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Great question Monica! I hope more people answer as I am looking for inspiration too. I've been given advice that this is something I should do in the next few months before my baby arrives! :) Usually I freeze bolog...
I got this recipe out of Natasha Corret and Vicki Edgson's cookbook: "Honestly Healthy". It encourages eating less acidic food and there's no gluten! I came across it when I was put on a gluten detox to see if I was intolertant and the recipes are...
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Monica S answered the question I like cooking but what's a good way to learn the basics?
There is an excellent cookbook for that Betty Crocker does one. I think it is called the Basics of cooking. It is a great resource for anyone. I use it for the how to on herbs.
In the frozen department there are tons of steamed veggies that you can cook easily in the mircowave. Also Get tons of fruit like bananas and apples. Cooking fish it's a very lean protein, can be cooked very quickly and easily in your microwave.Al...
So i'll be living out of essentially a dorm room for the next 3 weeks. I'll have a minifridge and microwave (If theres room I'll bring my toasteroven from home). I can bring some stuff in tupperware there (provided I don't spill it in the car) But...
Hi everyone! So this is one of my absolute FAVOURITE recipes of all time. It's a healthy twist on the traditional shepherd's/cottage pie :) and it's SUPER easy to make :)
Note - I have not given a specific quantity because this depe...
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Corrina T this was our Christmas day starter :-) Its Sumac Scented Lamb Koftas with a Rosewater and Tahini Yoghurt, Toasted Seeds and Almonds, Lambs Lettuce and Pomegranate. Yummers!!! :-)
Corrina T morning all!!! just had the nicest comforting winter breakfast and wanted to share it with you :-) deeeelicious! So i had a small amount of oats, a few hazelnuts, 3 slices of banana, good pinch of cinnamon, a small pinch of cocoa powder, pumpkin seeds, a little splash of maple syrup and some unsweetened almond milk. then i warmed it through then finished it off with a good sprinkling of ground flaxseed and a little chia seeds. oh my goodness, it was so yummy and it may seem like quite a small amount of food but its really really filling due to the ingredients!!! enjoy :-) x