Healthy living, and looking after your body is a trend that is here to stay. In Denmark, buying organic food, is a trend on the rise, as we believe that looking after the planet, the animals and ourselves is a positive thing. In Denmark, most people love cakes, candy, and snacks as much as the next person, but we try to limit our snacking to the weekend.
I believe that even a simple task like juicing can be hyggelig. Picking the right ripe fruit. Cutting the fruit, and getting the children to help pop it through the juicer. They think it is fun that the fruit turns into juice, and it is also important to me that they know where the ingredients come from, how they taste, etc.
Getting your 5-a-day can be difficult if you are not a fan of fruit or veg. In this house, luckily we love both – and we are also very fond of juicing. I have found the cutest small bottles in the shop, so I make juice and give the girls something to bring for their lunch at school. In Denmark, kids bring packed lunches, as not many schools offer school meals.