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WHAT TO DO WITH LEFTOVER NUT + SEED PULP

I’m constantly making my own nut and seed milks because they’re delicious, full of goodness and work well for my sensitive digestive system. This is the main reason I developed my own Nut Milk Bag – Chef’s-grade and large enough to handle a large load at any time. In my cookbook Purely Delicious, I also dedicated a full chapter exclusively to dairy-free milks because each one has their own unique health benefits. As a general rule, nut and seed milks provide... Read More

INTRODUCING THE HEALTHY CHEF NUT MILK BAG

INTRODUCING THE HEALTHY CHEF NUT MILK BAG Finally The Healthy Chef Nut Milk Bag is here! I’ve always wanted to design the ultimate chef’s grade nut milk bag, that’s large, strong and durable. Now, making your own nut milks couldn’t be easier. Imagine a turmeric or matcha latte made from creamy, dreamy homemade macadamia milk or smoothies blended with mineral-rich pumpkin seed milk. Your breakfast game will never be the same! THE SECRET TO MAKING THE BEST... Read More

Detox Pumpkin Seed Milk

PUMPKIN SEED MILK A pure nut free and anti-inflammatory dairy free milk that’s rich in restorative minerals such as zinc, copper,  magnesium and potassium. enhances libido….hormone balancing.   Pumpkin seeds Matcha Dates Coconut butter Vanilla Bean Sea salt Water Drink within 3 days. GOLDEN MILK A wholesome anti-inflammatory milk that’s inspired from Ayruvedic principals   – the ancient art of healing through wholefoods and natural techniquies. The... Read More

How To Make The Perfect Dairy Free Milk

When I cook, I always use full fat or organic milk in my recipes and I always try to cater for people who have intolerances such as to lactose or dairy. Nut and seed milks are a delightful lactose-free alternative to traditional dairy. They can be incorporated into healthy diets and provide your body with essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium and zinc to nourish its immune system. Fermented dairy such as yoghurt and kefir with live cultures can normally be tolerated by... Read More