Curried Sprouted Mung Beans

Sprouting beans is easy and you don’t need any special kitchen equipment. I soak mine in a bowl of water overnight. The next morning, I drain and rinse them and place them in a metal colander. Cover that with a light towel and leave it to sit for two days. I rinse the beans with…

Anti-Inflammatory Breakfast Smoothie

I recently read an article with Dr. Joel Kahn about his morning anti-inflammatory  smoothie. This morning I tweaked it to make it SIBO friendly. It is nutrient dense, delicious and completely satisfying. Do not be put off by the dark, almost black colour – it is wonderful! 1/2 cup frozen blueberries 5 walnuts Protein powder…

Mediterranean Tofu Scramble

This is a perfect main for when you have a container of leftover roasted veg sitting in the fridge. The caramelised flavour of the veggies mixed with herbs, tofu and olives is a welcome treat for breakfast (or anytime.) You could also chop some vegetables and sauté them if you don’t have roasted on hand…

Halva Pancakes

I love halva and used to treat myself to a sweet chocolate halva confection when I lived in London. Now on a SIBO restricted diet and limiting sugar it’s something I haven’t enjoyed in many years. Although, not as sweet as the original it still has that wonderful flavour I remember. 1/4 cup tahini 1/4…

Choy Sum and Ginger Tofu

1 bunch of choy sum, washed and ends trimmed 1/3 brick firm tofu, cubed 1 knob of ginger, diced small 1/4 – 1/2 cup chopped broccoli 1 tsp garlic infused olive oil Salt and pepper to taste To serve: 1/2 cup cooked white rice and 1/4 avocado. Heat pan over medium high heat, add oil….

Savoury Breakfast Bowl

I love “bowls” at any time of the day. I love the assortment of different foods coming together in small portions to make one fabulous dish. I love the variety and I love the flavour. I guess I’m just full of love and gratitude for healing foods. I’m also a big advocate of savoury food…

Chia Seed Pudding

1/4 cup chia seeds 1 cup almond milk, coconut milk or a blend of the two A dash of cinnamon 1/2 tsp vanilla extract *Optional – 1 tbsp of Bare Blends Vanilla and Coconut protein powder – this adds a protein punch and a little sweetness. Add chia seeds to bowl or jar if prepping…

Raspberry Ginger Compote

This is so good! It takes just a few minutes to whip up and is brilliant on chia seed pudding or atop spiced almond muffins. 1 cup frozen raspberries 1 tbsp chia seeds 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1 small knob of ginger, diced small Water Add all ingredients to a pan and cook over medium heat…

Mexican Spiced Tofu Scramble

This recipe has several spices but have no fear, it comes together quite quickly. I tend to throw together my own Mexican spice mix as store bought ones contain garlic and onion powder. We achieve the same flavour here with garlic infused olive oil and green onions. 1 brick of tofu, crumbled 1 tomato, diced…

Lentil, Hemp and Garden Veg Salad

I love how much better I feel having a savoury breakfast. We can take note from different cultures around the world who enjoy meals consisting of lentils and rice, congee, and platters of vegetables, nuts and olives to start their day. I make this protein packed salad several times per week for breakfast. You may…