Home Made Bread

I have made it a habit to bake bread rolls from a dough that is made the day before. I put it in the refrigerator or outside the entrance if the temperature is similar to the refrigerator. Some people have asked me for the recipe so I will try to describe it here.   Half a liter mixed grains like […]

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John Barkers and Whole Foods

This time at my visit to London we stayed at a hotel in High Street Kensington just opposite the Kensington Gardens. On our walk to the tube station of the same name as the street I was struck by the beauty of a huge Art-Deco building. The name Barkers was printed high on top and some of the floors is now […]

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Easy Milkshake

Half a liter of buttermilk a teaspoon of vanilla powder 200 grams of defrosted strawberries a tablespoon full of acai freeze-dried powder (acaiacai) A teaspoon full of liquid honey   ( All organic) All mixed with a blender. Acai berries are full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and has to be kept in the fridge in a freeze-dried form.

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Apple Orchard

Today I visited an apple orchard in the country side an hour’s drive from me. I wanted to buy apples in a big load and to see them hanging on the trees. I suppose that the petrol spent got the price up. But it was worth it to get the apples and the pictures. At home I cooked some of them and made an apple cake with whipped cream and oat crumbles. I forgot to make a photo of that, but it was good. A Danish traditional dessert.

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Smoothy & Enery Bar

I was invited to afternoon coffee yesterday at some very sweet elderly people’s home. I really enjoyed it, but I got far too much cake and as we only were four of us it was difficult for me to not eat what they had bought at a bakery shop. It took me at least 12 hours to it get out of […]

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Homemade Energy Bars

I enjoy to make my own energy bars out of dried fruit, almonds and seeds and I have it in the refrigerator to cut a small piece after training or if I would like some cake and choose this instead. Its very easy to make, but you need a food processor or a strong blender. Recipe 2 handful’s of almonds 2 spoonful’s […]

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“Gladiator Diet”

Originally posted on From one Heart to Another:
As a young person and an adult I have suffered a lot from conseqvences of the dentist using amalgam or heavy metal in the teeths fillings. What made it worse was that my father loved to use a lot of strong delutions making a lot of different things in our cellar under the house. Wooden things and things made by metal. The result was that I never felt fresh. After many years I found out that the amalgam had to be taken out. in the 90-thies I lived in Sweden with my 4 children and Sweden was far ahead of Denmark in regard to understandig this health problem. Some years later the symphoms were coming back and I got new treatments by a very wise Danish doctor by American origin. He had a medication that could neutralize the amalgam poison.I will never forget a story he told his patients getting treatment with high dosis C.vitamin. He said that a diet of “gladiator kost” would help to minimize the risk of cancer from poisening us. “Kost” in Danish is food or diet. Scelets from strong gladiators had been found in antique graves and from analizing their bones these strong healthy young men had lived on a diet consisting of dry beans, chikpeas and lentils and porridge made from barley. I am always thinking of this, when I often make dishes from these foods. You…

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