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On this page we will treat you to our favorite recipes, and share our experiences with products / ingredients that have a major impact on our health. The recipes will always be vegetarian but also vegan from all cooking styles in the world. As a passionate cook, Jan Hidde is always busy putting something tasty on the table. Linda is always looking for healthy products (superfoods) and how and when you use them and what it is good for. This combination of the two of us means that our recipes are not only very healthy but also very tasty,

at least we think so wink

You will notice that we regularly use the products of These superfood blends are completely organic, vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and sugar-free, and very tasty!

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Vegan Patè

Vegan Patè
This vegan pâtè is really super tasty and in terms of structure and taste indistinguishable from a real pâtè with 1 teaspoon of magic mushroom from you get an even deeper, fuller taste, but even without it it is really delicious on bread or toast. And also super easy to make

You need this:

100 grams of walnuts
70 grams of sun-dried tomatoes (in oil, or dried and soaked in water at home)
30 grams of kalamata olives
5 leaves of sage
Few turns of fresh pepper
3 tbsp water

optional 1 teaspoon yoursuper Magic mushroom Raw Cacao* (Peru), Chaga* (China), Ashwagandha* (India), Reishi* (China), Lucuma* (Peru) and Cinnamon* (India) *= Organic certified

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Put all ingredients together in a bowl or mixing cup and grind with a hand blender until you have the desired structure, if necessary add a little extra water to make it a bit smoother.


Vegetarian Surinam roti

Vegetarian Surinam roti
A vegetarian Surinam roti many will say then it is no longer roti and it has not even been made by someone with Surinam roots what so ever! And yet I made an attempt to make a delicious vegetarian roti, we love it!

what do you need:

800 grams of potatoes (slightly floury) in cubes of +/- 2 cm

1 sweet potato in cubes of +/- 2cm

500 gr green beans

4 eggs hard boiled

2 onions chopped

5 garlic cloves finely chopped

1 red pepper or use a Madamme Jeanette pepper if it wants to make Surinam hot

1 can of tomato paste (70gr)

1 vegetable stock tablet

2 tablespoons roti herbs (available in a supermarket, or make a mixture of cumin, Surinamese curry and sweet paprika powder)

400 ml of water

5-7 tbsp vegetable oil

4 Roti sheets

optional golden mellow (Turmeric * (India), Ashwagandha * (India), Ginger * (India), Cinnamon * (India), Lucuma * (Peru) and Pepper * (India) * = Organic certified)

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Fry the onions and garlic in the oil, add the roti herbs and possibly the golden mellow melange.  Add the tomato puree and stir well. Now you can add the potato cubes and mix this well again,  add the water and the pepper sliced in halve and the seeds removed. Bring everything to the boil and put a lid on the pan and lower the heat. After 5 minutes add the sweet potato.  15 minutes later the green beans let everything continue to boil for about 10 minutes until everything is cooked.  Stir the cooked eggs through. Bake the roti sheets according to the instructions on the package.

Serve and enjoy!

Benefits of Ashwagandha
There are a number of ingredients in yoursuper that are very good for your entire system, we now highlight one for you:

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera or winter cherry, a plant of the Solanaceae family) is an important herb in Ayurvedic medicine and has been used for thousands of years. Withanolides are the most important medicinal ingredients; ashwagandha contains the largest and most structurally diverse collection of withanolides of all plants. Ashwagandha is also referred to as “Indian” ginseng or “royal herb” because ashwagandha’s adaptogenic properties are similar to those of ginseng and the herb occupies a prominent place in Ayurvedic medicine. As an adaptogen, ashwagandha increases non-specific resistance to disease and physical and psychological stress (acute / chronic). Ashwagandha has a broad effect, improves the condition of body and mind and contributes to a healthy and long life. The herb prevents cell aging, is good for thinking and memory and has stress-reducing, anti-anxiety, antidepressant, neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulating, antioxidant, hormone-regulating and muscle-strengthening effects, among other things. The indications for ashwagandha are based on traditional uses, preclinical studies and a limited number of clinical studies.

Cource: Orthokennis