light pastry dough

Let’s make the pastry dough lighter!

Light Butter Pastry Dough For most people pastry dough is one of the most fearsome tasks in cooking. All the talk of cutting in the butter just so, adding the exact amount of water, of needing just the right touch has fueled this fear. As it turned out in the process of manipulating pie dough […]

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Portion control

How much food we eat? Portion sizes

In a balanced system when body needs to eat it will send cues and signals that the fuel tank is low and needs to be replenished. True hunger, not imbalanced cravings usually occur when there is no more food digesting in the stomach from the last meal and the body needs food to manufacture its fuel.

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coconut shrimps with spicy mango sauce

Peeling and deveining prawns

Peel and devein prawns because the vein may contain grit which makes unpleasant to eat.

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poached eggs

How to poach eggs in casserole and steam-oven

This method allows you to get your poached egg in your Lunchbox and brake it over your greens once ready to have your gourmet lunch.

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10 tricks for cooking meat

The best 10 poultry cooking techniques and tips

What would family gatherings be without the time-honored roast bird? But beyond the favorite chicken, all types poultry can be roasted. roasted duck Here are our tested tricks: Protect the flavor -  Before roasting, loosen the skin on the breast by gently easing it away from the flesh with your fingers. Press in softened butter [...]
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fasting

Fasting is part of the right way to eat

Is fasting right for you? Intermittent fasting is a pattern of eating that prescribes when food should be eaten, not which ones. Put simply, it means skipping a meal once in a while. We all go for periods in every day in which we don’t eat—we call it sleeping—and the first meal after the long […]

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TOP 10 TRICKS FOR NEW LUNCHBOX USERS

Many of our long-time customers love our Lunchboxes for one thing in particular: Day in and day out, no matter what’s going on in their lives, they know they can fill their containers with something from each food group and easily have all of their nutritional bases covered. If you’re reading this post, you may […]

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home-made breads

Homemade baked bread. Why?

Home-made bread is healthier, safer, with more fiber, less salt, no additives, and palm oil. In fact, home-made bread does not contain any additives, enhancers and flavors, and yet is much more delicious.

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k for kale

К for KALE

Health benefits of Kale If vitamins could be packaged and labeled as such, they would look very much like kale. That’s because the vitamins offered by just one cup of this relatively little-known veggie can trump a whole week’s worth of other foods: 684% of the daily value of vitamin K, 206% of the suggested […]

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G for Grape

G for Grape

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5 Lunch Tips From a Busy Mom

5 Lunch Tips From a Busy Mom

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Healthy Homemade Breakfast Muesli and Muesli bars guide

Mix and match your own healthy homemade Muesli with kids Do you like Muesli for breakfast? Whatever we say, this is the easiest, the healthiest and the quickest breakfast for the busy weeks and SURE loved by kids and students. Homemade Muesli has gotten all trendy in the past few years. The beauty of  our [...]
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