Oh hi gluten free buckwheat loaf that takes just 45 mins in the oven. How are you, you gorgeous indulgent bread friend with benefits? Your herby lusciousness lures me to you… I drizzle you with olive oil and sink my teeth, sumptuously in to your soft nutty loafiness… Can you tell I haven’t had breadContinue reading “Rosemary & Walnut Buckwheat Loaf”
I was about 10 when I heard my granddad say this. I didn’t fully understand what he was saying as a child, I totally forgot it as a teenager of course and as an adult turned it on its head and lived for every sugary snack, pizza, glass of wine or bag of crisps IContinue reading “Eat to Live, Don’t Live to Eat…5 Life Enhancing Food Choices”
“The weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful…” This line generates a feeling of warmth within me… not just that it connects me to my own inner fire, or Agni as it’s known in Yoga. Tuning in to our own inner Agni can connect us to feelings of internal physical warmth, weContinue reading “Sweet & Sticky Fig & Pistachio Quinoa Porridge…& Eating Intuitively”
I don’t know about you, but until my recent colon cancer diagnosis I hadn’t heard of SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth). SIBO can be responsible for symptoms such as fatigue, bloating, wind, constipation and diarrhoea, Iron and B12 deficiencies as well as more long term chronic disease. It dawned on me (slowly), how my ‘healthy’Continue reading “Colon Cancer, SIBO & Blueberry Breakfast Crumble”
Plant Based, vegan, vegetarian recipe ideas.
Indulgent cacao and chia truffles for chocoholics!
Traditional Hawaiian Ahi Poke recipes call for raw tuna, which, try as I might I’m just not keen on. But in this poke bowl recipe you could absolutely switch out the tofu for tuna, or salmon. The recipe is filled with warming spice and rich toasted sesame flavours, and the good old English Autumn’s stapleContinue reading “An Hawaiian Poke Bowl meets an English Autumn”
Matcha recipes for health and well-being
Coconut, ginger and sweet potato soup. Care for coughs and colds…
So the bountiful August is well and truly in swing… filled with beans, potatoes, herbs, carrots, garlic, beetroot and of course courgettes… Our Allotmenting this year has been less productive than in previous years, mainly because I’ve been focused on getting my yoga class up and running alongside studying…I’m spread pretty thin but Tim andContinue reading “Courgetti Ratatouille”