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Miso-Tahini Squash Soup

The weather is getting colder and that means it’s time for heart-warming dishes like soup! Miso is a fermented soybean paste commonly used in Japan. Miso can have many health benefits, such as improved digestion, beneficial bacteria for a healthy gut, strengthening your immune system and lowering cholesterol. Tahini is a Middle Eastern paste or […]

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Eggplant and Lentil Curry

I can’t remember the last time I cooked an Indian meal. Last week we had a couple come and stay with us, and we had homemade Indian meals for two nights in a row. I had parathas for the first time and it tasted so good with curries that I can’t get it out of […]

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Zucchini Noodles – Asian Style

I enjoy using a mandoline so much that I made zucchini noodles again! If you don’t own a mandolin or spiralizer, simply grate them and the texture will just be finer. If you are good and fast with knife, julienne them (cut into short, thin strips). I tweaked the recipe for zucchini noodles a bit […]

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Pesto Zucchini Noodles Recipe

I finally got a chance to make zucchini noodles! To make this dish, you will need either a mandoline or a spiralizer. This kitchen tool is great and I am looking forward to using it more often in the future! It makes grating and slicing a breeze. This dish an excellent choice if you are sensitive […]

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Broccoli, Apple and Celery Salad

I have been thinking about making a simple green salad, but I want something not made up of leafy greens. The next simple green salad I can think of is with green apples and celery, so this is what I made. I find this salad is more than just an ordinary celery salad. This has […]

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Banana Bread with Coconut Flour

Banana bread is one of my favorite baked goods since I was young. Now that I get to make it myself with wholesome ingredients, I am more in love with it. It’s so versatile that I can create a variety of flavors. I can have it as breakfast, toasted and topped with yoghurt and fresh […]

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Seed Bread Recipe

I was looking to make a quick seed bread that is gluten and dairy free, yet still high in protein and fibre. This idea came about after I finished a loaf of bread by Venerdi. I can only find it in certain supermarkets so I thought of making something similar. I love the bread as it is […]

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Crispy Kale Chips Recipe

Hello all! I am excited to share with you this kale chips recipe. It all started when I found this in a health store. I was curious and when I looked at the ingredients and nutrition information, it is considered as a great snack with good amount of protein and fibre, made with natural ingredients. […]

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Nutrimeal Free Idea – Another One For Your Sweet Tooth!

This fudge may be gluten, dairy and soy free but it’s certainly not taste free! This chocolate fudge is smooth and creamy and packed full of protein and calcium. Quick and easy, it would also make a great base with a dob of coconut yoghurt, topped with fresh raspberries and a sprinkling of freeze dried raspberry […]

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Vegetarian Pizza with Cauliflower Base

I saw photos of cauliflower base vegetarian pizzas a couple of times on social media and last week I was running out of ideas on what to cook, so I thought I would give it a go. The recipe sounds like hard work, but in fact it’s straightforward and easy to make. At least it’s easier than […]

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