Organic Cinnamon Rolls


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Suddenly was thinking of Cinnamon Rolls. This is the second round I made bread without assistance from food processor. Bread making taught me about LIFE. Along with my believe in natural way of living, the best bread is when you let nature taking care of it and “no-knead” bread is the best bread if you are looking for great flavour in bread. The second best is using God-given hand, you have control over the dough and you will know when to knead more and when to stop. This is really amazing. I could not get the texture I see in breads sold outside which may be made using additives such as shortening, bread improver if I were to use machine to knead the dough. This bread is made without any additives but yet I still get the texture I want.

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Ingredients: organic bread flour, organic vanilla sugar, himalayan salt, alkaline water, non-GMO soya bean powder, organic cinnamon powder, organic raisins, unsalted butter, instant dry yeast.

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Organic Libido Cookies – Raw and Vegan


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I believe in the power of oats in immediately reducing my cholesterol level so I decided to make this and I am so surprised as this tastes so so good.

Oats is one of the most nutritious grains. Oats are full of protein and minerals and contain a soluble fibre that helps the digestive system to work at an optimum level. Oats reduce the absorption of carbohydrates into the blood stream, stabilising blood sugar levels and combating good craving. They also help alleviate mood swings, particularly those associated with PMS as oats stabilise oestrogen levels, and reduce water retention. The soluble fibre lowers cholesterol and blood pressure, boosting cardiovascular health. Oats may also stimulate the thyroid gland which produces the hormones that regulate the body’s metabolising of food into energy. Oats improve the digestive process, preventing or easing constipation. Oats help to build strong bones, teeth and connective tissue and are good convalescence, especially after childbirth as they may help to tone the uterus.

Maca is a root belongs to the radish family. Grown in the mountains of Peru. Maca is rich in vitamin B, C and E. It provides plenty of calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorous and amino acids. Maca is also widely used to promote sexual function of both men and women. It serves as a boost to your libido and increases endurance. It balances your hormones and increases fertility. Maca also known to relieve menstrual issues and menopause in women. It alleviates cramps, body pain, hot flashes, anxiety, mood swings, and depression. However, you should avoid taking maca if you are pregnant or lactating. Maca also helps your overall health by supplying iron and helps restore red blood cells, which aids anemia and cardiovascular diseases. It keeps your bones and teeth healthy and allows you to heal from wounds more quickly. However, if you have a cancer related hormones and liver issues or high blood pressures, you should consult your physician before taking maca. Maca is also good to clear acne and blemishes and decreases skin sensitivity due extreme temperatures.

Raisins provide relief from constipation, acidosis, anemia, fever, and sexual dysfunction. Raisons have also been known to help in attempts to gain weight in a healthy way, as well as its positive impact on eye health, dental care, and bone quality.

Ingredients: Organic oats, natural maple syrup, organic virgin coconut oil, organic maca powder, organic raisins.

Baba au rhum


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A small yeast cake saturated in hard liquor (usually rum) and syrup and sometimes filled with whipped cream or pastry cream. It is most typically made in individual servings but sometimes can be made in larger forms similar to those used for Bundt cakes. The batter for baba is even richer than brioche batter, and includes eggs, milk and butter. I added organic raisins in the batter. It is good to wait for 2-3 days before soaking into liquor and syrup.

The original form of the baba was similar to he babka, a tall, cylindrical yeast case (babka is still cooked in Poland and in Polish communities over the world). The name means “old woman” or “grandmother” in the Slavic languages; babka is a diminutive of baba. The modern baba au rhum, with dried fruit soaking in rum, was invented in the rue Montorgueil in Paris, Frence, in 1835 or before. The original baba was introduced into France in the 18th century via Alsace and Lorraine. This is attributed to Stanisław I Leszczyński, the exiled king of Poland.