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Chapati Bread

Originally from India and traditionally made without sourdough, Chapati bread is a true delight. All you need is flour, water and salt. This bread is a perfect accompaniment to Indian daal, or a vegetable curry.


  • 250g whole wheat flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon Alver Golden Bean
  • Lukewarm water

Sift the flour on a flat surface. Add salt, golden bean powder, and water. Knead the dough until it is smooth and elastic.

Place the dough in a bowl, cover with a clean, dry cloth and let it rise for two hours.

Then cut the dough into eighths and shape each piece into a ball. Press each ball flat and form flat cakes, approx. 15 cm in diameter and 3 mm thick.

Dust a pan (cast iron if possible) with flour and begin to heat. Put only one flatbread in the pan at a time. If you have hobs with flames, you can heat the bread in them until it puffs up. Bake each side for 1 minute, until you begin to see brown spots or bubbles. Then take the bread out of the pan and serve hot.

Fruit salad

In Mexico, fruit is often spiced generously with salt, lime juice and chili powder. This recipe can be easily adapted to fit all types of fruit you may have. We like to add a nice golden color to our salad, with a sprinkle of Golden Chlorella on top.


6 cups of various fruits, diced into 1-inch pieces

Our favourties: apple, pineapple, strawberries, grapes, cherries, mango, coconut and kiwi

1/2 cup of lime juice

2 tbsp chili powder

2 tbsp salt

Sprinkle of golden chlorella Mix the chilli and salt in a bowl. Place the diced fruits in a large bowl. Pour lime juice over the fruit. Sprinkle the chilli-salt mixture and sprinkle golden chlorella (max. ½ teaspoon per day) over the fruit. If possible, chill the fruit bowl in the refrigerator for at least an hour before serving.

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