”Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.” – Ludwig van Beethoven
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates
Heart4Food was created from my passion for healthy and tasty food. The importance of healthy diet combined with yoga is important because it complements each other. My grandmother and mother taught me from an early age to deal with fresh ingredients and bring together flavors. From my enthusiasm for this I developed a love of good food. In Thailand, where I was born and raised, I started at my fourth year to bring this passion into practice. I made a fire and used an empty can to the traditional Tom Yum soup (spicy clear soup). For the soup I used the fresh ingredients that I was to the house of my grandmother in the Thai village where lived my whole family. Cooking in the same way as I saw my mother do.
Cooking for me is an art and I combine like interesting overlapping and bold fresh ingredients from the West – and Asian cuisines: The more refined taste and simplicity of European cuisine, the focus of Chinese Szechuan cuisine, tropical flavors and smells of Malaysian cuisine, creamy with nuts and coconut cooked curries from Thailand and (southern) India and aromatic herbs from the Arabic cuisine.
The purpose of my way of cooking is making delicious meals that raise awareness by nurturing body, senses, mind and soul. The meals are aimed at people with busy lives and help them to feel fit and energetic.
For my dishes, I use organic ingredients such as various fruits, sea and land – vegetables, herbs, chillies, nuts, grains and seeds. The result is the “cuisine minceur” add meals with a variety of small portions each having their own tastes. The food is prepared shortly thus addition of taste is healthy and nutritious, crunchy, colorful, fragrant and rich.
Heart4Life (vegetarian) Cuisine combines interesting overlapping and daring ingredients from Western and Asian cuisines: The more refined flavors and simplicity of European cuisine, the sharpness of Chinese Szechuan cuisine, the tropical flavors and smells of Malaysian cuisine, the creamy curries prepared with nuts and coconut from Thailand and (south) India and aromatic herbs from Arab cuisine.
The purpose of Heart4Life Cuisine is to make delicious meals that stimulate consciousness by nourishing body, senses, mind and soul. The meals are aimed at people with busy lives and help them to feel fit and energetic.
Heart4Life uses organic fresh ingredients such as various types of fruit, sea and country vegetables, herbs, chillies, nuts, grains and seeds. The result is the “cuisine minceur”: meals with a variety of small portions that each having it’s own flavors. The food is prepared shortly making it, besides healthy and nutritious, crunchy, colorful, fragrant and rich in taste.
The ideal Heart4Life meal is a harmonious blend of the spicy, the subtle, the sweet and the sour and is meant to be just as satisfying for the eye, nose and mouth!
My experience now extends from providing catering for groups on retreats and special occasions to individual cooking supervision for clients who want to experience a more healthy way of eating. I teach cooking and help people switch to a healthier lifestyle, both by giving personal training as well as through group sessions and workshops. Where the need arises, the lessons can be combined with yoga workshops.