Beef organ supplements have been gaining popularity in recent years, particularly from pastured and grass-fed cattle. Many people want to consume organs but often they do not like the taste of organs such as liver or they have difficulty finding organs from grass-fed cattle. Because beef organ supplements come as capsules or powder, they are an easy and convenient way to consume organs.
Today we present one of our favorite products. Here, everything revolves around sustainability: both of the product and of your vegetables. We are talking about the Vejibag! Say goodbye to annoying plastic bags and containers, because this bag will revolutionize the way you store your herbs and vegetables.
Dulse, also called dilliskor dilsk, is a beautiful and tasty red algae that grows along the northern coasts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Culinarily speaking, dulse is our favorite seaweed because there are so many uses for it.
Dulse or algae in general are gaining popularity because they are generally rich in trace elements. Dulse in particular “tastes like the sea”, as a friend enthusiastically said upon trying dulse for the first time.
Whey is an amazing food. Dr. Mercola summarizes the benefits of (grass-fed!) Whey protein as follows:
Date sugar , also called date sweetener, is a specialty among the various sugar alternatives. Birch sugar (also called xylitol and xylitol), stevia extract, stevia leaves, coconut blossom sugar, yacon powder and palm sugar all serve more or less as sugar substitutes. Unlike the sugar alternatives mentioned above, date sugar is a wholesome food. Because it consists of dried and ground dates. And that’s why with the sugar you also take all the nutrients that dates provide.
Gluten-free flours do exist. There are flours from corn, from rice. There is teff flour, coconut flour, almond flour, oat flour, almond flour, tapioca flour. There is flour from cherry peas, from amaranth, from buckwheat … and of course from crickets (yes, the sweet insects).
One gluten-free flour that is missing from the above list is plantain flour.
Dulse, we have often said, is our favorite seaweed. It’s pretty, it tastes great and it’s also versatile.
Among other things, dulse is great for making incredibly delicious chips. Some people even compare dulse chips to breakfast bacon in terms of taste – and indeed, we find that dulse chips can be used quite nicely as a bacon substitute.