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Raw Kelp & Jicama Pink Salad

      Ingredients: 1 large piece kelp (soaked, wash kelp thoroughly under running water, and wash again inwarm water for 5 minutes drain and cut into long strips )organic cabbage-shredded1/2 fresh fennels -cut strips1/2 carrot -shredded1/2 jicama -cut into stripssome lettuce1/2 cucumber-cut into strips1 slice ginger5 roselle flowers - calyx, the red outer

Raw Pumpkin & Kelp Salad

  Ingredients: 1 long piece of Dried Kelp 1 full Cup Raw shredded Pumpkin Hand full of Cilantro or Parsley (finely chopped) 1/2/ tsp Black Pepper 1/2 tsp Sea salt 2 tbsp Organic Caulif 1/2 pc Lemon Juice 2 slice Ginger (dice) 1 Bird Red Chilli (dice) if wish to add 1 tbsp Light Soy Sauce 1 tbsp Sesame Oil Some toasted Sesame Seeds Serve

Treasure Under The Sea – KELP

Benefits of KELP Kelps grow in underwater "forests" (known as kelp forests) in shallow oceans. Kelp is a variety of seaweed (algae) that can be found on rocky shores throughout the world. Therefore, we called it the "Treasure Under The Sea". The plant can grow as much as two feet per day, ultimately

I love Onigiri

I love Onigiri because it is easy to make and nutritious! Cook 2 cups of Five gains brown riceFor filling :Diced some raw corn, carrot, cucumber, kelp, asparagus or any veggie you love.add  1 tsp of sea saltor 1 tsp of misoORadd this miso-burdock in your Onigirimiso-burdock-and-black-fungus Method:Cook steamed multi-grains brown rice. Put about

Healthy Raw Kelp with Coriander and Chilli

  Ingredients: 1 large Dry Kelp Coriander Leaves finely chopped 1/2 pc Lemon Juice 1 Tbsp organic Apple Cider 1 tbsp Organic Raw Sugar (or other sweetener of your choice optional) 1 Bird's Chilli and 1 Red Chilli - dice 2 slice of Ground Ginger 1/2 tsp natural Sea Salt   Method: 1. Soak for 30-40 minutes (soaking depends on the thickness of the kelp)

Famous Penang Asam Laksa VEGAN

Famous Vegan Penang Asam Laska

Famous Penang Asam Laksa VEGAN Asam is the Malay word for anything that makes a dish sour. Laksa typically uses Kokum (Asam Keping) which is a type of dried slices of sour mangosteens. Asam = Assam. There are variants of Asam Laksa, but we are referring to Penang Laksa (the famous one), which is a spicy noodle soup that

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