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when it comes to food, don’t we all wish to keep a simple, healthy, quick and easy diet no matter who we are ? that sounds ideal, so how to maintain such a diet in real life? today i’m diving into this topic, trying to break down some of my best tips on how you can simplify your diet, at the same time as staying energised, fit, and above all – satisfied. 

i talk about:

  • get to know your taste buds !
  • keeping a clean and organised kitchen !
  • try raw – it doesn’t get more nutritious and easy !
  • how to simplify your kitchen ?
  • figure out what equipment you need for your staple dishes, but skip the rest !
  • be clever with how to eat varied without complicating things !
  • meal prepping equals time saving !
  • how snacks save us from getting hangry and slip into old habits ?!

i hope this gave you some ideas on how to stay happy and healthy ! do you have any secret tricks to share with us, please do !

love // jenny

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  1. Susan Holliday

    Hej Jenny!
    I love your videos, they are so upbeat and practical and so beautifully filmed
    Here are my gluten-free, vegan summer go-tos
    2 handsful of brown rice and red lentils simmered for about 1/2 hour
    1. for breakfast add sunflower seeds, or almonds, berries and soy milk or yogurt
    2. for lunch add salad greens, grape tomatoes, sugar snap peas with a dressing of olive oil, nutritional yeast, salt, sometimes turmeric and fresh herbs–with an apple or
    orange and tea makes a great packable lunch for work.
    3. for dinner add raw ear of corn on the cob, more tomatoes and berries and soy
    yogurt with cinnamon and agave for dessert

    I also really love buckwheat pasta cooked with frozen edamame, seasoned with olive oil, nutritional yeast and a little salt. This is good hot or cold.

    If I’m in the mood for something really sweet, I mix 1/4 cup agave, a little lemon juice and cinnamon with around 2 cups of berries in the blender and freeze for about an hour–sorbet!

    Happy cooking, eating and blogging!

  2. since I have to eat gluten-free I’m realy eating simple food cooked and prepared by myself. It makes such a huge difference.

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