Sourdough, the World’s Slowest Bread aka ‘The Rise & Rise of Lupa the Immortal’ aka My Soapbox…

I’ve been inspired by the Real Bread campaign recently, and #sourdoughseptember… Those of you who know me, know I have a real ‘bee in my bonnet’ about bread.  It’s a staple, and it’s massively exploited for that reason.  Unfortunately the bread we buy from the supermarket shelf really can’t call itself bread.  Yes it’s derivedContinue reading “Sourdough, the World’s Slowest Bread aka ‘The Rise & Rise of Lupa the Immortal’ aka My Soapbox…”

Byron Breakfast Smoothie

Tim and I met in Byron Bay in 2001… 10 years later we went back to get married and it remains to be one of our favourite places on Earth.  Back then Phoenix ran the juice bar on Jonson Street, he blended frozen fruit with yoghurt and added hits of wheatgrass, it was a revelationContinue reading “Byron Breakfast Smoothie”

I Carried a Watermelon (smoothie)… It’s a classic!

If you’re a dirty dancing fan it’s just as pleasing to watch this clip as it is to whizz up some watermelon with coconut milk and banana for a morning or snack smoothie! Ingredients for 1 smoothie: 1 generous slice of watermelon 1/2 banana 1tbsp ground almonds / chia seeds/ linseeds or other coconut milkContinue reading “I Carried a Watermelon (smoothie)… It’s a classic!”

Vegan Bircher Muesli in a Kilner Jar

I love a ‘Bircher’… I first had it in the health food cafe in Byron Bay (Australia), so have a habit of saying it in a pretty bad Aussie accent!  This vegan version suits me though, I’m just not keen on milk and love the taste of coconut milk.  I think it’d be just asContinue reading “Vegan Bircher Muesli in a Kilner Jar”

Hazelnut Chocolate Porridge

Thanks to Ella for turning back on to porridge, perfect as the weather turns chilly and juicing or smoothies are just too cold.  My mum’s mum is Scottish so oats are sacred to us… Although I’m not sure Robina MacDonald would like this one?  It’s a far cry from oats, water and salt! Ingredients (forContinue reading “Hazelnut Chocolate Porridge”