What’s in Season: Irish Winter Foods

Winter is here in all its chilly glory, bringing a plethora of wonderful foods for you to get creative with in the kitchen. These include but are certainly not limited to: beetroot, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, celeriac, celery, horseradish, Jerusalem artichoke, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, parsnips, apples, clementines, cranberries, pears and more. Within this post we’re going to delve…

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A selection of sides and mains for an epic Christmas feast

With Christmas just around the corner you may be in need of some Christmas recipe inspiration to help pin down your Christmas Feast this year. Perhaps you have a vegetarian or vegan guest coming for Christmas this year, or maybe you yourself are following a plant based or gluten free diet and need some inspiration.…

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How to Get Greens Powders into Your Daily Routine During Winter [including recipes]

You’ve heard me say it once, and you’ll hear me say it 100 times more – greens are an incredibly important component of the human diet and are an amazing way to help fill in nutritional gaps in the diet. And it’s not just dark leafy greens that are I’m talking about here. Algae and…

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New Organic Beet Kvass from The Cultured Food Company is a must have tonic for a happy and healthy tummy

Beet Kvass is an ancient probiotic drink, originating from Russia over two centuries ago. It is packed full of nutrients to support your immune system and your digestion. It is an anti-inflammatory, detoxifying and it helps cleanse the liver. This veggie tonic is also rich in Iron, Vitamin C and antioxidants. Take it in the…

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Candida Overgrowth: The Importance of Fermented and Cultured Foods on the Anti Candida Diet (Part Three)

As covered in part one of this blog series, candida is an organism that lives naturally within the human body and is normally found in low levels, but when there is an imbalance caused by an overproduction of this yeast it can cause many problems, including the fungal infection known as Candida. It’s common thought…

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