Starting with a Green A
There are thousands of algae species. Most of them are still unexplored. They can be grown on fruitless ground where normal plants will not grow. Countries all over the world started to grow microalgae in tanks and special glass pipe systems. Scientists are even working on a way to fight cancer with algae. It definitely is a little plant with a lot of energy. In times when sustainability and green development play a more and more important role, we should definitely consider alternatives like algae. Algae are the first step in the food chain and like the alphabet: it all starts with an A...
Here we have collected three recipes that will help you start green. Serve these appetizers for dinner guests and impress them with an algae starter.
- 50 g beef
- ½ onion
- Biomass of the chlorella
- ½ lemon
- Rhubarb salt
- Mix of pepper
- Seaweed (for example: umare)
- A piece of garlic
Slice the raw beef in small pieces (like rough minced meat). Cut the onion to tiny pieces. Crush the lemon and mix it up with the onion and the meat. Add salt and pepper.
Prepare the plate and paint the biomass with a pencil on it. Add the raw ochs-meat and put some cress on the top. Add some salt and pepper as needed
- Olive oil
- 3 camembert sticks (cow milk)
- Crushed almonds
- Cooked ham
- Fill the olive oil in a pot and heat it slowly, do not boil it
- Put the 3 camembert sticks on a plate
- Add the almonds on the top
- Add at least 2 slices of the cooked ham on the top and set it up at will
- Put ½ ts of the warm oil with chlorella on top
Carpaccio with Eggs
- Raw klippfisk (dried and salted cod)
- Egg yolk
- Put everything together in the oven for 8 min (200°).
- Serve it on a plate.