I have played with my diet in many ways over the years. I have been completely vegetarian, I’ve tried paleo, veganism, looked at macrobiotics, eaten gluten free and of course lived on what most would consider a conventional Western omnivorous diet.
Generally I’ve changed my diet for my health, more recently I’ve changed my diet for healing as well. I like the idea of food as medicine and also that producing some of your own or foraging some of your own can be highly therapeutic too. I like responding to my body’s needs and listening to what it will and won’t tolerate and adjusting my diet accordingly.
In recent years, possibly the last five, I’ve been introduced to “Raw” and it feels good. There are many raw teachers and coaches. Raw food isn’t all gourmet cakes and fiddly things. For me it’s about whole and ideally living foods, minimally processed and incredibly tasty and nutritious.
Food to enjoy, above all. And food that makes people on a more conventional diet go “Gosh that looks good, can I try some!”
I’ll try and transfer recipes from this page to blog posts so you don’t have to scroll through loads of stuff.pulses in place of more expensive nuts. I’ll post my nut burger variation at a later date and am currently working on an all veg version.
So that you don’t have to scroll through lots of words and photos I’ll post the photo and link to the blog post for my latest offering on this page.