• slow roasted beet & potato salad w preserved lemon, capers & olives

    So beetroot and potato salads aside, we are about 2 weeks away from having our house on the market! Currently I am working from home while my hubby and my parents are painting the outside of the house. The carpets down (not sure on the colour but what ...

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  • about jessica

    Hi! Thanks for stopping by and sharing a slice of what makes me tick. This website is all about sharing delicious meals that cater for those with food intolerances. It is also a place where you will be exposed to the the peanut butter addict, foodie ...

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  • parsnip wedges

    Parsnips are one of those under utilised vegetables. No one really knows what to do with them or just plainly doesn't like them. They've had them boiled and mashed or maybe par roasted as part of the typical roast dinner. I'd say I was probably quite ...

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  • millet salad w creamy mustard dressing

    We’ve been going a little nuts at The JCN Clinic spamming you with our passion for feeding your microbiota with a diversity of plant based foods. Partly its due to the functional testing that is now at our fingertips, but more so I’d say it dues to the ...

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  • wild rice 'batch cooked' porridge

    I’ve wanted to make a recipe using wild rice for some time now. The thing with wild rice is that it’s a little more obscure like millet, amaranth and teff. It tends to sit on the outside of the circle of what most people are comfortable with using in ...

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  • gut friendly pumpkin pancakes

    With so much attention on the gut in mainstream health currently, we have seen at the JCN Clinic a rise in the diversity of people looking into their digestive issues with the aid of functional testing.

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