I love nature, the peace and quiet of the woods and beautiful trees and flowers.
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I am a gentle, kind and caring person who loves nature, children and animals.
Nature walks, picnics in the woods, painting and drawing, felting, photography, creative and artistic pursuits, music, gardening, permaculture and organic healthy living, reading and telling stories to children.
Kate Magic (aka Kate Wood) has her own website supplying all the ingredients you'll need to make the recipes in her books. (I bought several of her others too!) She is inspirational, committed and lives the raw life to the full. I am impressed that she has brought up her 3 boys to live raw and healthy, sugar free and happy. I have made several of her recipes and used some for starting points for my own inventions - they are very adaptable. Raw food is mostly DELICIOUS! I'm not crazy about the seaweed recipes, but the chocolate and sweet ones are an eye opening revelation! I now make myself a load of raw chocolate breakfast energy bites for the week, and feel sooooo smug and happy about… Read more
Thus stuff is AMAZING!!! It tastes like a kind of malty sweet thick syrup - not over-sweet but very delicious. It is perfect for making biscuits or substituting for any syrup in recipes, or drizzling on pancakes or toast. (you have to be ready to slip your thumb over the top of the pouring spout to stop it all coming out, as it is very thick and gloopy and could go everywhere if you don't seal off the spout when you tip it upright again.) It is healthy, low GI, very nutritious. Perfect for slimmers, diabetics, children, those concerned about tooth decay or any anyone allergic to (or wishing to eat less) cane sugar. I have now got coconut sugar, coconut syrup and coconut aminos in my… Read more
This does not work...full stop. It is supposed to grate, leaving behind the ginger fibre while letting only the pulp through so your recipe is free of 'hairy bits'. However, the gaps between the grater bars are so wide that the ginger fibre easily slips through. It is NOT in any way 'superior quality'. The grating teeth are rough, unsanded wood that add woody splinters to your recipe.It will shred ginger, but it does not separate the pulp from the fibre. Maybe product control is shoddy so that I got an inferior grater. A friend of mine swears by his, which has close together teeth. But the one I got was CRAP.