Recently, a friend made a post in which she showed the contents of her fridge. Following her invitation, I will let you peek into mine today. So, what do we have in there?

In the top shelf:

container of lamb’s lettuce
bag of spinach
box of chicken in anise and onion marinade

In the bottom shelf:

containers with organic butter and miso
white and green asparagus

In the vegetable drawer:

bag of organic lemons
red bell pepper (which needs to be finished off next)
Pink Lady apples
more carrots (hiding underneath)

In the door:

jar of mustard
bottle of lime juice
stylish bottle of Kikkoman soy sauce (my favorite)
tube of wasabi
piece of fresh gingerroot
pot of diluted cream

On the fridge:

kabocha squash
pot of fresh basil
bottle of roasted sesame oil
little jar of shichimi togarashi spice mix
James the blender (you can only see his feet)

And what do we do with all that spinach and a banana, with the help of a blender?

Spinach and Banana Protein Smoothie

2 glasses


1-2 big handful of spinach
1 banana
125 ml (1/2 cup) almond milk
175 ml (3/4 cup) water
2 tbsp protein powder (I used rice protein powder)


Blend and enjoy. (And yay, Kristina, it really gets that green! )

~ moving on to some questions … ~

Q: What do you consider healthy eating?

Plenty of fresh vegetables and some fruit, healthy fats, sufficient and easily digestable protein, high fiber and some complex carbohydrates, low sugar and starch, low PUFAs and anti-nutrients, plenty of herbs and spices, as few processed foods as possible, base excess. Taking time for eating and enjoying the meal.

Q: Do you consider your diet healthy?

Yes, meanwhile.

Q: What’s your favorite healthy food?

More than one: winter squash, carrots, spinach, onions, ginger, garlic, chicken, fish, almonds, butter, basil, parsley, just to name a few. Look at my tags list!

Q: What’s one thing you could do to improve your diet?

Eat more regularly.

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