I received my food pot a couple of days ago (super quick postage!) and I’m so happy with it. I work in sports with a very busy schedule (particularly at weekends) that entails really early starts and long shifts being active. The HydrateM8 food pot is the perfect size for me to transport between home and work and also move it around during busy periods. It means I can bring homemade, healthy meals with me rather than rely on a cafe which serves mainly fried foods – this is so important to me as I’ve recently changed my diet and exercise habits. I also love that it’s really cute and comes in a few different colours!
An aromatic dish which is vibrant in colour and distinctive in taste. There are three stages to making this dish but it’s well worth the wait. You can cheat in the middle and buy readymade bhajis if you prefer.
This Indian inspired dish is the perfect comfort food especially as we head into Winter. And the best part is, it’s vegan friendly and full of fibre.
Pea, coconut, and turmeric may not be your usual soup, but this creamy lunchtime favourite is great for cold winter evenings. Plus, it’s suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Although the Spanish can be protective about what actually constitutes an authentic paella, this simple and delicious recipe is enough to lock up your hunger.