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#Mediterranean #Lentil, #Turmeric and Lemon Broth - #antiinflammatorydiet #soup #vegetables #recipe

This healthy, colour-packed recipe scoops up some key anti-inflammatory ingredients and simmers them in a silky autumnal broth. Whether you are fighting a cold, feeling low in energy or just fancy a nourishing bowl of something tasty, be sure to make time for this intensely flavoured and easily made soup. I bet you already have …

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NOTE: I’ve had issues with a blog “plug-in”, so most of you have not been getting updates from me for quite awhile. As the recipes were just hanging around in the ether I will be re-posting most of these late summer/early autumn recipes. Apologies if you have managed to see these by coming straight to my …

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#Mediterranean #Lentil, #Turmeric and Lemon Broth - #antiinflammatorydiet #soup #vegetables #recipe

This healthy, colour-packed recipe scoops up some key anti-inflammatory ingredients and simmers them in a silky autumnal broth. Whether you are fighting a cold, feeling low in energy or just fancy a nourishing bowl of something tasty, be sure to make time for this intensely flavoured and easily made soup. I bet you already have …

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A nourishing, easy and slightly unusual version of comfort food staple, lentil soup. Top with pureed spinach and caraway pitta croutons for a dinner party version. Naturally vegan and perfect for lunch. Add optional grains to this Mediterranean diet soup while it cooks for a main meal with staying power. kelliesfoodtoglow.com

Lentil soup is a standard lunch staple in many a kitchen. Whether it is from a tin, or lovingly crafted from gathered produce and a sweeping armful of warming spices, lentil soup is a giver. Hearty, comforting, homey, exotic, simple, nourishing, and ambrosial – lentil soup in its various forms ticks a lot of delicious …

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Those of us fortunate enough to have space for a greenhouse, a sunny patch of garden, allotment, or indeed – in my case – a brilliantly-bright conservatory, are rubbing our hands in either glee or tense anticipation. Months of tending, cutting out pesky suckers, watering, feeding and tying up are about to pay off with …

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It is an unassailable fact that citrus fruits are perfect: as tart-sweet shreds suspended in amber and spread on toast; gently stewed with vegetables in spiced tagines; magically thickening with coconut butter to make raw key lime pie – or with eggs, butter and condensed milk for the real deal; blitzed into creamy submission in green smoothies; as sparkling slices in breakfast bowls. …

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  Not a month seems to go by when there isn’t yet more good news about food and health. This month it is once again the turn of the Mediterranean diet to bask in the scientific limelight. But before I get too excited and ramble on as is my norm (which I will no doubt do anyway), …

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The stuffed vegetable needs no introduction, especially to anyone from around the Mediterranean or in the Middle East. The farcis, dolmades, yemista, mahashi/mehshi – all can be exquisite examples of a country’s cuisine. Heat-softened, spoonsful of tender herb-flecked grains pressed into the hollowed out spaces – humble, easily grown vegetables elevated to the centre of …

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Oh good. You’ve got past the scary title. I know, I know. I go from sugar and spice and everything nice, to sardines and chermoula. That’s what you get when you come here: the unexpected, the unusual…the unpronounceable. Apologies are due if you were lured in by last week’s summer berries crumble tart, a crisp …

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