Soupy Rice - Kanji

This is one of my favourite breakfasts. Light, easy, and quick to prepair - it gives me energy all through the morning, while giving my diestive system a break. It's a perfect way to rejuvenate and get ready for the day! You can make three different variations of this dish:

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Lisa Åkesson Stryker
Chocolate, ginger and lime cake recipe

I do have a sweet tooth, but there are different degrees of sweet. When Ayurveda talk about sweet foods, we're mainly referring to grains such as rice, bulgur, and barley. Vegetables and many root vegetables are also sweet in taste. Pumpkin, sweet potato, beetroot, and carrots are all sweet, nourishing and grounding. 

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Lisa Åkesson Stryker
True freedom - And a treat

For many of us, the holidays are an excuse to eat whatever we want and how much we want. Traditions, rituals and family agreements all suggest that this is freedom. I was once of that understanding, too. When I moved away from home and was in charge of my life, it felt like freedom to eat whatever I felt like whenever I felt like.

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Lisa Åkesson Stryker
How I quit coffee for good

Us Swedes tend to drink a lot of coffee. We even have a word for the act of gathering to have coffee and a bite to eat, fika. I used to be quite a coffee drinker as well. Recently I became very clear to me, that I really don't like the idea of being dependent on anything. May it be coffee, sugar or a person.

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Lisa Åkesson Stryker