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  • Austrian Apple Strudel Vienna-style

    Austrian Apple Strudel Vienna-style

    The apple strudel, or Apfelstrudel in German, is probably the most tasty cake an apple could dream of becoming one day. This marvelous pastry is a story that came to life around the 17th century, when the Ottoman Börek fell in love with an Austrian apple. Since then the Strudel of Vienna has traveled the…

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  • Lazy vegan black Paella

    Lazy vegan black Paella

    A black paella is the Barcelona cousin of the Valencia paella. The farmers in Spain used to cook in the fields the rice stew from whatever was nearby, which included mainly vegetables and snails, but sometimes also game spoils. On the other hand, in the black rice of Catalonia, the components of the land animals…

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  • Piedmont style Plin ravioli filled with borage and hazelnuts

    Piedmont style Plin ravioli filled with borage and hazelnuts

    If you happened to stumble in a traditional restaurant in Turin or the surrounding region of Piedmont, you might already tried these strange looking Ravioli, or Agnolotti del Plin as the locals named them 2 centuries ago. The word “Plin” in the local Piemonteis dialect simply means pinch, which implies that their unique shape is…

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  • Migliaccio – Naples’ Millet Cake

    Migliaccio – Naples’ Millet Cake

    Migliaccio is a traditional Neapolitan ricotta cake. As it’s name implies this cake was originally based on millet (Miglio in Italian) which was a widely cultivated grain across the Mediterranean basin, however these days most bakeries would offer a wheat based version. We hereby present our own plant-based and gluten free version of the Neapolitan…

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  • Buckwheat Crunchies

    Buckwheat Crunchies

    This cookie recipe was developed for those who are most sensitive to allergens. It uses 2 forms of buckwheat to give it an interesting texture and a high overall nutritional value inherent to these precious seeds. It is so simple to make so that anyone could give it a try, even if you never cooked…

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  • Mochi Cake

    Mochi Cake

    Mochi is the general name of a rice “cake”, i.e. a mash of rice. In ancient times it was a form to preserve leftover cooked rice invented by the Chinese. However, since many centuries already it is made on purpose for making traditional Japanese confections, Wagashi in Japanese. Along the years the name associated most…

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