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Settling In

We are loving our new little place and are feeling very much at home...

We gave away our juicer to a lovely friend, as our new kitchen is quite small.
We do have a Nutribullet too, which is easier to clean and we start each day with a smoothie.
These are pineapple, banana, kale, goji berry, pumpkin seeds, turmeric and spirulina.

We add a mix of water and home made milk to the ingredients.
Delicious!


We have been reunited with our milk maker (which was buried in the jam room at Meadowcroft). 
It's great making all sorts of milks again... 
And the pulp goes into our porridge!

This one is brown rice and almond.

Porridge!!!
Oats with hemp protein powder, chia seeds, ground flax seeds, rose hips, banana, apple, blueberries and water.
Topped with milk, cinnamon, ginger and real Canadian maple syrup... Courtesy of our beautiful friend, Richard - who brings it over from Canada every year!!! ♥


An organic veggie feast - we are still getting our weekly veg boxes...
Peppers stuffed with Puy lentils, roasted veggies, steamed broccoli (with a squeeze of lemon). Topped with miso and onion gravy.


Bread dough ready for the oven...

And the crusty loaf fresh out of the oven. :-)


Have a lovely weekend!

Kay and Sime
xx


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