued by the combination off dill, almond and…

Salad dressings

Adopting healthier eating habits does not necessary involve high expenses. Yes, fresh products from organic farming are more expensive than their non-organic counterparts. But have you thought of substituting some common processed foods with raw ingredients? Indeed, good quality raw food is necessarily cheaper than products that required several refining operations, as these involve more transport,…

Gluten free tabbouleh

I love Lebanese tabbouleh, light and fresh, miles away from the awful, oily pre packaged ones from supermarkets. When was on the candida diet and had to stay awy from foods containing gluten, I imagined this recipe where the couscous is replaced with amaranth, a nutritious, tiny seed! As the experiment was a success, I have decided to share…

Japanese freshness: cucumber, wakame and sesame salad

Here is one of my favorite salads, a classic of Japanese cuisine. Refreshing, simple and quick to prepare, it will be great for your sushi and okonokiyaki nights, or as a side to a bowl of ramen. Rich in fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and trace elements, seaweeds are nutritious in addition to being delicious. Cucumber contains antioxidants, copper and…