As a winter protocol I start a batch of master tonic as a winter flu prevention that will keep the immune system fighting fit. There is a bit of grating/processingRead more.
These are a favourite to have ready in the fridge, I like to do batches of six at a time. They are a taste sensation. PER EGG 2 tbsp whiteRead more.
Dipping Sauce An indispensable condiment that will liven up anything from a simple rice bowl to fresh vegetables. It comes to the rescue if cooking something complicated is out of the question.Read more.
Immunity Spice Blend
6 parts ground turmeric 2 parts cumin 3 parts coriander 6 parts fennel seeds 1 part ground ginger 1 part black pepper 1/4 part ground cinnamon 1 parts asafoetida (optional)Read more.
This Japanese seasoning will henceforth transform your rice dishes, but its joys don’t have to stop there – you can use it to season many other dishes as you please.Read more.
Dukkah- spice up your plate
Now that it has entered my kitchen, life before dukkah seems bland in comparison. Dukkah is an Egyptian condiment consisting of a mixture of herbs, nuts (usually hazelnut) and spices.Read more.
Sugar coated addiction
During the holidays it’s easy to overindulge in sugary treats. The reality of this has yet to unfold BUT I feel it creeping with alarming force. In the Autumn ofRead more.
Throw some kimchi at it!
Kimchi has fast become one of those foods we have adopted into our culinary vocabulary. I knew of it before I ever tasted it, let alone made it and reallyRead more.
Good morning moringa.
After a summer love affair with chia porridge and morning smoothies, Autumn needs acknowledged! It is time to soak the oats and heat up some porridge in the morning. (seeRead more.
A ‘Cultured’ Lifestyle
During Roman times, sauerkraut was eaten because of its health giving properties. In ancient India it was not uncommon to enjoy a pre-dinner drink of lassi. Koreans have being consumingRead more.