Supertreats Review

I’m not sure what I was expecting from chocolate made from carob and no refined sugar, but it certainly wasn’t the creamy, sweet goodness I discovered when I unwrapped my first bar. Virpi, founder of Supertreats Ltd, kindly sent me six bars to review; three Silky Milky and three Merry Berry. The names say it…

You CAN afford to eat well

A major theme of my blog and my entire social media platform is wholefoods for all. I think nourishing, wholesome food should be available and enjoyed by everyone, irregardless of financial status. Sure, it can be easier if you have more pennies in the pot to start with, but it’s not impossible, even with the…

In the Nood energy ball review

I approached In The Nood to request a sample to review because they are a UK company and their product is gluten free and packed with wholefoods. Their energy ball mixes also appealed to me because they didn’t require fancy equipment. They seemed like an excellent alternative to buying all the ingredients for energy balls…

Sweet Potato Soup

If you move towards a wholefoods-based style of eating, you might notice that your old favourites lose their appeal. The crisps are too salty, the bags of chocolate buttons or balls are bland and the pasta sauces you once relied on now taste sweet and sickly. This was my experience when I cut down on…

Equinox Kombucha Review

I have something in common with the lovely people over at Equinox Kombucha. We both discovered the tingling taste of kombucha whilst back packing in Asia. Ever since my first sip at a vegan cafe in Pai, Thailand, I’ve wanted to secure a constant supply. Originally from China, kombucha is a fermented green tea drink…