In traditional tropical climates, especially along the coastal regions of Asia, coconuts form the basis of most culinary traditions. Most common of the traditional coconut products is homemade coconut milk made from grating the fresh coconut and extracting the milk naturally by hand or with the help of cloth. This can be made in minutes … Continue reading The Coconut Kitchen – how to cook with coconut superfoods
As a great fan of Virgin Coconut Oil I’ve been adding it to my freshly brewed black coffee for almost 10 years years now but in 2016 I switched to also adding highly concentrated MCT Oil to my morning coffee. The MCT Bulletproof Coffee ritual has been growing in popularity in the US for the … Continue reading The MCT Oil bulletproof coffee body hack
Black Seed Oil is produced from the seeds of the Nigella sativa plant and is one of the oldest herbal spices with recorded uses in many herbal systems and culinary traditions from Asia, the Middle East and Persia where it is often referred to as Habbatus sauda. Nigella sativa seeds were found in an archeological … Continue reading Black Seed Oil (Nigella sativa) – an old world herb with very modern uses.