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  1. I gave birth a month ago and have changed my diet to something healthier and your videos help so much! The dishes always come out so delicious I look forward to eating and feel so good and guilt free in the end thank you! ❤️

  2. please before you cook the quinoa wash it very well… in order to take out the saponin inside that makes it bitter and its toxicity it is good to keep away the insects but it can make you feel bad if you have certain sensitivity, if you think it is ok because in the package says pre washed I still recommend you to wash it because even on the best brands I find this soapy water. Please don't get it wrong I am Peruvian and we use quinoa for many many generations and we want you to have the best experience and not to come back saying that it was bad for your stomach, I just want to help. My best of the wishes for your channel ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  3. I really don't want to come off as a know it all whatsoever. I actually just started learning about quinoa. I felt like you missed out on explaining a few things. You're supoused to wash quinoa to get rid of the saponin it contains which is a toxic substance used to make soap. That's why when you wash it, it makes bubbles. You need to wash until water comes out clear. A lot of commercialized quinoa that comes packaged will already be washed but you can never be too sure. It also has a bitter taste to it, that goes away when you wash it. Also you kept saying to add xyz to it to add protein. Quinoa is a substitute protein itself. For every 100g of quinoa you get 16+ of protein. So thats also good to know. Other than that great ideas for bowls.

  4. Thank you so much for the great recipes! For the Mediterranean I think can be good some olives and feta cheeses. I don’t know what you think about some tats ili sause

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