Now that’s fresh mountain-grown birch oil from the hills of Dalarna.
Finally, this is a product I’ve been looking for…
…well no, but I love it.
We pick the leaves from the birch tree and extract the etherial oils that provide a very aromatic flavor of birch. Birch oil is then mixed with a cold-pressed organic canola oil and bottled.
It tastes spectacular mixed in butter, sprinkled on sallad or pasta, but make sure to apply it just before serving as the etherial birch oil is rather volatile and will disappear quickly if heated.
Some people have even been known to apply it as body lotion after the sauna, or so I’ve heard…
I mean it’s lunch time, and you have to eat, right, so why not …
• Toast Skagen, with bleak roe from Kalix
• Homemade salsicca and accessories
• Pancakes with whipped cream and ice cream
… and why not have them match these with suitable whines.
I mean, why not?
15 Euro per kilo for a dry and brittle veggie sausage.
How can processed vegetables become soo expensive. Soy and wheat at two-three times the price of meat products.
And why are these alternative non-meat products still soo dry and brittle. Delicious and mouthwatering, nope.
There must be a way to prepare great tasting non-meat products at reasonable prices.
How else could you ever expect the large masses to buy these products on a regular basis.
• Coffee Grinds
Just add music and you can hit the day running :-)
Moments of Happiness, Cross-Country Skiing up in the Mountains
Enduring blistering snow
Lacking scorching dessert
Princess nowhere in sight
Sight approximatelly 30 feet
Love it !!!
• Cacao Powder
• Oat milk (ICA Solhavre)
• Soy Cream (Alpro)
Chocolate from cacao powder, sugar and oat milk was easy peasy.
However, whipping the soy cream ain’t no walk in the park.
On the other hand, when you have it all down and served up, you know you deserved this treat.