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  • Courgette Ribbon Lasagne

    “I love teaching and sharing my knowledge about food! Cooking is so rewarding and food makes the world go round! Good food is about the love of cooking, it is about the time taken to decide what you want to cook, it is about been aware of your seasons, sustainability and ethical eating!

    Enjoy shopping for fresh and local ingredients and finally sitting down and savouring that dish and sharing it with family and friends. For me, Nose to Tail, Sustainability and ethical eating is absolutely key!

    We firmly believe in preparing our students to follow this ethos and we also teach them about plant-based cooking and lifestyle. Been able to teach our students and guide them into a better understanding of food, is truly fantastic!

    Apart from the obvious necessity of food needed to survive. Food embodies celebration and bringing people together. I could not imagine my life without my absolute love for food and being able to share this with everyone, especially our students!”

    ~ Chef Peter Ayub

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  • Black Bean Goji Burgers

    These black bean burgers are delicious! Plus they are perfect for the health conscious and those following a gluten-free diet or high protein low carb diets.

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  • Low Sugar Raspberry Chia Jam

    If you have lots of raspberries you need to use up try this fabulous, healthy jam recipe. Chia seeds are a great way to thicken berry jams. When making fruit jam with chia seeds, the seeds do all the work. Instead of cooking fruit down, relying on pectin, and then tons of sugar to help it set, all we need to do is mash up the fruit over a low heat with a few tablespoons of chia seeds.

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  • Courgette and Carrot Spaghetti with Red Pepper and Tomato Sauce

    This is a great recipe which can be adapted for other vegetables too. I also use the cheese and sauce to make a raw lasagne with long strips of courgettes in layers. I love using my Lurch Spiraliser for this recipe but if you don’t have one you can use a swivel peeler instead.

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  • Waldorf Salad

    This is such a simple salad – rich and creamy and perfect for summer salad days. I also find this is a big hit with children too. The combination of sweet apples and grapes with a nut dressing and crunchy celery plus plenty of greens makes this a hearty filling option.

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  • Low Sugar Sweet and Sour Sauce

    This recipe is very popular with clients and my own children. You can easily ditch the syrups and juice in sauces, and maximise the flavour with tangy rice vinegar, rich tomato paste and plenty of spices. Adding a few chunks of pineapple provides a wonderful texture and natural sweetness without the need to resort to added syrups. If you need a little extra sweetness you can add a little xylitol or pinch of stevia but as the pineapple is sweet you may find you don’t need it.

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  • Fig and Date Smoothie

    The fresh figs enhance the creamy texture of this smoothie whilst creating a delicious sweet flavour. The addition of dried dates, soy yoghurt and pea protein powder combine to create a wonderful, creamy blend rich in fiber and protein!

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  • Winter Spiced Carrot Smoothie

    This smoothie combines carrots which are rich in fiber, vitamins and antioxidants with flavours like cinnamon, vanilla and nutmeg plus a sprinkling of our pea protein powder.

    The combination of the crunchy sweetness of the carrots blended with these winter spices creates a creamy and rich flavored smoothie that is perfect for this colder weather!

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  • Lemon Chia Seed Protein Balls

    Energy balls are a fantastic way to get a quick hit of energy, whether it be to get through a meeting at work, keep you going in between classes or to see you through that challenging 1am – 2am phase of a Netflix marathon when you’re just so close to the end of the series, but your energy levels are dropping. The pistachio and seeds add texture and depth to the recipe and the very subtle zest from the lemon brings it all together.

    I added Pulsin’ Organic Sunflower Protein Powder to these energy balls to give them a good ol’ protein boost. The wonderful thing about this protein powder is that it is vegan, soya free, non-GMO, gluten free AND has 45% protein – meaning a little goes a long way.

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  • Super Green Detox Smoothie by Christine Bailey

    A delicious mild green smoothie that is wonderful refreshing and hydrating. Packed with ingredients known to improve detoxification pathways for a glowing, healthy New You.

    For other delicious supercharged juices and smoothies see Christine Baileys books: GO LEAN VEGAN, Supercharged Juices & Smoothies, The Juice Diet Book and Supercharged Green Juice & Smoothie Diet.

    Christine also has detox programmes available on her website www.christinebailey.co.uk

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  • Choc and Raspberry Porridge

    Porridge oats provide a healthy and natural source of fibre. So, why not super charge your porridge even more? Adding protein powder to your morning porridge is one of the quickest and easiest ways to add some extra protein in your diet.

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  • Fruity Protein Porridge

    This super-charged porridge will keep you feeling fuller longer!

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  • Carrot, Beetroot, Fennel and Quinoa Salad with Miso

    A wonderfully colourful veggie and quinoa salad, with a zingy fresh red miso dressing. The perfect addition to a summery salad spread, and great for do-ahead healthy lunches.

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  • Courgetti with Basil Pesto

    Courgetti (or "Zoodles") is one of those quick dinner staples that’s so incredibly easy to make, but never fails to impress. If you don’t fancy diving into a bowl of carbs, it’s a bit of a knight in shining armour and subs in perfectly for a bowl of spaghetti. We love it with a good dollop of homemade vegan pesto.

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  • Thai Vegetable Red Curry

    This fragrant Thai vegetable red curry recipe is minimal effort for maximum flavour. This is one of those extremely flexible dishes, you can either stick to the recipe or make it go a bit further by using any vegetables you have.

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  • Irish Vegetable Stew

    I won’t take credit for this recipe because it was my mum’s creation but it is so good that I have to share it with you. It’s so straightforward too.

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  • Traditional Irish Porridge Bread

    Traditional Irish brown bread and soda bread are both made with real butter and butter milk. So it’s an old breakfast staple that I’ve had to let go of! I haven’t got around to attempting a vegan recipe for brown bread yet…but my good mother, the great cook/baker that she is, managed to adapt a recipe for porridge bread – which is VERY similar to brown bread (if my memory serves me correctly).

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  • Shepherd's Pie

    Shepherd’s pie is a very traditional dish in Ireland and the UK. This lentil and vegetable version is full of fibre, nutrients, and is low in fat.

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  • Rainbow Rice

    This quick and easy dish (even quicker if you have left over rice from something else) is extremely adaptable so you can chuck in whatever you have in your fridge, even if you don’t’ have the whole rainbow. It seemed silly to measure out all the smaller bits of veg so I just go for a handful of each and that works for me.

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  • Chocolate Pistachio Apricots

    These look elegant but are simple and quick to make. A perfect teatime treat.

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  • Vegan Breakfast Boost

    Are you looking for a vegan friendly smoothie to give you a boost at breakfast time? Then you are in luck as we’ve been experimenting in the kitchen with the perfect blend to help you start your day. With avocado, spinach, banana and a dash of our pea protein, this smoothie has everything you need to help you start your day right!

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  • Vegan Pea Soup

    Now that the weather is getting cooler there is no better option than a delicious and warming soup! This soup is absolutely delicious and even better, it only takes 5-10 minutes to whip up. You can use frozen peas, making it a great last minute option for dinner and the addition of our Pea Protein makes it a great option to boost your protein levels.

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  • Roasted Macadamias

    There’s nothing more traditionally festive than roasted chestnuts. We’ve been in the Pulsin’ kitchen to shake up the traditional recipe by using Macadamias! This is a really easy and delicious way to create a snack full of protein.

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  • Red Hot Juice

    Blended with beetroot, radishes, apple and filled with earthy goodness our Red Hot Juice is worth a try. But be warned this recipe may be too hot to handle for some, with a whole red chilli to give the flavour an extra kick!

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