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10 ways to eat spirulina powder

Of course, Spirulina is good for you, but this nutrient-intensive microalgae is not the most delicious superfood there. For most people, eating Spirulina powder plain is impossible. That is to say, there are many Spirulina recipes that actually taste good - these recipes usually mask the taste of Spirulina and other more delicious flavors. If you are looking for a delicious way to eat Spirulina, please check out the following tips. For more ideas on how to eat Spirulina, check out the Rawlicious Superfoods recipe, which contains many exciting Spirulina recipes, such as Spirulina Ice Sand with Cream Mint, Spirulina Lemon Pie Chocolate Peel and Super Alkaline Green Juice.

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1. Dive into the ice and sand

One of the easiest and most common ways to eat spirulina powder is to sneak it into the ice sand. If you need recipes, check out Tina Leigh's Super Food Juice and Ice Sand, which includes some Ice Sand recipes with Spirulina, dozens of other delicious and super nutritious juice drinks and Ice Sand recipes.

2. Making Spirulina Chickpea Paste

By adding some spirulina powder to the mixture, the color and nutrients of chickpea paste were added. Made from boiled mashed potatoes mixed with sesame seed sauce, lemon juice, olive oil, salt and garlic, chickpea mashed is usually accompanied by flat bread or salad sandwich patties, vegetables or roast chicken. This is a simple recipe for spirulina chickpea paste

Mixed ingredients:

1 Chickpeas, drained, liquid retained

1 tablespoon olive oil

2 teaspoons sesame paste

1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice

1 clove of garlic, crushed

1/2 teaspoon salt


Put chickpeas, olive oil, sesame sauce (sesame sauce), lemon juice, garlic and salt into the food processor. Turn on the food processor and slowly pour in some reserved chickpea juice while the machine is running. When the mixture is completely mixed and smooth, transfer it to the plate.

3. Add it to homemade pasta dough

If you have a fashionable automatic electric pasta maker to make fresh pasta from scratch, or even a conventional manual pasta maker with a crank handle, you can also use spirulina powder to increase the nutritional content of homemade pasta dough! And even if you don't start spaghetti from scratch, you can still add spirulina powder or slices to pasta and sauce (see next tip).

Eat with sauce

One of the easiest ways to use spirulina powder is to add it to sauces and gravy. Moreover, due to spices, herbs and other strong flavor ingredients commonly used in sauces and gravy, adding a little Spirulina, if any, can minimally affect the taste of the dish. To protect the B vitamins and other thermosensitive nutrients in this highly nutritious algae, spirulina powder can only be stirred at the end of the cooking process.

5. Use Spirulina Powder in Salad Paste

Another good way to add nutrient-rich Spirulina to your diet is to add a small amount of Spirulina powder to salad dressing. If you don't have a basic recipe for salad dressing based on oil and vinegar, here's a very simple recipe: pour 6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil and 2 tablespoons vinegar into a clean glass jar. Add 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard, 2 teaspoons chopped fresh herbs (or a little hay), a little salt and freshly ground black pepper, and - if used - 1/4 teaspoon Spirulina powder. Turn the lid on and shake well. Put the jar in the refrigerator and wait for at least 30 minutes before eating your favorite salad ingredients.

6. Use it in Pureed Soup

Eating Spirulina in mud soup is a good way to incorporate more of this super food algae into your diet. It is a particularly good supplement to green soup, such as spinach, broccoli, zucchini, beet or green bean starring soup. To protect its heat-sensitive nutrients, spirulina powder is added to the soup only at the end of the cooking process.

7. Making healthy vegetarian ice cream

Is there an automatic ice cream machine at home? Adding Spirulina powder to homemade mint or Pistachio Ice Cream is a good way to make Spirulina taste better and add color and nutrition to your frozen dessert. In Vegetarian Ice Cream: More than 90 Sinfully Delicious Dairy-Free Delights, Jeff Rogers recommends adding 1/4 teaspoon to your recipe if you are looking for a subtle green hue or if you want your ice cream to be darker green.

8. Add Spirulina Powder to Energy Bar Recipes

Homemade energy bars are the perfect on-the-go snack. Typically made using ingredients like nuts, seeds, raisins, grains and honey, homemade power bars are typically full of energy and protein. And, if you incorporate a bit of spirulina powder into your favorite spirulina power bar recipe, your bars will also be supercharged with nutrients. In a pinch, you can of course also resort to store-bought spirulina bars (Raw Revolution's yummy spirulina bars, which contain nuts, dates, seeds, agave nectar

9. Spirulina Popcorn, Anyone?

Yet another way to use spirulina powder is to season your popcorn with it. You can simply use a combination of sea salt and spirulina powder, or you can add other tasty seasonings such as chili powder, Parmesan cheese or garlic powder as well. For best results, add the seasoning mixture while the popcorn is still warm, and shake vigorously until the popcorn is evenly coated.

10. Add Spirulina to Scrambled Eggs and Omelettes

You can also use spirulina to add color and nutrients to omelettes and scrambled eggs. Simply add a pinch of spirulina powder to the egg mixture before cooking it on a frying pan.


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