It is cold and rainy outside and just like the little mouse Frederick (children’s book by Leo Lionni), we like to think back to the summer, the sun, the holiday and all the delicious things we ate there! Inspired by this, today we bake baklava with regional ingredients.
We have tried to answer the most frequntly asked questions about spermidine-rich nutrition from our readers.
Today we have a spermine-rich food with polenta for you. With seasonal vegetables and always variable according to your taste, the „marinated polenta“ is an enjoyable dish for everybody!
As you know, we like to use REGIONAL spermidine-rich products!
… a quick and simple dish, because we did not cook it ourselves ;-): Adamhof patties – vegan, gluten-free, spermidine-rich
Swiss chard is a spermidin-rich healthy evergreen in the summer garden season. Try our chard strudel, tastes delicious!
The running motto in our garden is „from the earth to the table“. Our own herbs and vegetables are currently growing explosively so do the „weeds“. However, garden orache, stinging nettle and goutweed not only a tasty addition in the kitchen, but also rich in vitamins, trace elements and – like all young leafy vegetables – rich in spermidine. Best of all: they grow by themselves!
With the onset of spring, our cravings for fresh salads rise again tremendously. A great way to take a salad on the go is the trendy way to layer it in a glass.
Chic Spermidine-rich Layer Salad – To Go can be easily prepared the night before and is perfect as a healthy lunch at work!
Vor über einem Jahr habe ich einen Kollegen im Labor geholfen Fotos von Spermidin-reichen Lebensmitteln zu machen. Nach getaner Arbeit habe ich dann einfach alles geschnitten, in einem Topf gegeben und für die beteiligten „Fotografen“ einen guten Eintopf draus gekocht. Beim Essen kam uns dann die Erkenntnis, dass dieser Eintopf (ausschließlich hergestellt aus Zutaten mit…
“Polenta” is semolina made from corn. It is rich in spermidine and can be used for a „corn porridge“, a healthy breakfast, which is especially common in Carinthia.