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Healthy Lunch

Recipe: Creamy Broth-Cooked ‘Baked’ Beans

Here is a another bean-y recipe which I hope you’ll enjoy! This recipe has options in the recipe to adapt it for those who follow a vegan and vegetarian diet (see the  ‘v’ next to the ingredients). It is also gluten-free. This is my delicious version of baked beans.   Recipe: Creamy Broth-Cooked ‘Baked’ Beans […]

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How To Make Fish Head Broth + A Recipe For Fish Head, Seaweed & Coconut Soup

Hi Health Food Lovers! In this post I’m going to show you how to turn this (I know- it looks scary, but have no fear!)…: ….into something delicious, nourishing and tasty! First step is to get some fish heads + frames. I got 3 salmon fish heads + frames from the Queen Vic Market for […]

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Recipe: Veggie-Rich Lentil Soup with Sheep’s Milk Yoghurt & Fresh Herbs

Here is a delicious, warming soup recipe which I hope you will love as much as I did! I’ve used sheep’s milk yoghurt in this recipe (as a garnish), but you’re welcome to use any other yoghurt you like instead. To make the yoghurt a bit more probiotic, you could mix in a bit of […]

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Recipe: Kefir Spelt Pizza Dough

In this post I’m going to tell you how to make pizza dough made from spelt and fermented with kefir! You will need some kefir grains to make this. Alternatively you can use bottled kefir such as Babushka. However, it may not have the same range of pro-biotic strains as kefir that is made from kefir grains does.  Kefir grains are […]

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Recipe: Delicious Slow-Cooked Pulled Hogget Shoulder

I love slow-cooking meats (see here) because it’s really only a few minutes of work and at the end of the day/cooking time you will have produced a flavourful delicious dish with little effort! You can make this in the oven or a slow-cooker. Either way you cook it, the recipe is still really easy and very […]

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Recipe: Sesame-Crusted Sardine, Fennel and Sweet Potato Cakes

  Recipe: Sesame-Crusted Sardine, Fennel and Sweet Potato Cakes Diet type: Pescatarian, Gluten-free Diet tags: Gluten free Number of servings (yield): 8 (~ eight patties) Ingredients 230g sweet potato, peeled and chopped into small cubes 210g tinned sardines (oil drained away- or give the oil to your cat!) 1 stick of celery, washed, leaves cut off 1-2 garlic […]

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Recipe: Sautéed Spinach & Sweet Potato with Yoghurt

Here is yet another delicious and nutrient-rich recipe to get dark green leafy veggies in your diet! I hope you enjoy it! Sautéed Spinach & Sweet Potato with Yoghurt Recipe info/allergen info: This recipe is dairy-free (if exluding the yoghurt) and it is gluten-free and egg-free. Makes: 1 serve. Double etc for a larger quantity & more serves. […]

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Recipe: Sprouted (or Soaked) Chickpea Panisse

Panisse are a type of delicious french chick pea chip (or fry for our US friends). Normally these are made with chickpea flour (besan/garbanzo flour) but me being the lover of whole, real food and the nutrition-maximizing gal I am, I made them using the whole chickpea and sprouted them myself. (Here is a little guide on sprouting legumes, […]

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Recipe: Buckwheat Crusted Cajun-Style Chicken with Chilli & Almonds

Here is another delicious recipe that uses flavourful spices and gluten-free, flavonoid-rich buckwheat for a delicious Cajun-style chicken. Even though buckwheat is called buck-wheat it isn’t actually a grain, it is a pseudo-seed and is completely gluten-free. Buckwheat Crusted Cajun-Style Chicken with Chilli & Almonds Cajun-Mix Ingredients: Makes enough to coat 4 pieces of chicken thighs […]

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Recipe: Green Energy Soup (A Mitochondria Supporting Recipe)

When we want to eat food to make us feel energetic and happy (which is what food should do), we need to stick to whole, real foods. This because our body needs more than just carbohydrates to produce energy. There are many micro-nutrients we need for optimal mitochondrial function (mitochondria are the “energy factories” of our cells). This is […]

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