Silken Tofu Chocolate Mousse

  • 16 March 2015

What brings you joy? Is being in service on your list?At the recent Uplift festival I listened to a panel of doctors and well being experts talk about true wellness. They told us that they often ask their clients the question "What brings you joy? " We were then asked to note down what brings us joy.

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Thai Green Papaya Salad

  • 03 March 2015

Over the last five or so months my beloved partner Makrand has been playing the ukelele in the kitchen when I cook but he draws the line at accompanying me on retreats with to play as I cook for clients. I have now become accustomed to having music as I cook and I realise as I am working away on retreat after retreat I have very little music to listen to.

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Fermented Veg Salad

  • 18 February 2015

What's all the fuss about sauerkraut? Simple ways of making your own cheaply.What is all the fuss about sauerkraut? How can cabbage that is stuffed in a jar and left to ferment for more than three weeks be remotely good for you? It's smelly and bubbles away, it doesn't make any sense. These were all things that crossed my mind when I started making my own. Sauerkraut isn't new to me nor is it...

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Brazil Nut Hummus

  • 25 January 2015

A great way to make organic food cheap I am baffled when people tell me they would eat organic food if it were cheaper. I buy organic lettuce from my farmers market for the exact same price as I would if I bought a lettuce from the super market. My farmers market lettuce is a bit smaller but it definitely is more filling and it lasts much longer in the fridge.

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Basic tomato sauce for spaghetti or spiralised zucchini

  • 21 January 2015

Catering for everyone's individual dietary requirements is actually easy- believe meSomething that comes easily in the kitchen for me is catering for everyone's individual dietary requirements. Through this very simple recipe I show you how. My partner wanted spaghetti for dinner with a good cream sauce, he is gluten free. I am presently trying to regulate my blood sugar levels so didn't want...

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Versatile Smoothie Recipe

  • 31 December 2014

How do we know what the year ahead will bring? (Happy New Year Everyone)Happy 2015 wonderful people. I hope you have a fabulous year filled with good quality delicious ethical food and hoping all your dreams, desires and aspirations come true. I feel so blessed to have you all in my life allowing me the opportunity to share delicious recipes with you each week.

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Thai green papaya salad with pecans and cashews

  • 28 December 2014

Are you ready for a cleanse in the new year? Fresh and Vibrant is the best way I reckon.It's been a while since I have got around to posting a blog. I have a note to myself in my dairy for 2015 reminding me of how madly busy November and December gets for me in the world of catering and how I need to be more organised prior to November 2015 so you receive all the incredible recipes I have to...

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Nut Thyme and Sage Filled Mushrooms

  • 01 December 2014

Well I missed a week of blog writing. I always feel like I let myself and you all down when I do that and then I wonder if any of you actually noticed and how many of you actually care if a recipe comes your way or not. I have relaxed somewhat and stopped giving myself a hard time for missing a week as during the month of December I will be giving you loads of free festive recipes for you to try...

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Raw Cherry Ripe Slice

  • 19 November 2014

Exciting Times Ahead at Veet's Cuisine (including a deliciuos raw cherry ripe recipe)There is no standing still at Veet's Cuisine. Just as I was finalising all my catering dates for 2015 I was sent a message loud and clear that I had to move forward and create the next chapter in Veet's Cuisine.

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Raw Zucchini and Carrot Noodles with an Unnamed Sauce

  • 03 November 2014

Did you know that peanuts aren't actually nuts? (plus a great alternative recipe to peanut sauce)Peanuts were the first "nut' I ever ate, by the handful smothered in salt feeling happy to be eating them as well as feeling guilty that I couldn't share them with my brother. As a child my brother was highly allergic to peanuts. I loved them when I was young but for a few decades now have stayed...

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