Vegetables, Three Ways

Three fantastic ways to consume vegetables today and no naughties so this was a good eating day.  No walking or other exercise unfortunately as my day light leisure time was spent cooking and most of the day I was working.

I began with a juice to try to restore some health to my body after that extraordinary dessert yesterday.fruit and veg for juice I like juices and they make me want to continue eating and drinking highly nutritous juice 2-9 2 An excellent start to the juice 2-9 Mid morning I snacked on a juicy nectarine.juicy nectarine 2-9 At lunch time I really wanted rice with some stir fried vegetables.  I cooked up a large pot of rice and flavoured the rice with turmeric and za’tar while it cooked.rice and cup and seive I stir fried onions, red pepper, broccoli, beansprouts and mushrooms, served with half an avocado, coriander, sprouted beans and seeds and a large spoonful of lime pepper jelly.lime pepper jelly Very healthy.lunch 2-9-14 2 Very tasty.lunch 2-9-14 For dinner I wanted a Thai style vegetable curry and heaving searched my recipe books and failing, I found a Jamie Oliver recipe on-line.  You can see the original recipe here.  I have written up how I made it.

Thai Green Vegetable Curry

Serves 4 with rice or 3 without


  • 1 butternut squash
  • 1 red and 1 green pepper
  • Kernels from 2 corn cobs
  • ½ a fresh red chilli
  • 1 tablespoon groundnut oil
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • 200ml coconut milk
  • 200ml chicken stock
  • Runner beans
  • 1 lime

for the green curry paste

  • 3 spring onions
  • 1 fresh green chilli
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 3cm fresh ginger
  • a small bunch of fresh coriander
  • 1 heaped tbsp fresh chervil
  • 3 sprigs of fresh lemon verbena
  • ½ teaspoon coriander seeds
  • 4 dried lime leaves
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • ½ tablespoon fish sauce


Preheat the oven to 190ºC/375ºF/gas 5
• Halve the butternut squash, then scoop out the seeds with a spoon and discard
• Remove the peel and chop the squash into 3cm chunks

butternut squash

  • Halve and deseed the peppers and cut in to 1/8ths
  • Add the squash and peppers to the roasting tray, drizzle with oil and season
  • Roast in the oven for half an hour and then set aside
  • If using runner beans, slice and boil or steam for 3 – 4 minutes.  Set aside
  • Chop the spring onions roughly and add to the food processor with chilli, garlic, ginger and herbs
  • Blitz until smoothrunner beans and spring onions Grind the coriander seeds and lime leaves and add to the food processor with the soy sauce and fish sauce and blend together.pestrle lemon verbena boiled green beansHeat the groundnut and sesame oils in a deep wok
  • Add the sweetcorn and green beans and fry for a couple of minutes
  • Add the green curry sauce, coconut milk and stock and bring to a simmer
  • Taste and adjust seasoning if required
  • Add the vegetables, warm through and serve
    green Thai veg soup I ate mine as it was but it also goes well over rice.  It was absolutely delicious and we all loved it.  I added some dried chilli and sweet chilli sauce to mine.  I could eat this again!green thai vegetable soup

So there you have it, vegetables, three different ways.  They were all good and I really enjoyed consuming so many vegetables today.

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Front Room

Today was the last day of the school summer holiday and we decided to make the most of it.  The day started sunny and bright and I had a couple of very enjoyable hours in the garden.  When I came in I had picked all the raspberries and blueberries I could find for breakfast.

This is what we made and it was completely gorgeous.breakfast ice-cream 1-9 The bottom layer was fresh apricot blended with frozen bananas which is a wonderful combination and one I highly recommend.  In the middle was half a fresh peach.  The top layer was raspberries, blueberries and frozen banana topped with Goji berries and cashews.  It was full of fruit and just lovely and we both enjoyed it very much.breakfast smoothie 1-9After breakfast we hopped in to the car and drove off to spend the day with my sister Abi at her home in Seaford.

