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.

To brew Matcha tea, use water round 80°C and a battery powered blender stick to gain loads of foam.
Matcha: http://amzn.to/2w92u3C
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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Dates: http://amzn.to/2v63hW0
Xylit sugar replacement: http://amzn.to/2vgqTbb

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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Olive Oil: http://amzn.to/2uHvEsV
Basil and other herbs: Grown your own 🙂


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