If you ride around on bikes, especially if you do so on a daily basis through the depths of a Scandinavian winter, then sooner rather than later you are going to fall off.
There’s a moment, between your realisation that the back end’s started to drift and the actual instant that you meet the asphalt, when time almost seems to stop, and in this curiously elongated, Zen-like, eye of the storm fraction of a second, you are almost instinctively aware that things are Bad, and, once time speeds up again, about to get painfully Worse.
Yet another recipe inspired by Swedish celebrity Annika Sjöö’s rather wonderful collection of recipes “Annikas Paleokök“.
Here a tasty, nutritious, and filling collection of seeds is bound together by the magic that only chia seeds can do, and then simply baked in the oven, with the lack of egg as a binding agent naturally enough making them perfect for our vegan chums.
Mrs. Paleovirtus happened across these seaweed noodles in a Chinese supermarket when we were in Stockholm recently.
We were doing the rounds, searching for a new gaiwan, when she spotted these noodles due to the packaging proudly boasting their meagre 2% carbohydrate content – a perfect match for her LCHF regime, and, after checking the ingredients, my Paleo lifestyle, too.
According to the packaging, they could be used raw in salads. Sounds good to me!