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Recept: indiase linzen met wilde groenten

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Een recept uit het boek Van Nature van Ria Loohuizen.

Ingrediënten

- 150 gram groene of bruine linzen
- 3 sjalotten, fijngehakt
- 1 teen knoflook, gesnipperd
- 4 eetlepels olijfolie
- 750 gram wilde groenten, bv. zuring, zevenblad, weegbree, wilde kool, melkdistel of dovenetel
- 3/4 liter groentebouillon
- 1 1/2 theelepel geelwortelpoeder (kurkuma)
- 1 eetlepel korianderzaad
- 2 theelepels gemalen gemberwortel
- 3/4 theelepel chilipoeder
- 2 theelepels mosterdzaad
- zout en peper

Bereiding

Kook de linzen in de bouillon met eventueel nog wat zout en peper.

Was de groenten en laat ze uitlekken.

Fruit eerst de ui en na een paar minuten ook de knoflook met alle specerijen in de olijfolie tot ze glazig zijn, en roer dan de groenten erdoor. Laat ze even slinken.

Voeg de linzen met de eventuele overgebleven bouillon bij de groenten.

Fuel

categorieën: films, Klimaatverandering, natuur en milieu

Watch the full documentary now. Eleven years in the making, FUEL is the in-depth personal journey of filmmaker and eco-evangelist Josh Tickell, who takes us on a hip, fast-paced road trip into America’s dependence on foreign oil.

Combining a history lesson of the US auto and petroleum industries and interviews with a wide range of policy makers, educators, and activists such as Woody Harrelson, Sheryl Crow, Neil Young and Willie Nelson.

Animated by powerful graphics, FUEL looks into our future offering hope via a wide-range of renewable energy and bio-fuels. Winner of the Sundance Audience Award.

The events of Sept. 11 and Hurricane Katrina factor in both visually and thematically, providing provocative anchors for the movie’s indictment of what Tickell believes is the Big Oil-cozy, ecologically indifferent Bush administration.

Johnny O’Hara’s WGA Award-nominated script doesn’t dwell on muckraking, however; it’s more focused on broadly inspiring viewers than preaching to the converted.

Interviews with a wide range of environmentalists, policy makers and educators, along with such “green” celebrities as Woody Harrelson, Sheryl Crow and Larry Hagman offer serious fuel for thought – as well as for action.

Smartly animated interstitials, memorable archival material and a lively soundtrack round out the fast-paced proceedings.