I just love this combination of uber thin sliced raw veggies with a dresssing, you’d never know they were “raw” This is what went into my dish but you can play around with the ingredients and quantities Served 4 1 cup of very thinly sliced red cabbage 1 cup of very thinly sliced white cabbage [...]
NETTLES Super food Nettles – yup , Nettles, who’d have thought that the pesky weed in our gardens, fields and on roadsides would be amazing sources of calcium, iron, protein, potassium, manganese, vitamins A & C…. The list goes on. So how can we harness the super power of nettles? The best nettles are the [...]
It’s nearly mid May and I’m still cooking hot soup in the UK, I was expecting to be able to post lots of lovely salad recipes but alas the winter seems to be dragging on several months past it’s time.
>; Source Tools to live with cancer after diagnosis These are the 25 varied things I put in my “toolbox” to help me take control over my cancer diagnosis in August 2010 (some weren’t in existence at the time eg some of the books but I’ve added them in anyway ) I’m not saying this [...]
> Whilst pondering what to make for supper last night with some lentils I had soaking I saw a tweet from the lovely @girlonraw for a cooked “Harvest Pie” and decided to have a go making my husband’s old recipe for Cottage Pie, but substituting the meat with lentils. Well we were both pretty pleased [...]
>I’ve been baking brownies for several years, originally starting with a super recipe for American Brownies from “queen” Delia Smith. Since our food epiphany after my cancer diagnosis I have been on the quest for the best “healthy” brownie, often getting there to realise that I’d forgotten to write down the quantities! Lots of friends [...]