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Cod with asparagus, spelt and leeks
Cod with Asparagus, Leek & Spelt

Morrisons is selling bundles of wonky asparagus at almost half price in a drive to stop the crop – misshapen as a result of this Spring’s fluctuating temperatures – from being wasted. Bravo, i say, because spears pack nutritional punch. They are high in fibre and are good sources of A and C vitamins, calcium […]

Sally Bee Nut Roast
Nuts

Rather than being banished to the snack cupboard; Nuts, particularly walnuts, sunflower seeds and pecans are proven to help guard against heart disease and some cancers due to their high antioxidant content. It’s helpful to eat at least 20 grams a day, so this recipe makes a perfect dish that can be eaten hot, and […]

Roast Cauliflower, Puy Lentil and Egg Salad
Roast Cauliflower, Puy Lentil and Egg Salad

After a bumper crop there is a huge glut of cauliflower this week, so we should all take advantage and feast on this superfood before it gets wasted. Packed with more goodness than it’s colour suggests, and forgetting all about mushy and tastless cauliflower instead try this roasted variety that brings out the amazing nutty […]

Artichoke Leek & Onion Tart
Artichoke, Leek, Asparagus & Onion Tart

If you are stressed and struggling to sleep, it may be your stomach that holds the key. By boosting levels of good gut bacteria, groundbreaking research shows that a better nights rest may be achieved. Artichokes, leeks and onions all contain the sleep inducing prebiotics, a dietry fibre that boosts the growth of good gut […]

Turmeric
Turmeric

The unsung hero of many a spice rack, there’s more more to turmeric than just a pep-up for a curry. Part of the ginger family, the yellow spice is used in Chinese mediceine for depression. It is also an anti-inflammatory, accelerates wound healing, settles upset stomachs and eases cold and flu stmptoms. Try my flu-busting […]

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