In the ?Blue Zones,? sweets are consumed asÿa celebratory food and only sparingly. If you are in need of celebratory brownies, consider making themÿhealthier and lower in refined sugar and grainsÿby incorporating black beans to provide protein, complex carbohydrates and antioxidants.
Month: April 2020
NomNom Mango salsa. You can cook NomNom Mango salsa using 12 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it. Ingredients of NomNom Mango salsa Prepare 1/2 of cucumber. It’s 1/2 small of red onion. Prepare 1 large of red bell pepper. It’s 1 of jalapeño. It’s 1 large of mango. Prepare 1 tbsp […]
This bright summer salad recipe is simple and takes less than five minutes to throw together, but it?s full of juicy flavor that makes for a perfect side dish for your barbecues this season.ÿPineapple and cucumber tie together perfectly with a punch of lime juice and a bunch of fresh cilantro.
This quinoa salad is a meal in one bowl. It features lots of foods popular with Adventists and also in other blue zones regions. Serve it for lunch or dinner.
Smoothies are a perfect way to jump-start your morning or fuel up after a nice long walk with your moai. This berry protein smoothie packs in the pea protein and is completely vegan.
Coney Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza. You can have Coney Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza using 8 ingredients and 13 steps. Here is how you achieve that. Ingredients of Coney Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza It’s 1 can of Pillsbury refrigerated thin crust pizza dough. It’s 1 can of Hormel Chili (with or without beans, your prefrence). Prepare […]
Fig and Mortadella Sandwich. You can cook Fig and Mortadella Sandwich using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it. Ingredients of Fig and Mortadella Sandwich It’s 4 slices of 100% whole wheat bread. Prepare 4 teaspoons of reduced-fat creamy butter. You need 2 of figs, sliced. You need 6 pcs of […]
This recipe was inspired by an Okinawan soup recipe made for us by Kae Izena, who owns a cooking school on Okinawa. Mushrooms are a prized ingredient on the island since they add a deep, umami flavor to dishes, and dried varieties are even beautifully wrapped and given as gifts. They are incredibly low in […]
?Mee Goreng is a popular street food in Southeast Asia, and I loved eating it on my trips to Indonesia and Malaysia. This is pantry-style mee goreng, which means it?s easy to whip up and you will probably have most of the ingredients for this in your pantry. The easiest ingredient swap here is using […]
Centenarians in the blue zones eat about a cup of beans every day and often consume a handful of fresh vegetables or greens from their kitchen gardens. Beans and greens are two of the top Blue Zones longevity foods because they feed good bacteria in your gut. Dan Buettner developed this spinach dal recipe to […]