Black tea kombucha brewing…looking like a mini Lawrence of Arabia don’t you think?!
Bacteria….never really thought it would be my bag until I started investigating ways to improve my ways to improve my health, post Hashi’s diagnosis. Then I started coming across lots of info about fermenting drinks and food and how it can be hugely beneficial to our health (Chris Kresser is very informative on this subject). And my mind started opening up to the possibilities…. Continue Reading
Cinnamony Apple and Banana Bread with Yoghurt and Chopped Brazil Nuts
Mmmm…are you going to love this!
I’ve been seeing a lot of hot cross buns around the place, of course, Easter is on its way! And I loooove hot cross buns…..I don’t think you understand, I really, really love hot cross buns. Really….. And although I rarely ate baked goods even before I stopped eating gluten, hot cross buns would be a yearly treat I would not feel bad about gorging myself on. Yes, gorge. I’d have maybe 4 a day, if there were some around, at work, at home, you know, wherever….It’s really lucky Easter is only once a year! Continue Reading
Oysters and Lemons
Oysters and lemons….(and a little bent fork!). Most people like oysters don’t they? We all know it’s a bit of an acquired taste and texture but one that we eventually grow to enjoy, no? Continue Reading
Pic by Jason Schembri from www.sarahwilson.com.au
After I had cleaned up what I was eating, basically by reducing the amount I ate out and increasing the amount of chemical free produce I bought from the market, I knew I had to look at the amount of gluten in my diet. I was feeling ok, as in better than I had been pre Hashi’s diagnosis, but I wanted to feel better than that! Continue Reading
My favourite fruit and veg stall at Marrickville Markets :)
First things first! I guess I need to highlight that these things are what worked for me – I can’t promise they will work for you, but I think they might be worth trying. I also hope you tell me about things that work for you that I haven’t tried yet. I like to think of all this as a rather exciting journey – and there is a lot to learn! Continue Reading