I LOVE eating dolmades, or stuffed vine leaves, but they are so expensive to buy in the shops. Last time I bought them from the supermarket I paid about £3.50-£4.00 for 4 or 5 little vine leaves and as I am not content to only eat a couple at a time I decided to make… Read More Yummy Vegetarian/Vegan Dolmades or Stuffed Vine Leaves
I can hardly believe Christmas is almost upon us again…where did the time go? Things here at Greenermums have been a little quiet the last few months; the busier my own life gets the less time I seem to have for posting so apologies for that. I am so pleased to see, however, how busy… Read More Is it REALLY that time again? [Autumn/Winter round-up]
So everyone’s heard the saying “You are what you eat” which basically boils down to two very simple equations: Healthy food = healthy body Unhealthy food = unhealthy body. It’s simple really and I think on the whole we all know this. The tricky part comes when making our daily food choices. As a society,… Read More You are what you eat!
I’m not sure if my photo does this dish justice but this is a really nutritious recipe that is totally easy to make. I basically bought one of those little lunch pots from Marks & Spencer in an “I’m starving hungry but far away from home” moment and it was so delicious that I figured… Read More Easy Peasy Mixed Bean Salad Recipe
I have always loved hummus, but it has become an absolute staple in my diet in recent months and all the moreso now that I am following a vegan diet. Mad panic enters the house when our shop-bought hummus runs out :-) so much so that I have a few hummus recipes to hand that can… Read More Quick and Easy Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
The seasons here in the UK really do like to keep us on our toes. We appear to have gone from a beautiful unexpected indian summer to cold and flu season overnight! I even had the heating back on this weekend and to make things worse both my daughter and I caught the first of the winter bugs. You know… Read More Mother knows best: tips for battling those winter bugs
A few months back my daughter came home with a tiny broad bean plant she’d planted at school. They had planted it in some soil inside a pot fashioned out of newspaper – very ingenious. We placed it on our kitchen window sill (a nice sunny spot) and kind of just left it, or rather,… Read More How does your garden grow?