This flavourful raw, vegan dish can be prepared in less than 10 minutes. The longer you let the sauce sit on the kelp boodles the softer the noodles will become. Alternatively you can dip the noodles in hot water for a few minutes (for a not so raw dish) or let them sit in salt … Continue reading Recipe Week: Coconut Curry Kelp Noodles
People have been fascinated with the mysteries of the moon and its effects on the earth’s behavior for thousands of years. The cycles of the moon have served as guidance and structure to the earth for centuries, too- which is why farmers have been using the cycles as a reference for planting and harvesting crops. … Continue reading Beautifying with a Blue Moon Hair Cut
Imagine eating something old. Really old. Like, more than 800 million years old. Sound impossible? Maybe unappetizing? Next time you sprinkle a pinch of Himalayan Sea Salt on your dinner, you’ll actually be seasoning your food with a truly ancient spice. These beautiful pink salt crystals are mined from the great Salt Range of the Himalayas, … Continue reading Imagine eating something old. Really old. Like, more than 800 million years old.
This week we will be making a crème, flavouring it with our favourite fruit and making it into a pudding. This recipe also makes a great filling for a pie. You can take the base and add whatever fruit you desire to give it a kick of flavour. We love using Lemon Zest, Cherries, Carob … Continue reading Recipe Week: Orange Crème de la Crème