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Natural Recipes

Tangy Summer Buckwheat Salad With Roasted Veg

Tangy Summer Buckwheat Salad With Roasted Veg
This recipe is so simple and easy it's hard not to like. Zingy lemon and vinegar dressing together with the coriander gives it a refreshing feel. Great served cold, its one that can be prepared the day before, making it perfect for lunchboxes, and summer entertaining. Keep the grain and dressing the same and mix up the veg for items on hand or in season for a recipe that is bound to be a winner no matter the time of year! Continue reading

Sorghum And Butternut Salad With Raisins

Sorghum And Butternut Salad With Raisins
Sorghum salad, sorghum porridge, popped sorghum, and sorghum syrup are just some of the common applications of this locally grown grain. While you may have never heard of sorghum before, this grain has been around for centuries. It is rich in nutrients and easy to add to your diet. Continue reading

Growing Your Own Sprouts And Microgreens

Growing Your Own Sprouts And Microgreens
Microgreens and sprouts are incredibly easy to grow and highly nutritious. Although the words 'microgreens' and 'sprouts' are often used interchangeably they are quite different. Sprouts are grown without soil and the whole plant that emerges (including the seed husk and any roots) is added to your dish or meal. Microgreens are grown in soil and only the leaves and stems are added to your meal, leaving the rest to regrow. Certain seeds can be eaten as either sprouts or microgreens. Continue reading

Coco-Nutty Herb Rice

Coco-Nutty Herb Rice
Rice is one of those things that we eat plain so consistently we forget that it is possible to jazz it up quite easily with the right combination of ingredients. This nutty rice recipe, developed by the wonderfully talented Diego Baldi from Inner Wellness Studio, is a delicious way to turn plain rice into a mouth watering dish that goes well with with dahls, curries and fresh salads. Continue reading

Lemon And Mint Amaranth Salad Recipe

Lemon And Mint Amaranth Salad Recipe
Amaranth is one of the most undervalued superfoods. It has a higher level of protein, iron and B6 than quinoa and often significantly cheaper. It is great within salad recipes. Naturally gluten-free, with a nutty flavour and higher in natural binding agents than quinoa making it more 'mushy' when cooked. This salad recipe is fresh and minty with a lemon zing - a delicious way to squeeze more amaranth into your diet. Continue reading

Power-House Bean Salad With Raisins And Grains

Power-House Bean Salad With Raisins And Grains

For those that like leaf-less salads this is a must. So easy to make with a unique sweet taste, this salad is the perfect salad for braais, light meals or side dishes.

Beans in a salad add the punch of protein and nutrients, with a filling texture, while the surprise sweetness of the raisins means you keep going back for more. Don't be put off by the apple cider vinegar in the dressing - in the right mix apple cider vinegar makes incredible dressing and is often used in our Wholefood Salad recipes. A dressing can make or break a salad recipe and in this case, it adds a delicious zing!

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Delicious Mung Bean & Avo Salad

Delicious Mung Bean & Avo Salad
Coming up with an interesting and delicious salad recipe that does not include the normal leafy greens often requires a bit of creativity. We love sourcing and experimenting with the most interesting and unusual recipes we can find. And the quicker and easier they are, the better. This mung bean and avo salad is packed full of nutrients, is quick and easy and exceptionally yum! Continue reading

High Protein Mung Bean, Lentil, Quinoa Burger Patty Recipe With Egg

High Protein Mung Bean, Lentil, Quinoa Burger Patty Recipe With Egg

It's not easy to find a delicious and interesting vegetarian burger patty recipe but when you do it's worth celebrating. This mung bean, lentil and quinoa recipe is an explosion of nutritional goodness and is incredibly tasty to boot!

This recipe is perfect for the stovetop or skillet but doesn't work so well on a braai grid. If you attending a braai pre-fry your patties so they are more solid and pop them on the braai to warm up. If you are not a fan of bread or you are avoiding gluten, try putting these patties on top of a brown mushroom for extra deliciousness.

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