We walked round the corner to a lovely cafe; Front Room.Front Room

It was lovely.

no strangers signA much needed coffee to start with while we read the menu.
FR cappuchino I had the daily special which was chicken and chorizo croquettes with salad.  FR croquettes 2 The croquettes and salad were really good.  My only feedback would be that there was too much mayonnaise.FR croquettes It was a very relaxed and enjoyable lunch time.H and M in FR I liked the decor and vibe in the cafe and enjoyed having the window table.H and Katie The Front Room was an excellent recommendation Abi :-)Z and A in FR If only I had just ended with the latte !Front Room latte Instead I ended with this but it was so good it was actually worth every single disasterously naughty calorie.salt caramel and brownie A dense, moist and chewy brownie topped with salted caramel ice-cream.  Puddings don’t get much better than that!brownie and ice-cream

Since my very substantial lunch, I have only had cups of tea and glasses of water as I am still digesting that dessert!

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Summer Was Back

Summer was back today and I enjoyed it all.  The summer weather and the summer food.

The breakfast stars were this peach and apricots.  I intended to blend them with frozen bananas to make an ice-cream consistency smoothie but it ended up a bit runnier which made a perfect smoothie.apricots and peach 1 peach, 2 apricots, 2 frozen bananas, blended until very smooth and topped with berries from the garden and activated almond butter.peach and apricot smoothie Completely delicious and such a smooth consistency.smothie raspberries blueberries At lunch time I was going to have a salad with tomatoes from the garden but they are all split.  Does anyone know why this happened?split cherry tomatoes I then decided to have a pot of soup.  One of the Little Fella’s favourite meals is soup.  He wasn’t hungry for lunch until he saw what I was having and then he was hungry so this pot was shared but with no bread it did not make a very substantial lunch.pea and ham soup So I grated some mature cheddar cheese in to my mug and that small portion was perfect.pea and ham soup with cheese Washed down with some Yerba Mate tea.Yerba Mate tea 31-8 For dinner Lara wanted a roast chicken and she agreed to make it.  My contribution was to pick and prepare the runner runner beans A G&T – it had to be done.G&T 31-8 Lara made us a fantastic roast chicken dinner and I enjoyed it all.Roast chicken dinner 31-8

We had a lovely walk in the woods today, making the most of the late summer sunshine.  So all in all, not a bad day on a diet.

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The Novice’s Room

I worked from home again on Friday which makes it so much easier to eat healthily.

This was breakfast!frozen bananas, coconut chips and mango With some of this.activated jars I blended 1 perfectly ripe mango with some coconut chips and 4 frozen bananas until it had the same consistency as ice-cream.  Poured in to a glass and topped with activated almond butter and a few cashews.  This made 2 servings and Harvey had the other one with the chocolate almond butter and loved it.  He couldn’t believe he was allowed ice-cream for breakfast or that I can make such lovely ice cream.  As a non dairy eater, he is usually restricted to sorbets which tend to be limited in flavour and full of sugar so this is a much healthier option for him and I will make it as a banana ice cream Hard to believe something that is so quick and easy to make can taste so completely fabulous.  I really could eat it all day!mango coconut ice-cream I bought this bottle of salad dressing in Wholefoods the other day and wanted to try it so I made a huge salad, using the dressing and sprouts for protein.dressing and sprouts Lamb’s lettuce, wild rocket, carrots, cherry tomatoes, celery, cucumber and avocados.salad 29-8 3 Topped with dressing and sprouts.salad 29-8 2 Crunchy and yummy.salad 29-8 1 Unfortunately that whiff of blue cheese alerted my ever eager cheese radar and all I could then think about was eating more cheese.  I adore cheese and have to be really careful to not eat it  with everything.  The downside to working from home was that I knew there was some Cheddar in the fridge so I had a chunk with some and Cheddar 29-8 I still wanted more cheese so at about 5 pm I cooked up the leftover rice and veggies for an early tea.

rice and veggies 2 29-8Loads of veggies with brown basmati rice plus an egg cooked with soy sauce, topped with fresh coriander and chervil.  Yummy.
rice and veggies 29-8

