Homemade Dukkah

Homemade Dukkah

Dukkah is an Egyptian side dish made with spices, nuts and seeds and is traditionally eaten with bread and olive oil. It’s a really versatile seasoning for sprinkling over everything from eggs and avocado to steamed vegetables. It’s a delicious coating for baked fish and meats and mixes with olive oil to make a salad dressing. […]

Bone Broth

Traditional Chicken Broth

Making and consuming bone broth is becoming more and more popular lately, however the act of using bones and off-cuts to make stock is an old tradition. Due to its healing effect on the gut, bone broth features heavily in the GAPS diet created by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride. Taking care of our gut also has an effect on […]

Easy Coconut Yoghurt

I love making this coconut yoghurt. It really is so simple and costs a fraction of the store bought varieties. See the tips at the end to get the best result and happy fermenting! Ingredients 400ml can coconut cream 1tsp gelatine granules 2 probiotic capsules Equipment yoghurt maker saucepan whisk mason jar for storage Method Start by […]

The Naturopathic Principles

The Naturopathic Principles

One of my first lessons as a naturopath was the naturopathic principles. These foundational principles underpin the practice of naturopathy and governs how we approaches each case, including the case taking process and developing treatment plans. Primum Non Nocere – First, do no harm. Naturopathic medicine works with the bodies vital force, not against it and utilises healing modalities which minimise […]