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    Spiced Fig and Mushroom Kebabs {vegan}

    I'm more than a little obsessed with mushrooms, as regular readers will know. From stews, such as my Mushroom Bourguignon, to pastries, like my Mushroom Wellington, and burgers and salads, they are the ultimate versatile vegetarian "meaty" substitute. They are also satisfying and "meaty" enough [...]
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    Herb and Garlic Amaranth Crackers {vegan and gluten free}

    I don't remember exactly when I purchased , but it's presence in my pantry is testament to the fact I did. It's also possible evidence of the fact I'm going senile, and that I need to clean out my overcrowded pantry, but lets ignore that for the moment shall we? I like to assume I had great p[...]
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    Fig and Pear Salad with Pistachio Crusted Labne and Honey and Lavender dressing

    Figs are in abundance at the moment, and it's been very remiss of me to not share a fig recipe so far this season. So, to make up for it, I have a special salad to share with you - this Fig and Pear Salad with Pistachio Crusted Labne and a Honey and Lavender dressing. Yes, it sounds a little [...]
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    Twice baked ricotta and herb soufflé's

    I've been making a lot of ricotta recently, and began looking for new ways to enjoy it, rather than just crumbling it in salads, or using it as a component in other recipes. I wanted to make ricotta the star, and the star it is in these super easy, but impressive looking twice baked ricotta and herb[...]
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    Friday Finds and Weekly Eats

    Did you have a great week? This week was another humid one here in Brisbane, which has been playing havoc with my eczema. Usually my eczma doesn't bother me all that much, but the humidity has brought out some rather unattractive patches on my face, including my eyelid. If anyone has any sugges[...]
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    Spiced millet and chickpea burgers with preserved lemon yoghurt

    Millet, while relatively new to me, has been around 10,000 years, and is a wonderful addition to a vegetarians kitchen.The texture of hulled millet, which is what I've used in these burgers is somewhat like a large couscous, is gluten free, rich in b vitamins, folic acid, calcium, iron, potassiu[...]