Delicious and very easy to prepare.
This is one of the recipes that turned out much, much better than expected. It is also an easy and affordable way to get more fish in your diet. Very easy to cook, full of veggies, a comforting gravy bringing everything together, crispy herbs and topped with melted cheese, this truly is a wonderful, dieting friendly dish. Give it a try!
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Overcoming bad times with a better mindset.
Obstacles, problems, injury, setbacks, they all are part of life. Not a very fun part, but it is at it is. People life in fear of what could happen or lament to others about the problems they currently experience. However bad the situation seems, we still have to manipulate our mindset to make things just a little bit easier. How? Read on!
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A mild, yet exciting curry of unusual origin.
Many people are afraid a curry is too hot for them and therefore dislike Indian cuisine. However, this massaman curry is comforting mild, but still excitingly fragrant and not at all boring. Indian spices collide with Thai ingredients, giving birth to a very special dish. Comforting, yet interesting. The kind of food that makes you a little sad once you ate the last portion. And the best of all, it’s really easy to make and can be prepared in large batches. Enjoy!
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Rustic, foolproof and full of “the good stuff”.
Flapjacks are kinda weird: somewhere between cookie and müsli-bar. Delicious, easy to make and surprisingly satiating. Don’t be fooled by all the “healthy” ingredients like oats, fruits, nuts and honey, they still are what they are, a sweet treat totally worth the calories, but still having quite some calories. Sorry, I just hate it when sweets are labeled “healthy” and then marketed any calorie free. Anyways, enjoy these flapjack cookies, they are simply amazing!
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Featuring one weird trick to make the best chicken broth ever.
Recreating the ramen eating experience from our last trip to Japan is a quest for perfection. One can only aspire to come closer, reaching it is impossible. However it is possible to create something very tasty, nutritious and to bring the memories back. If ramen isn’t your thing (weirdo!), stay for the chicken broth recipe. A good broth has unlimited uses and I promise you there is a trick you haven’t heard of. Enjoy!
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Everything you need to know to start growing.
Building muscle is a weird thing. First it is really easy “just eat and lift heavy stuff”. Later it get complicated “autoregulation, individualisation, periodisation”. Then suddenly it everythings clears up again “find what works for you, then stick to it and be patient”. To help you to get to the last stage, I’ve compiled a few articles. We start with the basics and add advanced considerations later. Enjoy!
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Indulgend, luxurious and surprisingly easy to prepare.
Seafood and cheese is a rare combination but if done subtly and with a lot of respect for the core ingredients, it works really well. A light, cheesy sauce scented with saffron does the trick. A fragrant rosemary crust to go on top. This is a little bit of luxury, a dish of celebration. Give it a try, I’m sure you’ll love it.
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The no-fuss guide on how to shred fat.
Ahhh, weight loss … the fitness industry evergreen. I’ve written a lot on this topic over the last years as I feel there is still a lot of confusion about it. This article helps you cut through the non-sense frequently found in mainstream media and focus on what really works. The basics. Enjoy!
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A classic with a little twist.
If you need a hug from inside, you should definitely try zabaglione. Its silky texture made from egg yolks beaten over a bain marie with a little bit of sugar and wine make you instantaneously happy. Best eaten when it is cold and grey outside, it is an incredibly simple and fast dessert.
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We can’t believe it: it is our third Beary Christmas 🙂 It is a great occasion to say thank you to all the great people, friends and customers who supported us. Even if it is just by reading our blog, subscribing to the newsletter, sharing and liking our posts on social media, we profoundly appreciate it. A special thanks goes to our trainees, who despite the difficulties that 2021 brought, believed in us and kept training hard.
Team Beary Strong will take some time off from the blog and social media until January 1st, but feel free to contact us for whatever question you have or support you need to reach your goals. In the meantime, enjoy Christmas with your beloved one, eat protein and start strong in 2021! 😉
Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
Your Beary Strong Team, Chantal&Stefan