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Delicious ‘Baked’ Beans and Eggs

Delicious ‘Baked’ Beans and Eggs

Author:  Fi McCormick. My husband doesn’t like tomato, so whenever he’s away we have lots of tomato-based meals.  This delicious recipe is perfect for a lazy week end breakfast, or a hearty evening meal, fabulous for the cooler months ahead. Preparation time is pretty short, you just need to have the time for slow and gentle cooking to develop a lovely thick texture. Its health benefits are almost endless- packed with

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Tina’s Delicious Chocolate Slice

Tina’s Delicious Chocolate Slice

Author: Tina Taylor. 1 cup almond meal 1 cup desiccated coconut ½ cup melted coconut oil (unrefined) 1/3 cup raw cacao powder 1/3 cup rice malt syrup or maple syrup 4 tablespoons chia seeds 1 tsp vanilla paste 1 cup puffed brown rice Cacao Nibs or Well Naturally Sugar Free Dark Choc Melts Sea Salt or chopped nuts Put all ingredients (except the puffed rice, nibs, and sea salt) into

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Thai-style Watermelon Salad

Thai-style Watermelon Salad

This makes a light and fresh summer salad – often all you feel like on a hot summers day 1/4 of a medium watermelon 1 small cucumber 2 handfuls of fresh coriander, leaves and some stems 2 handfuls of rocket 2 handfuls baby spinach 2 handfuls of fresh mint, leaves picked 1/2 – 1 avocado sliced 1 small bunch of radishes, finely sliced Handful of sunflower seeds and or sesame

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Choc Coconut Jellies

Choc Coconut Jellies

Author: Sophia Wulff. 270ml coconut cream 3 tablespoons gelatin 3 tablespoon of raw cacao powder 1 tablespoon coconut oil (optional) 4 tablespoon of sweetener of choice – e.g. maple syrup, raw honey, rice malt syrup Method: Pour half of the coconut cream into a bowl and the other half into a saucepan. Add the gelatin to the coconut cream in the bowl, stir and allow to ‘bloom’ for five minutes (essentially so

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Fermented Oat Pancakes

Fermented Oat Pancakes

Author: Sophia Wulff.  Mill 2 cups of rolled oats in the food processer until it becomes a flour consistency, add 2 cups of yoghurt or milk kefir and blend together. Allow to sit at room temp overnight to allow the fermentation to occur. In the morning add in 2 beaten eggs *, 1.5 tsp baking soda (aluminium free) and enough additional water or milk to achieve desired consistency (some like

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