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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.
Cultured Coriander & Garlic DipBy JordanThis recipe is a great way to add more nutritious and detoxifying herbs into your diet. Pour into a bowl and enjoy with seedy crackers, carrot or cucumber sticks, drizzle over salad for a punchy dressing, drizzle over pizza or on top of poached eggs.
Tomato Sauce made from REAL FoodsBy JordanCondiments such as homemade pesto, mayonnaise and tomato sauce (ketchup) are always so handy to have on hand to liven up any meal. Why not try pasting some of this tomato sauce onto slow cooked meats such as pork to create a flavourful pulled pork, add to soups or stews to achieve a rich depth of flavour!
4 Ingredient Homemade MayoBy JordanMayo is one of the best condiments to have on hand, it can be quickly added to salads, made into dressings or added to dips, and this one contains our Inca Inchi Oil which is a beautiful source of anti-inflammatory Omega 3's.
Chicken & Lamb Broth with Garlic & HerbsBy JordanBroth is a must have staple in any kitchen, it can be used as the base for soups, stews, curry's, gravies and sauces + you can poach meat or eggs in it, cook your veggies in it and even drink it straight from a mug, just be sure to season it with salt, pepper, turmeric and lemon juice to boost the flavour and add extra nutrition to it.
Gut Lovin’ Liver PateBy JordanWhen we typically think of superfoods, we think of green leafy vegetables, a super berry like Camu Camu, or some other form like wild-caught salmon. But most people don’t even consider liver which is the most nutrient-dense superfood on the planet. It's incredibly rich in Vitamin E: a potent anti-oxidant, it is also essential for reproductive health as well as tissue repair and optimal circulation. It's a good source of vitamin C and the B vitamins, especially B6, B9 (folic acid) and B12. There are also minerals found in chicken liver including calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and selenium. Liver is an incredible food, a great way to eat from head to tail and a way to honour the animal.
Lime & Dill Cultured Cashew DipBy JordanThis is such a versatile recipe to create, you can drizzle it over salads for a dressing, serve with veggie fritters, serve with veggie sticks or crackers or even on top of poached eggs. The benefit of this dip is that it's incredibly rich in probiotics.
Coconut ButterBy JordanCoconut butter is a delicious and easy nut and/ or seed butter free alternative!
Simple SauerkrautBy JordanSauerkraut is often one of the first fermented food that is recommended to curious DIY-ers that are interested in improving their own gut health. There is good reason for this, It's beyond easy to make, it requires very little special equipment, and the results are delicious and come with many nutritional and health benefits.
Lemon Tahini Roasted Beetroot DipBy JordanA great way to incorporate tahini into your diet, which is rich in minerals, a great source of calcium and high in vitamin E and B vitamins. Not to mention the many benefits of beetroot and turmeric which are proven to improve blood flow.
Nut Free Kale & Basil PestoBy JordanThis pesto goes great with our turmeric seedy crackers, or simply eaten with celery or cucumber sticks! Its nut free so great for school lunches and is incredibly rich in Omega 3's which are essential for brain health.
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