Turmeric

Turmeric has a strong history of traditional use. Indian traditional medicine or Ayurveda* has long recognised the many benefits that are gained from eating (or drinking) turmeric. Modern medicine has now identified Curcumin as the main active ingredient with supplements now abounding to make this powerful antioxidant available.

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Micro biome

For a long time we’ve treated the tiny creatures or microbes that live all around us as the enemy but now science is realising that far from being our enemy they are essential to our wellbeing

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Holy Basil

When describing the traditional uses of Holy Basil, people inevitably say ‘I need that today!!”

That’s because Holy Basil, an adaptogen, helps the body deal with stress – what a wonderful way to support our bodies as we rush about our modern lives.

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Watch Movie Online Alien: Covenant (2017)

One of the first commercially made products we bought as vegans were mushroom pies. They were a little disappointing to be frank. The pastry was lovely, but the filling lacked flavour and was overly sweet. I decided to try and create my own mushroom and ale pie using similar ingredients, but also adding a few extras

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Lentils and Polenta! The first Vegan dish I created myself, entirely from scratch. It’s now a staple in our house, but never boring. It’s a delicious blend of warm, creamy polenta and mixed lentils with onion, carrot and celery in a full flavoured, rich tomato sauce. This will definitely, quickly become a firm favourite in your repertoire

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Tofu Gyudon

Vegan Gyudon (caramalised tofu curd ) Recipe
Gyudon (caramalised beef) on rice is a very popular Japanese dish.
I used tofu curd instead of beef to make it vegan.
It takes only 5 minutes to make so once you make it, I am sure it will become your regular dish.
It is ridiculously delicious!

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Vegan Japanese tofu meat balls recipe

Vegan Japanese tofu meat balls recipe

I used semi dried tofu for this recipe to give them a similar texture to chicken. Shitake mushrooms give them a more complex flavour and onion and carrot add a nice crunchy texture.

Ponzu goes very well with these tofu meat balls. I made them for them for my friends and they all had no idea they were eating tofu. They are fantastically delicious

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