What I ate Today (Home Alone Edition!) + Spanish White Bean Stew Recipe

Long time no see! It’s time to finally update the blog. Today I’d like to share another food diary, my daily workout routine, and little snippets of my life and beautiful pets. Hope you find this video relaxing and let it inspire you to eat simple, homemade food today and every day! 🙂 Ingredients you […]

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What I Ate Today + Daily Workout (Stronger than Ever, Mouthwatering Cauliflower Soup, Beans Galore)

Finally, I have another food and daily workout diary for you. This was Day 3 of working out after a long break (almost one month!) and I’ve been smashing all my workouts since I restarted. Food tastes good and I enjoy cooking once again. Woohoo! All of the meals I cook in this video are […]

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Beef Liver Recipe That Is Actually Tasty + Health Benefits of Eating Liver

  Liver and other organ meats have always been an integral part of traditional cultures because of their incredible nutrient density and health benefits. Sadly, nowadays nearly everyone thinks liver is disgusting. That’s awesome! Because that makes liver very, very affordable. I never really ate liver when I was growing up, which is strange if […]

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Healthier Gingerbread Cookies with Spelt, Coconut Sugar, and Blackstrap Molasses

I adore gingerbread around Christmas and I always look for new ways to use the super nutritious blackstrap molasses, so this recipe is literally perfect. I make it half wholegrain and use coconut sugar to make it as healthy as possible. Sure, it’s not something I would eat every day, but even as an occasional […]

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Yeast-Free Kūčiukai Recipe – A Sourdough Version of a Traditional Lithuanian Christmas Snack

For me, Christmas has been synonymous with Kuciukai for as long as I can remember, so when I started experimenting with sourdough baking, I knew I wanted to come up with a sourdough version of Kuciukai. You know that modern commercial yeast and I just don’t get along. This recipe is also perfectly safe for […]

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What I Ate Today + Workout of the Day (Overly Excited About Food But It’s Worth It)

Here’s what I ate on quite a typical day. I also did a workout for abs and some yoga stretches. Yes, I’m always so excited about food. 🙂 Food is LIFE and I’m very grateful for it. Hope you enjoy the video! By the way, I’m thinking of starting to film these What I Ate […]

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What I Ate Today + Workout of the Day (When Things Dont Go According To Plan)

I’m determined not to stage What I Ate Today videos because what’s the point in watching only videos with perfectly beautiful, sophisticated meals? Who has time for that on a daily basis? My food is always simple, quick, and sometimes my plans can change a hundred times a day. But as long as it’s still […]

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Easy Sourdough Cookie Recipe – Quick Healthy-ish Raisin and Seed Cookies

These super quick and easy sourdough cookies are a great way to use up leftover sourdough starter. I don’t like throwing anything away, so I either make sourdough pancakes or these sourdough cookies. As they are almost completely fermented, these cookies are very easily digestible and won’t raise your blood sugar as much. On a […]

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What I Ate Today (Porridge, Pasta, Chickpea and Chard Soup) + Workout of The Day

On this day, I ate my trademark oatmeal for breakfast, cooked a delicious and very nutritious pasta with tons of vegetables for lunch, and then indulged in a soothing and nourishing soup with chickpeas and Swiss chard for dinner. There is nothing fancy, expensive or exotic here. Just simple, real, homemade food. Hope you enjoy […]

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Fluffy Sourdough Pancake Recipe – How To Make Healthier Pancakes for Breakfast

If you love pancakes but worry about lack of nutrients and blood sugar fluctuations, you need to try this fluffy sourdough pancake recipe. Sourdough fermentation means that gluten is broken down, these pancakes score much lower on the glycemic index, and because they’re fermented, you also get to enjoy all the minerals that would otherwise […]

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