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  • China,  Recipes,  Summer

    Herbal Tea Recipes

    emointhekitchen Summer has arrived, the temperature rises sharply, the heat is unbearable and it is easy to get heatstroke. Medicinal tea has a good preventive effect on heatstroke, is cheap, simple and convenient to produce, and is deeply loved by people. Make herbal teas to clear coughs and relieve the summer heat, from which everyone can choose. Chrysanthemum tea 10 grams of chrysanthemum tea. Pour boiling water, and soak for 10 minutes before drinking. Put a pinch of chrysanthemum flowers in a glass and water with boiling water. Suitable to drink 2-3 times a day. This tea drink acts as a soothing wind and dispels heat, cleanses the liver and…

  • Japan,  Recipes,  Summer

    Lavender tofu

    emointhekitchen At the turn of the season, when it rains a lot and the air pressure changes drastically, sleepless nights continue and it tends to be poor quality sleep. How about a good sleep recipe using lavender that is perfect for such a time? The scent of lavender makes you feel relaxed and invites a good night’s sleep. Using soy milk made from vegetable soy protein, the effect of soy isoflavone can be expected, and it is a recommended dish for vegans and vegetarians. Lavender is a Labiatae plant that blooms with pretty purple flowers. In addition to being used as a talisman and amulet for a long time, it…

  • Curry,  Recipes

    Vegetable curry

    emointhekitchen I’m an epileptic. My life is a mess… Antiepileptics are the most commonly used treatment for epilepsy. I was with the doctor for the first time in my life, but this time she confirmed to me that this was the last time. The doctor didn’t make a very good impression on her first visit. I first went to the doctor about three months ago when I asked to replace Depakine for epilepsy, which no longer had the same effects as previous seizures. My lady doctor prescribed pills, she prescribed Levetiracetam in the morning and 1000 mg in the evening. So, I was cooking and had an epileptic aura:), epileptic…

  • Recipes,  Soups,  Spring

    Tomato soup

    emointhekitchen According to the theory of the five elements, the energy of wood rules the spring. We mainly take care of the liver and gallbladder. The energy of wood rises upwards, in all directions, ensuring the permeability of the organism. Rising qi, which takes the good and the bad with it, can manifest itself differently in our bodies. No wonder we often have a headache in the spring, heartburn burns, we have runny noses, and we are irritable. Either we beat the unpleasant manifestations of the rising energy of spring back with medication (for pain and to soothe) or we try to alleviate these manifestations by dietary rules. And accept…

  • Recipes,  Sweet Stuff,  Winter

    Vegan Apple Crumble

    emointhekitchen It’s the season when apples are delicious. A crumble that goes well with a slightly sour apple. It’s easy to make with plant-based ingredients, so how about a little snack? First, make a sauteed apple and use it for apple crumble. 2 apples 3 tablespoons olive oil 200 of water 30g cane sugar 2 tablespoons of lemon juice cinnamon and nutmeg vanilla essence a little Peel the apples into bite-sized pieces and expose them to a little saltwater. Drain the apples and fry in olive oil. When the heat goes through and the surroundings are slightly coloured, add the ingredients, cover with a lid, and simmer on medium heat…

  • Recipes,  Sweet Stuff

    Chia pudding

    emointhekitchen I’ll show you how basic chia pudding is made from now on, so please give it a try. It’s very easy. Super easy pudding just to mix and cool! Gluten-free, vegan-friendly superfood. The feeling of pre-preparation is irresistibly delicious. Chia seeds are often referred to as “superfoods”. It comes from the desert plant Salvia hispanica and is a family of mint. The origin is said to be Central America, and it was the staple food of the Aztecs. Chia has been attracting attention lately because it is very rich in omega-3 and dietary fibre. It also seems to have a high content of minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium,…

  • Curry,  Greece,  Recipes,  Winter

    Bean curry with aubergine

    emointhekitchen Legumes are a wonderful thing! And beans in particular:) Aubergine is a popular Mediterranean vegetable, which we have long since adopted as our own. It has a delicate neutral taste and a mushroom-like structure, the flesh is fleshy and absorbs other flavours well, which is why it is often used in vegetarian dishes. And you can conjure really wonderful goodies from them… We need: 1 white bean 400 g peeled tomatoes 1 onion 2 cloves of garlic aubergine cumin garam masala coconut milk lemon juice fresh coriander(spinach, basil, parsley…) Procedure: Finely chop the onion and slowly fry it in a pan in oil. Add a teaspoon of cumin to…

  • Curry,  Grains and Legumes,  India,  Recipes,  Winter

    Curry made of red lentils

    emointhekitchen This exotic recipe, full of fragrant spices, is a good example of how to prepare legumes in an interesting and tasty way. This is what one of them might look like. You can be creative and use any seasonal vegetable. I love dishes that are simple and require little work. One of them is this lentil curry, which basically cooks itself. Just throw all the ingredients into one pan and look forward to the result. Warm curry is an ideal dish for winter sleet. You will be happy to cook food full of flavours and aromas that is really easy to prepare. You will need: 3/4 cup red lentils…

  • Dairy,  Recipes,  Salads,  Winter

    Carrot & Raisin Salad

    emointhekitchen This time I would like to introduce you to an ordinary carrot popular on business trips. Once you make it, you can eat it little by little every day. Carrots are a strong ally of women and modern people. The main thing is said to be medicinal, healthy in the gastrointestinal tract, hydrates and hydrates the body. It is a food that women want to eat every day, not to mention those who have symptoms such as dry skin, anaemia, dizziness and insomnia. It is ideal for people who tend to use their eyes excessively, so please follow the recipe. We need: (for about 2 people) 1 large (or…

  • China,  Dairy,  Recipes,  Soups

    Buddha’s Rice Soup (“Buddha jumps over a wall”)

    emointhekitchen “Buddha jumps over a wall” is a dish that dates back several centuries to the Qing Dynasty. The origin of the name is said to be: “Even a monk jumps over the temple wall because of the delicious smell.” When you smell this scent, even a monk (or a Buddha image that should not move), who is required by law to eat only vegetarian food. The scent spread to an adjacent Buddhist monastery, where the monks meditated. Although the monks may not eat vegetarian food, one of the monks is tempted to jump over the wall. The food name is an allusion to the dish’s ability to entice the…