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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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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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The amazing Stinging Nettle! Read why and try my delicious recipes!

Have you made the most of the wonderful young spring stinging nettles this year?  Did you know that our common ‘stinging nettle’ is a wonderful herbal medicine for the kidneys?  In ancient Greek times, they were primarily used as a laxative and a diuretic.  Some people use […]

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Emma’s Dairy-free Pesto

Emma’s Dairy-free Pesto ½ cup cashew nuts 1 cup yeast flakes 4 handfuls kale or spinach Olive oil, good glug Sea salt and pinch of cayenne pepper Place the cashew nuts, yeast flakes and kale in a food processor. Add a good drizzle of olive oil Whizz […]

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Warm Chicken Soup

Keep your chicken bones from your Sunday Roast!  This delicious chicken soup should keep you warm as the days get colder.  Chicken bones are full of minerals particularly calcium so making stock from them is great for your bones. Chicken Stock 1 chicken carcass 1 onion, roughly […]

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Wild Salmon marinated in Middle-Eastern Spices

This is another dish inspired by the ‘Seasonal Kitchen’.  The fish is rich in omega 3 oils to support mental health and spices which give this fish a fantastic flavour. Serves 4 4 tbs olive oil 1 tbs ground cumin 1 tsp smoked paprika 1 tsp chilli […]

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Nut and dill pâté with cranberry relish

This recipe was contains plenty of essential fatty known to help depression and anxiety.  It is a wonderful alternative to a meat pâté yet just as rich, delicious and versatile.  It was inspired from a recipe written by Rose Elliot, the ‘Delia Smith’ of Vegetarian cooking! Serves […]

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Thai Green Salmon Curry with Brown Rice

I was inspired by a recipe by Nick Nairn who well known for his delicious Salmon dishes.  This recipe uses the finest British seasonal vegetables while remaining wonderfully authentic and fresh. Serves 4 4tbs olive oil 1 onion, finely sliced 1 red pepper, seeded and sliced 6tbs […]

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