Scouring shelves for the ideal oil can be confusing. Which oil has abundant essential fatty acids, low rancidity and a high smoke point for cooking? We take you through an ocean of oily options in this ultimate guide to cooking oils to look at the oil you need.
Fermented vegetables are traditionally eaten in many countries around the world but are unfortunately missing from the common Western diet. When foods are fermented they create beneficial bacteria such as lactobacilli, which enhances the growth of beneficial bowel bacteria. The fermenting process also boosts the vegetables digestibility and increases their nutrient content. Here’s a delightful recipe to try at home.
We love this nourishing soup whenever we feel a cold or flu coming on. Foods like this help to keep the body at a flu-fighting temperature and fend off any nasties. It’s laden with garlic – a fantastic antimicrobial, antifungal and immune booster, turmeric – a powerful anti-inflammatory, and ginger a robust digestive. Try making this recipe at home.
This chunky almond granola is jam-packed with dietary fibre to help lower cholesterol levels, along with B vitamins and slow-release complex carbohydrates for energy. This delicious crunchy granola is a healthy alternative to store-bought sugar-laden granolas and now you can make this at home!
Cauliflower rice is super-simple to make, and offers a low-calorie, gluten-free, low-carbohydrate and grain-free alternative to regular rice and is great as a breakfast dish. You can make it the night before as it tastes even better the next day. As any stir-fry maker knows, the key to easy and quick stir-frying is preparing all of your ingredients. Try this recipe at home!
Pears and strawberries are rich sources of vitamin C, which is vital for boosting immune function and for supporting adrenal gland and skin health. Vitamin C is also a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrient that helps improve collagen production and promotes healthy radiant skin. Here’s an easy recipe you can try at home!
It hardly seems possible to have a no-sugar healthy ice-cream that tastes so amazingly sweet and almost like the dairy and sugar-laden original. With this recipe, cream has been swapped out for frozen bananas to get this spectacular cold creaminess which is completely wholefood plant-based.
Cajun cuisine is sometimes referred to as a “rustic cuisine”, meaning that it is based on locally available ingredients and preparation is relatively simple. This dish is both easy to prepare and presents beautifully. The baked Cajun batter with the cauliflower is such an enjoyable combination.
Cheap and uber-nourishing, here’s a scrumptious recipe to enjoy sardines’ omega-3 anti-inflammatory goodness.
Pesto is a sauce originating in Genoa, the capital city of Liguria, Italy. It traditionally consists of crushed garlic, pine nuts, coarse salt, basil leaves and hard cheese such as parmesan, all blended with olive oil. Here’s a tasty recipe without the cheese and oil to create this super-delicious and healthy pasta dish.
Cooking for one doesn’t need to be a challenge. If you have a few core ingredients, you will be able to create a great pizza in a few minutes.
Root vegetables absorb water and nutrients over slower growing periods, making them nutritional powerhouses in winter. Here are a few of our all-time favourites.
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