Tag: Eat good feel good

Aromatic tempeh, potato and not-nut butter curry

Aromatic tempeh, potato and not-nut butter curry

This curry has become a regular feature in our house since a friend gifted us some Wow Butter – thanks to his nut allergies Tom’s never been able to understand how amazing peanut butter is – until he tried some of this stuff so I […]

A crowd pleasing vegan, gluten and nut free roast dinner

A crowd pleasing vegan, gluten and nut free roast dinner

When you have dietary requirements, the festive season and social gatherings can bring about some anxiety – especially if this is a new development for you. It can also bring a fair amount of anxiety to hosts without personal experience of dietary requirements. What kind […]

Spiced squash smoothie

Spiced squash smoothie

I know, it’s getting to that time where everything is extra rushed; deadlines are creeping in, you’ve got even more demands on your free time and it might be tempting to skip breakfast because you’re in too much of a hurry. I also know it’s […]

How a minimalist approach (and store cupboard) could feed your can eat attitude

How a minimalist approach (and store cupboard) could feed your can eat attitude

When it comes to maintaining your can eat attitude, it’s often useful to adopt a more minimalist approach rather than fretting about having cupboards full to the brim with ingredients you very rarely use. Personally, I’ve been taking a more minimalist approach to life over […]

How meal prep mania may be putting a dampener on your food relationship

How meal prep mania may be putting a dampener on your food relationship

Health bloggers and coaches regularly state that prepping your meals in advance is one of the best ways of ensuring that you fill yourself up with nutritious foods all through the busy week. And in a lot of ways, this IS true: if you have […]

Creamy pumpkin and roasted garlic pasta

Creamy pumpkin and roasted garlic pasta

With the start of Autumn, naturally comes an array of gorgeous gourds (squashes and pumpkins), but how can you use them up in a really delicious, minimum fuss way? Try out this really delicious and creamy pumpkin and garlic sauce I came up with and […]

What our furry friends have to teach us about our relationship with food

What our furry friends have to teach us about our relationship with food

Until very recently I had the most wonderful dog, a cocker spaniel named Poppy, who was one of the greatest teachers I’ve ever met. Her big heart refused to falter even when the rest of her body was done. And I realise you may be […]

Guest blog: Lorna Songhurst, Totally Nuts – Learning to harvest the things that help you grow

Guest blog: Lorna Songhurst, Totally Nuts – Learning to harvest the things that help you grow

When you think about harvest season, what comes to mind? For this month’s guest blogger Lorna Songhurst, founder and owner of Totally Nuts, this time of year is about: sorting the wheat from the chaff, storing away the good stuff, celebrating the fruits of your […]

Our relationship with food: coming out from under

Our relationship with food: coming out from under

Do you feel like your body is over powering you? Or like you can’t do what you want to do because your body is pulling in a different direction? You’re not alone. I saw things that way for a really long time too. My body […]

Is food and nutrition science stopping us from finding total food nirvana?

Is food and nutrition science stopping us from finding total food nirvana?

We’ve never had more access to and a wider range of information available about food and its effects on our bodies (although new discoveries are made every day) so why is it that lifestyle related diseases and disorders are so very prevalent? Could this wealth […]