All posts tagged: Vegetables

Raw Summer Veggie Pad Thai

Fresh off the back of our amazing trip to Thailand and Cambodia, this week I was craving more of the authentic Asian food we experienced while overseas. Not one to sugar coat it, the food in South East Asia wasn’t always ‘wellness’ kosher, but it certainly was full of flavour and depth. Cambodia is home to some of the most fragrant curries I’ve ever tasted; if you ever get the chance to try an Amok or Khmer dish, don’t pass on it. In Thailand, particularity Phuket where we were based, the seafood options seemed endless. But unfortunately despite how romantic the above sounds, in most instances we were either stuck with poor interpretations of western food or delicious authentic dishes lined with sugar, soy and gluten. And don’t even get me started on the airport food… So it took me by no surprise that upon returning home I had a gut to rebuild. Fortunately one of my intentions for 2016 is to make our dinner meals almost entirely veggie-based; enter the above dish and hello …

Drinking green – is it really worth it?

As I’m typing this all I’m thinking is, oh no! Not another green juice post. Yes, they are everywhere. And yes they mostly all say the same thing. Drink your greens kids! But even if you’ve already read several-hundred posts on the topic, you should still read this one too (as you never know what you might learn!). Yes dear readers, I’m encouraging you to join me on the green team 😉 When I first started my health kick just under a year ago, I swore that I wasn’t going to buy into the green fad and start drinking my salads. In fact, when I first moved in with my flatmate she made me one as a welcome drink. I took one sip, put it down and said thanks but no thanks it’s not for me (how rude!). But like all those before me, once I let my guard down my mind (slowly) changed. I finally understood the green craze when I stumbled across a movie called Hungry for Change by the awesome people at …