Voedselencyclopedie

inhoud

Recept: rauwe cacao-bananenshake

Amanpranacocosvet

Niet alleen lekker voor Raw Fooders en gezondheidsfreaks!

Ingrediënten

15 goji berries
1 banaan, zo rijp mogelijk
3 dadels
1 theelepel extra virgin kokosvet (Aman Prana)
1/2 theelepel hennepzaad
1 theelepel blond lijnzaad
1 theelepel rauw cacaopoeder
5 amandelen
water

Bereiding

Zet de goji berries en de dadels de avond van tevoren in water te weken.

Doe alle ingrediënten in een blender en voeg net zoveel water toe tot alles onder staat. Zeker 1 minuut op de hoogste stand mengen.

Serveersuggestie

In plaats van cacao kan ook carobpoeder gebruikt worden.

PS - Alle ingrediënten zijn verkrijgbaar op de boerenmarkt in Amsterdam, elke zaterdag op de Noordermarkt en bij Mastercare (zie links hieronder).

Local Food - How to make it happen in your community

categorieën: Biologische landbouw, Permacultuur, Tuinieren, wereldvoedselverdeling

local-food

Auteurs: Tamzin Pinkerton & Rob Hopkins
Uitgever: Transition Books
ISBN: 978 1 900322 43 0

Van Rob Hopkins, de auteur van 'Het transitiehandboek', is een nieuw werk verschenen. Een Nederlandse recensie volgt nog.
Het boek is te bestellen via permacultuur.nu. (Zie links onderaan pagina).

Van de site transitionculture.org:

Local Food provides inspiration and practical advice for creating local food initiatives – showing how to restore and establish community networks to generate healthy, locally produced food.

Many people already buy their vegetables as locally as possible, eat organic and seasonal food when they can, and are perhaps even getting to grips with managing an allotment. However, with current economic pressures and mounting concerns about climate change and peak oil, there is a growing feeling that we need to do more to reduce dependence on the global market.

Local Food offers an inspiring and practical guide to what can be achieved if you get together with the people on your street or in your village, town or city. It explores a huge range of local food initiatives for rebuilding a diverse, resilient local food network – including community gardens, farmers’ markets, Community Supported Agriculture schemes and projects in schools – and includes all the information you will need to get ideas off the ground.

Drawing on the practical experience of Transition initiatives and other community projects around the world, Local Food demonstrates the power of working collaboratively. In today’s culture of supermarkets and food miles, an explosion of activity at community level is urgently needed. This book is the ideal place to start.

You can read Rob Hopkins’ introduction to the book transitionculture.org/.