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I made muesli!

That’s right, I DID make some muesli.

I really like the bircher muesli bowl from pret but it’s mega expensivo and also I don’t ever go to pret anymore cos of maternity leave yo! 83 more words


Confounding Expectations: The Moose Espresso Bar Redefines What It Means To Be A Cafe

It’s easy to poke fun at Batu Belig, just as it is to lampoon Seminyak, Kuta, Ubud and just about anywhere else in Bali. At the present time, BB is the demarcation between the upscale tourist enclave of Seminyak (think Bali’s Double Bay or South Yarra) and the still largely untouristy areas further north, most notably Canggu and Umalas. 894 more words


Why You So Obessed with Me?

Hello beautiful people!

It is time again to share my latest obsessions… I get hooked on things quite easily, but also change my mind quite often. 424 more words


Bircher from another nurturer

We are inundated with bircher muesli recipes, granted. BUT, not being the biggest fan of nuts, I’m always disappointed when I order it or buy it and all I can taste is nuts. 594 more words

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Pear, Berry and Stewed Rhubarb Bircher Muesli

Packed with fibre and antioxidants, this bircher muesli recipe helps to promote healthy digestion and prevent chronic disease. Best made the night before going to work, this is equally as good at home as it is at your office desk when this sweet-ish treat is packaged in one of those old school jam jars, a la hipster style. 126 more words


Banoffee Pie Overnight Oats (Bircher Muesli)

(Serves 1)

Banoffee pie is without doubt one of my favorite desserts, so you can imagine my delight when I discovered how yummy these oats are. 200 more words

Bircher muesli

Bircher Muesli was developed around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Brenner for his patients and is basically rolled oats that are soaked overnight, mixed with cinnamon, dried fruits and nuts, toasted coconut, berries, grated apples and an optional dollop of yogurt. 123 more words