Creamy Thai Buttercup Soup

This is my absolute favourite soup this winter. It’s incredibly nourishing, filling and creamy, yet dairy-free! Packed full of flavour with plenty of spice and protein from the addition of lentils, it’s a well rounded meal in a bowl. The coconut milk, Thai spices, turmeric, and ginger go so well with creamy, nutty, buttercup. To keep it easy on Grant’s digestive system I left …

 

 

8 Beauty Uses for Baking Soda

  We all know that baking soda is great for cleaning up around the house but what about using it for our face and body?  Here are eight recipes for using baking soda in your beauty routine: Give your feet a good soak. Mix 3 tablespoons of Green Goddess Premium Baking Soda in a wide bucket of warm water for …

 

 

Easy Peasy Pita Pockets

Yum! Light, fluffy, warm, perfectly cooked pita pockets straight out of the oven, sounds so much better than the dry slightly stale ones I got from the supermarket the other day. This uncomplicated pita pocket recipe of Wendyl’s uses only five ingredients and is pretty easy to make. The kids will get a good appetite breathing in the fresh, baked bread, aroma …

 

 

The Whole Acid + Alkaline Thing

This week I am very excited to introduce one of my favourite bloggers, Lisa Fitzgibbon from www.lisasaid.so. Lisa is an experienced, qualified, registered Naturopath and Medical Herbalist who specialises in preventative health care and care for chronic health conditions in her practice in Grey Lynn, Auckland. If you’d like to get in touch with Lisa, or learn more about what she does, …

 

 

Try This To Refresh Flat Pile

Has your furniture been in the same place for a long time and now that you’ve moved it there are noticeable indentations in the carpet pile? Try one of these nifty tricks to lift out the mark and get some bounce back. Place an ice cube on each indentation. Leave it to melt overnight then mop up any remaining wetness. …