Lentil and Kale Dahl

This is my absolute favourite curry at the moment (although my boyfriend would disagree – mango curry is his favourite!), and was also featured on the Organic Burst OB Life page (link here) yay. I like to make a large batch and then eat it over the next few days as it tastes even better after a day or two in the fridge (not for longer though!)....more

Raw Almond Butter Balls

I’m on an almond butter craze at the moment, I think I’ve eaten it every day recently without fail. But when it’s something that is so good for you with so many healthy fats and protein then why not? Over the weekend I was alone at home for a few hours and decided to whip up these almond butter balls. They are so quick to make and so so delicious you will consume copious amounts of mixture while making them, and once you have made them they will disappear very quickly!...more
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Potato and Leek Soup And A New Toy From Sainsbury

A basil plant! It cost us GBP1.19, which, we thought was reasonable, but that is assuming it doesn’t wilt within a week and the seedlings do continue to grow. It was an interesting experience for the both of us, primarily because we’ve never consumed anything freshly plucked from a plant, and also because we’ve never taken care of anything else other than ourselves....more

Instant Grape Pickle

Tangy pickled grapes -an instant recipePickles are an important condiment of Asian food. In India we love to make different varieties of pickles, most of them are oil based.Now good quality of ready made pickles are easily available but still many prefer to make their own pickles. Pickling is an art ,you need experience and passion to make it as it require time and accuracy of proportion of ingredients to make perfect pickles other wise you can ruin the whole thing....more

Golden Curried Red Lentil, Vegetable & Coconut Soup

   We might as well dive right into...more

Ants on a log: Healthy snack idea for school or work

It might still feel like summer outside, but there’s no denying that it’s already back to school season.  Cue Debbie Downer music!  Although it’s been years since I last set foot in a classroom, I still get that optimistic, hopeful feeling whenever early September rolls around.  Living in a university town helps fuel that nostalgia and excitement, and I never get tired of it....more

Easy Peasy Peach Tarts

When Aldo saw the shopping list for the week, he got super excited because he saw that cookies were on the list. But the cookies were on the list because I needed to get them for an event at work. The look of disappointment on his face was heartbreaking. So I told him I would make a dessert for us....more

Fuel Your Run: Real Food Alternatives

Amber @ Fit, Foodie Runs: http://www.fitfoodieruns.comAbout a year ago, I had a conversation with my friend (who has achieved many marathons) and she told me they serve the runners pizza, perogies and potatoes throughout her races. I was stunned. Wait, no bars but real food? I have to learn more!Scott Jurek is not only one of the world’s most elite ultrarunners but is also vegan, meaning he eats a plant based diet. You read that correctly – vegan and world‘s elite ultrarunner....more

Easy, Healthy Dessert: Walnut Stuffed Figs w/ Spiced Honey Creme

This time of year, the biggest fig crops are bursting forth – bringing with it one of nature’s healthiest and most luxurious desserts.Figs are nutritionally dense with B-vitamins, Potassium, Copper, Manganese, and lots of Fiber.This makes them a smart snack or dessert, as well as an amazing addition to salads and entrees....more

Seafood and Corn Chowder

Seafood and Corn ChowderThis thick creamy chowder tastes indulgent but is actually low in fat and easy to make. ...more