Posts by Katayoun Pakatchi


Nut milk

Nut milk


Posted By on Aug 7, 2016

Homemade nut milk Non-dairy milk Nut milks in supermarket or even in health stores contain more amounts of sweeteners, flavors and thickeners, which can be irritable to bowels, rather than nuts. Homemade nut milk (almond milk, cashew milk, hazelnut milk, etc.) is more nutritious. It may sound demanding and time consuming but after buying the nuts, just soak them in water before going to bed and next morning go throw the short process....

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Cherry pistachio cheesecake (without dairy or sugar) Simple no bake cheesecake with chocolate and dairy, gluten and sugar free. Base: 1 cup coconut rasped 3 tablespoons pure tahin or sesame paste (without additives just sesame seeds) 5 fresh dates (otherwise soak them in water till they get soft)   Mix the dates in the food processor then add the rest and make a dough. Line a spring form of 18 centimeters with parchment. Spread the...

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Cabbage is a sulfurous vegetable which is essential for liver metabolism and estrogen detoxification. Cabbage salads or coleslaw is usually soaked in vegetable oils or mayonnaise that is loaded with trans fat or omega 6 fat which leads to too much omega 6 in comparison with omega3 in the body causing inflammation. Most people don`t eat cabbage due to its tough texture or not being to digest it well. In that case breaking its fibers...

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Eastern delight

Eastern delight


Posted By on Dec 24, 2015

Basloogh is a Persian dessert ( eastern-delight ) made with starch and sugar and the ingredients will be heated. But the great thing about this recipe is that it does not involve any heat or starch, however it tastes the same and provides nutrition. Ingredients: • 250 grams Dried figs • 2 tablespoons Rose water • 1/4 teaspoon ground Saffron • shredded coconut • 10 pieces of Walnuts/pecans • Juice of 1 small tangerine • 1/8 teaspoon...

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Chocolate spread Simple Homemade Healthy Chocolate Spread  Sugar-free without additives Commercial chocolate spreads contain harmful refined low quality vegetable oils, sugar and additives. Hazelnut naturally contains good fatty acids. You can easily make a tasty one at home. Especially in the morning for breakfast or snack a sugary food is not an appropriate choice for children than need to focus at school or gain energy for mental...

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