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Easy Mexican Bean Bowl

Day 4 is nearly done! My fog seemed to lift today, around 11am this morning...the no sugar haze and feeling like I was a character out of legally blonde for the past 4 days, vanished. I felt back to myself and had clarity of mind again. Thank kale for that! Today was a bit of a laptop day, F45 All stars this morning and then working on projects for clients. It was so nice to be able to think, hmmmm, it's lunchtime, I'm hungry, I know exactly what I'm going to have! The leftover noodles from yesterday, which you can find here. I reheated them in the pan, threw in a minced garlic clove and a teeny dash of tamari...I...

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Baked Kumara + Avo Salsa

Officially day 1 of the F45 8 week challenge and this was dinner. I have to admit, I am struggling with the no sugar thing. My mind is seriously foggy, and energy levels pretty low this afternoon, although they did pick up a little when I saw Stella's face at home time after school! If you are planning on dropping sugar, it's good to know what to expect in terms of withdrawal symptoms...heres a link to go into a bit more depth. You realise how brutal it is on your system when you're coming off it! The Pro Ball I pre-made yesterday and had this afternoon was totally welcome! You can find the sugar-free recipe for them here. Now, I...

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Creamy Vegan Sage Potato Pasta

This is Winter comfort food at its finest. If you are short on time, you can easily just make the sauce and use it as a regular pasta stir through. The recipe serves 2, and takes around 30 minutes to make. You can also watch the video for the recipeĀ hereĀ on my IGTV channel. Recipe 1 cup raw cashews, soaked for at least 2 hours, drained and rinsed 2 tsp nutritional yeast 1 tsp dried sage leaves 1/2 tsp crushed garlic Juice of 1 lemon 1/2 cup filtered water Salt and pepper to taste 1 TBS olive oil 4 potatoes, peeled and either spiralised or julienne grated Fresh parsely to garnish Method Place the cashews, yeast, sage, garlic, lemon juice, water,...

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