While staying home, due to COVID-19 lockdown, I decided to start a new project that I had been thinking about doing for a long time.
To begin with, my passion for cooking was born a long time ago. When I was little I used to help my mom in the kitchen and eventually, I learnt from her how to prepare simple but delicious Bulgarian dishes. Thanks, mom!
Here in England, I found huge assortment of fresh and conserved products that are ready to use. Also, markets for fresh veg and fruit are a good place to shop for all needed goods.
I don’t aim to compare with food bloggers or experts. My goal is simply to share my experience in preparing budget and at the same time, delicious meals quickly.
Keep in mind my intercultural experience, travelling to most of the European countries, has influenced my recipes and they’ve converted into some sort of fusion cuisine.
No more talking…let’s start cooking my favourite dishes!
Enjoy! Stay tuned. I will add recipes daily.
You may be here because you are a CBD user and you are wondering how the name and content of my site are connected to CBD hemp oil.
Everybody can put a helpful twist on your favorite recipes by adding CBD hemp oil to your daily DIY foods. CBD is fast becoming the biggest wellness trend in the UK and globally and people everywhere are looking for ways to add CBD to their diet every day.
As I use CBD daily, I’ve tried to add it to my recipes too. So, it is up to you to choose whether to use or not. It will be mentioned as optional. The cost of CBD is not included in meal cost.
Do you enjoy home cooking?
Are you familiar with CBD hemp oil?
When you cook with CBD oil, just have in mind following notes:
The more refined oil (i.s. the decarboxylated and filtered oil./Blue and Gold Label) is best for all cooking applications;
Strong flavors can handle the addition of the less-refined CBD oils (Green Label) a lot better than subtly-flavored foods. So if you’re cooking something very herb-forward, an unfiltered oil can be a great choice since it contains more amino acids and vitamins than the filtered version. If you’re sensitive to flavor, however, and want to incorporate the product into something more delicate, stick to a filtered extraction;
Whether you’re making dish for one or for ten—just put about 3/4 teaspoon CBD oil for every serving;
Don’t place CBD oil over direct heat. While warming the oil may increase its effectiveness, heating the oil too high can cause it to loose terpenes, volatile compounds that work in tandem with the CBD to increase the medical potency;
Sauces and garnishes are the way to go when you’re cooking with CBD oil. (But to make sure you’re getting your full daily allowance, just make sure to eat all your sauce.);
Mixing the oil into another ingredient is a better option for flavor’s sake, but simply drizzling it on top of a soup, stew, or porridge.
If you are newbie at CBD and wanna know more about what is CBD oil or how does CBD oil work follow this link.
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