Let’s buy local. Let’s cook seasonal. Be healthy.

Last week we talked about honey, where and how to find it, how to select it to and its health benefits. Locally produced honey can help with allergies and has a low impact on the environment. This week's study shows once again the impact of locally produced food on...

Interview with Julie

Julie is a photograph who lives in Prenzlauer Berg. She has been a Benoo enthusiast from the start and is now our Benoo pickup point for anyone who lives in Prenzlau.

Is honey good for us?

The production of honey by bees is one of nature's great miracles: to produce 500 g of honey, bees have to collect from 8 million flowers.  A good alternative to refined sugarDuring its manufacture, sugar undergoes a refining process that destroys all its nutrients....

Interview with Yogini Hufendiek

We interviewed chef Yogini Hufendiek, who prepared the recipe of the week: Galettes filled with mushrooms, leek and cream; baby leaf spinach.  What was/is your favorite restaurant in Berlin/Brandenburg? My favourite restaurant is Papaye in Kantstraße.  What are your...

Klara: a student who discovers Benoo

Klara Nationality: FrenchAge: 26 years old Occupation: Master's student in International Relations @ ICD - Institute of Cultural DiplomacyIn Berlin since February 2021 Between lockdown, distance learning, and a small budget, the situation for students is complicated...

Many small people – Climate change

‚ÄúMany small people who in many small places do many small things that can alter the face of the world.‚ÄĚ Anyone who has walked along the East Side Gallery recently will have noticed this quote, and how it applies well to our action against climate change. I am not...

Vegan mayonnaise with Sunflower seeds

Every week brings a new local challenge. Last week’s discovery in the Benoo box was a recipe for a vegan mayo with sunflower seeds. Have you ever tried it? It was a first for us and we were surprised by both the delicious taste and texture. My children actually...

Interview with Jule Felice Frommet

Interview with our chef (as in cook) Jule, who prepared last week's tarte flambée with parsnip, pear, onion and walnuts. Where do you come from? How do you describe your experience in Berlin ? I am from Germany, born in the north but grew up in Bavaria, total...

Global warming: the basics

In 2050 the planet will count more than 9 billion inhabitants. Global warming is an actual topic that everyone should be aware of. Several factors are responsible for it among which the gas production from the meat consumption, the deforestation or the use of heavy...

Sorry Detox at Benoo

Blushing as soon as you speak, feeling sorry for disturbing people... Women tend to apologise more than men at work. Fear of not fitting in? Of disappointing? What if women finally stopped apologising? On the 8th of March, for International Women's Day, Sophie...
Let’s buy local. Let’s cook seasonal. Be healthy.

Let’s buy local. Let’s cook seasonal. Be healthy.

Last week we talked about honey, where and how to find it, how to select it to and its health benefits. Locally produced honey can help with allergies and has a low impact on the environment. This week's study shows once again the impact of locally produced food on...

Interview with Julie

Interview with Julie

Julie is a photograph who lives in Prenzlauer Berg. She has been a Benoo enthusiast from the start and is now our Benoo pickup point for anyone who lives in Prenzlau.

Is honey good for us?

Is honey good for us?

The production of honey by bees is one of nature's great miracles: to produce 500 g of honey, bees have to collect from 8 million flowers.  A good alternative to refined sugarDuring its manufacture, sugar undergoes a refining process that destroys all its nutrients....

Interview with Yogini Hufendiek

Interview with Yogini Hufendiek

We interviewed chef Yogini Hufendiek, who prepared the recipe of the week: Galettes filled with mushrooms, leek and cream; baby leaf spinach.  What was/is your favorite restaurant in Berlin/Brandenburg? My favourite restaurant is Papaye in Kantstraße.  What are your...

Klara: a student who discovers Benoo

Klara: a student who discovers Benoo

Klara Nationality: FrenchAge: 26 years old Occupation: Master's student in International Relations @ ICD - Institute of Cultural DiplomacyIn Berlin since February 2021 Between lockdown, distance learning, and a small budget, the situation for students is complicated...

Many small people – Climate change

Many small people – Climate change

‚ÄúMany small people who in many small places do many small things that can alter the face of the world.‚ÄĚ Anyone who has walked along the East Side Gallery recently will have noticed this quote, and how it applies well to our action against climate change. I am not...

Vegan mayonnaise with Sunflower seeds

Vegan mayonnaise with Sunflower seeds

Every week brings a new local challenge. Last week’s discovery in the Benoo box was a recipe for a vegan mayo with sunflower seeds. Have you ever tried it? It was a first for us and we were surprised by both the delicious taste and texture. My children actually...

Interview with Jule Felice Frommet

Interview with Jule Felice Frommet

Interview with our chef (as in cook) Jule, who prepared last week's tarte flambée with parsnip, pear, onion and walnuts. Where do you come from? How do you describe your experience in Berlin ? I am from Germany, born in the north but grew up in Bavaria, total...

Global warming: the basics

Global warming: the basics

In 2050 the planet will count more than 9 billion inhabitants. Global warming is an actual topic that everyone should be aware of. Several factors are responsible for it among which the gas production from the meat consumption, the deforestation or the use of heavy...

Sorry Detox at Benoo

Sorry Detox at Benoo

Blushing as soon as you speak, feeling sorry for disturbing people... Women tend to apologise more than men at work. Fear of not fitting in? Of disappointing? What if women finally stopped apologising? On the 8th of March, for International Women's Day, Sophie...