We’ve been out picking spray free strawberries for the freezer. At the same time it’s an activity that involves lots of nutritious movement. All the squatting and kneeling is great for a pregnant lady like me Opposite chair and couch sitting, it facilitates and encourages […]
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Homemade popcorn made with healthy coconut oil. Bliss balls. Water. Not to forget mum’s “coffee” made on roasted dandelion root and topped up with coconut milk. A little inspiration if you want to avoid vegetable oil, processed sugars, artificial colours etc. If this post […]
First batch of young kale this summer turned into kale and cashew nut pesto.
The other ingredients are garlic, extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, salt and black pepper.
Enjoy as a dip, on the side or as a spread.
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Wild mushroom side dish for lunch. Judas’s ear or Jew’s ear (Auricularia auricula-judae) is an edible mushroom most commonly found on Elder trees (Sambucus nigra). It grows during the cold season. A great way to get wild foods into your diet when there isn’t much […]
We’re enjoying gluten and grain free pancakes this Saturday morning with bacon, stewed apples and raspberries.
The bacon is organic and free range. The stewed apples are from our garden and with no added sweeteners. The frozen raspberries are also from our garden.
The pancakes are made from half a mashed banana, three eggs, 1/2 cup coconut milk, two heaped tsp. psyllium husk, and a mix of green banana flour and sorghum flour until right consistency.
I felt like “sweetening” this Friday morning with a smoothie bowl and homemade granola. Blend banana and frozen strawberries, kale, coconut milk, vanilla bean powder, collagen protein powder. I used frozen strawberries and kale from the garden. The homemade granola is a mix of nuts, […]
This is my newest addition of reusable and plastic-free straws. I’ve used stainless steel straws for a while but the long one doesn’t fit a kids size glass. These stainless steel short straws from Eco-Straw are a perfect match for my son’s smoothie glass They’re […]
Lately, I’ve been drinking a simple ginger and lemon tea. It has lots of nourishing and healing properties!
I slice the ginger and put it in a mug. Then I pour boiling water in the mug and let it cool so I can drink it without burning myself. That’s when I add a couple of lemon slices. If you would like it sweetened, you can add a few drops of liquid stevia.