Things may seem rather quiet around here, but I can promise you that the quietness on my blog is a reflection of the busyness in my life and the chaos in my head. I have found the jump from two kids to three mind boggling. It is exhausting, relentless, and tedious at times. Conversely it is also wonderful and fun and hilarious. But if I am to be honest, more often than not, I am overwhelmed. Postnatal […]
Have you tried making coconut yogurt but haven’t had much luck? I get questions from a large number of people about the secrets to making a consistently good coconut yogurt that is tangy and thick and that doesn’t separate. My method is EASY and I get a perfect batch every time. You don’t need any fancy equipment and you don’t even need to have probiotic capsules on hand. This method uses leftover coconut yogurt which you […]
Photography by my lovely friend Virginia Woods-Jack I get mighty excited about making bread. It is my favourite fermented food and I never tire of watching the dough rise slowly throughout the day or the smell it creates during baking. I love how unique each loaf is when it is finished baking and pulled from the oven. Over the past couple of years I have slowly saved up and purchased a few bread-making tools […]
This has been my go-to meal for the past 6 months. I posted about it half a year ago but thought I would give it a proper feature on the blog considering I eat it so often and never seem to tire of it. I will happily eat it at 6am for breakfast or as a lunch or even dinner. It is a versatile meal and loaded with nutrients. It is also very quick […]
When a friend has had a baby I like to make these bars as a little treat. They are allergy-friendly for most people and a bit more nutritious than a standard slice or biscuit. They also don’t require exact ingredients so you can often make them with what you have lurking in the pantry. I buy a big 1kg tub of tahini from Pak N Save for about $13, which is more cost effective than the smaller […]
This bread recipe is the version I make using instant yeast instead of sourdough starter. For any of you who don’t have a sourdough starter, or if you forgot to feed the starter before bread-making day, this recipe doesn’t require any preparation and still produces a beautiful bread with a great flavour and minimal effort.