Deliciously filling soup with mushrooms, potatoes and cashew milk, spiced up with thyme.Nuts Contains: nuts (cashew)
Mushrooms have a wide variety of health benefits and contain a range of medically significant metabolites. Above all they are an excellent source of antioxidants, and not less important is their ability to increase your vitamin D supply thereby improving immune system function.
The antibiotic penicillin is named after and derived from the fungal species Penicillium
All-star, slightly nutty-flavoured Jerusalem artichoke (aka “sunchoke”) soup.Nuts Contains: nuts (cashew)
Jerusalem artichokes are a great source of minerals and electrolytes, especially potassium which supports your muscles and nerves, and iron to give you energy. Jerusalem artichokes are packed with inulin, a type of fiber that has been credited with a number of health benefits. With their subtle effect on blood glucose levels, Jerusalem artichokes can help curb cravings and prevent mood swings.
Jerusalem artichoke is not from Jerusalem. And it is not an artichoke either.
A perfect, refreshingly chilled appetizer with watermelon, tomato, cucumber and green bell pepper, spiced with ginger.
Cucumber is a superstar of refreshment and hydration. Rich in two of the most basic elements needed for healthy digestion, water and fiber, and an excellent source of vitamins C, B1 and K, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium… cucumber is a really great ally in your quest for good health.
Cucumbers have 90% water content.
Fresh, creamy, beautifully vivid soup, packed with vitamins.
Mint is prized for being very effective in mitigating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress, but this herb also possesses numerous therapeutic benefits including antioxidant action and anti-inflammatory effects.
Mint gets its name from the Greek mytology and the carachter named Menthe. Menta is the word for a mint in Novak’s homeland, Serbia.
INDEX: Dairy free (df); Gluten free (gf); Novak’s pick (nd); Raw (r);