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.

Mission Blue, Sylvia Earle

categorieën: films, natuur en milieu, personen


Mission Blue is a global initiative of the Sylvia Earle Alliance, a organization, which was formed in response to Sylvia Earle’s 2009 TED Prize wish. Dr. Earle urged people “to use all means at your disposal — films, expeditions, the web, new submarines — to create a campaign to ignite public support for a global network of marine protected areas; Hope Spots large enough to save and restore the blue heart of the planet.”

Currently, the Mission Blue community includes 50+ respected ocean conservation groups and like-minded organizations — from large multinational companies down to individual scientific teams doing important research.

 Mission-Blue.org is an ocean community hub that seeks to make good on Sylvia’s wish by elevating public awareness about critical ocean issues and inspiring support for organizations, projects and scientific expeditions that make a positive difference for the ocean. Decades of overfishing, pollution, climate change, acidification and other human pressures threaten the fundamental nature of the ocean — and therefore threaten the future of humankind.

 We encourage all global citizens who care about our oceans to reach out and support Mission Blue in any way they can. Presently, approximately 2 percent of the ocean is fully protected; five years ago, that number was around 1 percent. With concerted effort and passionate people, we can continue this positive trend and help create a global network of Hope Spots, the seeds of tomorrow’s healthy ocean.