Fish cakes, patties or burgers is a great way to get more of nutritious fish (and seafood) into your diet. It’s also a cost effective way of eating fish as you’re mixing it up with other starchy, cheaper ingredients such as vegetables. Adding some exciting flavours and spices means that even the fussiest eaters can enjoy a little more fish. [Read more…]
Paneer is a fresh cheese that is super easy to make and requires no aging or culturing. It is made simply using full fat milk and vinegar (you can also use lemon juice instead of the vinegar) – a basic chemical reaction happens when the acid (vinegar or lemon juice) is tipped into the milk and causes the casein to ‘clump’ together to form the paneer.
It is typically used in Indian cuisine and so it pairs wonderfully to spices such as turmeric and cumin, which I have used in this recipe. It has a very mild flavour and is crumbly in texture. It will not melt and holds its shape, so it is great for use in various vegetarian dishes from soups to curries.
It is still of course dairy, so if you are sensitive to dairy – particularly casein, maybe give this recipe a miss 🙂
Need a super quick mid-week meal? This Nourishing Vegetable Broth with Spiced Paneer is perfect. It is vegetarian – so it is great if you are wanting a ‘meat-free’ meal and the spices in it make it is yummy and warming. You can mix up the vegetables used in the ingredients – just use up whatever you might have in the fridge at the time. Super easy and super tasty!
Superfoods are the hottest ticket in your quest for health…but what is a superfood? According to Google, a superfood is:
“a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being.”
So, unless you have been living under a rock, I’m sure you are all well aware that coconut water has been the ‘go-to’ for a super cool, wellness conscious, friendly drink. It has been the drink of choice for some – to have post workout, as a base to your smoothie or as a mixer in your favourite mocktail.
New Year’s Resolutions – who’s made a list? According to Statistic Brain the top resolution for 2014 in America was to lose weight… hmm… no surprises there. This was followed by: Getting organised, spending less and saving more, enjoying life and staying fit and healthy. They also note that 45% of Americans make a new year’s resolution and about 8% successfully achieve their resolution. Wow only 8% achieve their goals…seems a lot of people don’t follow through on these resolutions! Why?
Heralded as the latest ‘go-to’ detox item, charcoal is all the rave at the moment! Eat it, drink it, brush your teeth with it AND use it as a face mask! Charcoal facial masks are great for refreshing your look (which is great over this Christmas party season) – but the store bought masks can get very pricy. Here is a super quick and easy homemade activated charcoal facial mask that you can whip up at home in 2 minutes and it will leave you with a beautiful, fresh glow!
The silly season is upon us! Here at Rejuvenated for Life, we are not about telling you what you can and can’t do. You are a big kid – you can figure that one out for yourself! So rather than tell you that you should not be drinking to excess over the silly season, we are going to give you a little run down on what happens when you have a hangover and what you can do from a ‘food’ point of view to perhaps better manage the morning after.
There are many harmful ingredients in commercial deodorants and as the demand for natural alternatives rises, we start to see more friendly versions such as an aluminium free deodorant or a paraben free deodorant on the market. I have tried just about every natural deodorant on the market, some of which work pretty well and some that leave a lot to be desired. However, even with some of the chemicals removed, most commercial products still contain unpleasant nasties.
These little paleo cheesecake bites are full of zesty lemon flavour with sweet and nutty paleo crust. They are great for entertaining or to have in the fridge for a little afternoon treat. Their size makes them ideal for lunch boxes too. For those of you looking for a grain-free, dairy-free, paleo version of a lemon cheesecake, this is a great recipe to try. These can be turned into vegan cheesecake cupcakes by replacing gelatine with something like agar agar.