I am a woman. I am empowered and proud of who I am. Integrity, values and ambition. A Goddess. Goddess. That word alone gives me butterflies in my tummy, and adds to my feelings of empowerment.
I believe it is so important to be in touch with your true self, be you a man or a woman. It’s important for us to connect to our divinity and exude our souls. And what better way to portray our sanctity than with food.
Wholesome, nourishing, beautiful and empowering food. Food that lights up each of our cells and makes us beam from within. Food that makes us feel amazing and godlike. Full of energy and vibrancy.
We are women. We deserve to radiate our purity in all means possible. So I decided to portray mine through this delicious and luscious Green Goddess Bowl. But don’t worry, guys can totally enjoy this dish too! Continue reading
The Spiralizer! One kitchen gadget that makes making food seriously fun! When I was still in South Africa, my best friends bought me one for my birthday and I used it nearly every week. Now that I’ve managed to get my hands on one again (thanks my love 😉 and awesome 1-day.com deals) I’ve been creating Zucchini noodles and ‘noodling’ all week!
I think it’s such a great way to get more nutrient dense raw vegetables into your diet. Granted you can cook the noodles to give more of a pasta ‘feel’, but eating them raw is just as great, if not better! Continue reading
Prior to moving to New Zealand, I had never tasted Tempeh before. I’d heard of it, but never really knew what it was. All I knew was that it was foreign and really hard to come by in KZN, South Africa. Well, to be honest, I hadn’t really ever searched for it before, so that previous sentence could possibly be inaccurate. Anyway, upon moving to a new exciting country, came along a lot of exciting new foods, and Tempeh has been one of them.
And that’s that! We did it! We survived our first New Zealand Winter! I thought it was never going to end! Winter is nice, but I much prefer the warmer weather! As Winter slowly dissipates, we welcome Spring with wide open arms! This time of year is the best! The warm jasmine scented air, the energizing sunshine, and the hustle and bustle of all those who are slowly coming out of hibernation. I love it! It’s such a clean, fresh time of year, and what better a time for nourishing light meals, like this Spring Detox Salad. Continue reading
So many of you may know that prior to this site, I had my little weebly site called Divine Nutrition. When I was first diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, and shifted to a healthy lifestyle, I began Divine Nutrition as a platform to post my recipes, as I embarked on my journey of healthy eating. I wanted to bring a few of those first recipes over to Wellness with Taryn and here is one I think you may enjoy.
This recipe I remember distinctly, as it was one of the first raw sauces I had made. So crazy to think how far I’ve come, but am so proud of myself for experimenting so much in my earlier days.
So this recipe is the perfect way to pump up the alkalinity in your diet, with help from one of my biggest friends in the business, Kale. With kale being a primary ingredient, your assured to get a blast of nutrients from this powerhouse green leafy vegetable. I LOVE the fact that it’s pretty simply, and that you kinda get involved with the kale 😉
Now kale can be tricky to work with, as it’s quite a hardy vegetable. That is why this recipe calls for marinating your kale, allowing it to soften so that you end up with this delicious end result.
This recipe is a Moroccan twist on a Quinoa salad. It is super easy, really quick, and perfect for lunch the next day! I often make a big batch of dinner, and have it for lunch the next day. It saves time in the morning, plus most meals taste amazing the next day.
I love quinoa, and adore how versatile it is. You can literally toss a couple of your favorite ingredients into a quinoa salad and I’m 99% certain each time it’ll turn out great! It definitely is a staple in my pantry, and forever on my shopping list.
I am a great chickpea (AKA Garbanzos) fan, as most vegan’s and vegetarians are. From chickpea flour, to chickpea sprouts, these little gems are so versatile in the kitchen and are loaded with some mad nutritional goodness. This Falafel Salad is a great choice for a light summers lunch or dinner. You can have the falafel balls warm or cold, totally up to you. A quick and easy nutritious salad option.