I don’t nearly post enough about avocados as much as I eat them, which is a shame because there’s so much you can do with avocados. Don’t listen to people who tell you that avocados are a “fatty” food and that you should eat them sparingly. Avocados are actually one of the most nutritious things you can eat, containing vitamins A, B, C, E and K, potassium, folic acid, magnesium and iron, just to name a few (more information here). They are rich in healthy saturated fats – the “good fat” that your body needs to function well and which, contrary to popular belief, helps reduce cholesterol and inflammation and plays an essential role in vitamin absorption, brain function, hormonal balance, cardiovascular health and immunity. In other words, eat your avocados without fear. This Tumblr probably says it better. My only small issue with avocados is time management: systematically towards the end of the week, they all decide to ripen at the same time and all of a sudden I have too much avocado on my hands. Not a problem! Avocado is not only for salads, there’s a lot you can do to use up your riping-soon-to-be-spoilt avocados, and here’s my top 10. Continue reading
This has been my go-to breakfast on many days since I decided to cut my lovely albeit gluten-full granola out of my breakfast ritual and still haven’t had time to learn to make my own version of gluten-free granola (but I’ll be sure to get back to you as soon as I’ve gotten around to doing that). On days when I miss cereal, I make a snazzy nut and chia seed porridge with coconut milk that I also have in my list of recipes to share. On regular days, I have these eggs.