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  • How To Create Healthier Meals In Less Time

    How To Create Healthier Meals In Less Time

    With our stressful lives, it’s hard to find the time to create healthy meals. Often a takeaway or ready meal is the quickest option when you are tired. Healthy meals don’t just happen. It takes time to plan them, make the list and buy all the ingredients. If you don’t know how to create these meals, it’s so easy to just give up and eat unhealthy food. Meals Planned For You What if this was done for you? Meals all planned out with lots of healthy recipes including quick meals that can be made in 30 minutes or less. Your path to health begins with a plan! Today, you can…

  • Healthy Porridge Recipe

    Porridge Recipe

    Porridge is a great healthy option for breakfast. It contains a bunch of vitamins and minerals including B vitamins and iron. Make it even better for you by adding all the goodness of Tigernut flour and Goji Berries with my healthy porridge recipe. Ingredients: 2tbsp on organic porridge oats 1 tbsp of Tigernut Flour 50 – 100 ml of tap water (filtered preferable) ½ tsp of Stevia Powder (optional, natural sweetener) Handful of Goji Berries Organic Coconut milk Instructions: Add the porridge oats and Tigernut Flour to a non-stick saucepan. Stir in 50ml of water so that oats and flour are thoroughly mixed together. Simmer over medium heat, stirring until…

  • Make Your Own Organic Butter

    Make Your Own Organic Butter

    Make Your Own Organic Butter Makes about 500gm butter and 1/2 litre buttermilk You will need: 1.2 litres (2 pints) room temperature, unpasteurised or pasteurised organic double cream (the better the cream – the better the butter) Teaspoon Pink Himalayan salt (optional) – unsalted butter will go off in 2-3 days, salted will last 2-3 weeks.   Instructions Pour the double cream into a cold, sterile mixing bowl. If you’re using raw cream and want a more traditional taste, leave it to ripen in a cool place, for 1-2 days. Homogenized cream will still whip, but not as well. Whisk the cream at a medium speed in a food mixer…