Recept: pitabroodjes met sojabrokjes en knoflooksaus



sojabrokjes (fijn)
shoyu (zoute sojasaus)
shoarmakruiden of een mengsel van paprikapoeder, koriander, peper en komijn


yofu (sojayoghurt)


De brokjes opzetten in water en shoyu, ketchup en de kruiden toevoegen. Aan de kook laten komen.
Laten koken tot al het water zo goed als verdampt is. Minimaal 10 à 15 minuten. Als het eerder droog komt te staan, dan extra water toevoegen.

In een bakpan de ui en paprika bakken in olijfolie. De brokjes er bij doen en goed laten bakken.

Ondertussen de sla wassen en scheuren. En een sausje maken van de yofu, knoflook olijfolie en zout.

De pitabroodjes roosteren in een broodrooster of een droge bakpan.


Opensnijden en vullen met slablad, gebakken brokjes en saus.

In Grave Danger of Falling Food

categorieën: films, Permacultuur

Bill Mollison, Australian designer and author, thinks the greatest threat to our planet is agriculture. He maintains that modern agricultural practices are destroying our soil and water and produce increasingly poisonous food. His alternative is the 'permaculture' concept which turns even the smallest city garden into a fertile eco-system that can provide most of the food for an average family.

Permaculture is a design system which actualizes an environmental ethic, and which enriches the quality of human life by learning directly from nature. In this context, the term quality of life is a broadly inclusive concept which recognises that human well -being is inextricably linked to the health of the land.

"Permaculture is a philosophy and a practical approach to sustainable design in all aspects of life. It is a framework upon which to hang the ideas from many disciplines, an integrative method which enables us to design systems in which all elements work together in an integrated whole, including people, plants, buildings, animals and natural forces such as the sun and wind.".

This is not intended as an introduction to permaculture. The appendix contains a short summary of the basic principles of permaculture design.

Permaculture ultimately transgresses a debate between an anthropocentric or biocentric view of nature, as it adopts a non-dualistic view of humans and nature, where there is no division between people and nature, such that nature does not become a space hypostatised as 'other' and not 'me'. Instead, "to preserve the integrity, stability and beauty of the biotic community" is seen as a integral to preserving a viable human community.