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Hawaiian Juice

Hawaiian Juice

                                  Hawaiian Juice refer to the tropical style drink, usually made by using tropical fruits such as Pineapple, Guava, Papaya, Passion Fruit, Orange and many more. Ingredients: 2 pcs Fresh Pineapple 1 Passion Fruit pulp 3 pulp Jackfruit 2 tsp White Sesame Seeds 2 tsp Pumpkin Seeds 2 tsp Flax seeds (soak all seeds for 1 hours) 1 sliced of Ginger 1 1/2 cup of Coconut water Mix

Miso Burdock and Black Fungus

  Scrub with any brush to scrub off the outer layer using a crumpled ball of aluminum foil. Don't Peel it! Shred the burdock by using vegetable peeler instead of a knife. Soaked the black fungus for 1/2 hour.   Ingredients:1/2 stick shredded burdock30 gm black fungus - shredded1 Red bird chilli (diced)1 sliced ginger (diced)1 Tbs

Raw Organic Rainbow Salad

Raw Organic Rainbow Salad

  MIXED NUTS AND ORGANIC RAW the...Raw Pumpkin 1 Whole Organic Tomato 1/2 pc  Raw Carrot shredded 3 leaves lettuce 1/4 pcs Raw Cucumber sliced 1/2 cup Pumpkin sliced thinly Walnut (soak for 3-4 hour) Pumpkin seeds(soaked) Black and White Sesame Clean all veggie and prepare in your salad bowl/plate.Just remember to add rainbow color and variety to

Raw Wild Yam

    Ingredient:500 gm Raw wild Yam -peeled and washPeeled and wash the fresh Chinese Yam thoroughly is a bit sticky, if your hand feel itchy, wash with some warm salt water. (or use hand glove) and cut into 1 inch long.  Dressing:1/2 lemon juice with shredded rind1 slice grated ginger1/2 tsp apple

Stir Fry Cochayuyo

stir fried cochayuyo

Before we start cooking "Stir Fry Cochayuyo", lets get to know what is Cochayuyo! Cochayuyo (Seaweed) Stout, hardy and very robust, the Cochayuyo kelp tops the food chain among Chile’s edible native seaweeds. Though more than 90,000 tons of Cochayuyo are harvested annually, Chileans themselves consume relatively little of the fast-growing sea plant. The vast

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)