A delicious Soul warming recipe for a drink which is perfect to share with your tribe around a fire as we welcome cooler Autumn nights. Put the challenge out there and have your friends all make a batch then get together to try different versions. A great excuse to get together before the less sociable months of Winter are upon us!

Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.  But did you know that the bioavailability of turmeric is increased when you pair it with certain foods?

According to Harvard Health, turmeric is used to support symptoms of arthritis, asthma, bloating, digestive issues, liver problems, heartburn, headaches and many more! It has also been found to support fat metabolism and weight management.

Gluten and dairy free crackers – 

Eating a snack or two between meals can curb hunger so that you don’t inhale the dining room table when you finally sit down for dinner. 
On the flip side, grazing all day—particularly on foods of little nutritional value—may result in you eating too much and packing on extra pounds. The key is taking a smart approach to snacking…. 

Just under 3 weeks to Christmas (Woohoo!)

Stay healthy this Christmas and indulge in the goodness of homemade cooking…
Here’s a really special recipe to help you celebrate Christmas in style. A delicious gingerbread cake topped with walnuts and whipped coconut cream. YUM right! This is a really simple and easy to follow recipe that will definitely impress your loved ones…

Gluten Free Crunchy Granola – As the days lighten up earlier, you will want to make the most out of your breakfast mealtime – this delicious Gluten Free Crunchy Granola will have you up out of bed with spoon in hand! New Soul Food blogger, Tara Achkar has come on board Spiritual Seekers Guide to Queenstown & Surrounds to share here favorite wellness recipes with you….Today, I’m sharing a recipe of my favorite gluten free granola, one that probably won’t last long once it comes out of the oven, because it’s so tasty!

The kombucha craze has been steadily increasing and catching on, which is amazing but there are a few things you need to know about this beautiful little gut health beverage. Kombucha is a type of tea that has been fermented using a SCOBY (That blob in the jar is actually a living Symbiotic Colony Of Bacteria and Yeast, or a SCOBY). The fermentation process makes it a good source of probiotics, which have many health benefits.