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Garlic and Thyme Pepper PateBy TessaA great way to make liver palatable, as a lot of people struggle to eat it otherwise. Liver is very high in nutrients, one being B12 which is important for red blood cell formation and cellular function as well as containing B6, Folate, Vitamin A and iron. Liver is a great food to add to your diet if you are anaemic, low on energy and/or fatigued.
Anti-inflammatory Turmeric Macadamia ButterBy TessaThis is a beautiful, nourishing and healthy savoury spread which is packed full of anti-inflammatory properties from the turmeric. You can have this on homemade seedy crackers, veggie sticks, on homemade bread as a topping or straight off the spoon!
Cinnamon and Macadamia Nut ButterBy TessaSo many uses for this amazing tasting nut butter! Great to serve on top of homemade pancakes, homemade toasted bread, seedy crackers, on top of chopped fruit (bananas, pears or apples), on top of chocolate cakes, muffins, slices or brownies, chia puddings, ice-cream.
Cultured Golden BeetrootsBy Tessa*Did You Know* Golden beets are heart healthy, excellent kidney and body cleansers, right in antioxidants, helps to lower blood pressure, helps with anaemia and fatigue, great for eye and skin health and also packed with potassium, lycopene, fibre, flavonoids and much more.
Cultured Chilli, Beetroot and Carrot recipeBy TessaCultured vegetables are a wonderful healing remedy for the digestive tract full of digestive enzymes, probiotic bacteria, vitamins and minerals. Eating them with meats improves digestion as it has a strong ability to stimulate stomach acid production. Making Cultured vegetables yourself is so easy
Basil MayoBy TessaI make this for salads, prawn dipping sauce, or use it as an aioli. For variations you can add different herbs.
Garlic PestoBy TessaThis is a condiment that I use in so many things - as a base for soups, beginnings of a stir fry, smothering roast vegetables in, roasting broccoli, topping for a salad or basted on a twisted bread loaf before baking the bread (this is my favourite). The uses are endless.
Beef Basic BrothBy TessaTraditionally broths have been used for many years. Nothing went to waste if an animal was killed or old vegetables needed throwing out.
Bone Broth – A Nutritious DrinkBy TessaBone broths have the potential to be part of the healing process in leaky gut and irritable bowel syndrome. It is not the only factor but a great contributor and they are also wonderful for when you are sick with a cold or a flu.
Homemade MayonnaiseBy TessaThis healthy mayonnaise (using Inca Inchi Oil which is high in Omega 3s) is a great way to get your essential oils using real food!
Walnut PestoBy TessaThis is absolutely delicious to serve as a dip, or try it on top of your fish or chicken - yum! It is such a nutrient rich food and so easy to make!
MaleoBy TessaMaleo is a fancy and exotic word i like to use instead of Rapadura Syrup. Maleo is so quick and easy to make. I use it in replace of honey, maple syrup (if i have none), agave, rice syrup and coconut syrup (very expensive).
Vanilla EssenceBy TessaAfter you make your own vanilla essence you will never go back to the shop bought imitation junk with additives like corn syrup, thickeners, artificial colours, caramel colour, stabilisers and fake vanilla in the form of vanillin made from the petroleum and wood pulp industry.
Vanilla Bean PasteBy TessaHome made Vanilla paste. Economical, tasty, healthy and so easy to make yourself!
Lemon & Inca Inchi Oil MayonnaiseBy TessaThis mayonnaise is so yummy and versatile it won't even last a week! It is packed full of essential fatty acids (Omega's 3, 6, 9) which are essential for the body, providing the building blocks for vital health.
Chilli Lime DressingBy TessaThis dressing brightens up any salad. You could simply steam some organic, free range chicken and make a salad with vegetables, depending on the season you're currently in and what is available at your local farmers market. Right now it's spring, so throw some chopped lettuce and/or cabbage, broccoli, cucumber, sugar snap peas, tomato and zucchini together, and top with avocado. Drizzle the Chilli Lime Dressing over the top. Divine!
Mint & Pistachio PestoBy TessaMy herb garden has some herbs growing wildly while others not so much. I love my basil pesto's but sadly my basil is not thriving this time of year. Rather my mint is out of control so I decided to make a pesto with my fresh mint. It's delicious.
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