Activated ABC Mylk

Make your own delicious and nutritious nut mylk that is free of additives and wasteful packaging. Add to your smoothies, porridge and hot drinks or use it as a base for sauces in savoury recipes. The name ABC mylk comes from the combination of almonds, brazil nuts and cashews. These nuts together offer a varied … More Activated ABC Mylk

Kelp Noodle Salad

Kelp is a gluten-free noodle that contains vitamins A, B and C; minerals like magnesium, calcium, zinc and iron; and iodine, which is an essential nutrient and trace mineral. It does not need to be cooked, only rinsed. Therefore, it is perfect for tossing through salads! This salad is packed with raw vegetables, herbs, sprouts … More Kelp Noodle Salad

Papaya: Benefits for digestive & skin health

Papaya is a beautifully cleansing fruit that is one of the richest sources of antioxidants. It contains a complex variety of enzymes that help your body to break down and digest proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Therefore, it is wonderful for your digestion! It is also great for keeping blood sugar levels stable as it is … More Papaya: Benefits for digestive & skin health

Golden Zoats

Add some extra goodness and fibre to your morning oatmeal with grated zucchini. When cooked into steel-cut oats, which take longer to cook than regular oats, you won’t even know the zucchini is there! But it adds bulk and plenty of nutrients. The golden colour of the oats comes from turmeric. Turmeric is a potent … More Golden Zoats

Acai Bowl Recipe

There’s a reason acai bowls are so popular. Not only do they taste divine, but acai berries are loaded with antioxidants, rich in heart-healthy fats and high in fibre. Topped with the crunchy goodness of granola and fresh seasonal fruit, it’s a combination that’s hard to get tired of. This is especially true considering the … More Acai Bowl Recipe

DIY: Plant Dye

Harness the power of plants and beauty of nature’s palette to breathe colour into fabric. Do so without the toxic heavy metals that end up in our waterways and are detrimental to both ecosystem and human health. Plant dyes also make great use of food leftovers (such as avocado pits and onion skins) and are … More DIY: Plant Dye