Why put coconut oil in your coffee?

‘Bulletproof coffee’ or ‘butter coffee’ is trending among people doing keto or intermittent fasting. A spoonful of coconut oil and/or ghee in your coffee provides extra energy and satiety, allowing …

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seaweed salad with avocado

Seaweed and algae

What are algae? Algae are unicellular or multicellular organisms and can take relatively complicated forms such as seaweed. Algae do not have leaves, roots, flowers or other organic structures that …

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Matcha Japanese green tea powder and whiskey

What is Matcha?

More than Japanese green tea… An ancient secret. Matcha is Japanese green tea ground into a powder. Matcha is made from the leaves of the tea plant Camellia Sinensis. What …

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Yotam Ottolenghi with dried black lemon

Yotam Ottolenghi and dried lemon

Yotam Ottolenghi is an Israeli-British chef and author of arguably one of the best cookbooks in the world. He is known for his vegetarian culinary skills and has written recipes …

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origin of Amanprana's saffron

Origin of Amanprana saffron

Saffron is part of the cultural, medicinal and gastronomic traditions of a lot of countries, including Spain. Saffron was taken to the Spanish Peninsula more than 1000 years ago by …

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Antioxidants for beautiful skin

What are Antioxidants?

What is ORAC? Beauty inside and out. Don’t we all want to look good, feel good and enjoy life to the fullest? If you are dealing with a good lifestyle, …

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coconut blossom sugar from amanprana with low GI

What is the Bovis value?

To measure life force, or chi, there is a frequency scale: the “Bovis”. It measures the vitality of our food. The higher the better.Fresh vegetables that have come out of …

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Origin of Amanprana’s Matcha

Origin of Gula Java in Amanprana Gula Java Matcha The Gula Java in Amanprana comes from central Java, the largest island of Indonesia. Families that harvest and thicken coco blossom …

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Matcha Japanese green tea powder and whiskey

Preparing Matcha

Chado (or Sado), meaning the Way of Tea, is the Japanese art of preparing tea. The 4 fundamental principles are: harmony (wa), respect (kei), purity (sei) and silence (jaku). The …

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Saffron is precious

Saffron is valuable

1000g dried saffron represents 85,000 to 150,000 flowers: two football fields full of saffron flowers and forty working hours to pick all these 150,000 flowers. 1000 g dried saffron represents …

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