Mangalorien spice pud

Three months In India. Can’t believe it. It is some change to what I was use to back in Ireland. Every day brings totally new experiences and leads me to unknown places. Last week myself, my husband and our Indian friend Angeli visited the beautiful city of Mangalore on the west coast of India. Lots of Sunshine, nice people and good food. I felt over the moon seating on the balcony, having my breakfast as the gentle warm breeze passed by, pushing the clouds out of the way so the Sun could dry my bones after quite a damp and cold time in Nilgiris. There is beauty in it all, but the Sun is defiantly my first choice.

Breakfast is defiantly my favorite meal, especially if I can take my time and laze about for a bit. I love it sweet most of the time. Always starting with some fresh fruit on an empty stomach followed by something extraordinaire. This recipe I called

Mangalorien spice pud


1/3 cup of tapioca balls soaked overnight
1/2 cup coconut milk
1/2 cup of filtered water
3 cardamon pods
pinch of cinnamon
pinch of rock salt
pinch of vanilla powder
1tsp jaggary
handful of cashews- optional
handful of black raisins- optional

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– drain your tapioca
– mix water with coconut milk and add all the spices, salt, tapioca and other bits, then onto the hob and bring to the boil, lower the heat and simmer for a few minutes till your tapioca becomes transparent. Nice and creamy It is ready to be enjoyed. Have it warm as breakfast or chilled as a dessert. It is delicious both ways. This recipe will serve two

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Tapioca is a starch extracted from the cassava root. It is a great source of carbohydrates, minerals and fiber. It is easy to digest and also good for improving digestion. It is a food that nourishes the life essence and a great carb option for gluten free dudes smile emoticon


Om S’anti from India

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Hello, and welcome. I have decided to write this blog to share my passion for health, food and creativity. I have an MSc (Hons) in Food Science and Human Nutrition which I earned at Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences in Poland, I have trained in multiple holistic disciplines while living in Ireland for the past 12 years and I am also involved in music and the arts. My knowledge about health was acquired not only through academia but also because of a deep interest from a young age, years of treating people and personal health issues which lead me to unveiling natural ways of healing the body on the physical and subtle level. I promote a plant based lifestyle because of personal preferences rather than a dogma. I do not believe that there is a right or wrong way of doing things. Whatever works and does no harm, I go by that. I enjoy having a good time, meeting new people, going new places, and learning new things to deepen the awareness of really knowing nothing☺. I hope you will enjoy my blog and you will get to know me a bit better, so I can keep it short and sweet in here ;) I wish you a happy and healthy life.