Emma Elwin's recipe for keeping calm on a sunny afternoon (8.5 months pregnant).
After doing some research about teas that are good for a pregnant women, I found loads of articles about the benefits of drinking raspberry leaf tea. As a firm believer in curing everything with different teas I sent my boyfriend to buy a bag of raspberry leafs (that looks a lot like another kind of leaf…) I might just call it that – a pregnant woman’s Mary Jane. Not just because of the actual resemblance, but since it contains a substance called Oxytocin. This wonderful substance makes you calm and relaxed (my favorite feeling that I normally only get from hours of surfing).
Since the tea is supposed to prepare the womb for the birth of the baby it is not recommended for pregnant women to drink it before week 35. Now when we are experiencing some summer heat in Stockholm I have been making ice tea out of it with a slice of lemon instead and the taste is just as good cold.
Elenore Bendel Zahn's Veggie Stock Powder and Soup Recipes
Earlier this week, we posted an interview with plant-based foodie Elenore Bendel Zahn. Here are two of her favorite recipes!
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It’s the Season to Indulge in Oven Roasted Fruits and Veggies
Every Friday, Sofia Wood shares her best cooking ideas here on Make it last. This week is all about hearty and comforting veggie roasts.