Warming Sweet Potato Stew with Poached Egg and Avocado

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On a rainy November day, I can’t think of anything more comforting than a spiced, freshly cooked stew. The combination of delicious legumes, vegetables, and greens, bathed in a deliciously flavored tomato sauce, is my way of getting through. Making a stew is probably the easiest step to a healthy way of cooking. It doesn’t require skills or special ingredients – you can use any available healthy food from your fridge and pantry, add your favorite spices, tomato juice, and you’ll have a …

Layered Pumpkin and Spirulina Smoothie

Am I the only one who roasts too much pumpkin? Autumn seems to be all about beta-carotene, and every few days I bake another batch of orange awesomeness. I’ve already used it in salads, curries, soups, and oatmeal, so I had to come up with something new to refresh our autumn menu. This lovely idea came to me this morning, when I was preparing the hemp milk for our smoothies. How about replacing the banana with …

Pumpkin Oatmeal with Chocolate Chunks

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As mornings are getting colder, and my body craves more and more warm-cooked dishes, I switched from fresh veggies and guacamole breakfasts to heartier ones – pudding, hummus, or porridge. I didn’t really have a love affair with oatmeal until this year, when I played a bit with flavors and discovered some delicious combinations. I photographed some recipes with pumpkin and butternut squash as the main ingredient, and I had some roasted batches in my fridge, so I decided to add …

Red Cabbage and Kale Slaw with Turmeric Tahini Dressing

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After a long summer when fresh tomato salad was present almost every day on our table, it was about time to change the color palette and move to another class of nutrients. The bright magenta and deep green won my heart from the moment I saw the veggies at the farmers’ market, and I promised myself I’ll even wear that combination if I manage to find clothes that beautifully colored. They hypnotized me so much that I always come back home with …

Broccoli, Turnip Greens and Coconut Cream Soup

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If anyone would ask me today what is my favorite recipe, I would gaze through the window, towards the soft tones of yellow and red replacing the summer green; I would feel a sense of coziness and would answer you – warm soup. My preferences change from season to season, and maybe I’ll tell you something different next autumn, but today my body and soul craved comfort food – a warm, hearty and flavored soup. I was tempted to make a yellow soup to celebrate the autumn coloring, but I decided to say goodbye to summer and create a …