All week my little cherub has been working very hard as a member of Battle Youth Choir. He has been practising until 6pm every day for a concert which was being performed in the Novice’s Common Room at Battle Abbey.Novice's room concert This is a stunning room, built in the 14th century for the novice monks to use.  It is set amongst the ruins of Battle Abbey which makes it a very special place to arrive at and then be entertained in.  I am always in awe that such magnificent buildings could be created so many hundreds of years ago.Novice's room ceiling The concert was superb and I loved every single second of it and was almost certainly the proudest Mama on the planet, during the performance, all evening and I still am.  To see my young man performing with so much focus and talent was a very special thing to have been part of.Novice's room We then had a BBQ in the grounds of the Abbey which I had not realised we were having.  I did indulge I am afraid but fairly sensibly.  I had half a burger but with the bun and all the trimmings and a sausage with a very good Feta and olive salad with a glass of red wine.  I did manage to resist dessert but when I got home and was unpacking Harvey’s bags, I did eat the left over brazil nuts covered in dark chocolate!BBQ at BAS

By my recent standards, not a disaster at all but by diet and health standards, what I ate this evening let me down.  It was a marvellous evening though!  Well done to the Little Fella and everyone involved with the Youth Choir, especially the teachers who did an incredible job.

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Heaven In A Glass

Wow!  Today I made one of the tastiest things to eat I have ever had.  You MUST try the peach melba banana ice-cream I made!  All healthy, no sugar and no dairy but amazing.

First though, a quick list of what I consumed yesterday; overnight oats with chia seeds and a peach for breakfast, a large salad from Wholefoods for lunch and a bowl of vegetable soup for dinner.  No blog because I was out consuming 3 white wine spritzers which was not good for the diet but I used an iron will and resisted all food and snacks until I got home and enjoyed the veggie soup.

This morning I felt tired as I slept very badly but I vowed to be good.  I picked some spinach from the garden and sauteed it very lightly in some butter.spinach in pan I enjoyed the spinach with 2 scrambled eggs.  This is a side plate by the way, so a very modest portion of food.  As well as eating healthily I am trying to have small portions too.  Another plus from the juice fast is that I seem to have kicked my salt habit and I added nothing to this except black pepper.scrambled egg and spinachAt lunch time I went in to the fruit cage and picked these perfectly ripe raspberries and blueberries.  They were so sweet and flavoursome.  Actually some of the raspberries were probably too ripe but it seemed to add to the flavour and made them perfect for the blender.berries 28-8 And I made this incredible concoction.peach melba 3 I couldn’t wait to dive in and eat it and it seriously was heaven in a glass and ALL nutritous!peach melba 2 To make this amazing peach melba banana ice-cream all you have to do is:

Blend half a ripe peach, with a small handful of ripe raspberries.
Add 2 frozen and chopped bananas and blend to make your ‘ice-cream’ (you do need a good blender, I have a Vita Mix).
Pour half the ice-cream in to a glass and top with more raspberries, chopped peach, blueberries, almonds and 1 tsp cashew nut butter.
Pour the remaining ice-cream on top and decorate with fruit and nuts.

Then try to eat in a dignified and civilised manner rather than shoving your face in it as it is so delicious.  And all so healthy!  I think I could eat that every day.peach melba 1 For supper we had veggies.  Spring onions and trombetti from the garden plus red pepper, carrots, broccoli, mushrooms, bean sprouts and sugar snap peas.veggies 28-8 Stir fried lightly in coconut oil.large pan of stir fried veg Flavoured with a heaped teaspoon of Thai chilli and basil sauce and a splash of soy sauce.  Spicy and yummy.Thai stir fry sauce I added some brown basmati rice which I had cooked in vegetable broth for a very tasty and simple vegan supper of stir fried rice with lots of veggies.Supper 28-8

It was good, but no where near as good as that peach melba banana ice-cream aka heaven in a  glass!

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Feeling Peachey

What an amazing day I have had.  Apparently I have lost 15 pounds this week.  Yes, that is what the scales say.  15 POUNDS !!!!!!  I know I have done the 5lbs in 5 days juice detox but even so, that can not be right.  I weigh myself on the electronic scales at the local leisure centre and am wondering if they have been recalibrated or adjusted for some reason.  I will see what the scales say next week but I have obviously lost a decent amount so I am really pleased.

I am also really pleased that this healthy eating seems to be contagious.  For breakfast today, the Little Fella chose to have a portion of last nights dinner reheated (wholewheat noodles, chicken and lots of veggies) and washed down with a large glass of freshly made juice (orange, apple and pear).  That beats the bowl of sugary cereal that most children eat for breakfast.

healthy Harvey I bought some perfectly ripe peaches at Hartley Dyke Farm Store.  If you haven’t been to see their lovely new store, pop in.  They can be found next to Charity Farm Countrystore on Swattenden Lane, Cranbrook, TN17 3PS.  Telephone 01580 712546.   They are open 8am – 5:30 pm Monday – Saturday and 9 – 4 Sundays.

