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Rich and spicy black bean chilli

By | May 15th, 2016|Recipes|

This would be a great recipe for a slow cooker! Black beans are a great source of insoluble fibre, folate, manganese, iron and protein (to name a few). Their fibre content aids digestive function and don't fear, if you soak the dried beans before cooking and then rinse them and discard the water it removes [...]

Posh chocolate

By | May 22nd, 2015|Recipes|

As I live in Switzerland (the land of amazing chocolate) it would wrong of me not to have a go at making my own "posh chocolate". If you walk the street of Zürich, or any Swiss city for that matter, you will walk past windows full of huge slabs of chocolate filled with different flavour [...]

Thai green lentils

By | May 8th, 2015|Recipes|

Lentils are a fantastic vegetarian source of protein, B vitamins (especially folate) and also fibre. The types of fibre present are both a soluble and insoluble form. The soluble fibre, once digested, forms a gel-like substance in the digestive tract that binds to bile (which is made up of cholesterol) and takes it out of [...]

Pear and ginger baked oats

By | May 4th, 2015|Recipes|

Baked oats is such a great breakfast option. It differs from porridge in that you get a lovely crunchy top, plus you don't have to stand there stirring it! I used pears for this recipe, however I have another recipe for strawberry nad rhubarb oats which is also delicious. You can choose to make these [...]

Spicy chicken strips

By | April 27th, 2015|Recipes|

You can't really go wrong with chilli, garlic and ginger! The combinations of ingredients gives you some fantastic health benefits, from the heart-protective garlic, the medium-chain-triglyceride energy from the coconut oil plus manganese from the pine nuts (essential for bone production, skin integrity nad prottection from free radicals). These chicken strips are simple to make, [...]

Warming yellow smoothie

By | April 18th, 2015|Recipes|

This smoothie contains lucuma powder. If you don't know what this is then, in short, it originates from Peru and is made from a subtropical fruit. It has been used in Peru for centuaries as an anti inflammatory agent and to promote wound healing. Studies are inconclusive about these health benefits, however it is [...]

Steamed pears with caramelised, spiced maple syrup

By | April 18th, 2015|Recipes|

What do you do with over ripe pears?!? Make this!!!! It satisfied a desire for a dessert, provided a portion of fruit and reduced our food waste - a nutrition hat-trick! This is very easy and fast to make, and looks impressive too if you have guests. I enjoy this without any topppings but it [...]