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Cocoa almond tonic bliss smoothie

OH.MY.GOD. That’s true. When I tested this drink, I had a « I’ve gone into smoothie heaven » moment. BUT. What is truly exceptional is that we are in a paradise… that is SO GOOD for you, so healthy. This smoothie is balanced in just the right ways – no added sugar of course, some green, veggie…

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Creamy fennel soup

I love fennel! When in season, this soup is a simple way to enjoy its subtle aniseed flavour. : ) The simple ingredients give plenty flavour by themselves. As far as i am concerned, there’s no need to add cream but you could if you wanted to. I add finely chopped parsley – or even…

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Adaptagenic zero waste veggie broth

When I lived in London, I used to compost all my veggie and fruit leftovers. I can’t do that anymore here in Paris but in winter I continue to do this recipe invented by artist and writer Morgan Rae – it’s broth made from all those veggie scraps we don’t use: peelings, bits of celery,…

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Stack of butternut, kasha, quinoa & white beans

Inspired from a recipe from vegetarian cookbook “My New Roots”, I really like these towers for different reasons. – They’re a way to have what is essentially a mixed salad presented a different way! This look gets the taste buds all excited : ) – This is a very balanced and nourishing meal with all…

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Metabolic Booster Rooïbos Tea

A beauty tea?  Well yes! This is one of my favourite morning tipples for SO many reasons.  It actually creates rapid energy in the body thanks to the special fats in the coconut oil.  The special triglycerides don’t need any complex conversion by the body but instead are used directly by the liver to be…

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Metabolic Booster Matcha Tea

A beauty tea? Well yes! This is one of my favourite morning tipples for SO many reasons. It actually creates rapid energy in the body thanks to the special fats in the coconut oil. The special triglycerides don’t need any complex conversion by the body but instead are used directly by the liver to be…

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GF apple cinnamon quinoa granola

I don’t eat granola every day, more of a treat or when I have a fancy for it. But between my homemade ones – this one and my sublime buckwheat groats one – I know it’s healthy, balanced with good fats and proteins and won’t send my sugar levels rocketing high. This particular recipe starts…

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My best recipes for the summer

This august, every week I am going to round up some of my recipes to give you some inspiration to cook simple, healthy and super tasty food. Today I start with some main meal inspiration. Next week will be my gazpachos (green and red!). Then it will be time for some sweet – but healthy…

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Pistachio lime courgette cake

This cake is a little twist on the carrot cake, with a little goat or coconut yogurt drizzle to jazz it up too J. Made with courgettes instead of carrots to give you a moist cake, gluten free flours are a mix of almond powder, quinoa and rice flours.  I always have quinoa flakes on…

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Exotic mango coconut jelly cubes

I love agar-agar-based desserts – they tick all my boxes: fast, simple, healthy … and delicious! My vegan cardamom panna cotta is always a success served with a little red fruit coulis or just a little passion fruit pulp.  These mango coconut jelly cubes take it to the next level and they make such a…

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