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New Covent Garden Soup Co Soup Of The Month – April — One Treat At A Time

I don’t know if it’s my local supermarkets or New Covent Garden but it’s been really difficult to find the Soup Of The Months this year. I can still buy the March soup everywhere but there are just days left in April and I’ve only this week found it! This months Soup Of The Month […]… Continue reading New Covent Garden Soup Co Soup Of The Month – April — One Treat At A Time

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Recipes: Roasted Vegetables, Indian Style — Memories and Such

Usually, Sundays, which is R’s weekly off is the one day in the week when I can cook what I want. Usually the Sunday lunch is some variation of an Indian meal – a rice or roti dish with a gravy dish and some salad or raita to accompany it. This weekend, I was bored […]… Continue reading Recipes: Roasted Vegetables, Indian Style — Memories and Such

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5 Ingredient Vegan Cashew Pesto — A Beginners Guide to Food Freedom

This recipe makes 3 1/2 cups of pesto! Stove top roast: []1 1/2 cups raw unsalted cashews (oil optional) in a pan over medium heat for 6mins or until golden brown Blend the roasted cashews with: []6 cups (loosely packed) whole fresh basil []6 cloves of chopped garlic []1 to 1 1/2 cups of oil… Continue reading 5 Ingredient Vegan Cashew Pesto — A Beginners Guide to Food Freedom

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Why being a vegetarian is easier than eating meat

Over the years I have heard so many people say that being a vegetarian is harder, more expensive and more time consuming than eating meat. “I would be vegetarian, but I can’t afford it.” Or “I’ve thought about it, but I just don’t have the time.”. I’ve never understood what the hell these people were… Continue reading Why being a vegetarian is easier than eating meat