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KimchiBy TessaKimchi is a staple in some countries around the world, and it's no wonder why! It is super easy to make, packed full of amazing nutrients, and adds lots of flavour to meals.
Sambal Chilli SauceBy TessaA great condiment to add a bit of chilli heat! Store in the refrigerator and use with vegetables, stir-fries, eggs and more for a little spicy kick!
Chimichurri SauceBy TessaA delicious versatile sauce that is great served with meat, seafood and/or vegetables. Store in the refrigerator and add to any meal for lots of fresh flavour!
Avocado Hummus and Baba GanoushBy TessaSet a perfect sharing platter with this silky rich Baba Ganoush and smooth and flavourful Avocado Hummus. These recipes will be available in the Changing Habits 2020 Recipe Book coming soon.
Cultured Turmeric KrautBy JordanConsuming fermented foods is an easy way to ensure you're getting the most nutritional value from your whole foods as it enhances all of their beneficial properties and also increases the nutrient value!
Easy GuacamoleBy JordanA versatile chunky guacamole. Have this as a dip with homemade crackers or veggie sticks, serve on top of lettuce wraps or a delicious homemade batch of nacho's.
Purple Cultured VeggiesBy JordanOur nutritionist Jordan creates a big batch of these cultured veggies every week because they are incredibly important to begin nourishing and healing the gut. Cultured veggies are rich in beneficial bacteria to help re-balance the gut flora, they will help to boost your immune system, fight inflammation, make the nutrients and minerals more bio-available to the body and also aid with digestion. These cultured veggies are great to mix through salads, have with poached eggs, spinach and avocado for breaky or simply eaten as is.
Sunflower Seed ButterBy JordanThis seed butter is a fantastic alternative to almond butter (or other nut butters), especially if you have an allergy or intolerance to nuts. It can be used in pancakes, bliss balls, smoothies, mixed into yoghurt with berries and more.
Tomato Chilli SauceBy JordanA beautiful tomato chilli sauce that can be served with veggie chips, on top of homemade burgers or rissoles, added to spaghetti bolognaise and more.
Nutrient Dense Baby Food – Chicken Liver PateBy JordanWe often recommend nutrient-dense foods like organ meat to be included in the types of meats you feed your baby during the weaning process.  As your baby begins to consume less breast milk, he or she requires nutrients like protein, zinc, iron and B-vitamins.  Meat and organ meats particularly is one food group that has these nutrients in ample amounts.