Easiest Healthy Basic Granola

Back to basic, this is my favorite simplest Granola! Looks really plain, isn’t it? But again, it’s my favorite! The taste of fresh made granola that never had “packaged” is totally different. Probably the oil gets oxidized during the long period of time in the package. This is my wild guess, but I can smell/taste…

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Vegan Apple Lemon Biscuit Pie Recipe

Biscuit and scones, something we crave for the afternoon, or even for the breakfast! For this biscuit pie, I try not to bake apples through, leaving little fresh crispiness. By doing so, not only keeping the enjoyable apple texture, it keeps the biscuit remained nicely dry from soaking with overly cooked apples’ liquid.

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No-Bake Raw Energy Triangle Recipe

(This article was originally posted in June 2018 on old website.) Are you questioning ….. why energy bars? Why not energy balls? I’m not trying to go against the trend, the answer is, this is what I do all the time because I just don’t have enough time to roll 30 of them in between…

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Vegan Yogurt; Korean Non-Alcohol Makgeolli Recipe

Korean Makgeolli is well known milky white rice base alcohol beverage which has light sweet and fresh sour yogurt-ish flavor. I love the taste of it a lot but I am not very much of an alcohol drinker. If no alcohol, it’s a perfect daily probiotic drink for your gut health. Even better, it’s really really easy to make.

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Top Heath Benefits of Buckwheat Tea (AKA Japanese Soba Tea)

Japanese word Soba is widely known among the world foodies as the healthy noodles from Japan made with ground Buckwheat. (Just note, Soba noodles are healthy only if buckwheat content is very high with little or non wheat flour.) My grandfather used to eat Soba for lunch everyday, he kept himself very slim and illness…

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Lotus Root Veggie-Balls in Japanese Broth Recipe

Lotus Roots are quite magical food. From its masculine figure, it’s hard to imagine how this ingredient could transform into various cooking styles and bring us the joyful surprise of different flavors and texture.

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