Mini Matcha Pancakes

By Holistic Kenko
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In Breakfast
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Published September 22, 2018
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Updated September 23, 2018
These vibrant green gems are soft, slightly sweet and leave you feeling pleasantly full and amazing. They are such a delicious and healthy way to start a day or to enjoy with family and friends for brunch on a weekend afternoon.  I start each morning with a hot cup of whisked matcha, it awakens me, […]

Matcha Bundt Cake

By Holistic Kenko
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Published August 26, 2018
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Updated September 10, 2018

Matcha has a sweetness to it, a slight earthiness and a subtle umami hint. It is wonderful on its own, vigorously frothed it becomes a beautiful jade green and is almost creamy in its texture. Culi

Vegan Paleo Pesto

By Holistic Kenko
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Published August 10, 2018
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Updated September 10, 2018

When the basil on our balcony has finally grown into a small bush, it is a clear sign that it is time to make a lot of pesto. Traditionally made with pine nuts, fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil, Pa

Black Raspberries

By Holistic Kenko
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In Superfoods
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Published July 24, 2018
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Updated September 12, 2018
Black Raspberries Black Raspberry (Rubus occidentalis) also known as “black cap”, is native to North America (eds. Funt, R.C., et al., 2013). Red raspberry, black raspberry and blackberry all belong to the same family “Rosaceae” aka the rose family, this group or genes is called brambles in Eastern North America and cane berries in Western North […]

Reishi Mushroom

By Holistic Kenko
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Published July 13, 2018
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Updated August 21, 2018

Although plenty of mushrooms are edible, only a small percentage are worth eating. Reishi is one such mushroom, not only is very healing it is also a functional food – as it has amazing potenti

Dashi Stock

By Holistic Kenko
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In Soups & Stews
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Published June 29, 2018
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Updated September 10, 2018
Dashi is the beginning of many Japanese soups, dishes and sauces, such as miso, ramen, a seasoning to flavour vegetables, Chankonabe stew or Kaiseki (several dishes in this traditional meal require the use of dashi). There are several different types of dashi some are regional varieties while others appear seasonally.  Ichiban Dashi also known as […]

Psoriasis

By Holistic Kenko
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Published June 20, 2018
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Updated September 3, 2018

Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease, affecting approximately 2% – 3.5% of the population, that’s about 152-200 million people give or take (Menter, A., & Stoff, B., 2010

Tuscan Scrambled Eggs

By Holistic Kenko
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In Breakfast
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Published May 28, 2018
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Updated August 25, 2018
Eggs are a great source of protein, making them a wonderful dish to have for breakfast. Scrambled eggs with some butter or coconut oil and a dash of salt is just fine, but adding a little bit extra makes the dish sensational. When I was little my mom would make me scrambled eggs with some […]
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