  1. 3 perfect peaches

I ate mine this morning with some porridge which I made with half a cup of oats cooked with 2 cups of coconut water and half a cup of almond milk.  I was going to have almond butter with it but only had a smidgen left in the pot so I added peanut butter too and then some blueberries.  Really delicious and a sensible portion size.  It was enough to keep me feeling full for hours but not too much to make me feel full.breakfast 26-8 To encourage weight loss, I had a juice for lunch.  I juiced 1/4 of a pineapple, some blueberries, lots of spinach, 2 celery sticks, sugar snap peas and the juice of a lemon. juice ingredients 26-8 I blended the juice with an avocado.  Well, most of an avocado as I did have to cut some out as it had gone brown.2 avocado halves Not bad.  Not amazing either but drinkable and full of nutrients.lunchtime smoothie 26-8 For dinner we were having a stir fry.  These runner beans made excellent noodles as the base for the meal.runner bean noodles I cooked up onions, broccoli, mushrooms, spinach and king prawns, flavoured with a splash of Thai fish sauce and fresh coriander and basil.  Another small portion and packed full of goodness.  Eaten and enjoyed by three of us.  No one seemed to miss the conventional noodles or rice so runner bean noodles it will be again.Dinner 26-8-14

I am so chuffed I had a significant weight loss :-)

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Back To The Beginning

I was really looking forward to breakfast today because it would have been the first thing I ate since Tuesday (apart from yesterdays permitted avocado SOS) !  Yes, I managed to stick rigidly to the 5 day juice detox.

I began preparing breakfast the day before – I have had a lot of time to think about food during the last 5 days.  I put 1 tbsp of Goji berries to soak in ….

pile of Goji berries about 200ml of freshly squeezed strawberry juice.  I popped it in the fridge overnight.strawberry juice and goji berries

I also prepared the oats last night.  I put 1/3 of a cup of oats, 2/3 cup of coconut water, 1/4 tsp vanilla and 1 tbsp chia seeds in to my new serving glass and left it overnight.

This morning I put the strawberry juice and goji berries in to the blender with 1 tbsp cashew nut butter and 1 heaped tsp coconut flakes and blended until smooth.  I added about half the strawberry sauce to the glass with the oats which had gone firm overnight and left the rest in the blender.  I added 1 frozen banana and 1/2 a cup of frozen blueberries to the strawberry sauce in the blender and blended until smooth.  I put the Banana and blueberry ‘ice-cream’ on top of the strawberry sauce.strawbs and nut butterTopped with fresh strawberries and a few goji berries.
breakfast 25-8-14 It was wonderful.  When you blend frozen banana, with or without another frozen fruit, it eventually turns in to an ice-cream like consistency.  But it is just fruit so guilt free yumminess!  You do need a really good blender and a little liquid to get it going.  It was fabulous.  The entire breakfast was delicious and all very nutritious and natural.oats, strawberry sauce and nana ice cream For lunch I just had some vegetables.  The weather was dreadful today but despite the torrential rain I went outside anyway and picked lettuce, a huge spring onion and lots of runner beans from the garden.lettuce, spring onion and runner beans

I made a salad with lettuce, tomato and spring onion dressed with just 1 tbsp of the lovely olive oil we brought back from Italy.  That was it, just a bowl of raw veggies.

salad and olio

Followed by a bowl of runner beans.  To me, runner beans (and all the berries) are the taste of summer.  I love their fresh clean taste and the bright green and pink colours.sliced runner beans I popped a bagful of blanched beans in the freezer too for another day.Runner beans in freezer bag I ate them on their own, adorned simply with 1 tsp of butter and black pepper.  Deeelicious.runner beans and butter In case you haven’t seen one before, this is a Trombetti.  An Italian type of courgette.  Like the courgettes you will be more familiar with, when left alone they keep growing to make a marrow.  I am not sure what the marrow equivalent name is for a Trombetti but this is it.  Look at the size of it compared to the spring onions and my phone!Trombetti and spr onion I ‘stir fried’ chopped up carrots, fennel, broccoli, trombetti and spring onions in water for about 4 – 5 minutes until the water had dissolved and the veggies were al dente.  I then added some chopped up chicken which I had marinated all afternoon in olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and ginger.  Served with raw fresh pineapple and coriander.  I cooked wholewheat noodles for the others but I just had the chicken and veggies.Dinner 25-8-14

