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Breakfast, Recipes / 31.01.2019


Thick, tangy and creamy dairy-free coconut yoghurt with only four ingredients.

After making my own coconut yoghurt I’ll never go back to store bought coconut yoghurt; it’s cheaper and I can control what goes into the yoghurt.

This recipe can also be used to make regular yoghurt as well.
The secret to having creamy, thick and tangy yoghurt lies with the ingredients you use and of course the right method.

Drinks, Recipes / 28.01.2019

AsWHAT? Classified as an adaptogen; that helps the body manage stress. Ashwagandha has been used for over 3000 years to relieve stress, increase energy levels and improve concentration. So what does science say about ashwagandha? Can reduce blood sugar levels ; human studies found that ashwagandha successfully reduced blood sugar levels for both healthy people and people with diabetes (1,2,3,4) . Can reduce cortisol (stress hormone) levels ; (5,6) one study found that compared to the control group , adults who was chronically stressed and supplemented with ashwagandha had a...

Desserts, Recipes / 28.01.2019

South Africa's favourite sweet, warm and saucy Malva Pudding made vegan and gluten-free. If you’re not so fortunate to have grown up in South Africa, a malva pudding is similar to a sticky date pudding. However, in my opinion there is no competition. No South African home has gone without this delicious, sweet and sticky malva pudding gracing its table during the festive season. Let’s be honest, we don’t need an excuse to fill our bellies with this soft and spongy pudding. I personally don’t like the aftertaste of regular gluten-free...