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Sweet Potato Laksa Recipe

This is another go to recipe for me during the winter months. Bringing warmth through the herbs and spices, and with a few extra touches can help support your immune system too. This is a recipe that can be made completely vegetarian or vegan, by substituting the bone broth for a vegetable broth. However this can also be made with a meat protein added if you'd like that better.    serves: 4 cooking time: 1 hr INGREDIENTS: Thai red curry paste: 1 1/2 to 2 tbsp. powdered chilli 1 shallot  1 stalk fresh lemongrass (minced) 1 to 2 red chilies OR 1/2 to 1 tsp. cayenne pepper 4 cloves garlic 1 thumb-size piece ginger 2 tbsp tomato passata 1 tsp. ground cumin...

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Vitality Broth Recipe

Today I'm sharing with you a recipe that I mentioned I was cooking up on my insta stories (@ Lavenderandcobotanicals ). This is a simple broth, inspired by the taste of pho soups - but you can make it in the comfort of your own home.I love myself a good broth - almost any time of year; but especially so for the cooler seasons. This one in particular is my go to for when I’m feeling a little under the weather, or if I’m wanting to give my immune system some love. With warming ginger, garlic, and gut loving bone broth and miso - this dish will hopefully be a go to for you as well!   Recipe: for the...

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Botanical Infused honey

Honey on it's own is a powerful medicine, and has been used for over 5000 years by humans for it's different therapeutic benefits. In Ancient Egypt honey was used to treat wounds on the skin, and added to other medical potions, as well as offered to their Gods as a gift. Ayurvedic medicine has been using honey for over 4000 years, in treating body imbalances and even indigestion. Today we know these things to be true, and have seen the effects of honey as an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and vulnerary. Knowing this, it makes sense to use honey as a base for herbal medicinal infusions !There are a couple of ways in which we can use honey for medicine; in this post...

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