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Plump disks of roasted sweet potato, shreds of kale, popped golden turmeric chickpeas, all slathered in an easy and hugely nourishing za'atar hummus dressing. An easy vegan lunch, side dish or salad - the choice is yours.

Plump disks of roasted sweet potato, shreds of kale, popped golden turmeric chickpeas, all slathered in an easy and hugely nourishing za’atar hummus dressing. An easy vegan lunch, side dish or salad – the choice is yours. Is this a salad, a side dish or lunch? I’m really not sure, perhaps because it is all …

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Health-enhancing ingredients mixed into a no-bake granola bar. Perfect for healthy snacking and lunch boxes. Vegan and easily gluten-free.

Marrying health with not only taste but ease and interest is something IΒ aim for – most days. I’ve got better at it over the years, I think. Not only in my day-to-day cooking adventures but in recipe development for work, brands and here on my tiny slice of cyberspace. As we all seem to be …

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Many of us are still in holiday mood. I speak as someone eyeing up an unclaimed box of chocolates whilstΒ also contemplating when it is seemly to ask my lovely in-laws if they would like a glass of ProseccoΒ (it is not quite 4 pm; but it is Boxing Day.). πŸ˜‰

The first, slenderΒ shocking-pink stalks of January’s forced rhubarb have come and gone. And at quite aΒ ticket. Did you take home a paltry bundle at exorbitant price like I did? If so, did you roast it to enjoy with slices of blood orange, or poach it gently under foil? Did you pair it with apples under …

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For the first time ever I am pretty much re-posting one of my top posts; one that many of you will not have seen. I don’t have much truck with the idea of super foods:Β for nearly anything you can name context is so important, and the term super food as typically used gives a false …

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This is my science-updated take on an old Ayurvedic treatment beloved of Indian grandmothers. Treatment for what, you may wonder. Just about everything. Although clinical evidence supporting its cure-all reputation is scanty (not many big studies have been funded), what is around looks very promising. Very promising indeed. And with 14 centuries of culinary and …

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