Recipe Share2021-07-21T12:11:42+00:00
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Welcome healthy soul mate

If you’re interested in natural healthy living and most specifically, cooking and eating healthy food, these healthy recipes are for you!

Many of us love to cook from scratch and the best bit (apart from eating the final dish of course!) is being able to share that delicious recipe you’ve made with a friend. We’re hosting a Facebook Group which encourages the sharing of recipes with a ‘healthy eating’ theme.

We’ve gathered some of our favourites below for you to enjoy…

Remember, most foods are ok when absorbed in moderation so let’s not be too picky about whether something is classed as ‘healthy’ or not…every body is unique and our needs as a human are too.

Summer tomato tart

If you’ve been growing your own tomatoes in the garden and you suddenly have an abundance, or you’ve picked them up from the farmers’ market when tomatoes are at their peak, this is the recipe for you! This is a favourite recipe and makes a meal when served with a mixed green salad and an Italian inspired olive oil-vinegar dressing.

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Kimchi

This recipe is inspired by attending a fermentation workshop with Trish Dent. Fermenting foods is a way of preserving foods but also a way of converting starches and sugars into lactic acid by Lactobacilli bacteria (good bacteria) and inhibiting bad bacteria. This helps promote a healthy intestinal flora.

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Chicken, sweet potato & coconut curry

This is enough for dinner for 3-4 people, is quick to prepare and looks after itself in the oven.
Serve it with basmati rice or noodles of your choice. The red split lentils go mushy and make for a thicker, creamier sauce.

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Raw beetroot salad

Beetroots are a great source of fiber, folate, manganese, potassium, iron, and vitamin C. Raw beetroots and beetroot juice have been associated with improved blood flow, lower blood pressure, and increased exercise performance. You can also grate the beetroot coarsely rather than slicing if you prefer.

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Christmas Stollen

This is our Christmas favourite and we love baking this together – and eating it 🙂
If you freeze the second one, you have one for Christmas and one for New Year.

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Kombucha

Kombucha is a fermented tea drink, served cold. Due to the fermentation it is a prebiotic drink, slightly vinegary and you can experiment with adding flavours once you master the basic kombucha. Great in a fancy glass with dinner.

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Kefir Mini Pancakes

Kefir is a brilliant prebiotic and fermented ingredient. So so yummy any time of the day. Great for breakfast too. Sugar free as well.

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Granola bars

These are great energy bars. Goji berries are the most nutritionally dense fruit. Flaxseeds are high in Omega-3 fats and dietary fibre.

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Caramelised Onion Sauce

Onions are a great prebiotic source and when they’ve been gently heated for quite a while, like in this recipe, they are very easy to digest. I use this sauce in stead of tomato sauce on pizza among other things. It’s a great alternative for those who can’t tolerate tomatoes and lectins. But it’s just as great with meats, cheese, sausages, or even just a piece of crispy bread with goat cheese.

Image credit: https://www.simplyrecipes.com

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Chocolate Mousse Perfection

Chocolate and coconut together is just heaven. And the consistency of this mousse is simply perfect once it has set. You can choose to sprinke with chopped chocolate, toasted coconut flakes or a few berries but it’s also great just as it is.
The recipe is for 4 portions.

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