Category: Recipes

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Salad of the Season? Spinach, Orange & Cucumber

This salad is one of our my favourites and it’s delicious! What can I say? Oh, it’s THE salad of the season! I love to pair this punchy salad with a balance of protein, fats and carbs: well-seasoned, sliced cold grilled steak; smoked meats or fish; a real, proper pate; ripe raw, soft...

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‘The Easiest, Sexiest Salad in the World!’ Parma Ham, Fig and Buffalo Mozzarella

“Trust me, this fig salad recipe will blow your socks off – it’s beautifully creamy, sweet and salty” Jamie Oliver I’m sharing this Jamie Oliver recipe because not only is it a perfect flavour combination, but the Parma ham and buffalo mozzarella deliver on satiating proteins, saturated fats and calcium requirements and the figs are amazingly nutritious...

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Best-Ever Summer Chicken ZOODLE Soup! (It’s Grain-Free)

I love pasta and noodles, but as the nasty, hidden and unhealthy truth about modern wheat and other grains (and the flour-based products derived from them) comes to light, world-wide, it really is time find alternatives to protect our gut and our health.  If you love your noodles, trust us, this alternative will blow you away! I offer this...

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Real Orange Juice is a Powerful Friend, Not a Sugary Foe!

I drink OJ daily, powered up with sprinkle of sea salt (to aid hydration and down-regulate stress hormones) and a teaspoon of powdered gelatin (collagen hydrolysate – to support the liver with non-inflammatory amino acids glycine, proline, glutamic acid and alanine). But, buyer beware – there’s real orange juice and then, there’s the fake stuff passed off...

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Chorizo, Red Pepper & Sweet Potato Frittata

This delicious one-pan, stove-top frittata is a meal in a pan, with a great balance of proteins, carbs and fats. It will sort you out for: Breakfast – served solo Lunch – great for the lunch box, add a serving of slaw Supper – your choice of tomato or green leaf salads,...

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Cauliflower Tabbouleh – Your Nutritional Hero

The humble cauliflower is actually a nutritional hero.  It contains very high levels of vitamin C and it’s a good source of Vitamin K.  It packs in a host of beneficial nutrients: most minerals; cell protective anti-oxidants and phytonutrients; heart and gut protective suphraphane; dietary fibre for digestive health and choline for brain development...

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Beetroot and Avocado Breakfast Soup. Paleo, or Any Cuisine!

There’s a perfect solution for that ‘between’ season breakfast.  Breakfast smoothies are great in the warmer months, but what to do when mornings are still a bit (very?) chilly, and we’re wanting something warm and comforting  but quick and delicious to kick-start our day?  Oh, and transportable if possible! Hmm … So I put my taste buds to...

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Home Made Yoghurt Has Gravitas!

Cultured dairy foods have been around since about 10,000 BC.  To the ancient Assyrians, yoghurt was known as lebney or ‘life’.  Its beneficial medicinal properties were prized in ancient cultures and in contemporary cultures we’re catching up with ancient food wisdom. Yoghurt is credited with healing everything from gastrointestinal complaints to eczema. What’s so hot...