Yoghurt is a traditional food in many cultures and is used as a probiotic for an abundance of beneficial bacteria, vitamins and minerals. Coconut yoghurt is a dairy alternative to traditional yoghurt (made from cows milk) and is made by culturing coconut milk (or flesh).Read More
As we ease into the warmer months, you may feel the need to strip back the layers a little. A little cleansing, clearing of the wardrobe and perhaps slightly less conventional, a clearing out of the pantry. The pantry is surprisingly a place of major clutter for many people, it’s amazing what can hide in there.
So, what does a packageless pantry mean?Read More
3 medium-large potatoes
2 heads of broccoli
4 cups vegetable or chicken stock
Salt & pepper
Saute all the vegetables in 2-3 tablespoons olive oil in a large pot. Cover with vegetable or chicken stock (tastes better if you use use home-made stock but bought is fine too).
Simmer until cooked and then puree the soup in a blender or food processor. Taste and season accordingly with salt and pepper.
Super easy and delicious and full of vitamins. Enjoy! 🍵
This recipe will make a decent size pot of soup to serve 4 people. For a small batch start with 1 carrot, 1 potato, 1 head of broccoli and 2-3 courgettes.
For a light dinner, lunch or on the run snack try these tasty morsels created by one of our very talented naturopaths Selina Singh! Her Spinach and Quinoa Fritters are high in fibre and folate which are great for balancing blood sugars and hormones. They contain different types of fibre which keep you feeling fuller for longer and promotes good gut function.
These little balls of delish went down an absolute treat at our recent Summer Solstice event!Read More