With fermented black beans for an umami laden twist.
I think the chinese sweet and sour chicken we know is as chinese as chicken tikka masala is indian: not at all! Despite it’s lack of authenticity, it’s still a delicioius dish. I added a special ingredient to make things more interesting and nudge it a little more back to China.
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Tales of Scotland, training, education and much more.
I don’t like writing at lot on social media as I think most people (including me) are there mostly for the visual content. But quite a few things happened over the last months and I want to provide you with an update. I will cover our “Summer Escape” in Scotland, our training, further education and much more. Have a nice read, I hope you like it!
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A comforting italian inspired stew.
Sometimes it’s hard to believe that a few simple ingredients result in such an incredible flavour. But the smell of beef slowly bubbling away in tomatoes, garlic and rosemary already gives a hint of the awesomeness that is cooking up. Patience is the most important ingredient here, but totally worth it, so don’t rush anything. You will be rewarded big times!
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Fast, easy, delicious meal prep.
Sometimes you just need a simple, tasty way to get a protein rich meal done. And most importantly, a huge load of it so you have plenty left overs for several days. This recipe will deliver exactly that: delicious miso flavoured chicken with tasty leeks and mushrooms. Meal prep at its finest!
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How often should you go to the gym? A basic question, misunderstood most of the time. Most people assume “more is better” and put much pressure onto themselves, trying to hit the gym as often as possible, only to get frustrated by the high time consumption of doing so. So let’s take a look at the most important factors that influence training frequency, so you can make an educated decision for yourself.
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True superfood made easy.
Liver is a true superfood, but sadly most of us don’t like to eat it. I’ve made it my mission to change it! With a bold combination of flavours and easy-peasy preparation. Weightloss friendly, high in protein, satiating and at the same time comforting. This recipe will make you a believer, so dig in!
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Looking behind myths to find the truth.
Ahhh, nutritions myths, one of my favourite topics! The constant desire of people looking for a quick fix, biohack, or magic pill meets bad science, lacking evidence and superstition, giving birth to a never ending onslaught of diet myths. But occasionally there is something to be learnt from even the ugliest nutrition offspring. Let’s take a look!
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