How to Make Sprouts at Home | Easy Guide with Soaking Times

Making sprouts at home is easier than you might think, cheaper, and less wasteful as well as you can make as little or as much as you need at a time. It’s all about soaking and sprouting times, so stick to the guide of 18 soaking times outlined below and […]

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Vegetarian Pine Mushroom “Minced Pork” and Beans

Okay, I admit that vegetarian minced pork sounds a lot like an oxymoron or fib. But believe me when I say IT IS GOOD with no fake or soy meats in sight. Made with the currently in-season saffron milkcaps (red pines), it’s a meaty mushroom rendition of one of my […]

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Gluten-free Macadamia and Lemon Madelines with Cardamom Custard

Gluten-free Madelines so simple to make you’ll be able to whip a batch in close to no time. Zesty with a delicious crunch of chopped macadamias. Perfect treat for Mum this Mother’s Day. They are also dairy-free, low sugar / sugar-free and almost paleo.

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Hidden Goodness Mixed Berry Smoothie

My first ever overflowing smoothie in a jar… I kind of get it, but I absolutely adore the hidden goodness and flavour of this blueberries and cream inspired mixed berry smoothie.

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Teff Porridge Bowl Two Ways

Move over Quinoa, there’s a new kid on the gluten-free grain block and it’s called Teff. Teff is an ancient whole grain native to Ethiopia and like other grains it can be used as a porridge base or ground into flour.

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Sugar-free Hot Cross Bun Truffles + Win a $100 Bed Bath N’ Table Gift Card (CLOSED)

Chocolate at Easter time is such a given, as are the traditional hot cross buns. Combining the two in a bite-sized truffle is a fun and indulgent way to enjoy a treat these holidays. Dairy-free,  sugar-free, vegan and Paleo.   A few months ago, as I was brainstorming recipe ideas for […]

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How to Cook the Perfect Roast Chicken and 7 Ideas for Using Leftovers

Roasted chickens are a delicacy and a part of the Sunday lunch menu in many homes. Here are 5 tips that will ensure juicy meat and extend the use of the chicken well beyond the first day. Some of the tips apply to store-bought rotisserie chickens as well. They are […]

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7 Food Groups to Easily Hide in a Smoothie

We all know smoothies are a fantastic way of getting more nutrients into our diets – whole vegetables, fruit and other good for you wholefoods. Best of all they are a delicious way to enjoy your least favourite varieties as well. Great for fussy kids and eaters.  1. Greens: many […]

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