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Simple Stir Fry

Stir Fry – Fiber Points 9+ A selection of veg to chop and stir fry: peppers, celery, carrots, onion, broccoli, cabbage, mushrooms, beansprouts, green beans, mangetout, edamame, spring onions, chillies, bamboo shoots etc. Lots of supermarkets sell bags of prechopped veg for quickness. 1 clove garlic crushed 1 cm fresh ginger thinly sliced 1 chilli […]

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Easy Laksa Curry

Along with Indian food, Thai is up there with my favourites. It’s always full of flavour and tastes fresh and healthy! This is an easy recipe for making veggie or adding chicken, prawns or tofu if you wish. As with all the recipes I share, the more variety of veg you use, the more fiber […]

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The ultimate comfort food

What is your ultimate comfort food? My absolute comfort food is macaroni cheese, chips AND garlic bread! BUT… fiber points = pretty much zero, unless I went to the bother of making the vegan version, but that just doesn’t cut it.  For my new subscribers, just to update you on what the fiber points thing […]

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Spicy Fermented Sprouts

I didn’t think I liked sprouts… to be honest, I had only tried them once and didn’t have a positive or negative reaction to them.  My good friend Janice (of Nourished by Nature) said that at Christmas time, she made a spicy sprout ferment… I was inspired, so I gave it a go myself. I […]

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Easy Hummus Recipe

I don’t like canned chickpeas, I find there is a taste from them that I don’t like, so I use dried chickpeas. You do need to soak them overnight before you cook them. I batch-cook them in my slow cooker, portion them and keep them in the freezer until I want to use them.  I […]

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