Teach Them Young

Our grandson who is five came to stay for a few days so I have been teaching him to cook. As well as chopping vegetables such as courgettes and mushroom he loved squeezing the saus
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The Spring Equinox and Detoxification

The Spring equinox is something that I look forward to and it’s no coincidence that it coincides with all the fresh green shoots appearing and vegetable planting time. Astrologic
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A Vegetarian comes to stay

I had a friend to stay for a few days who is vegetarian. I love vegetarian food and I would choose vegetarian meals more often when out if they weren’t always so gluten and dairy
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The Population won’t keep Living Longer

For years since the 1980s, we have seen the population start to live longer and the indications have been that the expected age will continue to rise in the future. I have never bo
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Animals Need Real Food Too

I read the other day that there are only 25,000 acres of traditional hay making meadows left in England as more intensive farming methods have taken their place. For years I have q
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Sugar is so Addictive

Whilst on holiday this year I bumped into a lady who I had met on one of our previous visits a few  years ago. I remembered her but had forgotten that we had talked about diet. Sh
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Sunbathing

When I was a child no-one knew about the dangers of too much sun so we spent all day outside and frequently arrived home red and sore. Since then we have gone to the opposite extre
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Food Resolutions 2018

It’s at this time of year that I think about improvements I want to make in my diet and lifestyle.  I’ve been into sugar, gluten and dairy free cooking for over 30 yea
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