* Recipe written exclusively for Charby Ibrahim - The Ancestral Body. Nutritional Health Coach, Personal Trainer www.theancestralbody.com.au * Whenever I feel a cold might be coming on, I crave orange foods. Assumingly due to feeling like I need to pump up my Vitamin [...]
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This is a very special recipe as I'm dedicating it to my long-time gal friend, (and fellow food appreciator), Anna-Hay. Anna's about to embark on an adventure which I am, (as always) most respectful and (in the words of Hugh Grant [...]
I eat a lot of onion. I add brown onion to most savoury cooked dishes and I grow (an abundance of) green onions in my vege patch which are a great, subtle raw addition to all my salads. In addition to the [...]
There's no lengthy story behind this one. As my body is much happier if I limit grains, I often use almond meal or coconut flour in place of wheat flour. This recipe has been adapted from a version on Elana's [...]
There's a lot of momentum building amongst nutrition/health enthusiasts about the health benefits of eating foods rich in healthy fats - my favourite and I think the most versatile being the avocado. It's true - avocados are high in fat, but in particular they [...]
Sardines are a controversial food divider. Generally people either really love them, or really don't. I'm not 100% sure but I suspect there might be some correlation to those who have fed a cat before, and those who perhaps have [...]
The 'easy' food that I miss the most since dodging the gluten and grains is bread. I once heard someone say that there’s no food they can think of that isn't improved when served between 2 slices of bread; and I tend [...]
Just as you might use left-over rice, this is a tasty, quick and healthy way to use up left-over quinoa. Absolutely no need to be precise with these ingredients / quantities - like fried rice you can throw in anything [...]
As an easily distracted person, I usually have many 'in-progress' things on the go which take ages to get finished because other things keep catching my attention. A few weeks ago I moved from Sydney to Melbourne, and I now [...]
When I was a little girl and up until late in high school, each ANZAC Day the family would all get up early and Mum would pin a piece of fresh rosemary to our collars - for remembrance*. We'd all [...]