Turmeric can be added to soups, used to prepare tea, peeled and eaten fresh. However, you choose to consume it, you should be aware of the health benefits this herb provides. Turmeric has a bit and peppery taste that adds a unique flavor to a meal. But other than consuming it, you can apply turmeric on your skin and still enjoy the benefits of turmeric.
What do Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA), Spirulina and Chlorella all have in common? They’re all green, they’re all super and they’re all foods. That makes them all green superfoods! All three of these amazingly green foods provide superb nutrition and all three have different, but demonstrated health benefits for those who consume them.
This Pineapple-Lemongrass Chia Seed Pudding with Coconut Caramel may be a dessert recipe, but it’s also one of my favourite things to eat for breakfast! Chia seeds are tiny nutritional powerhouses, and they form the base of this tasty pudding recipe which is dairy-free and avoids processed sugar by using honey as a sweetener.
Grape leaves are great for crunchy sour pickles. But what if grape leaves aren’t available? Are there alternatives to grape leaves? I wish I’d known the answer a few years ago…
Where can I buy Stevia Powder in NZ? Since my move back to New Zealand last year, I’ve found myself getting really frustrated with the lack of availability of some food items (and the prices!) that I’ve become used to accessing easily when I lived in Australia.
I don’t know about you, but discovering new healthy foods just gets me a bit excited. A wee while back, a visit to one of my favourite shops (a bulk food store that sells lots of yummy, healthy stuff) provided me with the discovery of another food that I’d never seen before – Banana Flour!
This yummy gluten free rhubarb and apple crumble is also grain free. It’s sweet and a little crunchy and better than the original!