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We love grabbing a spinach and cheese gozleme on our trips to the farmers market, this is my quick and simple dairy-free version.  To save time I have substituted the homemade dough with a mountain bread. This vegan dish is great for lunch, dinner or whenever you need a savoury

Pumpkin soup Seriously, who doesn’t like pumpkin soup? My version is made with coconut milk, ginger and is sprinkled with pumpkin seeds for a bit of crunch. If you have any leftover pumpkin check out this recipe for spicy red lentil dhal. I love preparing this pumpkin soup on a lazy Sunday

Summer is almost over (in Australia anyway), and figs are appearing in farmers markets and fruit shops. I always try to hang on to the last bit of summer, but figs make the transition into autumn so much easier. This fig salad is a celebration of autumn and is an

Spring Vegetable Frittata Spring and vegetables go together like, well, peas and carrots! This enlivening frittata delivers a 5+ punch and a dose of good vibes as well - that's what happens when you eat something that's full of goodness and is absolutely delicious. Your food diary will love this one:

Broccoli and Almond Soup This Broccoli and almond soup is both warming, nutritious, and best of all, it hits the spot. It also ticks the paleo box as it's dairy free.  Soup is a great way to supercharge your vegetable intake. Broccoli is one of my favorite vegetables it contains vitamin C, calcium,

This delicious mix of purple and red is a feast for the eyes and it's stacked with anti-oxidants. The spectacular range of vegetables includes radishes, beetroot, pomegranate and purple cabbage, with herbs and lentils for added flavor. Using a mandolin makes this salad a whole lot better, it slices the

Lamb Shanks (Moroccan) Lambs shanks is a one-pot wonder that has been warming cockles and filling bellies since forever. The whole family will love it and it's packed with plenty of vegetables for extra nutrition. Serve with cauliflower fried rice to get more bang for your vegetable

So summery and so simple to prepare, this salad is flavor packed. You will end up with extra of the tomato and almond pesto dressing,  so store it in an airtight container in the fridge, for up to four days and use any leftover dressing drizzled over  Zoodles (zucchini noodles) 

    Gut Healing smoothie   Save Print Prep time 5 mins Cook time 1 min Total time 6 mins   Author: The Orange Pantry Recipe type: Smoothie Serves: 1

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