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    Exam season! 6 snacks to make you a mega mind

    Ever catch yourself day dreaming while you do a past paper or keep telling yourself just one more episode? If so, I’m here to give you the energy – well my buddies are – to ace your exams like 1, 2, 3. Snacks like any large meal, help you to keep you awake and refreshed to start that timer again. Another great pointer is that they don’t have to drag you away from your desk for long periods of time. Often making a meal, may it be heating up a ready meal or just making a cheese toastie, can steal away time. Thats why in your pantry you can grab…

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    Moss: Its a trend

    With the growing Instagram accounts like the potted jungle and succulent city, all we want to do is join the movement of “bring the outdoors in”. Not only do plants relieve stress and increase our productivity, they bring an aesthetic that bring a buzz to our work space. As a lover of succulents myself (Grogu, my Echeveria elegans), succulents need little space, little care and little time. That’s why if you want to expand your indoor garden, I think the next big thing to your cacti is moss. Seen in Saihō-ji in Japan, moss has been growing in Oriental gardens and on the side of our buildings for centuries. They…

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    Lemon & Blueberry Drizzle Loaf

    One of my go to recipes as spring comes around and I remember that the deep freezer has lovely blueberries from last years harvest. The loaf cake is beautifully soft and zesty with the flavour of lemon – yummy! Bring on Spring! This recipe is dairy free. I think this recipe will be good with gluten-free flour too. Will keep you updated if it does. Ingredients for the loaf cake: 1 1/2 cups organic plain flour 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 cup stork 3/4 cup raw cane sugar 1 tbs lemon essence 3 large eggs 1/2 cup oat milk (or any milk) 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 cup blueberries fresh…

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    Pancakes

    Happy pancake day, everybody! Either this is on the day or a day that needs some extra spark. I guarantee any chocolate sauce or Ben and Jerry’s will complement this hearty meal. Ingredients: 1 egg 1/2 cup milk 1/2tsp kosher fine salt 1 cup of flour 1 cup of milk In a standing mixer attach the whisk. Beat one egg with half a cup of milk (obviously Oatly for us) and one-quarter of a teaspoon of salt. Add one cup of flour (replace with alternatives such as gluten free) Mix until blended. Add one cup of milk (oat milk). Combine until blended. Do not over beat. Cook with oil in…

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    National Pizza Day

    Celebrating pizza day in style – National Pizza Day! Any excuse for pizza making. This is our family recipe which we use often and it makes a great family evening get-together… All dried pantry ingredients can be found under http://www.pantryrefillcompany.co.uk/pantryproducts 300g Organic strong bread flour 1tsp Organic instant yeast 1/2tsp Kosher fine salt 200ml Warm water 1tbsp Olive oil 110ml Passata sauce Begin by putting the oven on at 220℃ Fan or 240℃ or 425℉ Measure your flour and add to a standing mixer bowl. Add yeast to one side of the bowl and salt to the other. Mix together and while the mixer is mixing add the water and…

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    Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Yes… a truly wonderful combination! Sinead wanted cookies for her birthday instead of a birthday cake – well she received both. I revamped the recipe for it to be vegan in celebrating January 2021 Vegan month. Ingredients 50g Peanuts 125g Smooth Peanut Butter 125g Stork or vegan butter equivalent 100g Coconut Sugar 100g Caster Sugar 200g Plain Flour 1/2 tsp Bicarbonate of soda / baking soda 100g Cacao Nibs or Vegan chocolate buttons Method having fun baking! Here we go… preheat the oven to 180℃ Roast the peanuts in a roasting tin for 8 to 10 minutes. Leave to cool. In a large saucepan melt the peanut butter and stork…

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    7 healthy ingredients to start your 2021

    Whether you trying New Year New You or just looking to boost your immunity, these 7 ingredients are simple basics to add to every meal. Breakfast Basics Organic Deluxe Muesli Not only is this filled with natural fats, the nuts allow you to stay full for a busy day. As lipids contain 2x more energy that carbohydrates, the hazelnuts, walnuts, cashews and almonds guarantee your morning start. Brunch, Lunch and Dunch 2. Gomitini Pasta These rainbow-shaped pasta blend well with a potato salad and vegan mayonnaise. Although pasta has been labelled as unhealthy ‘Carbs,’ carbohydrates are actually a great energy storage. Pasta in particular is broken down quickly but still…

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    Butternut Soup

    Warm spicy butternut soup for those rainy days…. I make this soup with my homemade bread on days when the sun is gone and the rain monkey has brought the clouds to play with. Each time I make the recipe there is a new flavour as each butternut is different coming from different parts of the world. This year Sinead and I planted our own butternut plants – they are currently in the garden with beautiful butternuts waiting for a few more sunny days and then we can harvest them. We are looking forward to tasting our homegrown butternuts. Ingredients

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    Pinhead Oats Organic

    Organic Breakfast Porridge As Autumn Fall season begins changing our world to oranges, reds, yellows and a little green we begin our mornings with Pinhead Oats. My Dad is Scottish and introduced us to these oats when we were children, and as autumn rolls in, the oats come out… comfort food with the energy for the day. Ingredients 1/2 cup of oats 3 cups of water Pinch of kosher salt Place all the ingredients in a saucepan and stir together. Bring the oats to a simmer and cook for 23 to 27 minutes depending on the consistency you would like. Serve in a porridge bowl adding sugar, maple syrup or…