Ginger & Molasses Biscuits

Warming and comforting, with digestion-boosting spices and a good dose of iron from the molasses, these biscuits are a great way to balance the Ayurvedic Vata Dosha. Dip them in tea or pack a few with you to take on blustery Autumn walks, they’re easy to make and satisfyingly similar to a ginger snap, asContinue reading “Ginger & Molasses Biscuits”

Turmeric Chai

With Autumn well and truly here and Winter on the way, this is the perfect time to collect a few warming, nourishing recipes to get you through the next few months. Spices are the key to creating meals and snacks that have medicinal properties and can make a big difference to the way you feel.Continue reading “Turmeric Chai”

Blog Roundup: Catch Up With Last Month’s Articles For Your Yoga Inspiration

Each month I write for a a few different websites and magazines, including Breathe Magazine, Ekhart Yoga, and Yogamatters UK. If you missed any of them, have a look at the list below and take your time reading through. There’s a mixture of philosophy, mindfulness, yoga postures, yoga tips, and lots more to choose from.Continue reading “Blog Roundup: Catch Up With Last Month’s Articles For Your Yoga Inspiration”

Easy Apple & Pear Chutney (V + low sugar)

Spice up these seasonal fruits and serve them along side a warming curry or festive platter of cheese and wine! (is it ok to say ‘festive’ in October?) Easy to make and with no refined sugar, this chutney will keep in the fridge for roughly a week, and will taste best a couple of daysContinue reading “Easy Apple & Pear Chutney (V + low sugar)”

Not-Quite-Thai Green Curry Paste (vegan + low sugar)

A recipe with the salty, zingy, satisfying flavours of a traditional Thai curry paste, but with ingredients you’re more likely to have on hand at home. Consider this the quick, mild and family-friendly Thai curry paste. Adapt this curry paste recipe to suit your own taste buds, and experiment with using different herbs and spices!Continue reading “Not-Quite-Thai Green Curry Paste (vegan + low sugar)”

Roast Red Cabbage & Apple

Wonderfully Autumnal and easy to prepare, this is a dish for plonking in the middle of the dinner table on cold evenings for everyone to try. Best served along-side seasonal squash or your Sunday roast, the addition of balsamic vinegar brings a welcome tangy-ness and zing to what can sometimes be a few months ofContinue reading “Roast Red Cabbage & Apple”

Autumnal Ayurveda & The Qualities of Life: Live Harmoniously, Reduce Anxiety & Feel Grounded

The beauty of living in countries like the UK, is that we really get to feel the changing seasons. Balmy Summers give way to the cool, whirling winds of Autumn, and Autumns slip into crisp, cold Winters, finally re-emerging with the warmth and wonder of Spring. Whether you love the light of Summer or craveContinue reading “Autumnal Ayurveda & The Qualities of Life: Live Harmoniously, Reduce Anxiety & Feel Grounded”

Autumn Chutney #1: Waste – Not Bitter Lemon, Honey & Ginger

Autumn is the time for warming meals and digestion-enhancing condiments, spiced chutneys and flavourful feasts. This recipe ticks all the boxes, and all the ingredients are especially talented at helping the body digest heavier meals. Think of this as part side-dish, part medicine. Naturally paired with a curry, this chutney includes lemon zest for itsContinue reading “Autumn Chutney #1: Waste – Not Bitter Lemon, Honey & Ginger”

Savoury Superfood Turmeric Biscuits

Most of us have probably heard about the benefits of the golden spice by now. Indeed Turmeric has many magical properties, like lowering levels of inflammation, enhancing the growth and renewal of healthy cells, maintaining good gut health, and increasing the body’s antioxidant capacity. Despite its hype and somewhat miraculous abilities – turmeric is stillContinue reading “Savoury Superfood Turmeric Biscuits”

Zero Waste Winter Porridge Cake (V)

With November here in a few days, Summer smoothie bowls, cool crispy salads and iced coffees are out, and warming soups, spiced chai and hot porridges are most definitely in! It’s amazing what can be made from leftovers – and with a little creative thinking and lots of hungry guests to feed, we were able toContinue reading “Zero Waste Winter Porridge Cake (V)”