DIY Dehydrated Green Chilli Powder @OmNomAlly #Raw option, #glutenfree, #paleo, #vegan. Green chilli powder is one of those ingredients you'll hardly ever see in the shops - so just make your own! Packing a vibrant, spicy punch, try this Home-made Green Chilli Powder in your dehydrator.

Homemade (Dehydrated) Green Chilli Powder

Alison Murray Dairy-free, Dehydrating, DIY, Gluten-free, Nut-free, Paleo, Preserving, Raw, Recipes, Seasonings, Vegan, Vegetarian 12 Comments

So what would you do when you score a kilo of chillies on the cheap? You heard me, I currently have a whole kilo of chillies in my possession. I’m well aware they aren’t going to last more than a week in the fridge, and I can’t just pop them in my mouth like (nature’s) candy one by one. Well, not without a whole …

Natren Home-made Yoghurt

How To Make Thick, Pot-Set Yoghurt with Natren Yoghurt Starter

Alison Murray Breakfast, DIY, Fermented, Gluten-free, Nut-free, Product Review, Recipes, Vegetarian Leave a Comment

This stuff is UNREAL. It’s hardly surprising to hear that many people get confused about which yoghurt to eat and with that in mind I like to put yoghurt into 3 categories. There is supermarket yoghurt (‘low-fat’, ‘diet’, ‘sugar-free’; gelatine, pectin or artificial colours and flavours added), natural yoghurt (Greek, organic, full cream or naturally pot-set) and then there is …

Spelt Anzac Biscuits

Spelt Anzac Biscuits + Golden Syrup Substitutes

Alison Murray Baking, Dairy-free, DIY, Nut-free, Recipes, Vegan, Vegetarian 13 Comments

Did you know there are rules about what can and can’t be called an Anzac Biscuit? It’s always ‘biscuit’ and never ‘cookie’ btw; calling it a cookie would be very un-Australian apparently. For a biscuit to be an ‘Anzac’ biscuit it has to conform to the traditional recipe, with ingredients readily available during wartime (eggs were particularly scarce) which would …

Cinnamon Quinoa Milk

Cinnamon Quinoa Milk

Alison Murray DIY, Recipes 13 Comments

I recently got myself a nut milk bag. I sprout constantly, have attempted a sourdough culture and I really love making coconut milk kefir. But my own non-dairy milks? Now that I hadn’t done. Nothing much happened with my new purchase at first. As excited as I was, I couldn’t decide what I wanted to make. Now?  I’m thoroughly addicted. …