How to Make Turmeric Butter Try making turmeric butter. It is an easy and delicious way to include this anti-inflammatory food into your diet. Use on sandwiches, with grains or mix a teaspoon of turmeric butter with warm milk for a tasty beverage. Ingredients: ¼ cup virgin cold-pressed coconut oil, softened but not melted ¼… Read More


Cucumber with Kale Pesto Ingredients: Kale Pesto: 2 cups of de-ribbed kale leaves ¼ cup raw sunflower seeds ½ cup of cold pressed olive oil ½ teaspoon of unrefined sea salt 1 clove of garlic Juice of one lemon Cucumber spaghetti 1 large cucumber OPTIONAL: Nutritional yeast flakes – sprinkle on top just before serving. Also use… Read More


Baked Amaranth with Beets I got some fresh organic beets—which usually I would use for salads or juice,  but today I wanted something warm. The cupboard was a little bare but I had amaranth and thought to combine both beets and amaranth and bake them. This little experiment resulted in a dish I will definitely make again. The result: delicious,… Read More


Oatmeal Whole Wheat Bread Quick and easy to make oatmeal whole wheat bread. Ingredients: 1 cup of rolled oats 1 cup of whole wheat flour 2 teaspoons of baking powder 1 teaspoon of salt 2 tablespoons of honey 1 tablespoon vegetable oil/coconut butter 1 cup of buttermilk or nut milk for vegan option Directions: Preheat oven to 450°F / 230°C. Mill… Read More


Banana Crumble Ingredients: 4 ripe bananas 100 grams of oat flakes 1 tablespoon of tahini ½ cup of flaked almonds (walnuts or other nuts, seeds) —Use any nuts or seeds you have or omit if you prefer. 1 level teaspoon of ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon of coconut butter or other oil Directions: Use the coconut butter to… Read More


Dulse Seaweed Dulse: Palmaria palmate Dulse, also known as Dillisk, (Dilleasc or Creathnach in Irish), is a red seaweed that has been harvested along the coasts of Ireland for centuries. It is sold dried, either whole or flaked. Dried dulse has a soft, chewy texture and rich umami flavour. It has been likened to smoked bacon… Read More


Chickpeas with dill Want some bean protein without the gas? Chickpeas are not only a good source of protein but are also rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Dill is carminative, which means it calms and soothes the digestive tract and minimises rumbling and grumblings and flatulence. It is also rich in antioxidants and vitamins,… Read More


Walnut Fig Carob Bites Ingredients: 15 dried figs, remove stems 2 cups walnuts 2 teaspoons of carob powder 1 teaspoon of cinnamon 1 tablespoon of milled chia seeds 1 tablespoon of dark tahini Juice of half a lemon Large sheet of cling-film Directions: Blitz the walnuts in a food processor using an S-blade to form… Read More


Sea Spaghetti (seaweed): Himanthalia elongata Sea spaghetti has a mild sweet taste. It cooks up in minutes, tastes great as a healthy substitute for conventional pasta or chop and add to salads, stir-fries, soups and stews, or serve in place of a green vegetable. If you like a savoury chew try eating it raw, fresh… Read More


Sweet Potato Tahini Cream Sauce Serves 2-4 Ingredients 350 grams of sweet potato, chopped into medium-sized chunks 2 tbsp Whole Tahini 3 tbsp lemon juice 1/4 teaspoon of powdered cinnamon A pinch of unrefined sea salt   Directions: Steam the sweet potato until soft, about 8 – 10 minutes.  Don’t throw out the steaming water. Blend… Read More