July 7, 2020

Fermentation revivalists don't come any better than this!

May 8, 2020

Spinach brings iron and Popeye to mind (well, for some of us at least!). But did you know there is such a thing as 'perpetual spinach'? It's a fascinating plant which isn't actually spinach as such, but more related to chard. Still, it tastes like spinach, if a bit earthier and it is one of the most rewarding plants to grow in your square foot garden or your allotment: it's the gift that keeps on giving for around 9 months out of the gardening year! And as...

March 6, 2020

70% of your immunity (and some scientists argue more than that) is in your gut. So it's one of those simple things really: what you put in your mouth affects how healthy your immune system is by at least 3/4. How many other things do you do in your day-to-day that can have  such a huge impact on your well being?

Becoming choosy with what you put down the cake hole is a good start. And here's the big question: what's good, what's bad, what's best? From vegani...

February 7, 2020

Golden Milk is one of the most comforting and altogether satisfying drinks I know; and healthy to boot. An ancient recipe made with turmeric and other spices.

January 10, 2020

One of the most tactile fruit on the planet, avocado is a staple in our home. And in the depths of winter, after the holiday indulgences, good plant fats like avocados, coconut oil, and cold pressed oils gently drizzled over soups and stews can make a big difference to moods challenged by the end of Christmas cheer and winter blues (SAD or seasonal affective disorder is a deep dark hole for some of us in the winter months).

I could go on and on about how mou...

April 10, 2017

The weather has conspired to put us all in a truly bright Easter mood. And as the flowers are really showing their colours, it's time for some Easter Fizz!

August 15, 2016

If that's not an off-putting remark, I don't know what is... And coming from my gourmet-conscious youngest daughter who has VERY strong opinions about most things, it was a killer. And it was about my first ever batch of sauerkraut.

You can then say that my first foray into making fermented vegetables was anything but bubbly - and it was certainly not received well by my brood. And to be fair, sauerkraut does smell in the making. I have heard it being desc...

January 5, 2016

Why? I hear you ask. Why on earth should vegetables come first?

Well because they are pretty, for a start. They are a feast for the senses. The majority of veggies and fruit look GORGEOUS, feel lovely to the touch and taste DIVINE (OK, kale doesn't unless made into kale chips with LOTS of grey salt - there I said it). Can you tell I'm not a massive kale fan?

Kale rant over, my next reason for putting veggies first is that most veggies need very little prepara...

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