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Unfolding Masterpieces
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GRANADILLA - sweet passion fruit.

It is full of antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, and fiber. It is native to the Andes Mountains, mainly Peru, including Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela. It also grows in Argentina, Mexico, parts of Africa, Australia and Papua New Guinea.

We used it on top of oatmeal pancake, together with mango and our own jungle honey.

Wondering how to pick the best one in the store? Just shake it. If you feel nothing moving inside it means its full and juicy, if you feel something is moving in there, there is a lot of air inside, and it means it will be half empty.

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Scrambled eggs with spring onion and fried ripe plantains, fresh salad and homemade Belgian vinaigrette.

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CRISPY SEAWEED & TUNA SASHIMI - topped with roasted sesame seeds, dried avocado seeds, cilantro and sesame oil. Served with Lo Mein noodles on a hoisin stripe, with a tuna, cucumber and Brazilian spinach flower.

Buen provecho!

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MORINGA - the medicinal plant

The leaves are the most nutritious part of the plant, being a significant source of B vitamins, vitamin C, provitamin A as beta-carotene, vitamin K, manganese, and protein, among other essential nutrients. This plant is a significant source of vitamins and protein.

In the same breath, its perennial, drought resistant and can flourish in horrible soil. It loves sun and heat. It’s native to the sub-Himalayan area and very important part of ayurveda.

Check out survival gardener to learn how to grow and process it: http://buff.ly/2gtTind

We used it in our delicious Power Pesto, which then later on became part of our secret Ceviche recipe.
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Chicken thigh marinated in oyster sauce, with coconut rice and beetroot salad. Topped with crispy tortillas and crispy avocado seeds.

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Chaya, commonly known as “tree spinach” or "Mayan spinach" is an excellent source of vitamins, fiber, proteins, and enzymes. Here in the tropics, it grows throughout the whole year and it just might be "one of the most important edible-leaved plants in the tropics" as guys from Survival Garden explain here: http://buff.ly/2hn3hYC

Chaya requires little maintenance and is delicious. It is important that before eating you cook it, as some of the leaves are toxic when raw.

We prepared it with patacones, salad and rice, and it makes a beautiful healthy meal. Vitamin C also ends up in the water when chaya is cooked.

What a magical plant !

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BERMUDA INSPIRED SURF & TURF - seabass salad with spicy tomato ground beef, ripe plantains and soft boiled egg with dots of potato puree.


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Chinese five spice ginger chicken on stir fried vegetables. Served with bean coconut rice on a bed of beetroot salad, topped with avocado.

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TUNA AND SHRIMP SUSHI. For the past weeks, we have been preparing for the opening of HiR restaurant. One of the elements we've been putting a lot of attention to is the art of food plating. Today we are happy to share one of our explorations.

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KING OF NOODLES - Soba noodles with fresh vegetables, light sesame dressing, and avocado tempura.

Fresh. Minimalist. Bold.

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