Natural Dyed Easter Eggs with Trout Mayo and Herbs | Some News

Coloured with three simple ingredients: fresh turneric for deep orange, beetroot for pink and red cabbage for a delightful shade of duck egg blue, these natural dyed Easter eggs are pretty just as pretty on the outside as they are in.

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Homemade Gummy Bears with No Added Sugar PLUS 10 Tips for Making Them at Home

They are the kind of lollies you won’t mind your kids having. Homemade Gummy Bears in 4+ whole food (no juice or sugar) flavours and many more possible combinations. Tasty, healthy, fun and set in minutes! PLUS 10 tips for making homemade jellies at home and a vegan version as [...]

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Green Vegetable Curry in a Hurry

I don’t know when or why I started to use that silly rhyme to refer to this dish, but since this fragrant Green Veg Curry can be thrown together in 15 minutes, it’s quicker (and healthier) than ordering in. We all love it, and often serve it with the steamed [...]

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Vegetarian Quinoa Fried Rice

With the traditional trimmings of fried egg, peas and diced green vegetables, this Vegetarian Quinoa Fried Rice could make for a satisfying dinner, or a nutritious side. It makes me happy because I love quinoa and Matt loves it because he still gets to have rice. Win win, and a [...]

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Raw Strawberry Chocolates PLUS Why They Are So Good For You

Raw Strawberry Chocolates that stay set at room temperature (YES, you can store them in the pantry and take them places). Packed with superfoods and whole ingredients. Paleo, dairy-free, nut-free and sweetened with bee pollen. Find out exactly why they are so good for you and your loved ones. There’s [...]

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Cabbage and Fennel Slaw with a Mustard Avocado Dressing

Forget bottled dressings. This rustic Cabbage and Fennel Slaw is made using a wholesome creamy, lip-tingling and oh-so-good Avocado and Mustard Dressing you’ll love. PLUS see how you can get the February issue of the Thermie Living magazine featuring one of my smoothie recipes for FREE!

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Homemade Snickers Bars and Cookies

When I first made these Snickers Bars come Cookies I had planned to simply bake them, but I fell in love with the smooth almost English toffee-like texture and sweet peanut buttery flavour of the raw dough. Two recipes in one. Freezable, bake-able and dairy-free.

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Lentil Coconut and Ham Hock Soup

Fragrant with kaffir lime leaves, chilli and shredded coconut, this Lentil Coconut and Ham Hock Soup, makes for a more summery rendition of the traditional winter comfort dish. But, to be honest, it’s good no matter the season.

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