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Summer Salad Series – Summer Asian Crunch

Umami. Nutty. Crunchy. Oriental This salad has an oriental flair and satisfies all those nutty cravings. Sulforaphane on a plate is a great way to describe this dish. Filled with red cabbage, coriander, micro herbs and mint; these ingredients ‘switch on’ those detoxification genes and anti-oxidant pathways. Shiitake mushrooms are high in copper and vitamin B. The have been strongly linked to having immune boosting and anti-cancer effects....

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Peanut Butter Ice-cream & Peanut Butter Balls

Creamy. Nutty. Cooling. Delectable. Nourishing. Are you ready for this delicious peanut butter creamed ice-cream?! This is a dessert that you can easily make when you are looking for something sweet. Whether you can make the peanut butter ice-cream or you top it off with these toughy-like peanut butter balls, this dessert is a win. High in monounsaturated fats, vitamin B3, vitamin E, magnesium, manganaese and pre-biotics, this ice-cream...

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Cruciferous Summer Salad

Cruciferous summer salad A medley of colours, flavours and a whole lot of food-gene crosstalk. When I walk through the isles of a shop, I look around and see what ingredients I can combine that will provide that deeper nutritional value. I look for variety and colour, imagining different flavour combinations. With all the cruciferous vegetables, the healthy fats from the nuts and tahina, the curcumin from the...

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Beetroot and Quinoa Burgers

This recipe turned out so well. The earthiness of the beetroot together with my creamy basil and hazelnut pesto was absolutely delicious and light. I tell you, these beet quinoa burgers are such a great option for a meat-free meal, and they are loaded with nutritional benefits. Beets Beetroots are rich in fibre . They contain a good dose of manganese, potassium, folate, vitamin C and antioxidant promoting compounds...

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Kale and Sunflower Seed Pesto

Looking for the ultimate pesto sauce to accompany, well…. most things actually?! This pesto is fresh, crunchy, insanely delicious and boy does it pack a nutritional punch!! Kale provides a good dose of vitamins and minerals such as iron, potassium, calcium, folate and vitamin A.  Kale, being a cruciferous vegetable containing the bioactive known as sulforaphane, has one of the most powerful conversations with your genes. Sulforaphane...

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Strawberry and Tahina Smoothie

Although I love eating my food, some mornings just call for a quick all-in-one breakfast smoothie. This recipe is super easy and super nourishing too. Its filled with vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, fibre and polyphenols.  How does this glass of goodness benefit you?! A refereshing shake made from strawberries , baby spinach , tahina, whey protein powder and almond milk- how could it NOT benefit you?! These ingredients help to...

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Easy Coconut, Almond and Cocoa Date Ball Recipe

These date balls are one of my basic go to snacks. They just tend to hit the nail on the head when it comes to the right amount of chewiness, chocolatiness, nuttiness with a touch of  coconut flair. Below is one of my date ball recipes.  These yummy treatrs can be made in so many different ways. Coconut and Almond Date Ball Ingredients 18 medjool dates 1/3 cup raw cocoa...

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Winter Going on Summer Breakfast Bowls

Savory Beetroot Oats Bowl & Green Breakfast Smoothie Bowl   Being super confused as the whether these warm sun rays are just a taste that summer is on it's way , quite early might I add, or whether we are still in for a few winter days, I decided to make myself both a warming winter and refreshing summer breakfast- why not?! Both these bowls have so many...

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