E stasera si va di polenta taragna ( di mais e di grano saraceno )con hummus di lenticchie rosse di montagna e noci 😋tutto homemade la polenta e l ‘hummus. È la prima volta che la condisco così e l’ho deciso all ‘ultimo momento usando l’hummus fatto ieri e le noci acquistate stamattina al mercatino di Sturla . È un piatto leggero eppure saporito, hummus,polenta e noci si armonizzano bene. Dosi per la polenta: 300 gr di farina bramata di mais bio, 100 gr di farina di grano saraceno, 1 lt e 600 ml. Di acqua bollente e un po’ di sale grosso rosa Himalaya. Metto l’acqua bollente nel Bimby aggiungo un po’ di sale grosso rosa , 1 o 2 cucchiai di olio di oliva extravergine e inizio a versare a pioggia le due farine a velocità 2. Versata tutta la farina rigiro bene anche con la spatola e imposto velocità 2 temperatura 100 gradi per 40 minuti circa. Appena è pronta verso in un contenitore di vetro ungendo leggermente la superficie. L’ho scaldata in padella con pochissimo olio evo , tagliata a fette sottili su cui ho messo l’hummus, un filo di olio evo (extravergine)
E poche gocce di tamari (salsa di soia). Ho messo il coperchio per scaldare pochi minuti il tutto. Ho impiattato aggiungendo sopra la polenta noci di Grenoble dopo averle sgusciate. Da provare per la leggerezza della ricetta e la sfiziosità! #polenta#polentataragna#glutenfree#glutenfreerecipes#healthyfood#healthylifestyle#vegan#veganfood#vegano#plantbaseddiet#vegans#vegansofig#veganrecipes#veganism#veganfoodshare#vegansofinstagram#hummus#lentils#easyrecipes#govegan#goveganfortheanimals 💚🐷🐮🐣🐖🐗🐰🐔🐟🐬🐋🐵🐐🐏💚 #govegan 💚🙏🌱 #animallovers
El hummus es un alimento de origen árabe con múltiples beneficios para nuestro organismo. Es una muy buena fuente de proteína y aporta altas dosis de minerales como hierro, calcio, magnesio y potasio, así mismo vitamina B y tiamina. Gracias a todo esto tiene efectos increibles en nuestra mente y cuerpo ya que sirve como antidepresivo y antioxidante, además de reducir el colesterol y el riesgo de cáncer. Lo mejor de hummus es su exquisito sabor y las distintas formas que puedes consumirlo. Invitamos a que lo pruebes y que lo conviertas en parte de tu dieta saludable 😋
Buffet dinner for my Papa’s birthday after watching Elf the musical 🙌🏼 kale salad with tahini dressing, potato salad, @lindamccartneyfoods beef wellington bites, Christmas pretzels, hummus, olives & cous cous 🌱🤤 the dreamiest plate of food 👌🏼 meals composed of lots of different elements are 100% my favourite 😍 anyone else agree? ✨
If you’re ever in the mood for some arab style food and in the Manchester area, then #Jaffa on Wilmslow Road is the place. This joint is always busy whenever you go which means the food is always fresh. I just love the salads and hummus they have which is always a must with any main course you decide to get. It may not be to everyone’s taste though as being arab food it is plain/normal in taste so if you like your spice and flavour then not the place for you 😊💁🏻♂️
We got the chicken shawarma, spicy lamb fatayer, salad with hummus (obviously) and a side of chips. All this came to a nice £16
Got to try this new spot called CoreLife Eatery in Garden City yesterday and I loved it! They’ve got vegan and vegetarian options as well as healthy food that tastes good! Pictured here is the Mediterranean Salad Bowl and the Tuna Poke Fire Rice Bowl 😍 the portion size was definitely big and fulfilling, however I wish they gave more than two falafel balls with my bowl. Overall, I’d still go back and recommend to others 👌🏽😝
More amazing deliciousness from Nicole. Roasted beet hummus. Quick prep and great with naan. Here’s the recipe: https://foodadventuring.wordpress.com/2018/12/14/roasted-beet-hummus/ #homemade#hummus#foodblog
breakfast bowl ✨ switched it up from coyo to icelandic yogurt and I will definitely be having this a lot more....topped with crushed walnuts and coconut, banana slices, raspberries, and vanilla bean hummus 🙌🏻 🙌🏻 the best stuff, happy weekend!
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Why I became Vegan 🌱
I know you all have seen my stories and how drastically my lifestyle has changed over the past few months. I’ve been getting tons of questions but I wanted to make sure the path I chose was the right one for me and something I would really enjoy and stick to.
For those who have been following me for the last year knows I had been struggling with digestion issues. I saw my doctor and she gave me prescriptions that didn’t even work. I would be constipated for a week or more at a time. I literally tried everything in the book to help my body except for changing my diet.
Finally as a last resort my doctor submitted a referral to be seen by a Gastroenterologist. This referral took some convincing on my end because I am young, in good physical condition and I also live a healthy lifestyle. My doctor really just wanted to keep giving me laxatives but I refused because I knew something was wrong and I didn’t want to rely on medication at all to help me go.
Within minutes of meeting my GI doctor he ran through a series of questions and then proceeded to ask me if I would consider, before any procedure or testing, to switch to a plant based diet. He came to the conclusion that my body no longer could process animal proteins and he wanted me to try becoming Vegan. Honestly, I hadn’t even considered it up until he mentioned it. I actually respected him so very much for his suggestion as he wasn’t going to submit me to more meds and tests but instead offered a holistic approach to my health. So, I said yes, I’ll do it.
I left his office that day feeling motivated, this was my last opportunity to help my body fix itself before I had to go into more invasive measures. I began my transition that very day.
I am not a wasteful person so each day I made my way through some foods that I had which contained dairy or egg until they were all gone. I bought vegan cookbooks and started following as many vegan pages on Instagram I could find. I bombarded my vegan/vegetarian clients with questions. I completely submitted myself to this journey.
Today, I’d say, I’m 100% vegan, no digestive issues, and found my love for all things vegetables again. #vegan
Hummus tell you, I’m pretty falafull. 🥙🤤 My main mission for my 22 hour layover in Abu Dhabi was to find the best Arabic food, and boy oh boy, did I.
I got the special hummus topped with tomatoes, onions and a litre of olive oil. It comes with little pita breads that are the texture of clouds and tangy pickled veges. I also got the falafels, and all I have to say is oh hot damn. If that wasn’t enough, I also got the chicken shawarma which was DELIGHTFUL. It’s not pictured here because I was too busy eating it but it’s been voted the best shawarma by Zomato. So believe me when I say, oh hot damn x 2.🔥 I prepped for two things before hand:
1. Go with an appetite.
2. Go with no sense of shame for when after you order the waiter says “all this, only for you?” Yes sir. My body is ready.
And now, my body is full. Time for a nap before eating some more. 😴 - @uroozagram