Brazil Nut Soft Cheese

Happy Sunday!

Yesterday was Earth Day, a day dedicated to celebrating this planet. In an ideal world, we would celebrate our beautiful world and all it has to offer every day; by making conscious decisions and by being full of gratitude. The world can be a scary place (that sentiment seems especially true right now) and there are many things we cannot control. However, the little things we can control or have influence over are there and we should do our best to make decisions that benefit

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Simple Spring Greens with a Citrus Tahini Dressing (& some tips on dealing with anxiety)

Sometimes you just need something super simple that comes together quickly and has all the feelings of the current season. This is one of those situations. I love spring greens and right now there is an abundance of them in all the stores, which makes them cheap and affordable.

I had quite an anxiety fuelled evening yesterday. It left me feeling depleted and upset. After having a good day I went to a yoga class and lasted all of 3 minutes in the room. The class hadn’t even begun when

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Ginger & Lime Slaw

I am so happy that the mornings are starting to get a little brighter now. It makes me want to get up and get going straight away. For some reason it really does feel much easier to be more productive when the sun is shining. Pottering about the kitchen in the morning is one of my favourite ways to start the day. It feels so good to be creating straight out of bed, whether it’s a nice big breakfast or if it’s preparing something for later in the day or week. This morning it was

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Soft Almond ‘Cheese’

You know that sad, lost feeling you get after finishing a really, really great book? I was wrestling with that all last week. Any book I look at now just doesn’t seem like it will live up to the magical experience the previous read gave me. It’s an odd feeling. There’s really nothing better than having something great to read when it’s so grey outside. My idea of a perfect evening honestly, is a cup of something cosy and a book. I know, I’ve always been told

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Quinoa Oatcakes

Since primary school I have always been a packed lunch kind of gal, all the way through high school, into my full time dance training days and even now into the irregular life of freelancing. The food that I take with me needs to fill me up with a ton of energy. Oatcakes might seem simple or bland but they have saved me many a lunch/snack/second breakfast/dinner time, trust me.

These oatcakes have lots of energy boosting power. Loaded with oats, quinoa, flax seeds and buckwheat

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