Disease and Illness Prevention, Nutrition

Crispy Asian peanut tofu

In the culinary world, tofu has a bad rap when it comes to taste and texture. However, when properly prepared, this bean curd will give you a flavourful and satisfying meal. With its mild taste, tofu absorbs the flavours from the seasonings, herbs, spices, sauces and foods that accompany it. It’s one of the easiest […]

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Disease and Illness Prevention, Nutrition

Fresh and healthy blueberry muffins

They’re moist, they’re healthy and they’re bursting with blueberries! I came up with this recipe this weekend. Packed with wholesome ingredients, these muffins are great at breakfast or as a mid-day snack. I made them with white spelt flour, wheat germ, rolled oats, Greek yoghurt, almond or cashew butter, almond or cashew milk and eggs. […]

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Lifestyle and Fitness, Nutrition

Fresh fruit smoothie

Here’s a very pretty, delicious and healthy fresh fruit smoothie that I had this morning. Made with mango, blood orange, cranberries, banana, a bit of fresh ginger, some water and ice cubes, having a glass or two at breakfast is a great way to start the day. High in antioxidants, fibre and essential vitamins and […]

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Disease and Illness Prevention, Nutrition

Black Bean Brownies

America’s favourite chocolate treat, the brownie, is loved for its fudgy consistency and rich taste. These chocolate brownies have a fudgy texture but are not overly gooey. They hold together nicely, they melt in your mouth and they are as decadent as a brownie should be. You can eat them with your fingers or with […]

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