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Category: Vegan & gluten-free recipes

I tend towards easy, wholesome meals. The kind of food that falls in the centre of the venn diagram marked ‘quick’ ‘healthy’ and ‘tasty AF’.

I also share some recipes that are a little bit more time-consuming to prepare, a little bit higher in calories and just as delish and good-for-you.

Not a treat. Not a cheat.

Just food that you want to make into an event (dinner party food, family barbecue food, I-had-a-shitty-day-at-work-and-now-Imma-take-the-time-to-fix-myself-something-tasty food)

These recipes are good food before they’re gluten-free food.

They are delicious food before they’re plant-based food.

They’re the kind of food that you can just serve up, to everyone, without a fuss.

Get all my vegan & gluten-free recipes right here, or go straight to a category:

rice and pea salad with mint, chives and herbs
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This super-fresh pea salad came together as a quick and simple packed lunch option a few weeks ago, using ingredients I had in the house. The mint gives this dish a real feeling of spring. It would work perfectly as a side dish, or part of an early-in-the-season picnic. When I originally posted this recipe, my husband knew I’d been feeling a bit overwhelmed (I was working full time, running this blog, planning a wedding and trying to maintain some semblance of a social life), so he came home with the most gorgeous picnic basket, complete with a pocket for

Turmeric Tea
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I’ve been drinking this turmeric tea for years now, it is really warming and refreshing. Turmeric Tea is great for a sore throat or a cold, but I’ve been drinking a few cups of this tea every day. It is so simple to make and tastes delicious – it curbs the mid-afternoon sugar cravings and is just really energising. The four ingredients in this tea each have their own health benefits: Turmeric A colourful root, similar in looks to ginger, turmeric has long been used for both its’ health benefits and its’ colourful attributes. This article from the BBC lists

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