Coconut Soup with Squash and Sweet Potato

IMG_5451Don’t you just love seasonal produce? It is something marvellous about eating that which has just been freshly harvested and turning it into a meal. It makes you feel in tune with nature as well as the distant past, when eating seasonally was all that one could do.

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5 minute vegan Pad Thai

 

 

I’m impulsive and impatient when it comes to almost everything. No long thought out plan for me – instead I fly by the seat of my pants in the hope that my intuition will guide me in the right direction through life. This applies to cooking too. Occasionally I plan but mostly I open the fridge and hope there is enough in there for me to do something with, and quick. Continue reading “5 minute vegan Pad Thai”

Tutti Frutti Juice

image“If you are planning to fall off the gluten-free wagon, Germany is a good place to start”

Easter holidays are coming to an end which I dread and welcome in equal measure. Doing the daily school run for another term is daunting when you’ve got used to PJ’s until early afternoons and homework free evenings. But I also welcome the routine which keeps me on the straight and narrow when it comes to sleep and food/drink in particular. Continue reading “Tutti Frutti Juice”

The Art of Preparation

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As we all know, in order for any new regime to take hold we need to make it easy to follow. It’s no good having delicious ingredients if they are not readily prepared when you get the munchies. As boring as it may sound, advanced preparation is key to healthy eating – it is also the best way of ensuring you have the right stuff to make nutritious lunch boxes in seconds and quick snacks when you get the urge. Here are some simple tips to keep you on the straight and narrow: Continue reading “The Art of Preparation”