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Grown in Mexico and South America, chia seeds are said to have been used as early as 3500 B.C by Aztec cultures for supernatural powers. I’m unsure about the supernatural powers, but what I do know, is that despite their size,

GOOD NEWS: After 2 years of an oven-breakdown, my oven has been RESURRECTED! Hallelujah – seriously! So naturally, the first thing I will bake is cake! This cake contains the following:

So you’ve got a bunch of friends over for a great feast and you bring out the best part of the night – desert! This desert may consist of some cut-up fruit you’ve spent 3 hours cutting and arranging for, a

Matcha Chai Tea

Posted by Bec on August 2, 2017
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Matcha tea, matcha lattes, matcha buns, matcha MADNESS! This green tea powder is becoming increasingly popular in Western culture – and rightly so! Ever wondered why matcha powder has a vibrant green colour? It lies in the way the green tea

I’ve created many raw vegan chocolate brownies the last few years, but there are hands down the best ones yet I’ve made. They are dense, fudgy, gooey, creamy, crunchy – literally everything you want in a brownie. Rest assure, these little

Before you decide to grab some popcorn and slurpee at the moves, let’s explore what is really in popcorn? Here is a list of some of the ingredients: – Genetically modified corn – Partially hydrogenated soybean oil – Artificial butter flavour:

“Should I take a multivitamin?” is something I get asked on a daily basis. My answer consistently remains, “before we go popping synthetic pills, let’s take a step back and get back to nature”. The mind-blowing fact about food is that,

“What do you mean you don’t eat no meat?” – A famous quote from my favourite movie My Big Fat Greek wedding (seriously, I know every line from that movie). From before I can remember my Egyptian mother and I have

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