I consider this to be a new beginning.  I have yo-yo’d up and down in weight during the past year.  I have probably lost and gained my body weight in the three years since I started my blog.  I have always managed to be 2 and a half stone or more less than my starting weight but at one point I had lost 4 stone which I find really annoying.  So rather than be annoyed, I have done the 5 day juice detox and am starting afresh.

Today I felt more energetic than I have for a long time and when I looked in the mirror I did think my skin looked healthier.  That is partly due to more exercise too but I do put a lot of faith in the nutritional value of a juice fast.

The main difference is that although I was craving food today, for the first time in ages I was not craving sweet and high fatty food such as cookies, cakes or toast.  I really wanted fresh fruits and veggies and that is mainly what I ate today.

So I feel pleased with my new beginning.  The only disappointment  was that the local leisure centre was closed so I couldn’t weigh myself this evening to see what I lost during the juice fast.  Never mind, I will go tomorrow instead.

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Jason Vale’s 5lbs In 5 Days – Day 5

Day 5 – hurrah!  I have really missed eating but I am feeling very pleased with myself for sticking to the fast and managing to exercise every day.

It has been challenging because I have had to prepare meals for Harvey which is difficult when you want to eat them yourself.  I have used this 5 days as an opportunity to get him more involved in the cooking which he has enjoyed so we will continue that.  I have tried to be efficient and cook one meal with some left over for the next day or one dish that can be adapted easily.  For example on Friday he had spaghetti bolognaise and I made enough bolognaise to make tacos the following night.  This morning he spotted the 3 left over taco shells and wanted them with something so I made a dip with black beans, tomatoes, lime juice, red peppers and cheese which I baked.  Harvey loved it and I was frustrated I couldn’t taste it but I will make it again when I can enjoy it as it was a healthy vegetarian meal.

Harvey has also had at least one fresh juice a day, even some of the green ones and he has enjoyed them.  My new juicer (Phillips Avance) is so easy to use and clean, we will be including juices more regularly in our diets going forwards.

Harvey eating bean dish I juiced again all day.  Beginning with lemon in hot water and then a ginger shot.ginger shot 24-8 The first and last juice of the day was a ‘Sweet Beet Smoothie’ and I enjoyed the morning one in the garden, in the late summer sunshine.  It is made by juicing 1 apple, 2 carrots and a beetroot and then blending the juice with a large handful of blackberries.  I used frozen berries which gave the smoothie a bit of a slush puppy consistency which was really pleasant.  The juice was tasty but it was a bit sweet.Sweet Beet Juice The second and third juices were ‘Pear n Parsnip’, made with 2 apples, 4 pears, fresh mint,  1 lime and 2 parsnips (or 3 small).  These are the ingredients for 2 juices, not one!pears and parsnips This was unusual but delicious.pear and parsnip 3 Definitely one of my favourite juices of the week as it was so different.  The flavours were mellow and the consistency quite creamy.pear and parsnip juice 2 I will make this one again but if I was on a juice detox, I wouldn’t have this one on the same day as the Sweet Beet Smoothie as they were both quite sweet.   I would have this on the same day as one of the green smoothies.pear and parsnip 1 I am not sure whether it was due to the sweetness of today’s juices or the long walk Harvey and I did to Sissinghurst Castle and back but I was really hungry this evening so I had one of the SOS options.  Every day you are allowed an apple or a banana or an avocado if you get very hungry but I have never used the SOS before.  I have literally had only juices, herbal teas and glasses of water for 5 days until this evening when I enjoyed an avocado with lime juice and pepper.  It was fantastic and very much appreciated.  It was also perfectly ripe.  For the benefit of anyone local, I buy my avocados in Hartley Dyke Farm Shop as they are consistently good.Avocado with lime juice and pepper

So the 5 day challenge is over.  Thank goodness.  I do feel better for having done it but it was hard.  I suffered from terrible headaches and felt very tired.  I do not now feel like leaping about like a gazelle and I did not sleep brilliantly as many people claim to do.  However, I think that is due to my busy life rather than a fault of the detox plan.  As juice fasts and detox plans go, I think this one is very good.  The book is very motivating, the wall chart was very handy and I also had the app which has motivating videos and is very useful when you are out so you can look up what you need to buy for the next juices.

