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Yuzu and Honey Hot Cross Buns – A Recipe

March 26, 2018 Recipe
Yuzu hot cross buns recipe gluten-free

Whenever hot cross buns appear on the bakery shelves I know that Easter is not far away. These delicious spiced, sweet buns have always been a childhood favourite of mine, served warm with a very generous layer of butter. As with most breads they’re a labour of love and require time to prove and develop their flavours, make sure you set aside an afternoon, pour yourself a glass of wine and enjoy making this traditional Easter treat slowly. I usedRead More

Nutreelife – plant-based protein snacks – a review

NutreeLife - vegan protein gluten free review

As a part of my ‘eat the rainbow’ new years resolution, I’ve found myself becoming increasingly more conscious of health-food products that claim to be healthy when in fact are full of highly processed ingredients that I can barely pronounce. Chemicals, artificial sweeteners and additives are added to so many ‘health’ foods to bring down their calory count and price point. Nutreelife is a family run British health food brand pushing back against this trend. They use only the highest quality,Read More

Easy gluten-free Yakisoba with Yutaka

February 9, 2018 Health and Fitness, Recipe
Yutaka Yakisoba Sauce GlutenFree

Asian cuisine is notoriously difficult if you’re trying to live a gluten-free lifestyle, with many recipes containing soya-sauce as a base ingredient. As a result, I quite often have to cook my favourite dishes from scratch and forgo the Friday night takeaway. When Yutaka contacted me and asked if I would like to try their new range of gluten-free, organic noodles I jumped at the opportunity. I did my little happy dance, as I do when I see a new free-fromRead More

Veg packed pasta – Eating the rainbow – Gluten free & Vegan

January 22, 2018 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle, Recipe

  Counting calories has never worked for me so instead this January I decided to count colours. No not skittles, plants. The colour of plants holds a delicious secret, phytonutrients. These phytonutrients have a host of health benefits and are often what is responsible for giving plants their pigment. Therefore, to ensure you’re getting a variety of as many of these nutrients as possible it’s wise to be eating as many colours as possible. I love vegetables but sometimes thinkingRead More

My immunity boosting morning routine

November 3, 2017 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle, Recipe

It’s getting to that time of year where everyone has a cough or a cold. I stand on the tube in the morning trying to ignore the fact I am in a germ-ridden tin can. I’ve been incorporating these three superfoods into my morning routine for well over 3 months now and have seen my body develop what appears to be more of a resistance to the illnesses that are currently plaguing my office. Don’t get me wrong, they haven’tRead More

My morning drink for de-bloating

My stomach and I have never really been friends. With a gluten and dairy intolerance and unpredictable IBS I seem to spend most of my life bloated and with some sort of discomfort. The few mornings that I wake up with a flat, non-distended stomach, feel like a blessing and I’m slowly finding ways to ensure that they come around a little more often. My most recent discovery is the benefit of drinking a warm brew of ginger and TurmericRead More

The Budget Series – Sweet and Sour Pork With Crispy Trimmings

June 30, 2017 Recipe
Sweet and Sour Pork

Whenever I make the journey back home one of the first dishes I always ask my mum to make for me is her sweet and sour. Be it chicken, pork or veggie it’s the sauce that makes this dish, and who would have known that it could be so easy to make from scratch! I eat gluten and dairy free, so the costings for this are going to take that into account. Of course, if you can get regular soyRead More

The Budget Series – Sweet Potato Chilli

June 23, 2017 Lifestyle, Recipe

Welcome to a whole new blog series! Eating on a budget. As it happens I’ve taken a huge leap of faith and have just agreed a 12 month let on a property in London, started an internship and left my student days behind me. This is all such exciting news, but with no more student loan, and the bank of mum and dad drying up it’s time to tighten the belt and start saving for the important things in life.Read More

 

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I'm Sophia Whitham, a Classics graduate from Kings College London embarking on a journey into marketing with Kafoodle. A keen writer, foodie and traveller I have combined my interests into this little corner of the internet 🥂

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