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Lemon & Ginger TeaBy JordanAs we come closer to Winter it's important to support our immune system so it can fight off the nasty cold and flu season with ease. Ginger is a wonderful addition to any cup of tea as it's not only incredibly anti-inflammatory, it's also wonderful at relieving digestive discomfort and pain. Having warm or hot tea containing lemon aids the body to flush out toxins and helps to prevent the growth of pathogenic bacteria that causes infection and disease.
Choc Banana & Cinnamon SmoothieBy KaylaSmoothies are a super easy way to get so much goodness into one glass. They are also so convenient for when you are short on time or for meals on the run.
Lemon and Thyme Chicken BrothBy KaylaTry this nourishing Chicken Broth recipe with a homemade bread roll and plenty of butter, YUM! Also great for when your feeling unwell as its packed with all the goodies to help you get well quickly!
Vanilla & Macadamia Nut MilkBy KaylaMaking your own homemade nut milks is so much more cost effective, sustainable and nourishing as it doesn't contain any dubious ingredients that can be harmful to your health.
Coconut Water KefirBy KaylaWater kefir is a non-dairy kefir that is gaining in popularity. Many people start with this method of making kefir because it’s so easy and fun and they want a non-dairy option.The culture added contains good bacteria which eat the sugars out of the juice or coconut juice and create probiotics, plus they unlock additional vitamins and minerals. Water Kefir is a great replacement for store-bought soft drinks. In addition to the probiotics, the culture in the kefir eats away the sugar, so you don’t have to deal with the adverse effects of sugar that processed soft drinks often promotes, such as fluctuations in blood sugar and cravings for sugary sweet foods. And as a bonus to those of us who crave bubbly beverages, the kefir creates naturally occurring carbonation.
Ginger BeerBy nathanI don't know how to make beer, perhaps someone could send me a recipe using just 4 ingredients. But here is a great recipe for good old fashion ginger beer.
Chia Macadamia Nut MilkBy nathanThis month's recipe is Chia Milk. For a delicious smoothie blend 500g homemade chia milk, a splash of pure maple syrup to taste and 1 banana peeled, (or fruit of your choice) for 20 seconds on high speed. It's also important to soak the nuts overnight to remove phytates and enzyme inhibitors.
Rejuvelac – A fermented drinkBy nathanI'm not one to take pills and supplements, I'd rather get the nutrients from my food. Recently I was asked about Rejuvelac, which I'd not heard of. It sounded interesting so I looked it up and was absolutely excited about this home made fermented product that is a probiotic. I believe we should be eating more fermented foods and here is an easy way to start to help increase the good bacteria in the gut.
Beef Basic BrothBy nathanTraditionally 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 nathanBone 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.
Pumpkin Spice SmoothieBy nathanCinnamon and nutmeg are two spices filled with medicinal properties as well as having a very high orac score on the antioxidant scale.
Cyndi’s Seasonal Green SmoothieBy nathanMy garden has been going absolutely crazy with all the rain and warmth and sun... I can't possibly eat it all before it goes to seed so I've begun drinking my salads every morning!
Homemade MiloBy nathanThis is a fabulous, healthy alternative to Milo. The texture is exactly like Milo, with a very fine crunch.  It is a much lighter brown, and has a deeper chocolate flavour so may need a little more/less than original milo usage. Can also be used to flavour custard, adding great nutritional value as well.  Sprinkle over butter on toast for a sweet treat, or add to pancake mixture, or muffin batter.  It can also be sprinkled over CADA, fruit, homemade ice-cream, especially delicious over coconut icecream, blended into a green smoothy.  It is all up to the imagination as to what you do with this wonderful homemade Milo.
Beautifully nourishing green juiceBy nathanHow do you ensure you are getting your greens in a day? Here's just one way to contribute to your intake. Nourish your body with iron, vitamin K, A and C, powerful antioxidants, omega 3 fatty acids, calcium and more...
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