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Sourdough Bread

Sourdough Bread

  The Coronavirus lockdown has had its challenges and low points, but one of the unexpected benefits is that I enjoyed learning how to make sourdough bread. It has been something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, so I’m grateful for the opportunity to slow […]

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Salmon Pate

This is a delicious pate which is full of goodness. It has lots of omega 3 for brain health and natural yoghurt for gut microbiome! 125g Smoked Salmon 200g Fresh Wild Salmon 3 tablespoons Natural Yoghurt 1 tablespoon chopped Dill 1-2 teaspoon (or to taste) freshly squeezed Lemon […]

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Bone Broth

Both stock and broth are made from animal carcasses, but where bones are simmered for a couple of hours to make stock, bone broth requires a much longer process. For broth, bones are slowly simmered for a long period of time.  The resulting broth is nutrient dense […]

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Still savouring the summer: blackberries

Still savouring the summer: blackberries

Oh, it is the season for blackberries! If you have been in the UK lately, and fortunate enough to be near some countryside or hedgerows, you will likely have seen the bramble bushes getting ready for a bumper crop. This magical time of the year – when […]

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Glorious Summer Salads

Glorious Summer Salads

A Trove of Summer Salad Recipes Last month, I said I would suggest some delicious salad recipes for your nice cold-pressed salad oils to go on. So here we are! When made well, salads can be filling and absolutely delicious. They’re also a great opportunity to eat […]

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Tomato Flaxseed Crackers

Tomato Flaxseed Crackers These are delicious  a delicious alternative to traditional savoury biscuits.  They work well with cheese, chicken liver pate and as a wholesome snack with a bit of butter.  They have a wonderful Italian taste!   Ingredients 1 red pepper, roughly chopped 2 tomatoes, roughly […]

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Paleo Bread

Paleo Bread This bread has a lovely texture. Preheat oven to 160°C (250°F) Ingredients 200g whole almonds (150g ground & 50g left whole) 50g walnuts 50g pumpkin seeds 50g sunflower seeds 50g linseed/flaxseeds 50g sesame seeds ¼ cup olive oil ½ tsp baking soda ½ tsp salt […]

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Almond and Carob Protein Balls

Almond and Carob Protein Balls (inspired by Deliciously Ella) A delicious protein energy ball – they disappear very quickly from our fridge! Ingredients 100g Almonds  200g Medjool Dates  2 tablespoons raw Carob Powder 1 1/4 tablespoons Almond Butter 1 tablespoon Coconut Oil   Method Place the almonds […]

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Sweet Treats for Easter

Sweet Treats for Easter

Sweet Treats for Easter So, after a pretty long and serious blog last month about the impact of sugar – here are some delicious sweet treats for Easter! They are all free from table sugar and have minimal ‘free’ sugars. I offer them as delicious, healthier alternatives […]

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Paleo Quiche

Paleo Quiche (Salmon and Asparagus) Almonds give a wonderfully crisp nutty pastry that are high in protein and beneficial oils.  Wild salmon is a great source of your beneficial omega 3 oils which are needed for good brain function.  Homemade almond milk is easy-peasy and a great alternative […]

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