Monthly Archives: October 2013

A super summer sorbet

Today was a gorgeous spring day in Tasmania. It was a much needed taste of summer as we’ve had very cold, windy weather up until now!

So when I got this lovely message and photo from one of my Thermomix customers I thought I should share!!!

Citrus sorbet! My first sorbet attempt and its divine!

Grapefruit, orange and mandarin.

I added a bit of extra sugar and also a pinch of salt to try to combat the bitterness of the grapefruit.

What are your favourite fruit combinations for your sorbet?

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The benefits of oil pulling, and a “how to” guide.

Here is a blog post by Amy over at The Holistic Ingredient about oil pulling. Organic coconut oil can be purchased online and sent anywhere in Australia from http://www.paleoprovidore.com

The Holistic Ingredient

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As you know, this week The Holistic Ingredient herself has surrendered to the bliss that is the Gwinganna Health Retreat, a very well deserved break I need not add. So in Amy’s absence I would love to share with you a little about my own holistic health journey thus far. Thank you for welcoming me into your inbox. ~Sarah x

In January of this year I viewed a TED Talk detailing the concept of the 30 Day Challenge. As it happens, 30 days is just about the right amount of time to add a positive habit (or subtract a bad habit) to your life. Not being one for new year resolutions I decided that this would be a fun and interesting way to qualify some goals and mark 2013. And honestly, I may have started my “30 Day Challenge Challenge” with the idea that the journey would provide…

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My light lunch

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Today I needed a quick lunch before a meeting…so this is what I had! A salad with organic baby cos from Tasmanian company York Town Organics, organic cucumber, egg, slivered almonds, sesame seeds, tuna in spring water (unfortunately not certified organic), gorgeous organic olives and a grated carrot and all topped with a dressing if organic toasted sesame oil, lemon juice and some Himalayan rock salt and pepper. Delicious!