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FoodFights is on a mission to change the way we think about, prepare and eat food, for a healthier, longer life. From one-on-one nutrition advice, exciting events, and corporate consultations, FoodFights gives you the tools you need to prepare and incorporate foods that fight your corner.

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Cauli

Roast cauliflower with green sauce

Cauliflower took over from kale as the "must eat" superfood a few years ago, and was then bumped up another notch when cauli rice became the new, well, rice. It was lent ever more glamour when caulifower steaks hit the vegan scene and whole roast cauliflower appeared on dinner tables instead of roast ...

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Winter salad with pears and edible flowers

I love a good winter salad, especially a really pretty one (ever tried edible flowers?), with hits of sweetness (like pear, citrus fruit or apple), bitter undertones and something crunchy, aka toasted nuts or seeds. And they come into sharp focus in my life around the middle of January every year, when ...

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Healthy lunch box ideas

Lunch boxes take me back to my school days and the AMAZING lunches my mum used to pack for us whenever we had after school activities, and couldn't eat lunch at home. When I moved out, first to study, then to live and work abroad, I adopted the all too common approach of regularly skipping breakfasts, ...

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Swede and sweet potato mash

The tree in our front garden is by now completely bare (although the neighbour's tree is still haemorrhaging leaves) and my American friends are all preparing for their Thanksgiving feasts. I have yet to be invited to one, but am a huge fan of the traditional menu of sides that is usually served at ...

Strawberry tart

Gluten free strawberry and elderflower tart

I have been so busy getting into the rhythm with my new teaching job (which I love, btw), that I have not shared a new recipe since August last year!!! And here I am posting a strawberry and elderflower recipe with both strawberry and elderflower season just about done for this year. Boo! But it is so ...

Kohlrabi ceviche

Kohlrabi, radish and avocado “ceviche” on corn tortillas

I recently took the plunge and bought a tortilla press. I'm so annoyed with myself that I didn't do it sooner... I LOVE fresh home-made tortillas. They are super versatile, taste amazing and are gluten-free. The only hassle in the UK is finding the masa harina*, but these days many online stores carry ...

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Cornbread for breakfast

I often get asked by exhausted and slightly fed-up parents what they should serve their kids for breakfast. I find it so hard to answer that, as my children have had spinach soup, dhal and left-over stew for breakfast... but how do you compress your entire food philosophy into an answer to the simple ...