Cherry Chocolate Bliss Balls

By Kenko
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In Detox , Snacks
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Updated April 21, 2018
A lot of on the go snacks on the market are rather quite healthy, but even still, there is no better place to control the ingredients then in your own kitchen and for half the cost (if even that much).  These absolutely delicious, they are my favourite by far, Cherry Chocolate Bliss Balls help to power […]

Dashi

By Kenko
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In Nutrition
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Updated March 31, 2018
Japan loves its traditional cuisine, whether it be adapted, borrowed or indigenous. Shun is an important Japanese concept, it means cooking with seasonal ingredients so that the produce provides the most amount of fresh flavour. This concept of Shun influences elements of taste and cooking technique so that flavour can be preserved and enhanced through […]

Umami

By Kenko
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In Nutrition
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Updated March 24, 2018
As with all natural tastes, the flavour of food is dependant on the plant secondary compounds within it, the quality of its growing environment and the time of harvest. The harsh dry climate of Cyprus in Greece, for example, produces the most outstanding Rosemary. This wonderfully aromatic herb needs to work hard to grow here, […]

Cabbage

By Kenko
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Updated March 5, 2018

Cabbage  is a flowering, four-petaled vegetable, part of the cruciferous and brassica family of plants. Most cruciferous vegetables are in the cabbage family, varieties taking the appearance of a hea

Creamy Cauliflower and Roasted Garlic Soup

By Kenko
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In Soups & Stews
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Updated February 26, 2018
If you are looking for a warming, flavourful and easy soup to make look no further. Cream soups are my favourite, mainly because of the ease there is in making them. Throw stuff in a pot and blend it up and the meal is ready for breakfast, lunch or dinner – heck even a snack. […]
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