change point of view through mushrooms

Challenging diet Questions

  • Are you defined by the way you eat?
  • In what way and in what extent?
  • Does your diet control your sentimental world, our body functions and the way you live in general?
  • How you choose your diet? In childhood, adulthood or any period of your life?
  • Is it always the same? Or you make changes?
  • What are these changes based on? Information? external, internal?
  • Can your diet affect your social life? Can it change it?

change point of view through mushrooms

Are these too many questions to answer in a post? YES

So let me tell you a true story!

Stefania felt the need to make some changes in her everyday diet.

The reasons were numerous. Throughout her entire life, she tried any diet and way to lose some weight, accept herself and her body. A long way with no real results.

Nevertheless, this trip was the base of her changing point of view about eating!

She challenged herself with alternate changes.
Figured out the results and finalised, at least for this period of time to adopt a vegan way of diet or as she says a vegan way of life!

she feels her body stronger,
she is thinner now,
she is cooking new dishes,
enjoys this new chapter in her life,
she feels no stress or “must voice” in her head.

What is the breakthrough she achieved?
She is listening to her heart and body partnership.
A combination that can break any record, a relationship that is there forever and ever!

Grilled mushrooms can help you make a change

The recipe below belongs to an internet friend I have met some years ago.
Traci is a spectacular food blogger, a great photographer and so much more.

I love mushrooms. I cook them frequently.
My husband Andreas and I have been picking mushrooms from the forest for many years….. and tasted many kinds and ways of cooking and eating them.

But in everyday life in towns, our options are less. Not less tasty though.

sometimes options are less
but not less tasty

change point of view through mushrooms

Traci’s mushrooms inspiration

I cooked Traci’s recipe more than once.
So this recipe is for Stefania to cook and Traci to thank for offering it to us.

Are you ready for a change point of view?
Cook Traci’s mushrooms for start! (click and start cooking)

Try one of my options too

Can you change your life point of view through mushrooms?
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  • 350-400gr Portobello Mushroom Caps
  • 1 cup lemon juice
  • 1 cup Water
  • 4 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 3 cloves Garlic minced
  • 1 tsp origanum, thyme, savory
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • Black Pepper
  • Red pepper
  • Cumin


  1. Carefully remove stems from portobello mushroom caps; wipe mushrooms clean with a paper towel; cut into slices; place in a good quality food container.
  2. In a mixing bowl, whisk together lemon juice, water, olive oil, garlic, herbs, salt, pepper, cumin; (I mixed them in my ARTEMIS MIXER) and pour over the sliced mushrooms.
  3. If you need more liquid for the marinade, add some lemon juice or water
  4. Let them marinate at least for 30 minutes. I left them in the fridge for about 6 hours.
  5. Grill or bake the mushrooms
  6. Preheat your oven to medium-high heat and spray your baking dish with olive oil.
  7. remove mushrooms from food container and drain off the excess marinade.
  8. Place the mushrooms in the baking dish and bake them for 10-15 minutes or grill them for 5-10 minutes.
  9. You can eat them warm or store them in a food container and add them to sandwishes, salads or whatever YOU can think of.

learn more about Stefania in her Instagram profile

learn more about Traci here


all the photos have been taken from my friend Anny in mount Olympos some years ago……..