How to eat the WHOLE chicken in a way the whole family will like

Last year I started eating chicken bone broth. I found the best way to cook chicken bone broth, was to roast the chicken and roast vegetables FIRST, then cook the bones afterwards in a broth, with vinegar, for 24 hours. The commonly recommended method of making chicken bone broth - otherwise known as "chicken stock" … Continue reading How to eat the WHOLE chicken in a way the whole family will like

How to make a banana cake in 5 minutes (no microwave, I promise!)

The benefits of having a raw kitchen are catching on and many people are really enjoying a predominately raw diet, with foods that are naturally packed with minerals, vitamins and digestive enzymes. This cake may not be completely raw, as it includes pre-puffed rice, millet and kamut, but it comes very close! It can be … Continue reading How to make a banana cake in 5 minutes (no microwave, I promise!)

Home-made Chai

Here is how to make an easy Chai Latte at home. You will need: Black / Green tea (optional) Water Cinnamon Star Anise Cardamom Ginger Nutmeg Cloves Black pepper Bay leaves Directions: 1. Add ingredients to a tea pot or coffee plunger or a small saucepan. The spices above are listed in order of quantity. … Continue reading Home-made Chai

Memories of coloured sand in a bottle inspired this cereal

Happy memories of layering coloured sands in a bottle? Re-create the experience with wholesome ingredients for breakfast cereal. This is a really fun activity and is another way to make breakfast exciting. We have here: Rice bran flakes Goji Berries Puffed millet Desiccated coconut Linseed with Cranberries LSA (Linseed, Sunflower, Almonds) Dehydrated Banana Sultanas Puffed … Continue reading Memories of coloured sand in a bottle inspired this cereal