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Asian Hot Pepper Vinegar

    You’ll want to add this ginger, star anise and bird chili infused asian hot pepper vinegar to everything! It is so good and can jazz up the plainest of dishes or fill the empty space when a dish just needs a certain je ne sais quoi.  I love it in stir fries, with […]

Golden Beet and Cauliflower Soup with Parsley Pumpkin Seed Pesto

Golden Beet & Cauliflower Soup with Parsley Pumpkin Seed Pesto

You had me at golden beets, darling. Rare gems which only show themselves for such a short window of time. They overwhelm me with their golden hue, to be turned into a multitude of lip-smacking creations. I want to shred them to top my salads, juice them to give me zesty energy, slice them thinly […]



20 Tips for Eating Real Food on a Dime

So often I hear people say they can’t afford to eat well. Food becomes a distant priority for many as opposed to mortgages, bills, gasoline…the list goes on. It’s true, the banksters can’t sick collections on you for having an empty stomach. What’s also true is you’ve only been given this one body, and if […]

10 reasons to eat cultured vegetables

Probiotic Supplements Out Sauerkraut In!

It’s official folks, sauerkraut and other lacto/wild fermented/cultured veggies are officially more potent than expensive probiotic supplements.  Dr. Mercola sent in a sample of homemade sauerkraut to a lab for analysis and the results were astounding. “We had it analyzed. We found in a 4-6 ounce serving of fermented vegetables there were literally ten trillion bacteria”  […]

MSG- it's in your toothpaste!

MSG, it’s in your toothpaste!

It is truly mind boggling how MSG is added to so many products on the market. Endless pseudonyms and confusing labels that claim to have ‘no added msg’, yet somehow they still get away with having it in there (because if it is 99% pure msg or less, labelling is not required).  For anyone trying […]

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Roasted Radishes and Asparagus with Sage and Chives

Roasted Radishes & Asparagus with Sage and Chives

  Yesterday our friends gave us a tour of their huge, epic garden. I couldn’t believe the rows of radishes, compared to my little teensy garden space.  Then they brought us over to a little nook where wild asparagus was growing. Asparagus is a regal and mighty plant which grows furiously amidst a mash of […]

Goat Cheese, Broccoli & Wood Sorrel Frittata

Goat Cheese, Wood Sorrel & Broccoli Frittata

    It’s  a great time of year to hop over to your friends garden and swoop up some healthy, free, delightful wild foods. Wood sorrel is one of my faves.  It’s easy to eat heaps as it isn’t at all bitter and has a lemony zing akin to parsley-lemon zest gremolata. 

Spicy Pickled Radishes

Spicy Pickled Radishes 2 Ways

These pickles are infuriatingly beautiful. Our distinctly red exterior white interior radish has made love with it’s brine and they have become one. Why am I always giving vegetables human tendencies? Probably the same reason everyone I meet gets associated with an animal. I’m a pro at this, go ahead send me your photo to […]

kale caesar salad

Kale Caesar Salad

    I have a real love/hate relationship with kale. Lets just say, there was a time when I overdid it, I mean It got old, I couldn’t even bear the sight of it at the end of harvest season, but waste not, want not.  Yes, and it was this salad that reunited us […]