Well done Jason Vale, this was a great juice fast.  And well done to me for sticking to it.  How early can I have my breakfast tomorrow?

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Jason Vale’s 5lbs In 5 Days – Day 4

So I am beginning to feel better than I did before I started juicing but today I have been quite obsessed with food and fantasising about what I can eat on Monday.  it is all healthy stuff but I am feeling frustrated at all the lovely veggies I have in the garden which I want to crunch on or chew, rather than juicing.  I am getting fed up with juice but I have stuck with it.

It was a beautiful sunny day today.  We need to make the most of them because summer is drawing to a close.  The shadows in the morning are so long in the garden now.long shadows on the lawn Have I shown you inside the greenhouse recently?  Everything is doing well but it is fair to say the produce is not prolific, I assume because I planted everything so the greenhouse 23-8 These are aubergines.aubergine plants They have really shot up in the last 2 weeks and are beginning to flower.aubergine flowers The tomatoes are now looking good and healthy but they did not flower much.tall tomato plants There are a few tomatoes growing tomatoes 23-8 The cucumber plants look really healthy but are producing very few fruit.cucumbers in greenhouse Do you know what these are?red okras Red Okra, also known as ladies Fingers.  I am definitely trying one of those on Monday.Red okra 1 Good morning sunshine.morning sunshine The trombetti are both prolific and enormous!Trombetti in gravelI am really pleased with these dahlias; they have done a good job of hiding the ugly coal bunker.
Dahlias by coal bunker On to the juicing.  I began the day with hot water and lemon and then a ginger shot.ginger shot 23-8 This is my juicing corner of the kitchen.  The wall chart that came with the book is really helpful.Blender and ingredients These are the ingredients for ‘Nature’s Super Blend’ which I had at about 10 am and then another this evening.   Apple, courgette, lime, carrots, cucumber, broccoli, half a green pepper, celery and half an avocado.  This is the quantity for one juice.

You juice everything except the avocado and then blend the juice with the avocado and ice.  Adding the avocado is genius because it makes it taste thick and creamy and really helps keep hunger at bay.
Nature's Super Blend 23-8 1 It tastes good too.Nature's Superblend 1 The other juice I had twice today was ‘Minty Sunshine’.  I usually make my juice as I want to drink rather than in advance but I did a double amount of this one so these are the ingredients for 2 juices.  Carrots, oranges, fresh mint and ginger.Minty sunshine ingredients 23-8Jason recommends peeling the outer layer and leaving the pith as the pith contains a lot of nutrients.  I conclude, after trying a knife and a peeler, that the peeler leaves the most pith but does take longer.
peeling an orange Not my favourite juice but pleasant enough.Minty Sunshine 23-8

So 4 days down, 1 to go.  I can not wait to eat some real food.

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Jason Vale’s 5lbs in 5 Days – Day 3

Well day 3 was much easier than day 2, thank goodness.

I began as usual with a hot water with lemon and then a ginger shot.

Ginger shot 22-8


I was so excited for my breakfast juice as it was more of a smoothie than a juice and featured berries.  I just lurve berries, especially blackcurrants in a smoothie.3 pots of berries 1 tbsp of mixed seeds – it was practically a meal!  I had 1 tsp each of linseeds, hemp and sesame seeds.1 tbsp mixed seeds I dislike the bits in a smoothie so I put them all in a coffee grinder.seeds in grinder Which blitzed them easily in to little pieces.  ground seeds I made a double batch so I could share it with Harvey.  He had the soya yogurt and I had the live natural.Berry Banana Crunch ingredients I practically dove in, I felt so hungry.  It was absolutely delicious and I loved every drop.Berry Banana Crunch am During the day I had ‘Green Refresher’.  I made a double batch and drank one half at lunch time and the other later.Green Refresher Ingredients It tasted better then I was expecting.Green Refresher 2 Green Refresher Not as good as the Berry Banana Crunch though.Berry Banana Cruncg The taste of summer.Berry blast

3 days done, 2 to go.

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