Author: Dr Sian

BEST LOW FODMAP VEGAN PROTEIN SOURCES

Low FODMAP vegan foods with the highest protein are shelled hemp seed, tofu, white almond butter, quinoa and chia seed. All are super affordable, easy to find in supermarkets and kind to your gut! 1. Quinoa: ‘The Staple’ One typical adult serving of quinoa (around half a cup or 90g […]

6 Best Tofu Presses – reviews

My favourite tofu press is made by Tofuture – just set it up and leave it: simples! There are many other tofu presses on market from minimalist to traditional bamboo. To the uninitiated, tofu can seem bland and a bit soggy. If this is your view too, I’d say: don’t […]

LOVENUTTY GRANOLA No. 1

With the gentle sweetness of Jaggery (unrefined cane sugar) and maple syrup, this granola is ideal paired with unsweetened coconut or almond yoghurt and fresh fruit – and a drizzle of white almond butter, of course! Jaggery is an Indian/Asian/African unrefined cane sugar that has its’ molasses – and therefore […]

Mint Choc Chip Mylkshake

More nutritious than your average milkshake… It might seems like a LOT of fresh mint in this vegan milkshake smoothie – but trust me, it’s perfect! The blend of white almond butter and water makes a super convenient almond milk. And don’t forget you’ll need a spoon for the yummy […]

Spiced Bread & (Almond) Butter Pudding

Who needs (cow) butter when you have almond butter? Light, yet rich and nutty, this pudding is balanced with fruity flavours of cranberry and amchoor. Here, served with Ben&Jerry’s Coconutterly Caramel’d Non-Dairy ice cream. OMG – delish! Amchoor is a traditional Indian ingredient made from ground dried green mango. It […]

Wild Garlic Pesto

A deeply aromatic pesto with a spicy kick. Wild garlic has a short season – so make it while you can! Wild garlic can be found in damp, woodland areas, usually near streams from March to May. Pick the smallest leaves as these have the best flavour, ideally before the […]