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Healthy Changes – Part 3: Real Food Snacking

Nibbling on something every couple of hours is great, and helps to keep your inner sugar monster at bay. But the type of thing you’re snacking on can really make a difference as to how much goodness and energy you’re getting out of it.  It was at some point in January this year when I realised that nearly every morning on …

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Deliciously Ella’s Chewy Sultana Cookies

If you’re having a coffee morning with some friends, or want to take something healthy into the office, you won’t go wrong with Deliciously Ella’s Chewy Sultana Cookies. (Apologies for another Ella related review, she’s just too good!!) These cookies don’t have heaps of refined sugar or the usual baking ingredients you might find in store bought or even homemade …

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Healthy Changes – Part 2: Getting a Good Breakfast

Start your day with no regrets. That means getting a good breakfast inside you, to keep you awake and ready for the day.  Healthy Changes is a series of short posts where I hope to provide simple ideas on how you can make little alterations in your life to create a big difference in how you feel. 

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Healthy Changes – Part 1: Wonders of the VegBox

Healthy doesn’t have to be hard. It doesn’t even have to be boring or insanely complicated. This is the first of a series of short posts where I hope to provide simple ideas on how you can make little and simple changes in your life which can make quite a big difference in how you feel. 

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4 Tasty Cookery Books I’m Loving Right Now

For some it’s shoes, for others it’s handbags, but for me, cookery books are my weakness! I’m not certain when it started, but I think it has something to do with summer trips to Eastbourne, seeing Peter’s Mum’s collection growing and talking to her about her latest purchase, food and all things cooking. My bookshelf is still relatively bare in …

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Hemsley Hemsley Meatballs & Cauliflower Tabbouleh

This weekend I bought myself some new (well.. new to me!) plates for RecipeVix, and I’m so pleased I did, as I came away with the beautiful blue plate pictured above. This lot came from Oxfam and the Gloucester Green market, all for under £20!

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Healthy Natty’s Banana Bread

I’ve never made banana bread before, and so I thought I’d give Healthy Natty’s recipe a whirl (while you’re checking out the recipe, have a look around her blog, it’s lovely!).

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My New Roots – Black Lentil Salad with Tzatziki, Avocado & Pea Shoots

I haven’t made much My New Roots yet as I think it requires a bit more thought and planning. It’s definitely a book which requires reading ahead to take all of Sarah’s advice in. So I thought I’d start with this very easy black lentil salad which is incredibly straight forward, quick and healthy (link to recipe here).

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4 Foodie Blogs I Love

I’m very new to this blogging malarkey and so I thought I’d share four foodie blogs which I love with you and which have inspired me. If you’ve not come across them before, you might find them interesting too. Although the four blogs share good healthy food in common, they’re each quite different and have their own very unique style. …