The Goodness Of Yeast

Yeast should be a must-have in your kitchen as it is rich in nutrients. Here are two great recieps that will help you enjoy the wonders of this ingredient.

You’ve heard about using yeast to make bread, pizza dough or pastries but have you ever thought about including it in the dishes you cook daily?

However, before you pour the whole packet of active dry yeast (used for baking) into your pan, you should know that there is a difference between active yeast, brewer’s yeast and nutritional yeast. Active yeast is used for baking and should not be ingested by itself as it can cause gastrointestinal issues. Nutritional and brewer’s yeast on the other hand, can be consumed by itself. Here, are two vegetarian-friendly recipes for you to try.


Young salad


½                          Carrot, julienne

½                          Beet medium sized, julienne

5                           Lettuce leaves, julienne

2 tbsp                  Ganoderma Enzymes (enzymes which contains a combination of mixed fruits, herbs and vegetables)

3 Treasures Powder, use sparingly

Sea Salt, use sparingly


  1. Wash and cut all vegetables and mix them in a bowl.
  2. Add sea salt and pour Ganoderma Enzyme on top of salad, mix well.

Sprinkle 3 treasures powder on top and serve immediately.

Healthy Golden Porridge

Healthy golden porridge


1 cup                              5 Grain Rice

1 slice                            Pumpkin, cubed

2 tbsp                            Goji Berries

¼ cup                             Bell pepper, cubed

3 Treasure Powder, use sparingly (3 treasures powder consists of brewer’s yeast, wheat germ, soya lecithin, black sesame, white sesame, wild green seaweed and carrot.)

Vegetable seasoning powder, use sparingly

Sea Salt, use sparingly

Black Pepper, use sparingly

2 litres                           Water


  1. Wash and pre-soak rice for 3 to 4 hours.
  2. Wash and cut pumpkin and red bell peppers, set aside.
  3. Combine rice, pumpkin, goji berries and water into a pot.
  4. Cook on high heat and bring to boil for about 15 minutes.
  5. Then, set to low heat and simmer for 1 hour. Stir frequently to prevent rice from sticking to the base.
  6. Season to taste with vegetable seasoning powder, sea salt and black pepper.
  7. Pour rice into a bowl, garnish with bell peppers, goji berries and 3 treasures powder sprinkled on top. Serve warm.

Health Tip

Brewer’s yeast is naturally rich in vitamin B complex, minerals and plant protein. It is a great source of nutrients, especially for vegetarians.

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