water

0
No votes yet
12 December 2014

Butternut squash is delicious food for autum and winter. It is slightly sweet and kids love it. This recipe is very simple and easy. You can serve it with noodles or rice or eat on its own. 

5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Category:
6 June 2014

This hummus recipe uses cannellini beans instead of traditional chickpeas .This is a quick and easy recipe (once you cook the beans) that makes the most delicious variation on hummus. 

0
No votes yet
21 May 2014

Nori is an edible red seaweed that is popular in East Asia, especially Japan. In the West, it is perhaps best known as the seaweed that wraps pieces of sushi.

List of Health Benefits:

Rich in protein - 100 grams of nori contain between 30 and 50 grams of protein. Protein is needed... More »

0
No votes yet
19 May 2014

Compared to other types of dried beans, lentils are relatively quick and easy to prepare. They readily absorb a variety of wonderful flavors from other foods and seasonings, are high in nutritional value and are available throughout the year.

Lentils are a very good source of cholesterol-... More »

0
No votes yet
19 May 2014

Dandelion flower health benefits:

Source of anti-oxidants.

Relieve pain from headaches,  backaches,  and menstrual craps

Relieve stomach  cramps.

Relieves depression.

A chemical compound known as helenin  may be the cure for those with a problem of reduced... More »

0
No votes yet
18 May 2014

is a highly nutritious and easy digestible grain. It contains more  iron than other grains and is a good source of zinc, calcium, manganese and B vitamins. It is believed to be beneficial to those suffering from candidiasis, a fungal infection caused by the yeast Candida albicans. 

0
No votes yet
18 May 2014

Here are listed some benefits of dandelion leaves so you can see how benefitial is to add some of them to your food.  

A natural source of minerals such as calcium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc and iron Provides the Vitamins A, B, C, and D Acts as a blood purifying agent A mild laxative for... More »