DO IT YOURSELF

Healthy, ethical and affordable nutrition also requires to know how to self-produce (DIY) foods that we normally buy in supermarkets: for example, yogurt, vegetable milks, bread, flatbreads or sauces, etc.
In this way we save money, gain in quality as well as have a better knowledge of what we are eating and reduce packaging
So let’s get to work and become self-sufficient now

Easy homemade thick yogurt recipe, better than store bought

Easy homemade thick yogurt recipe, better than store bought

Easy homemade thick yogurt recipe, better than store bought     Time:         prep. 5 mins                   cook. 15-20 mins                   ferment. 4-8 hrs                   cooling. 12 hDifficulty:  easyYield:         for 4 servingsCost:          very low...

No-knead sourdough wholemeal spelt bread

No-knead sourdough wholemeal spelt bread

  No-knead sourdough wholemeal spelt (Triticum spelta) bread: the high hydration dough     The CHEtarian diet always advises you to choose foods that have a list of ingredients as short as possible, and that can be defined as traditional at least for some...

How to make an easy SOURDOUGH STARTER

How to make an easy SOURDOUGH STARTER

How to make an easy SOURDOUGH STARTER     Making a DIY starter, which was a fad like so many others in recent times, with the quarantine emergency, has become a must for many. This recipe for an easy sourdough starter is the one you are looking for: easy to...

Sprouts Do-It-Yourself

Sprouts Do-It-Yourself

SPROUTS: the little big miracle that happens in the kitchen      If we had to thank nature for just one food, choosing the sprouts would not be wrong. Findings dating back 5,000 years show that 'plant embryos' were prescribed and used by doctors in Ancient...

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My name is Başak, food engineer with HACCP specialization. I research the balance of diets, according to their sustainability