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Twisted meatloaf

Hi, guys! I know it’s been a while. A long while. I fell off the radar because I fell into a hole, and I just didn’t know how to climb out of it. For a really, really long fucking time. I promise to explain at some point, but right now I’m just not ready to. ... Continue reading

Greek meatballs – gluten free, low carb and paleo-friendly

I hear there’s this Greek saying: “Μ’ένα σμπάρο, δυο τρυγώνια.” It translates to something like: “One shot, two birds.” Which, to me, meant: “I have this mince that’s going to turn bad soon, and this mint is looking a bit dodgy. I know, make the Greek meatballs you made often early in your marriage.” Or ... Continue reading

Could this root be the answer to your hayfever?

Spring is here! And while I’m rejoicing, many of you have already mentioned to me that you’re dreading enduring Spring because it’s when your hayfever hits. I’m lucky enough to not have to deal with it, but I can’t say I blame you – constant sneezing, itchy nose and eyes, headaches, snot. Yeah, sucks to ... Continue reading

I haven’t used pads or tampons in 12 months

I used to dread my period each month. The moods, the feeling icky, being reminded you have your period each time you go to the toilet, the having to change pads and tampons all day and night, the general crappiness of the whole situation. There was one thing that bothered me more than any of ... Continue reading

A 5 minute meditation to regain your power

“Power resides only where men believe it resides…” – George R. R. Martin Last weekend on a drive home from the markets, hubby and I were talking about lots of hippy stuff. We got onto the subject of energetic therapies. Specifically, whether or not we believed there was anything to them. My conclusion in the end ... Continue reading

5 most popular fermentation weights + my personal favourite

Mould is one of those gross things you’re bound to encounter in your early days of fermenting. I’ve had my fair share and, through trial and error, found what works in keeping mould at bay when I’m fermenting. When it comes to avoiding mould in your veggie ferments, the most effective thing you can do ... Continue reading

How to sprout + dehydrate rice

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll probably remember me mentioning the kids have been enjoying some sprouted rice lately with their meals. I found a bag of already sprouted brown rice in the health food aisle of the supermarket and thought, why not? It’s been a good little filler that also encourages them to ... Continue reading

Sibbie’s grain-free buttery lemon and almond biscuits

Sibbie and I made these yummy biscuits after pre-school this week, and she’s claimed them as her own. They’re grain-free and fructose-free, but chewy and yummy and zesty. These will be a regular after school snack for us, I think. Note: if you or your kids or whoever has the pleasure of munching on these ... Continue reading

Paleo sticky date muffins

I was in the zone the other night. I was cooking up a storm. I’d just poured the home-made marshmallow into a tray to set and was waiting for the grain-free choc-banana cake to cook when I decided to get creative with the stack of organic dates in the fridge. So, I fiddled with my ... Continue reading

How to meditate when you suck at meditating

The benefits of meditation are well documented, but it’s a hard practice to get into for some. There’s an old Zen saying: “You should meditate for 20 minutes a day. Unless you’re too busy, then you should meditate for an hour a day.” Or something like that. I imagine said ‘some’ are too busy, or ... Continue reading