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Fancy Cucumber Salad

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This salad is so simple and can be served with any meal and in any season, the sauce is what makes this salad so addictive. I’ve served is along curry dishes, with BBQ type meals and when I’m in a hurry this is a quick vege side that is light […]

 
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Stuffed Sweet Potato

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WHAT FEE LOVE’S: there was so much to love about this recipe, the sweet potato was soft, slightly caramelised on the edges and the rest of the ingredients just balanced the flavours of the whole dish.  A lovely vegetarian dish that contains fibre and vegetarian protein. SERVING SUGGESTIONhalf a sweet potato with […]

 
Salads, Sides

Carrot Beet Salad

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WHAT FEE LOVE’S: Like a lot of my recipes this is another super easy way to amplify nutrition. The sweetness of the carrot and beet meet nicely with the herbs and toasted almonds which add a little protein and fat.  Beets are high in vitamin C, fibre, and essential minerals like potassium […]

 
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Sumac on Eggplant

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If you love eggplant this is a dish for you.  In the end the eggplant absorbs the sumac which is a middle eastern spice made from berries and becomes soft and gooey.  You will find it in the spices section at your supermarket.  Another nice addition for lunches but great […]

 
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Crispy Sweet Potato with Lemon Yogurt + Rosemary

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 1 cup or so of sweet potato gives you about 26% of your daily fibre needs, when roasted it becomes chewy and caramelises , the yogurt balances out the sweetness plus the fat in the yogurt increases the ​absorption of the beta-carotene (orange colour) which is important in the diet as it is a precursor of […]

 
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Steamed | Raw | Roasted

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This dish adds so much variety to your meal and makes vegetables much more interesting to eat. Steaming veges ensures that vitamins and minerals are retained so your body gets to enjoy them.  Raw veges all of the vitamins and minerals are retained and add the crunch factor.  Roasting well this […]