Recipe of the Week: Chicken Laksa

Time to warm the heart and soul. Ingredients 1 tbsp. coconut oil 2 tbsp. curry blend* 1 brown onion shallot (thinly sliced) 270ml coconut cream 650ml vegetable/chicken stock 500g chicken breast fillets (thinly sliced in 2cm pieces) 100g brown/white rice vermicelli noodles Bean sprouts and fresh coriander Method Place the noodles in a medium sized … Continued

Feng Shui your Work Space and Maximise your Creativity and Productivity

Article written by Caroline Beaton for   Feng shui is the art of influencing our internal state by arranging our surroundings to promote wellbeing and success.    Though feng shui is an ancient practice, modern psychology consistently confirms that our environment affects our emotions. Case in point: when people are around happy people, they … Continued

Recipe of the Week: Quick Vegetable Chilli

Quick Vegetable Chilli (4-6 serves on its own/ great as a side dish for more) Dinner ready in under half an hour. Got to love this one!! Ingredients 1 lge zucchini 1 lge sweet potato 1tin borlotti beans (rinsed) 1 tin chick peas (rinsed) 1 tin filtered water 2 tbsp. tomato paste Approx. 10 button … Continued

Tips for Staying Flu Free this Winter

Article by Dr. Frank Lipman via   While it’s become popular in the last decade to rely on vaccines to protect us from the flu, there are a number of problems with this that are rarely discussed. First is the fact that the effectiveness of flu shots has yet to be proven. In fact, many … Continued

Recipe of the Week: Sesame & Macadamia slice

Ingredients: 1 cup buckwheat puffs 1⁄2 cup sesame seeds 1⁄4 cup well crushed macadamia nuts 1⁄2 cup coconut flour 1⁄2 cup sultanas 75g organic butter 2 tbsp. honey 1⁄4 cup rice malt syrup 1⁄4 cup almond spread 2 tbsp. coconut oil 150g 70% melted dark cooking chocolate *(optional extra) Method: Line your square slice tin … Continued

Meaningful Mornings: Start your day the right way!

Article by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. via   Mornings can be tough. Maybe you like to sleep in as long as you can, and end up getting ready for the day by running around your house like a crazed animal. Maybe you have a basic routine you’ve been cycling through for years. Maybe you work … Continued

Vegetable and Tempeh Curry

                    Ingredients 1 pack tempeh (or Meat of your choice if preferred) 2 tbsp. coconut oil 1 medium brown onion (chopped) 2 cloves garlic (finely chopped) 3cm piece of fresh ginger (grated) 1 punnet grape/cherry tomatoes(chopped) or 1 x 400g tin diced tomatoes 2 dessertspoons of … Continued

Staying Zen in the Age of Social Media and Technology

  Mindfulness is focusing on the present moment and being fully engaged in what’s going on in the now instead of being distracted or somewhere else based on what may be going on in your mind. But mindfulness for the most part, doesn’t just happen while you stand there. While it sounds simple, you’ll likely … Continued

Recipe of the week: Anzac Biscuits

Ingredients: 100g organic butter ¼ cup honey 1 tsp. bicarbonate soda 2 tbsps. boiling water 1 cup rolled oats ½ cup buckwheat flour ½ desiccated coconut ½ cup LSA mix 1 tsp. ginger powder Method: Line 2 flat trays with baking paper and set aside. Preheat the oven to 180°c. Place the oats, buckwheat flour, … Continued

Recipe of the Week: Nut Roast – inspired by Veet’s Cuisine

Ingredients 70g each of macadamias, almonds, sunflower kernels 35g each of pecans and pistachios 1 small french onion/shallot (finely diced) 2cm piece of fresh ginger 400g fresh tomatoes 3 lge free-range eggs (whisked) 1 tsp. fresh thyme (well chopped) 1 tbsp. fresh parsley (well chopped) 1 tsp. Bragg’s all-purpose seasoning 1 tsp. fresh lemon juice … Continued