This ricotta, asparagus and salmon dish is very versatile as you can enjoy it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. We love it as an alternative to eggs in the morning. It’s super quick and easy to prepare and full of flavour and nutrients. Perfect for those following the Rejuvenated program or as part of any healthy eating lifestyle.
Winter or summer, it is easy to catch a common cold or nasty flu. There are many natural home remedies for colds and flu but today we want to teach you how to make your own, homemade throat lozenges.
We’ve all heard that including more offal in our diet is not only nutritionally beneficial but is also good for the planet, yet our squeamishness and perhaps our lack of previous offal cooking experience often stops us from trying things like chicken liver and sweetbreads. However, cooking lambs liver or chicken hears are easier than you think and can be very delicious if you know what to pair them with. [Read more…]
It looks and feels like a traditional hummus made with chickpeas yet the ingredients might surprise you. Instead of using legumes as a base, which can often irritate the gut and cause indigestion, I used soaked cashews, roasted cauliflower and garlic which worked beautifully together to create a fluffy and tasty hummus like dip. [Read more…]
We all have that one little healthy eating trick that we like to share around with friends and family. Besides having a daily glass of lemon water, I try to have at least one raw vegetable dish a day. Sometimes it’s just a few raw vegetable sticks with a dip but usually I have a big, crunchy salad with a fabulous dressing and some protein for lunch. I love the freshness and textures of raw veggies and don’t even get me started on all the nutritional benefits of live enzymes and antioxidants.
Besides the lovely, subtle fusion of Asian and sea flavours, this salad has three awesome things going for it – dulse seaweed, prawns and kohlrabi – all of which are super nutritious (see What’s good about it), making it a total winner in my recipe book.
Rather than going head first into gorging on chocolate Easter eggs, we thought we might do a bit of hunting around and dig up some different and unique traditional Easter foods and dishes for you during this upcoming holiday period. Some a little more healthy…others not so much 🙂 The whole idea was to simply show you that there are many different flavours and tastes to be explored! We like to present things that are a little ‘outside of the box’ to get you thinking. [Read more…]
Pashka, Paskha, Pascha or Pasha is a traditional festive dish made in Eastern Orthodox countries for Easter Sunday. Having grown up in Ukraine, I insisted on making a healthy version of this rich, velvety dessert for the website in the lead up to the festive season.
Forget about greasy fish and chips and stodgy frozen fish fingers. There are so many other easy and exciting white fish recipes to try. This recipe for fish fingers from Irena’s book Eat Drink Paleo Cookbook is just one example. Nutrient dense and full of flavour, this dish will delight both grown ups and kiddies.