Hommus Love

Hommus Love

You can purchase Hommus most places that sell dip but sometimes it’s nice to make your own, or if like me, you’ve run out and want to whip up a quick batch to feed your hungry selves, this recipe is really quite simple to throw together at the last minute. ** If you have the time (typically overnight), it’s lovely to prepare your own chick peas from scratch (I find it helps to prevent some of the gas and bloating that some experience when using canned chick peas).

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Mung Dal

Mung Dal

I may have mentioned previously that I tend to cook by throwing random ingredients together in a pot and crossing my fingers, so I’m always a little nervous when I post a recipe that it may not turn out as well for you lovely folk in the remaking, as it did for me in the original dish.
So fingers crossed, but please let me know in the comments if it doesn’t turn out for you and I will endeavour to fix up the recipe for you.

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Zesty & Healing Vegetable Barley Soup

Zesty & Healing Vegetable Barley Soup

So Christmas and New Year have been GO, GO, GO and all of a sudden I have found myself run down and exhausted and in need of rest as well as a delicious and healing soup perfect for nourishing my unwell soul. So I made one! I wasn’t planning on posting this recipe but Ask and you shall Receive! 

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Gluten Free Tacos

Gluten Free Tacos

In theme with my last recipe, these tacos were created for my nieces who had asked me to teach them a couple of vegan recipes to take home with them from school holidays. I wanted the recipes to be easy for kids to prepare and also with easy to source ingredients that are relatively inexpensive. Of course they had to be tasty too and leave them not missing the mince and cheese tacos they were used to.

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