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Lemon coconut chia rice cake recipe

These lemon coconut chia rice cakes are one of my current favourite ride foods. Quick and easy to whip up, make a batch and store them in the freezer so you don’t ever get caught out with nothing to eat on a ride. Making your own ride food is quick, ea …

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20 minute pizza

Sometimes you really REALLY want pizza. Nothing wrong with that! Here’s my no fail 20 minute pizza – perfect for when that craving hits. Pizza tends to get a bad wrap. But there’s nothing wrong with a bit of pizza, particularly when you cook it yoursel …

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Vanilla chia pudding

Chia pudding has got to be one of the simplest and easiest snacks to ‘cook’. They literally take minutes to stir together to create a wholesome snack to keep you fuelled between training sessions. Two or three ingredients, a jar and a spoon and off you …

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High protein bircher muesli

When doing a lot of training or exercise, it’s important eat enough protein to support muscle growth and repair. Getting enough protein is a great way to kick start the recovery process.    Many people eat enough protein over the day, but tend to eat i …

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Early Start Group, RN

Name(s): Edwina Revel, Georgia Leech and Jamie Douglas Job Title: Registered Nutritionists  Business name: Early Start Group, Wellbeing and Nutrition   As a team of registered nutritionists, the Early Start Group are on a mission to ensure all children …

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French toast

I think French toast has to be one of the best ever recovery meals. Carbs. Check. Protein. Check. Awesome flavour. Double check! The beauty of French toast, is that while it looks really fancy to serve it is super quick and easy. It’s also a great way …

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Veggie savoury muffins

These veggie savoury muffins are a great post training snack. Quick and easy to whip up, they have plenty of protein, fibre and slow-releasing carbs to provide you with sustainable energy. Plus it’s a tasty way to add extra vege into your day.   Most p …

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Chestnut, carrot & celeriac soup – low fodmap Christmas recipes

Having guests around for Christmas lunch and wondering what to serve for a starter? This recipe is a tasty soup, suitable for vegan low fodmappers and has Christmas flavours with mixed spice. I have been using my copy of the flavour thesaurus by Niki S …

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How to make an authentic low fodmap curry – vegetarian

OK – so, how on earth do you make an authentic curry without an onion base? Masala is a mix of spices that are first fried in oil to release the flavour and then finely chopped onion and garlic is added – lot’s and lot’s of onion and this is cooked bef …

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Chicken and pesto pasta – low fodmap

I am trying again with Kale, using kale is a way of getting more cruciferous brassica vegetables into the low fodmap diet. Why should that be important? These vegetables contain sulphur compounds such as glucosinolates, compounds that have been implica …

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