Konichiwa, mi amigos.

Take off with a Japanese and mediterranean influenced Matcha tea set up.
Benefits from several places of the world are combined in this:

• Matcha tea with cashew milk and cinnamon.
That recipe is irresistible easy to make, high on chlorophyll and full of antioxidants. Due to the caffein, have maximal one cup a day. And remember, the tea is high concentrated on elements including the buying price. Look for quality products – as always in life. Half a tea spoon per serving is by far enough.
Caution: If you are tired, Matcha tea is no long lasting solution. You think, the caffeine boosts your power. But it does not, it just plays a movie with your mind. Biological you are living on a body credit with a high interest rate, what will be paid back and you won’t get around that. Caffeine does not replace high nutritional food and sleep!
• Sun dried tomatoes dip with fresh herbs and olive oil. A great flavory vitamin B1, B6, C, E, potassium and carotene boost in one. Dried veggies also have a high concentration in minerals and vitamins. You just need “some”.
The tomato flavor with salted, fresh herbs is world class good and fits to almost everything tasty.

Manual:
To brew Matcha tea, use water round 80°C and a battery powered blender stick to gain loads of foam.
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Microblender: http://amzn.to/2w8BRvC

Self made cashew milk can be quick and simple done in a Vitamix. Use a cup of cashews, water, some dates and little honey or xylitol for sweetness.
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The dip also is a Vitamix result of sun dried tomatoes, olive oil, oregano leaves, basil, rosemary and a garlic clove, himalaya salt and some water for the right consistency.
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Basil and other herbs: Grown your own 🙂

Enjoy!

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