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We moved in!

We moved in!

Sunday, 4th of July 2021. We packed all our things from grandma’s house and moved permanently into our „work-in-progress“ house. It is a bit of a trade-off but still we thought it is worth it. Our house is not ready, by far not but still it made sense at this point. What do you really…

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By Phil, July 18, 2021 Philip finds his inspiration in everyday life and finds profound messages even in basic tasks.
Currently: renovating the new house

Currently: renovating the new house

As we have moved already quite some time ago and this blog is still lacking all the information and steps about it, we’ll just shortly show alle the steps that have happened so far and what our current status is (the last one is our current status): Opening all the floors in our new house…

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By Phil, April 16, 2021 Philip finds his inspiration in everyday life and finds profound messages even in basic tasks.
Intro

Intro

The international couple Our story is quite a cliche nowadays: Two students from different countries meeting on a semester abroad, falling love and so on and so on… It all started back in Sweden in 2009 when Hanna and me met and, after quite some considerations, talks and so, decided to spend our future together….

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By Phil, October 25, 2020 Philip finds his inspiration in everyday life and finds profound messages even in basic tasks.
Matcha white chocolate truffle cake

Matcha white chocolate truffle cake

This recipe is from one of my favourite books “Little Bird Goodness” by Megan May. The book is amazing and many of the recipes are part of our weekly menu. This cake is perfect for any kind of parties and surprises many with its fresh sweet taste. One cake is enough for at least 8…

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By hanna, May 31, 2020
Zucchini-Flaxseed crackers

Zucchini-Flaxseed crackers

These are my all-time favourite crackers. So easy to make and last long in the fridge. I eat the often with a soup or just like that with avocados on the top. Here the cracker is pictured with pink sauerkraut and mung bean sprouts. 2 zucchinis, middle-size 3 cups water 1/4 cup basil/ other fresh herbs…

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By hanna, September 12, 2018
Raw zucchini lasagne

Raw zucchini lasagne

This is currently one of my favorite meals since our garden is full of zucchinis. Fast to make and there is often enough for the next day too.  This recipe originally from the book “The Unbakery” by Megan May . I often vary the herb ingredients slightly if I happen to miss some of them. Here one…

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By hanna, June 17, 2018
Carrot top pesto

Carrot top pesto

 This pesto is filled with nutrients because of the carrot greens, herbs and soaked seeds. You can also use unsoaked sunflower seeds and cashews, but it is always better to soak all nuts and seed when you can. Soaking increases their nutritional value and makes them easier to digest. Handful carrot top greens, thick stems…

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By hanna, June 17, 2018
Mango strawberry cake

Mango strawberry cake

I think this fresh cake is perfect for summer birthdays. Its also really fast to make when you prepare it the day before. Base: 1/2 cup shredded coconut 1 cup sprouted dehydrated buckwheat 2 tbsp water 1 cup gluten free rolled oats 1/2 cup raisins 1 cup dates In a food processor blend coconut, buckwheat…

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By hanna, June 17, 2018
Falafels

Falafels

These falafels are raw when you use sprouted chickpeas. If you find that process too difficult you can also use boiled ones. I love these with my green salad. They are spicy so if you like you can also leave the cayenne away. 1 small onion Handful fresh parsley (or 1 tbsp dried) 1/2 handful…

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By hanna, June 17, 2018
Bieler´s broth with zucchini chips

Bieler´s broth with zucchini chips

Bieler’s Broth  3 whole zucchinis 3 stalks of celery chopped into small pieces 2 cups string beans 1 cup parsley 1 cup water Put 1 cup of pure water into a stainless steel pot. First steam string beans for about 5 minutes, then put in the celery and zucchini. Steam for another 5 minutes. Take…

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By hanna, June 17, 2018