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Our recipes, diet, health, wellness and fitness blogazine, where we bring you weekly advice, ideas and inspiration for living a healthier lifestyle and your NutraMilk processor.

Prepared and photographed by NutraMilk nutritionist, Florencia Tagliavini.

Recipe from The Blue Zone´s Kitchen cookbook.

A delicious and simple recipe from The Blue Zone´s Kitchen Cookbook. This one is from Okinawa, Japan, one of the 7 places in the world where people live the longest.

It´s simple, sweet, creamy and makes a perfect side dish to any meal. Purple potatoes have a low glycemic index and contain various antioxidants, including anthocyanin (the powerful antioxidant that give the potatoes it´s blue color).

Fresh coconut milk made with the NutraMilk adds nourishing nutrients such as MCT´s (medium- chain triglycerides, lauric acid and various vitamins & minerals).


For sweet potatoes

  • 1 lb. purple sweet potatoes peeled and cut into 2-inch cubes
  • 1 ½ cups coconut milk made with the NutraMIlk

For coconut milk from dehydrated coconut (yields 6 cups)

  • 2 cups (160g) of unsweetened dried coconut
  • 1 ½ quarts (6 cups) of water


  • First, start by making coconut milk from dehydrated coconut
    • Place the unsweetened dried coconut in the NutraMilk container.
    • Press Butter cycle, set for 1 minute.
    • Press Start.
    • Open the container lid and add 1 cup of water. Replace lid.
    • Press Butter cycle, set for 1 minute.
    • Press Start.
    • Repeat this step for each cup of water, until you have used all 6 cups.
    • Press Mix (do not change the default time)
    • Press Dispense.
    • Press Start and open spigot to fill your storage container.

*you can use more or less water depending on how full-bodied you want the milk to be.

  • Steam potatoes for 10-15 minutes until tender. Remove from heat and let rest with lid on for 3-4 minutes.
  • In a large bowl, mash sweet potatoes lightly with coconut milk. Serve and enjoy as a side dish to any meal!

Note: Potatoes can be boiled rather tan steamed, but they will lose some of their essential nutrients in the process.