Monday, 15 January 2018

what about kate new years mail 2018

what about kale

Have you had your daily dose of kale yet? When you are in need of some extra strength and brain power, kale is a good friend at your side. Not only does it contain large amounts of vitamin K. It is also a rich source of vitamins A, C, B6, folate and manganese and a good source of thiamin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, vitamin E and several dietary minerals, including iron, calcium, potassium and phosphorus. Say that again? It’s true! Kale empowers you to do the extraordinary and go that extra mile.

Speaking of the extraordinary, consulting in 2018 will focus even more on the virtuous of the digital transformation along with its catalysts like AI. We will remain to be ‚process driven‘ since we strongly believe that the process at a very granular level is the basis for change towards a digital future. That covers all of your departments, from procurement to production, from HR to R&D. Which of your processes will soon be obsolete due to digital innovation? How can we help to change or re-invent the process to make it future-proof? This requires disruption and great ideas which brings us back to brain power and kale.

Starting February 2018, stop by our new office what about kate ‚satellite east‘ to learn more about the way we massage raw kale to get the most nutrition out of it. And make it even more delicious. For those of you who haven’t gotten into kale yet, we will also have beginner classes. And if you just want to stop for a coffee and have a chat about your company’s processes, totally fine with us. We look forward to you in 2018 and encourage you to eat more kale.

The team at what about kate, Berlin 2018

Monday, 24 April 2017

banana buckwheat pancakes – a recipe inspired by Donna Hay

input/output. ‘you are what you eat’ and if you want to shine, nothing beats maple syrup pancakes. it’s true! when we have a tough week ahead, here is how we prepare:

120 gr buckwheat flour
100 gr whole spelt flour
3 tbsp. aluminum-free baking powder
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 pinch of salt

200 gr mashed banana (about 3 ripe bananas)
1 egg
180 ml almond milk
butter for frying
serve with maple sirup and banana slices

try to get as many of these from an organic source.

mix the dry ingredients in a bowl. add mashed banana, egg and almond milk. blend well.

heat a skillet and add a little butter. add three large spoonfuls of batter. let the pancakes cook until the upperside looks opaque – this should take about 3 minutes. then flip the pancakes.

repeat with remaining batter. enjoy warm, drizzled with maple sirup and banana slices.

admin’s advice: the greatness of your pc derives from your skillet’s heat management system.