MOJOI’S 3 Soups 1 Hour

N E W cooking workshop alertMaster 3 soups in 1 hour! We’ll show you how to make our comforting and nutritious soups for yourself at home.S P A C E is L I M I T E D. Date: 22oct 2020 from 6:30pm-8:00pm 55fl pp

Turmeric-a-lot

Mojoi Holistic likes to think of turmeric as ginger’s hip cousin. We love spices.  We love the way they taste.  We love the way they smell Turmeric is a flowering plant, Curcuma longa of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae, with its roots more commonly used in cooking. We do a lot of turmeric. In many of…

It is getting better and better

This week’s menu is again balanced to fit your lifestyle and it will definitely soothe your nutritional needs…and taste. The Monday is a light day, with low calorie menu and low fat content. So, if your body needs more, just make sure you add responsible extra nutrients. Have fun and order now for your week…

Packed with greens

Our meal plans are packed with vegetables and nutrition dense ingredients. We believe that eating conscious and clean is very easy. Just say YES! Try out one or more of our meals or pair it with daily soup. NOTE: We avoid cooking with conventional GMO seasoning, our seasoning is home made NO-GMO and fresh vegetables…

it’s all about balance

MOJOI Holistic partners with InSalutem Insalutem, Latin for …[inŸ health] is our newest partner and together we bring you just the perfect balance in the kitchen. We create food that actually makes you feel great. a.k.a. Good for you foods. We strip the processing and stick to great fresh food. Preparing nutrition filled foods does not…

A touch of hummus the “squash” edition

You get inspired at the same pace your heart rate goes! Yes! I promise you that….I would not have thought that a whole butternut squash (raw) placed in the oven for approximately 1 hour turns into this delicious ingredient that can be used for so many dishes. The soft squash adds life to the hummus…

Fruits, peppers, nuts, herbs…

It takes some pineapple, papaya (not too soft), tasty pine nuts, herbs (cilantro), a lot of garlic, peppers both fresh as dried…and some extra virgin olive oil to chop and you have a flavor booster side hot sauce. Some call it chutney, pika in Papiamentu, peper saus in Dutch or simply hot sauce…  Pair it…

Eat more color in your life

It goes without saying that adding more colors to your life is a good thing. In every sense of the word, this applies to your food as well. The colors of  many vegetables reflect different antioxidant phytochemicals they contain. Fruits, plants, vegetables and nuts carry phytochemicals and are yet the most colorful real foods around….