Author: PrimalPeaks

Updated YOGA classes & times

  Just to update on class timesI teach Wednesdays at 6.30pm at Chelmorton Village Hall, Buxton (except the 2nd Wednesday of the month as it is film night!). I continue to teach in Chelmorton Saturday mornings at 10.30am. Namaste!...

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Cassava Bread

Ah bread, that lovely vehicle for butter, eggs, cheese, soup…. I do not miss sandwiches but I do like having a grain free bread on hand for when those runny yolks need mopping up…. I have tried many different recipes and I have posted some on here before including bread rolls and a seed bread which are great but they are not like bread…so the search has continued and I think I have finally found a recipe which works well enough to share! Now a word of warning, unlike the other bread recipes I have posted, this bread is not low carbohydrate. It does...

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Primal-ish Boiled fruit cake

Now I know dried fruit is high in sugar and I know cake is not very primal BUT this is primal living in the modern world AND cake is definitely a part of my world! I had some dried fruit and mixed spice left over from Christmas where I had used it in mince pies. At Christmas I also made a version of this cake with Brandy but the alcohol is completely optional. By using ground almonds instead of regular flour, the sugar (added and in the fruit) takes longer to digest and limits the hit on your blood sugar levels. This cake is not an everyday cake as it is higher in sugar than most primal treats that I have posted but it is a good way to use up any leftover Christmas dried fruit and nice with afternoon tea once in a while. It is based on a traditional boiled cake recipe from my Mum which I have adapted to make it primal approved. It slices well so can be taken in a lunch pack  (on its own or buttered if you want extra deliciousness!) or warmed and enjoyed with double cream (if tolerated!). Ingredients to make one loaf: 225g dried fruit (raisins, sultanas, currants, cranberries etc) 115g unsalted butter (kerrygold is good!) 50g of coconut sugar or 2 TBS of honey 4TBS Water 1tsp mixed spice 2 eggs...

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Still time to book!

There is still time to book for the upcoming Clean Food Programme. The six week programme is now being held in Leek as well as Buxton & Stafford. There are testimonials and results available under the CLEAN FOOD PROGRAMME tab on the website. I am also teaching Yoga in Leek on Mondays at 5.30pm as well as Chelmorton on Saturdays at 10.30am.    ...

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New Year New Dates!

Happy New Year everyone! I hope you had a good Christmas and New Year celebrations! I spent them in my new home, enjoying good food, log fires, homemade primal treats such as eggnog, mince pies and Christmas pudding! It was great to spend time with family and friends and being able to have a break from the usual routine. Now though, it is back to it! I have some new dates for the Clean Food Programme and as well as Buxton and Stafford we are going to bring the Programme to Leek (my new home!).  You can find out...

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