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  • Sadhana Sauerkraut with Ginger & Miso Recipe Video

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    Fermented foods are foods that have been through a process of lactofermentation, and unlike the name suggest, it has nothing to do with the lactose found in dairy. Rather it pertains to the process of lactic acid fermentation in which microbes such as lactobacillus are used to produce foods such as sauerkraut and yoghurt. Fermented […]

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  • Chocolate Sesame Mylk Recipe Video

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    Did you know that 28 grams of sesame seeds (approx. 2 tbs) provides 28% of your RDA of calcium, 23% of your RDA of iron & 35% of your RDA of copper? Copper is essential for iron absorption. This amount of sesame seeds It also contains 4.7 grams of protein. There’s loads of goodness is […]

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  • Green Goodness Smoothie Recipe Video

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    Making smoothies is one of the easiest ways to cover your nutritional needs for the day. This green goodness smoothie contains a whole lot of easily digestible nutrients that act as an insurance policy to make sure you fill all your daily nutritional requirements. It’s also a great way to start the morning with a […]

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  • Compassionate choices make a kinder world

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    In the ancient yogic text, the Yoga Sutra, it is written, ‘when you cease to harm others, others will cease to harm you.’ Ahimsa, or non-harming, is the first of five ‘yama’ or guidelines for ethical behaviour outlined in the Yoga Sutra. And yama is the very first limb, of the eight limbs of Yoga, […]

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  • Raw Vegan Stir No Fry Noodles – Recipe Video

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    This dish is super simple yet absolutely delicious and packs a nutritional punch. It’s perfect for a healthy lunch or dinner and it’s oh so good. Kelp is rich in more than 70 minerals, including potassium, magnesium, iron, calcium and iodine. Iodine is a mineral that is essential for glandular health. Iodine deficiency can lead […]

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  • March Recipe: Raw Vegan Iced Milo

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    As a kid, I LOVED milo. As a big kid, I now understand it’s probably not as good for you as the marketers would have you believe. This version is just as satisfying, but filled with organic plant based wholefoods and superfood powders. No extra sugar, no harmful additives, no chemicals you can’t pronounce. Just […]

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  • Time to Cleanse!

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    As we say goodbye to 2013 and welcome 2014 with open arms, we start to think about the year the has passed and the goals we wish to set for ourselves in the new year. Being healthy and happy is almost always on the top of everyone’s list. One of the best ways to kick-start […]

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  • Peach Cobbler

    When I think of summer, I think of mangoes and stone fruit. The weather hasn’t been very summer-y in Sydney lately, so I thought I’d make a dessert that would evoke the season that seems to have eluded us. This recipe tastes as good as it looks and is ridiculously easy to put together. It […]

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  • Buddha Blends: Purple Berry & Hemp Seed Smoothie

    What is a purple berry I hear you ask? Well, the berries themselves aren’t exactly purple, but this recipe uses blueberries and strawberries and blue + red = purple (it’s a stretch I know but indulge me anyway?) This smoothie is a quick and easy snack that’s packed full of protein and flavonoids and it’s delicious […]

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  • Cinnamon Scrolls

    There was a shop near my parents’ place that sold the most awesome, gooey, tasty cinnamon scrolls. Though delicious, there weren’t exactly the best kind of food for you. This raw vegan version will satisfy your cravings without the guilt. It’s also super easy to make, uses up the left over almond pulp from making almond […]

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