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Recipe – Tomato and Avocado Bruschetta

Serves 1 πŸ… 150 g (1 large) Roma tomato πŸ… 100 g avocado πŸ… 100 g (2 slices) heavy bread (such as rye, spelt) πŸ… 60 g ricotta or cottage cheese πŸ… 10 g fresh herbs (such as basil, coriander, parsley, chives) πŸ… salt and black pepper, to taste πŸ… 2 teaspoons dukkah (optional) πŸ‘‰ Thinly slice the tomato and mash the avocado. πŸ‘‰ Toast the bread and spread with the ricotta while still hot. πŸ‘‰ Top with the mashed avocado, sliced tomato and fresh herbs, then season with salt, pepper and dukkah (if using). πŸ‘‰ Serve immediately ...
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Recipe – Summer Berry Bowl

Serves 1 🫐 30 g rolled oats, or barley or buckwheat flakes 🫐 1 teaspoon honey, for drizzling 🫐 20 g mixed nuts and seeds of your choice (such as pecans, almonds, pumpkin seeds) 🫐 100 g (1 small) banana 🫐 200 g frozen mixed berries 🫐 150 g Greek yoghurt πŸ‘‰ Set aside 1 teaspoon each of the rolled oats or flakes, honey, and mixed nuts and seeds. πŸ‘‰ Slice the banana and set half aside. πŸ‘‰ Process the remaining ingredients in a food processor or blender until smooth. πŸ‘‰ Transfer to a small bowl, top with the reserved ...
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‘What to eat!’ series – #1 Mushrooms

Mushrooms belong to the fungus family and contain beta-glucans which modulate our immune system. As such they are an important ingredient to add to our diet to support our health & prevent diseases. They reduce inflammation and fight infections and can also act as β€œtonic” to boost our energy and our life force. A such, they have been extensively researched and are also used in certain cancer therapies. Mushrooms are low in calories, rich in protein and fibre and are packed with wonderful vitamins and minerals full of antioxidants. They are a particularly good source of vitamin D, zinc, selenium, ...
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