Some fucking amazing fizzy cola bottles from @ifancyone 🥃🥃🥃
Want something high end?
Then you must check out
Thai food isn't my first choice for when I want to eat out, so when I arrived at @thedaily_mumbai tonight for a pop-up, I wasn't sure what to expect. But when I couldn't fault a single thing that arrived on the plate, I realised @khaosanmumbai is going to be the next big thing on the food scene. Watch out for this ridiculously talented magician - she could possibly have Thai locals themselves eating out of her hands!
Do you know what this is❔ Swipe ➡ to zoom out❕
Hats off if you knew that this is a Green Kohlrabi. They're not that easy to come by in the uk but well worth being hunted down. They tastes a bit like a broccoli stem, although somewhat more palatable, and is often softer, even taking on the consistency of an apple at times. While the roots/stems are often used in salads in a similar way as carrots or broccoli, the leaves are typically interchanged for kale or spinach.
Some countries even use kohlrabi as food for their livestock, as it is packed with beneficial nutrients and grows relatively easily in certain climates. The health benefits of them certainly make them worth including in any diet. These include...
⚲Helps with Weight Loss
⚲Boosted Energy Levels
⚲Regulated Blood Pressure
⚲Prevention of Anemia
⚲Improved Bone Strength
⚲Prevention of Cancer
Kohlrabi is so highly valued in countries and cuisines around the world not only for its diversity in cooking applications, but also because it is full of nutrients and minerals like copper,
potassium, manganese, iron, and calcium, as well as vitamins, such as vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, vitamin A, and vitamin K. Along with that, kohlrabi is also high in dietary fiber and antioxidant compounds, such as phytochemicals and various carotenes.