I started writing BLOGs as a way to share my knowledge, my experiences and hopefully useful information that you will find helpful, insightful and most of all informative and of course the passion for writing.

My blog is based around my motto, ‘Healthy Body, Healthy Mind’ in so much as the emphasis being that whatever we feed the body, the mind will benefit, ensuring that the whole body and mind is taken care of holistically.

I will share with you my thoughts, my findings, my comparisons, delicious recipes for foods, snacks, treats and fresh juices and smoothies with information about what I feel and know the benefits are of the ingredients I use with a view of providing you with information that you can use for yourself and your families.

I will also share with you relevant trade news, whats new out in the market, what to test and try and perhaps what to stay away from (purely from my experience and in my opinion).

As with anything, it is great to share ideas, thoughts and information and I welcome you to take benefit from my blogs, which will be updated regularly and feedback to me any comments and thoughts you may have and even how you do things, prepare things, your favourite recipes and how you have found best ways to make, prepare foods and drinks.

Basically communicate with me and we can grow together and learn from each other.

With love Guilda x

 

Mushroom, Walnut & Tofu ‘Quiche’

I used to love quiche back in the day and over the past few months, I have been playing around with a few different recipes to see how I can recreate this dish to make it vegan friendly.  There are many ways to make a vegan 'eggy' mixture however here is one way to...

Don’t Kill Yourself With Tea!

Yesterday I bought a glass teapot with infuser to enjoy leaf teas and after purchasing the teapot, I was emailed across this wonderful booklet which told me everything I should know but have never been told about tea! I love tea, the whole world loves tea (pretty much...

Easy Vegan Fruit Cake

This is a great recipe to make up that works well with normal flour as well as gluten free flour. It is also very versatile so you can add different fruits that you like and even nuts if desired to make the cake truly rich and satisfying. Ingredients 200 ml plant...

Creamy Vegan Roasted Tomato, Fennel & Basil Soup

As the weather starts to take a dip in temperatures, nothing is more soothing than a bowl of hot creamy tomato soup. Here's how to make this simple bowl of goodness which can be enjoyed any time of the day and great for on the go (in a flask or to be warmed up later)....

Vegan Baking Class – 14 September 2019

Come and join us for an insightful day of vegan baking. This class will give you an introduction into vegan baking where you will get to learn how and what to substitute eggs with to make delicious fluffy sponges in an array of flavours as well as making some...

Nourish not Punish: New Year – Food for Thought!

For many of us, the start of a new year represents fresh hopes, new beginnings and the opportunity for change. Since ancient times, we have welcomed in the new year with rituals which modern society suggests that these ordered activities are a way of countering the...

Truth about Grains

"Eat whole grains. Don't eat gluten. Porridge is healthy.  Bread isn't healthy". The mixed messages when it comes to grains has left us confused about which grains are actually good for us. The fact that grains are and can be found everywhere means that we eat a huge...

Buckwheat ‘Healthy’ Pancakes

Buckwheat has been one of my favourite grains of late and making pancakes with it has been on my to-do list for some time. It’s healthy, nutritious and naturally gluten free! Buckwheat flour has a nutty flavor and slightly grainier texture than regular flour. The...

Raw Buckwheat Porridge

To get the day off to a great start, I always make sure breakfast is ready and waiting (even if I have to prepare and soak things the night before). This stress free porridge option is perfect for preparing ahead and easy to make in batches so you can set yourself up...

Time For You……

As the festive season fast approaches, we talk about how making tiny changes can have the biggest impact in our lives.  Over the next few days/couple of weeks, take the path of least resistance and develop healthier, more prosperous habits which can give you a head...

Lentil Rice

This brown lentil rice dish is another one of my favourite #Persian dishes that I always remember my mum cooking up as a last minute type of dish as it is quick and easy to make and you always seem to have rice and lentils lurking in the store cupboard right? Here is...

Parsnip & Apple Soup

As the weather starts to get colder, soup is always a great choice for something filling, nutritious and warm. A few days ago I took part in Bedford's own 'SoupFest' which was raising awareness and money for Bedford's Homeless and many of Bedford's top chefs came...

Trio of Hummus

Delicious and healthy snacks to enjoy on long dark cold evenings is always a good thing. Hummus is nutritious and filled with natural proteins and vitamins and when you add healthy fats and flavours, they are a great healthy choice for an evening snack as well as a...

Roasted Sesame Kale Chips

For a delicious and healthy snack, you can't go wrong with these tasty kale chips. The good thing about kale is that you can flavour it with pretty much any herb and spice and it will taste great. Ingredients 1 large pack of kale (450g) 2 tbsp sesame seeds (white,...

Tofu & Spinach Noodle Soup

As the weather is getting colder, what better way than enjoying a filling and satisfying soup on the cold dark evenings. This soup is full of protein, iron & vitamins therefore 100% nourishing and of course 100% plant based. It is easy to make in 30 minutes and...

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