Category: Diet

Dairy, it seems, is fast becoming a drink of the past. Whilst many have given ‘Veganuary’, (a month aimed to inspire and support people to try out veganism) a ...

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You probably already know that the term ‘Dry January’ refers to a month in which one refrains from drinking any alcohol as a personal challenge. If you feel ...

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Seitan (pronounced, “say-tan”) is a high protein food, usually made from wheat flour, spelt flour, khorasan wheat or gluten. It's made by washing flour dough ...

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For most of us, a hangover is just the price you pay for a night of drinking but there's no need to let a heavy night write off the next day entirely. A ...

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Grass jelly, is a dessert that looks like jelly, hence the name, and is very popular mainly in Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Southeast ...

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You may have heard the term ‘gluten-free’ thrown around a lot but what does it really mean? Gluten is the general name for the proteins found in wheat and ...

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It’s that time of year again, when we venture out into the cold with our ‘bags for life’ to stock up with food. Many of you may be partial to a few pigs in ...

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It might be because I've just gotten back from a short trip to Asia that I'm now, totally into all sorts of soyabean food! Tempeh or Tempe is a traditional ...

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Now that the festive season is upon us, we will no doubt be cooking delicious food or at least eating more of it. Food without herbs and spices would be like ...

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According to the British Coffee Association, we drink a staggering 95 million cups of coffee per day as a nation! It has become a part of our modern-day ritual ...

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In today’s busy world, we all have many important decisions to make. In this article, 5 Powerful Foods That Stop Disease, you'll realise that by making small ...

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Tea (or the great English 'cuppa') has obviously become a staple of our country’s tastes and habits and is here to stay. But if you're not really into it like ...

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The peach (Prunus Persica) tree is originally native to the Northwest of China. It gained its name ‘Persica’ after being widely cultivated in Persia (today’s ...

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Chicory (also known as endive) comes from the dandelion family and can usually be recognised by its bright blue flowers. You can actually enjoy the entirety of ...

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Panela, also known as rapadura is actually unrefined whole cane sugar, originally grown in Central and Latin America, in particular Colombia. It is obtained by ...

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