Fibre is a carbohydrate found in plants that contributes to our well being in a number of ways. Fibre helps us feel full following a meal, helps lower cholesterol levels by absorbing and removing it, helps keep our bowels moving and helps regulate our blood sugar. Some types of soluble fibre, for example, inulin found in leeks, asparagus, onions, garlic and wheat and oats, have a pre-biotic effect on our gut.
In February, I hosted a Warming Winter Soups “Cookshop” where a group of lovely ladies and I came together and prepared 3 delicious soups. Although all uniquie in their flavours and textures, the one I enjoyed the most was Roasted Sweet Potato Soup.
On February 23rd, 2017, join me for a fun and interactive breakfast workshop aimed at providing you with some great breakfast ideas. But, before we begin, consider joining the yoga class first!
On Wednesday February 15th, 2017, join me in a private kitchen, as I guide you to make 3 delicious vegetarian soups that are good for your heart and soothing for your soul. We will divide into groups and each of you will have the opportunity to make soups to sample, with extra to take home to share with your friends and family.
This summer, while travelling though Italy, I had the pleasure of enjoying one of my all time favourite veggies, eggplant. I had pasta with eggplant, pizza with eggplant, grilled eggplant, marinated eggplant and eggplant parmigiana. You name it, I had it