Carrot Miso Soup

Today I miss to buy some ingredients to make a dish I wanted to prepare. I’ve been reading the amazing benefits about carrot juice, so I found some left overs and I came out with this yummy and nourishing soup.

Carrot Miso Soup


  • 1 cup Carrot juice (freshly pressed)
  • 1/4 cup Green Thai coconut pulp
  • 1 tablespoon Chickpea miso
  • 3 Medium okra (cut into 3mm rounds)
  • 1 tablespoon wakame (soaked for 5 minutes)


Step 1
Blend the fresh carrot juice, coconut pulp and miso until smooth texture. Then mix in the okra and wakame. Reserve some for decoration.

Live Funky Bars

Funky Bars


  • 1/2 cup walnuts ((soaked for 6 hrs on fridge-sprouted))
  • 1/3 cup pumpkin seeds ((soaked for 6 hrs on fridge-sprouted))
  • 2 tablespoons chia seeds
  • 4 Medium medjool dates ((pitted soaked for 1 hr- if not soft))
  • 2 heaped tablespoons cacao butter in chunks
  • 3 drops anise essential oil (food grade please)


Step 1
Place all ingredients in food processor and puree until a batter sticky consistency. Check that the batter can stick to each other and not crumble.
Step 2
Using a square cookie molds (the cost $5 hk dollars in cake shops), make a ball with the batter, bigger than the mold.
Step 3
Press the batter into the mold as much as you can and leaving a bit of it on top.
Step 4
Use a metal scraper and remove excess from top.
Step 5
Press with your two fingers and release it. This method allows you to place directly into dehydrator or set into the freezer while keeping space.
Step 6
This method inspire me because most of people living in Hong Kong, (like me) have very small space to keep things, specially fridge. You can also play and top with seeds, nuts and super foods.

Amazing Chocolate Truffles (nut free)


  • 3/4 cups cacao paste ((melted banio Maria))
  • 1/3 cube coconut flower nectar
  • 1 Medium Ripped avocado


Melting Cacao Paste
Step 1
Melting Cacao Paste Banio Marie
Slowly melt the cacao pate in banio Maria, until is on liquid form. You can use your dehydrator at 105, to slowly melt the cacao paste.
Step 2
Adding Coconut Flower Nectar
Incorporate the coconut nectar with the paste and slowly mix with a spatula to incorporate the flavours.
Step 3
Mixing Avocado With Paste
Place avocado and cut into chunks and move ingredients into blender and mix until well incorporated
Step 4
Place mixture into a bowl and set on freezer for 2 hrs, roll in to 1/2 inch truffles and enjoy. You can add coconut flakes or cacao powder, chia, hemp seeds, cacao nibs on top for more variety of flavour and fun!



Just sharing a way to make your smoothies look more cool and yummy. Make combinations with different fruits and super foods and make the joy of making food more fun!


1/2 Cup Frozen Mango in Cubes.
2 Tbs Coconut Nectar or your favorite sweetener
1 Banana 16 oz of water
2 Tbs of any green powder (wheatgrass, spirulina, etc)



Place all ingredients (exclude green powder) blender and mix until smooth. Serve in to glasses but reserve like 1/2 a cup and blend with green powder. Use a silicon pastry syringe and fill the green color and pipe it around the top of glass to make green drop Serve with your favorite glass straw and share with your friends!





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