Food Vibration is an important factor and impacts our overall well-being, the environment, our community and the planet. The way your food has been processed is not only a matter of health on the physical level but also on the vibration level. Everything you see including yourself, is made out of energy and therefore has vibration which influences your frequency.
It’s like if your turning on the radio to find your preferred song you have to tune in to the right frequency first, before you can enjoy the music. The same thing applies to food. I am splitting it into two categories. Low and high vibration. Low vibration is the state of negative qualities and high vibration is the state of positive qualities. In order to raise your vibration you have to tune yourself into the right frequency by choosing high vibration food. I am sharing more details on the following videos in two separate parts. Sending you good vibrations.
Pickles are very easy and great to prepare ahead of time plus they make a super delicious crunchy side dish for any type of meal for lunch, dinner or even a savory breakie! This cucumber recipe video will get you covered.
To pickle something, you simply need to soak the vegetables in a vinegar brine. My brine calls for water, vinegar, mustard seeds (optional) and salt, and you let the cucumbers rest in the brine until you’re ready to eat them. Letting them sit longer helps the flavors develop more, so an overnight soak is ideal, but they’re also fine to eat right away!
Don’t limit yourself to pickled cucumbers, use this recipe with just about any vegetable. You can use the recipe for okra, bell peppers, and more. Adjust the spices and be creative because there are so many possibilities.
If you want to take it to the next level and get started on your beautiful health journey by changing your diet this video will be very information for you, specially if you have kids.
In this video I am talking about how you can start a plant-based diet without feeling overwhelmed and stressed out. You will adapt to a new diet and lifestlye with smart tools and tips that you can easily apply at home effortlessly.
This video is part of the LEARN & THRIVE Series. The whole series is all about supporting and inspiring you to thrive and evolve into a new you in all aspects of life.
I am excited to announce that I have created a fun LEARN and THRIVE Series on YouTube to support and inspire you with your overall well being.
Conscious food creating workshop at BodyConscious Bkk sharing the secrets of recipes that are nurturing beyond the body that even kids will love.
You will not only learn how to create scrumptious dishes but also you will get to know more insights about the power of conscious food choices which can boost your health to another level. If you are looking to have your diet more under control and receive the foundation of nurturing recipes that you can build on by the time than this food workshop is for you.
Black garlic is created by a careful ageing process, which causes the sugars and amino acids to react, resulting in it’s dark pigment.
It has many health benefits that range from it’s strong antioxidant nature to its potential role in cancer treatment. Recent tests scientists show that chemicals in the bulb can help to reduce fatigue from exercise and even improve physical strength.
It is used in various dishes and also as a probiotic drink or medicine to cure or strengthen immune system.
The taste is deeply intense and reminds me of dried figs with a hint of tamarind or balsamic vinegar. I love to add black garlic to enhance dishes like salads, cheese platter, soups or bowls like this!
The best thing -> this magical black beauty is suuuper easy to create! Check out the recipe below. A small warning, you will have that delicious garlic smell wafting in your kitchen for the entire coking process. So be prepared to have your tummy grumbling.
Start out with 6 whole unpealed garlic bulbs. Give them a good rinse and let them dry overnight. Next, place them in a rice cooker on “keep warm” setting. Let them sit there uninterrupted for 2-3 weeks.
Check the rice cooker occasionally if “keep warm” setting is still on and that it hasn’t switched off.
Store in airtight container and keep up to 3 month.
Vegan cruising with Vegan Travel – Vegane Flusskreuzfahrten und Gruppenreisen from Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh. Traveling as a vegan specially on cruises can be challenging when it comes to food. On this cruise you don’t have to worry about that in any aspect as it is taking care by throughout the whole journey.
At Berkeley International School (Bangkok, Thailand) with these amazing peeps. Talking about what vegans eat and how easy it is to get started on a health conscious eating journey. I’m so amazed how open and preserving our young generations are to important topics like today.
Food education truly starts from a very young age which is why it is so important to teach young generations what healthy food really means and what alternatives are available. Making it clear that food is not only fuel for the body but also for the mind and soul.