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Citrus Chicken Recipe

As much as I am a summer kinda gal, I love the produce that every season has to offer. Oranges always seem like a boring bet when it comes to eating winter fruit, but there is so much you can do with citrus when it comes to cooking. Citrus provides us with potassium, vitamin C and vitamin A. They contribute to the production of collagen as...

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Winter Stuffed Pumpkin

This is one of my favourite recipes so far! Firstly, it is truly a feast for the eyes, and it looks like a winter wonderland. Secondly, it is so versatile, and it can easily act as an accompaniment to other proteins, it can act as the main part in your winter feast by using mince or lentils. Lastly, it can easily be made for a special...

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Spinach Pancakes

These spinach pancakes are so quick to whip up in the morning. The bonus is that they are super-nourishing too. They are also a great way to get in some greens, especially for toddlers who are becoming a tad picky with their food choices. They can be savoury or sweet. If you are looking for a sweeter option, simpky pop a banana into the mix. Filled with...

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10 Tips On How To Create Healthy Little Eaters

Recently, I have been doing talks for parents at school and in the workspace on how to create healthy little eaters. Every parent wants their child to be healthy and happy. The question is, as a parent, how do you promote this in a balanced way that enhances long-term health physically, emotionally and mentally.   Today we are faced with a double-edged sword dilemma when it comes to...

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Super Green Soup

Last winter, I made a very similar soup to this one. It’s amazing how many variations of one soup can be made, just by switching one or two ingredients. What’s useful with this soup, is that it’s filled with green goodness, and can be eaten as a relatively calorie free starter or snack in a mug. All these greens are packed with folic acid, potassium, vitamin...

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Carrot, Turmeric and Ginger Soup

Bugs Bunny, one of the most beloved cartoon characters, is not the only one who is a great fan of carrots, and for good reason. Carrots, a healthy root vegetable, are a very good source of beta carotene, fibre, vitamin K, potassium and nutrients that promote antioxidant effects on the body. These nutrients benefit us by promoting good vision, immune health, bone strength and blood pressure...

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Fish Tacos with Guac

Oh my word, I cannot tell you how delicious these fish tacos were. These tacos are not only great when entertaining, but they are fun to build and prepare and can make for a great family meal - really involving the children. They are high fibre, filled with vegetables that offer an abundance of vitamins, minerals and bioactives and they make for a great light meal. Hake...

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Whole-grain Homemade Tacos

You may think it’s complicated and time consuming to make your own tacos. Well, you are wrong. I made these bad boys the other day and what I didn’t realise is how simple and easy the recipe and process is. Of course, when you are in a huge hurry and couldn’t be bothered to make your own, buying store-bought tacos is an easy solution. But, for those days...

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How to pickle a radish

Looking to quickly pickle some radishes, onion or even mushrooms? This recipe is for you. A few simple ingredients, 10 minutes of your time and you have a tangy pickle to add to your morning eggs, sandwiches, tacos and poké bowls. This pickle recipe is not the one I refer to when I reference fermented foods that are good for the gut. This pickling recipe uses vinegar and...

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