How to Drink Vinegar, and Smile about it.

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Vinegar… Natural Organic Fermented Apple Cider Vinegar.

A glass of vinegar water is one of the most refreshing drinks on my list. Although the taste is not something to rave about, the health benefits are!

ACV is fermented and you’ll see the little floaty bits in the bottom of the bottle.Photo on 05-11-2015 at 14.31 #3

Tip: Use ACV on your skin. It’s the best toner you’ll ever use as it contains malic and lactic acids balancing the PH levels in your skin whilst softening and exfoliating! Because of this ACV is excellent used on acne, psorisis and even wrinkles.

Foods that are fermented are great for digestion reducing indigestion and raising energy levels. It is also good for the guts bacteria and helps to maintain a good bacteria balance.

Tip: Sip on ACV after a large meal or too much alcohol and it will help to normalise the PH in your blood, helping to…

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Baked Berry Porridge

This is ideal for breakfast, desert or snack, a cross between porridge and crumble. Serve with oat cream or soy yogurt.

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You will need:

2 cup Oats (jumbo oats are best)

1 cup of boiling water

1 cup Plant-based milk (almond or oat)

2 ripe bananas

1 punnet of berries (blackberries/blueberries/ blackcurrents)

2 handfuls of raisins

Method:

Place the oats in a pan or large Pirex bowl.

Pour on 1 cup of boiling water and stir for 2 minutes.

Add the remaining water as needed

Slice the banana and stir in

Add the berries and raisins and the milk

Optional: Put slices of banana on top / sprinkle on chia seeds

Bake for approx 20 minutes at 180 (or until bubbling hot)

Saturday Shop.

All organic food shop today.

Here’s what I bought:

Sourdough Spelt Bread

Natural probiotic Soy yogurt

Marinated Tofu x2

Fresh Ginger

Fresh Turmeric

Ground Turmeric

Fresh Garlic

Bicarbonate Soda

Quinoa

Red onions

Spring Onions

Apples

Broccoli

Red Bell Pepper

Kale

Cashew Nuts

Nutritional Yeast

Hummus

Total: 25 Pounds

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Quinoa Pizza Base(Vegan + Gluten-Free)

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You will need:

Quinoa,   Water,    Baking Powder,   Cayenne pepper.

Soak 1 cup of Quinoa preferably overnight if not  for 30 – 45minutes will do.

Drain.

Add 1/2 teaspoon of  backing powder and half of cayenne pepper.

Add 1 cup of water and blend in a nutri-bullet or other high speed blender.

Line a baking tray (with sides) and pour out mixture into tray.

Back at 180 for about 25 minutes or until crisp and golden.

Add toppings as desired!

In this photo I made my own sauce and my home-made vegan ‘Mozzerella’