Its no secret that my favourite tea in the history of tea, is Earl Grey.
My Mum always has a box of it hand just for when my sister and I go to visit, I rave about it so much, I’ve been known to inspire others to venture into the world of Earl Grey tea (especially French Earl Grey) and I’ve got some friends that keep a box handy for when I pop by. My purse constantly has a strong scent of bergamot because I insist on carting bags of earl grey around, just in case, and most birthdays and Christmases I’m given some variation of T2’s French Earl Grey products (my special occasion tea). Earl Grey tea is my jam! (so to speak) Continue reading
Part of being a nutritionist that I absolutely adore is that people love to tell me when they make a healthy change. I get tagged in photos of packed salad lunches, smoothies, almond milk, protein powder, shopping trolleys full of produce and grilled salmon, and have people saying things to me like,
“Miranda, you’ll be so proud, I’ve started eating fruit!”
– and you know what? I am so bloody proud, and chuffed and mostly flattered that you want to show me how healthy you eat. To be able to inspire you to make these small changes is part of my dream to make your lives happier and healthier, and the fact that I am the first person you think of when you bite into an apple, go for a walk or try quinoa for the first time is incredibly cool! Continue reading
I have been waiting such a long time to announce this, as I have been in collaboration with the company (in secret) for a while. So here it is:
A gorgeous new certified organic vegan protein powder has just been released to the market, called Vivo, and
I am one of their brand ambassadors!
I get asked a lot for protein powder recommendations from you guys, and for me, this product ticks a lot of boxes. Continue reading
When I asked if you guys wanted this recipe, I was overwhelmed by the response and so very excited too! If you follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed that I am a little obsessed with making my own hollandaise sauce of late, so as with other food obsessions, I end up making said recipe almost every day/meal. Seriously though, who doesn’t love hollandaise?
It was so good, I couldn’t help but lick the plate!!
But I’m sure you’re thinking, Continue reading
With increased awareness and understanding, over 17% of the Australian population (that’s 3.7 million people) are avoiding particular foods due to allergy or intolerance. Whenever I meet someone new, one of the most common things I am told about or asked about is that person’s (or their friend or family member’s) food intolerance or allergy, and how hard it is for them to find out what to eat or for them to actually stop eating the food that gives them their symptoms. Often, people are unwilling to completely remove said foods from their diet (I certainly was) and have an emotional attachment that makes them feel like they are missing out or feel that the food is a comfort to them, so continue to eat the food, or even worse – binge eat the food.
With this in mind, I thought that I would discuss my tips on living with a food intolerance, mixed with a bit of tough love, because you may not really realise, but by eating the food you are intolerant to, you are setting yourself up for a lot of damage.
Does anyone else like Kimchi and Korean food as much as I do? To be honest, I think it might be my obsession with Eat Your Kimchi and their FAPFAP (Food Adventure Program for Awesome People) videos – they are Simon and Martina, two Canadians that live in South Korea and have many K-Pop related videos but their food videos I how I found and fell in love with them. Their videos inspired me to try Korean food a couple of years ago and now, if I have the opportunity to eat Korean, I will always take it – it’s delicious!
Anyway, there is a fabulous Korean restaurant in West End with a lovely owner who gave us marshmallows on skewers to toast in the mini fire pit at the table (so cute). It’s called Hong Depot, and this recipe is an ode to their delicious Kimchi pancake.
While this is more of an omelette than a pancake – it is grain free – it is very tasty and quick to prepare. Continue reading