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Recipes

Sunflower Slaw

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sunflower slaw

Sunflower slaw on a sunny day Sunflower slaw is another variation on coleslaw. One of my favourite foods – so I’m always coming up with new combinations. This year alone I’ve made: Kohl slaw – with purple kohlrabi Avo slaw – with guacamole instead of mayonnaise Warm slaw – gently heated in a pan Ruby… Read more »

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It’s a wrap!

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gluten-free wrap

Move over sandwiches… for a lighter, tastier and healthier option, make a gluten-free wrap. I used to think wraps were just dry, stodgy and joyless. That’s because when I first tried one it was bought from a supermarket. Then a delicious, moist wrap with marinated halloumi, salad and home-made coleslaw at the Brighton Fringe Festival… Read more »

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Exciting new pancake ideas!

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There’s nothing quite so satisfying as a pancake, so I eat them all year round. But still get excited about Shrove Tuesday about this time of year. I’ve long ago learnt that my digestion is sensitive to wheat, and indeed refined sugar, but that hasn’t got in the way. I regularly use buckwheat, brown rice… Read more »

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Spiced reishi latte – an immune system boost

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Feeling run down? Need an immune system boost? One spiced reishi latte coming up!     There’s nothing I like more on a wintry afternoon or evening than a warming, nourishing, milky drink. It feels like being wrapped in the softest blanket. It can give me the gentle strength to get through the rest of the day,… Read more »

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Apple-icious cake – a gluten-free cake miracle

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  Yesterday I decided to bake a gluten-free cake for my dinner guests. I had a hankering for apples, and I wanted something, moist, and comforting, but light and fluffy. This was an incredibly risky strategy, as: a) Gluten-free cakes are one of the most difficult things. It’s the gluten that makes cakes so deliciously… Read more »

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Warm Slaw

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Warm Slaw – recipe below   Raw vs Cooked? I got my nutrition students to have a Raw vs Cooked debate today. They came up with some really great points. How eating foods raw preserves many of the vitamins and minerals (depending on how and how long it’s been stored). While some nutrients, such as… Read more »

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5 golden milk recipes

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Golden milk for the autumn equinox Golden milk is perfect for this time of year. The autumn equinox marks the passing from the harvest time of late summer, to the autumn season where dying leaves and over-ripened fruit drop to the ground and compost themselves into the earth. It bridges a time of nourishment and… Read more »

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Jelly sweet treat recipes to heal your gut

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Marigold berry jellies

Imagine if you could make a sugar-free version of these for you and your children to enjoy. Super healthy and oh so delicious sweets that help you make white blood cells, soothe your inflamed gut, calm your nervous system and help moderate your brain activity?

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Mini frittata muffins

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mini frittata muffin recipe

This recipe for mini frittata muffins is as versatile as it is delicious. You can get creative with the filling, so that it becomes something new every time you make it. Plus you can have it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or as a satisfying snack. There have been a few studies now confirming what has been… Read more »

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