• Raw Green Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing

    Raw Green Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing (Paleo, Vegan)

    May Ly

    Getting some alkalising greens in made easy with this raw green salad tossed in a honey mustard dressing, even my kids are loving all the greens here! It’s a very simple salad and easy to make and what I love the most is that kale doesn’t get so soggy the next day so you can make a little extra to take to the office, which also makes it a great pot luck lunch or picnic dish. Feel free to add some protein like an egg or sliced chicken breast the next day to change it up into a complete meal…

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  • Wild Black Rice Salad

    May Ly

    One of my favourite entertaining recipes at the moment is this Wild Black Rice Salad as you can make it the day before and leftovers store in the fridge for a few days. It’s a winner every time I serve it and it pays to double the quantity to make sure…

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  • Roast Pumpkin & Chinese Cabbage Salad (Napa, Wombok)

    May Ly

    I love salads that keep all day without getting soggy. They’re perfect to take on picnics or pack for lunch. This roast pumpkin and Chinese cabbage salad can be made the day before and is easy to make with only five ingredients. The dressing is super tasty with a wheat…

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  • Chinese Broccoli (Gai Lan) with Tamari and Sesame Oil

    May Ly

    Chinese broccoli also known as Gai Lan or Kai Lan, is a nutritious Asian green that belongs to the same family as broccoli (brassica oleracea). Broccolini is actually a cross between Chinese broccoli and broccoli which is why it looks like a leafier version of broccolini. It has a similar…

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  • Halloumi Salad with Strawberry, Watermelon and Basil

    May Ly

    We haven’t had halloumi for about a year as it’s not something we can find easily in Vietnam, so whilst  in Sydney this holiday my 12 year old spotted it in the grocer and wanted it for breakfast. I have to admit this was total torture to cook up knowing…

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  • Baked Plantain Chips 3 Ways (Paleo, AIP)

    May Ly

    Plantains are a little hard to find in Vietnam but if you can get your hands on some green plantains (which can be difficult as they ripen so quick over here in the heat), these crunchy plantain chips are so good and stay crunchy the next day if you have…

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