Articles tagged with: ancient grains

What I’m eating in a day this Winter (2015)

What I’m eating in a day this Winter (2015)

Nutrition is a young science and this is reflected in the way its guiding concepts change as new studies appear. When enough of these, of good quality, are published,  we change the way we view things in food. Despite this, the central core of nutrition remains the same : eat more fresh fruits and vegetables and salads; cook for yourself from scratch rather than buying take-away or using packet mixes and meal bases; go easy on sugar and salt; cook with healthier fats; be...

22 July 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

EatKit June: Mushrooms for Vitamin D

EatKit June: Mushrooms for Vitamin D

From buttons and caps to flats and exotics, we welcomed input and sharing of your knowledge, ideas and fave recipes to serve up...

18 June 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

EatKit Mar 2015 - Grains: gluten-free and ancient

EatKit Mar 2015 - Grains: gluten-free and ancient

From oats and barley to quinoa and spelt, we welcomed input and sharing of your fave recipes or ideas to serve these grains. We...

3 March 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

Quinoa, cranberry, parsley and cucumber salad

Quinoa, cranberry, parsley and cucumber salad

Use quinoa as the base but enliven it with the stronger flavours of cranberries, mint, parsley, onion and pistachio nuts. It's a...

28 April 2014 by Catherine Saxelby

Ancient grains salad

Ancient grains salad

Cook up a quantity of this salad and you’ll find endless uses for it. With its sweetish undertone, I like to serve it with grilled...

1 October 2013 by Catherine Saxelby

The July issue of the Foodwatch Newsletter is out now!

The July issue of the Foodwatch Newsletter is out now!

In this issue of The Foodwatch Newsletter we look at the role of oats in our diets and why they are one of my Top 20 “Super...

16 July 2013 by Catherine Saxelby