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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What do spirulina and yoga poses have in common?(hint think back to last week's blog post)

  • 29 October 2014

Since posting last week's blog on what foods help keep the blues away I have actually been feeling pretty good emotionally and really feel drawn to write another post on keeping the blues away or helping yourself feel better when feeling out of sorts or feeling like everything has really become too much.

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Broad Bean Paella and What to Eat When Feeling Depressed

  • 21 October 2014

Can Broad Beans Really Keep the Blues Away? (what to eat when feeling depressed) To most people  I seem like that happy sort of person and yes most of the time I am but I am also good at pretending and putting on a happy face when I'm actually feeling like shit. However at times i just can't do that and last Thursday I  had a morning where no matter what I  did I couldn't pick myself up.

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Love is in the Air (what it takes to stay together for 49 years)

  • 08 October 2014

This blog post has been a work in progress, I started it when I was on the west coast of Australia  a few weeks back and made a couple of attempts at sending it to you. Once I returned home I saw the blog post and ss I hadn't completed it I thought I would scrap it but read it again recently and thought to share it with you all. I Hope you enjoy my ramblings, the recipes are lovely too especially...

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Delicious Meals for People with Diabetes (that the whole family will love)

  • 29 September 2014

A few months ago  I found out it was National Diabetics week and I regretted not knowing about it so I could have posted a blog that week. Weeks and weeks later I am still determined to get a blog post out to you as it is a subject close to home. My father has type two diabetes and even though he has had it for more than twenty years I am only just beginning to understand what Diabetes is.

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Celeriac and Fennel Bake

  • 27 August 2014

Cooking Class in Perth, Anyone Want to Join? Plus my Favourite Recipe from the West.Calling all people in Perth. I will be in my former home town in less than two weeks. Can't wait to smell the bush over there, have my hair blown back in the spring breeze and be in awe of the incredible bush and its flowers again. I am going over to take my mum on a personal retreat in celebration of her turning...

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My Very Personal Story of Giving up Coffee (what is yours?)

  • 20 August 2014

Are you coffee addicted? Are you trying to give up coffee or have you recently given up. Its a big journey to give up an addiction and I want to share my journey with those of you who are interested.

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The Super Food of Super Foods (and it grows right here in Australia)

  • 07 August 2014

I can't stop raving about hemp seeds and I only discovered them a couple of years ago. A big bag accompanies me on any retreat I cater for and I am known to take them with me when I go away. In my eyes hemp seeds are really the super food of super foods as they are a complete protein. Along with soy beans and bea pollen they are the only complete protein in a plant based diet. In simple terms...

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Gluten Free Date Scones

  • 31 July 2014

How to Make Scones Gluten Free and be Absolutely DeliciousAre you gluten free and a lover of scones and like me thought they were a thing of the past? Or do you know someone who just salivates at the thought of scones but can't have them anymore since being diagnosed with gluten intolerance or Coeliac's disease? If you answered yes to either of these questions and even if you didn't I can assure...

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