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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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Recipe: Raw Vegan Mango Custard

I like to post a range of recipes for different diet styles, because no one diet fits us all. We’re all individuals which means we don’t all eat the same way. Today I have a vegan recipe which happens to be raw. Though this recipe could also really be eaten by those who follow a […]

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Recipe: Grass Fed Beef Pho + How To Make Bone Broth

 I love soups. They are nourishing, easy to digest, inexpensive,  soothing, delicious and of course nutritious. I have quite a few soupy recipes on this blog such as the Purple Valentine’s Day Soup, Seriously Good Sprouted Chickpea Soup and the Herby Veggie Chicken Soup with Quinoa. Soups can be powered with protein, rich in minerals and vitamins, hydrating, […]

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Recipe: 2 Ingredient Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse

This Raw Chocolate Mousse is lusicous, creamy and a ‘guilt-free’ treat (though I don’t think any treats should induce guilt!). It doesn’t contain any sugar (other than those naturally present in the coconut ‘meat’) but is still really delicious! Recipe: 2 Ingredient Raw Chocolate Mousse Allergen info/recipe info: This recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, egg-free and […]

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Recipe: Homemade Spiced Dandelion Chai Recipe + the Benefits of Bitters

Are you eating bitter foods? Eating bitter vegetables such as dandelion leaf and root, kale, rocket, amaranth and swiss chard can have a great digestion-enhancing effect! These bitter foods help to improve our digestion by increasing bile flow, increasing gastric acid and improving our overall digestive function which improves our nutritional status. It’s the bitter flavour […]

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Recipe: Barbeque Kale Chips

top: baked bbq kale chips. bottom: dehydrated kale chips. Here is another delicious green leafy recipe to get you eating more greens and loving them too! There are so many ways to enjoy kale and other green leafy veggies. Kale chips are really crunchy and delicious and are a healthier alternative to potato chips. Try […]

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Recipe: Balsamic Roasted Veggie Salad with Fennel Seeds, Feta and Wild Olives

Here is another way to get some delicious veg in your diet. Recipe: Balsamic Roasted Veggies Salad with Fennel Seeds, Feta and Wild Olives Ingredients: 4 large beetroot, raw 4 carrots, raw 1 red onion a dash of red balsamic vinegar 1 bit of olive oil 1 tsp. fennel seeds, toasted full-fat feta cheese, crumbled wild […]

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Recipe: Healthier Homemade Cherry Ripe (With Real Food Ingredients)

Two years ago I posted a recipe for Homemade Bounty Bars which has become one of the most popular recipes on my Health Food Lover blog. Now here is another treaty recipe, just healthified. This time I have made a recipe for Healthier Homemade Cherry Ripe made with real food ingredients (no artificial colours, sugars, flavours) just like […]

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Recipe: Slow-Cooked Kangaroo Bolognese with Zucchini Spaghetti

This bolognese is really very delicious and is worth the wait to cook it! This is actually the second time I’ve made it. The first time I used organic beef, while this time around I used kangaroo mince. Both were great. The first time I served the bolognese on some steamed veggies which is another […]

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