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Lime Avocado Cheesecake

Lime Avocado Cheesecake | Natural Kitchen Adventures

*Not a cheesecake at all* I’ve been making this avocado lime cheesecake for yonks, an elaboration of my matcha lime mousse, but I finally had my arm twisted to get it up on the blog after last weekend’s Stretching the City retreat.   The dominant flavour is creamy lime, you honestly can’t taste the avocado… 

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Stuffed Romano Pepper, Courgette Fritter. Vegetarian / Vegan Main / Gluten Free. Natural Kitchen Adventures

Mediterranean Stuffed Romano Peppers, Courgette Fritters & Charred Spring Onions

Veggie Mains   This last year more than ever, I’ve been searching for the perfect vegetarian main course to serve yoga retreat and supper club guests.  A vegetarian main that wasn’t a stew, wasn’t a bowl of pasta, and would be interesting enough for those most usually aquatinted with a plate of steak.  It has been… 

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Fish Tacos with Peach Salsa | Natural Kitchen Adventures

Fish Tacos with Peach Salsa

Lets Salsa! I discovered the simple joy of tacos when I was living in California a few years ago.  In San Francisco there was Don Pistos in North Beach, Tacolicious in The Mission and then Comal in Berkeley.  I know tacos are a thing over here in Britain too, but the Californians execute them oh so well… 

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Iced Berry Tea, drink, herbal tea, healthy, sugar free

Iced Berry Tea Cooler

Time for tea Drink more water. The simplest health tip, yet for me personally the hardest one to adhere to.  Eat more vegetables = easy, eat oily fish a few times a week = easy, get to bed earlier = easy.  Why is drinking water so hard, even for someone who likes water?  Especially when living in… 

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Gluten Free Tomato Gazpacho

Chilled Tomato Gazpacho

Not to be confused with a savoury smoothie So chilled soup. It’s totally a thing. I always shied away from tomato gazpacho in the past because I thought that something that seemed to resemble a tomato smoothie wouldn’t really work for me.  I made my first batch just a few years ago and right then I discovered that actually a… 

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