Gluten-Free Meatballs | Nadia Felsch

Gluten-Free Meatballs

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This was one of those recipes that made me smile with joy. It worked. It was easy. It tasted damn good. It had reignited my love of meatballs and reminded me how important it is to mix it up and keep the food we eat interesting. Because believe me, I get it. It’s so easy […]

Spinach & Fetta Quiche | Nadia Felsch

Spinach & Fetta Quiche

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I can count (on many) hands, the number of quiches I’ve made over the years. Each time however, there’s been something I wanted to tweak, refine, change altogether. Until now. This post won’t be long because there’s little to say other than yum, wow and yum. This dish was the kind just begging to be […]

Hot Chocolate | Nadia Felsch

Hot Chocolate Love

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Who doesn’t love hot chocolate? Winter warming and dare I say soul food? For years my dear grandmother used to make me hot chocolate in winter and I have the best memories of that. So this is my attempt to make it at home when I didn’t have a store bought option on hand. Controversy […]

Avocado on Toast | Nadia Felsch

Smashed Avocado

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I feel fairly qualified to talk all things cafe breakfast. There’s not many cafe brekkies that I haven’t sampled over the years and I must admit, sometimes there’s nothing better than someone bringing your breakfast to you (and cleaning up afterwards!) However, this is a) not always possible and b) sometimes you’re not offered the […]

Guide to Buying Good Food | Nadia Felsch

Buying Good Food: Part Two

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My food philosophy and the way I live my life; vital and bounding with energy; is all about wholefoods. No diet labels, no deprivation and certainly no hard and fast rules. I love everything I eat and I eat a lot of variety, a variety of fresh wholefoods. 90% of what I eat is made […]

Guide to Buying Good Food | Nadia Felsch

Buying Good Food: Part One

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Each week Tippy and I buy the food that we use to nourish ourselves. We arrive with list on hand (or on the phone) and we shop efficiently and enjoyably for the food we love to eat. It doesn’t cause stress, it doesn’t take hours and we don’t spend 50% of our income either. This is […]

Winter Elixir | Nadia Felsch

Winter Elixir

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The more in tune with my body that I become, the more I notice the seasons. Moreover, how the seasons feel and how my body feels in them. As the temperatures have well and truly dropped now in Sydney, my body and it’s instincts have adapted. Living a whole(foods) life has meant those instincts are […]

Autumnal Salad | Nadia Felsch

Autumnal Salad

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When talking to a new client last week, something came up around using seasonal ingredients. Moreover, how to maximise seasonal ingredients within your weekly shop. For both efficiency and budgetary reasons. Although it now seems like second nature to me, I realised this certainly wasn’t always the case and I really wanted to show you how to […]

Almond & Banana boats | Nadia Felsch

Almond & Banana Boats

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Over the Easter long weekend, earlier this month, I spent 30 hours studying. Yes you read that right. It was an intense and amazing time for me, one where I was fully immersed in the knowledge that I have and am taking on board. From the biological foundations of how our incredible bodies function and […]

Coconut & Blueberry Chia Pudding | Nadia Felsch

Coconut & Blueberry Chia Pudding

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Breakfast. Either the thorn in your side or the meal you look forward to the most. This outlook can be completely determined by what you have waiting for you each day. Is there something delicious and pre-prepared in the fridge? Or do you need to scramble to create breakfast and often end up leaving the […]

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