Wild Health Recipes
Refresh your kitchen repertoire with our easy and delicious recipes. Wake-up your taste buds and break free of old habits! A healthy meal recipe gives you more time, more money and a new taste sensation.
What people say about our recipes and info:
"I receive your wild health newsletter and really enjoy it and am loving your recipes. I'm a busy working mum with two beautiful (and hungry!) boys and really committed to feeding my family well." Julie Nolan
"I really enjoy hearing from you and look forward to the recipes and other lifestyle advice - they are most appreciated. Susan
What is our food about?
Our wheat-free and dairy-free recipes combine whole grains, beans and
some animals products with plenty of raw vegetables, fruit, nuts and
High in fibre, gluten free and full of antioxidants, these recipes help you:
- Discover how to lose weight naturally
- Lower cholesterol and blood pressure
- Balance out blood sugar levels
- Strengthen the immune system
Boost energy with more raw food: Kimchi-Style Salad
Enjoy healthy chocolate and dessert recipes: Zucchini Chocolate Cake
Learn exciting new ingredients like ‘arame’ seaweed: Fresh Corn Salad
Try easily-digested meat dishes: Wild Vension Curry
Go wild with edible weeds: Puha and Sesame Salad
Some notes about our recipes
- T or Tbsp means tablespoon, tsp = teaspoon
- With many recipes nuts and seeds can happily be substituted one for another e.g. almonds instead of sunflower seeds.
- Relax! Most measures are approximate only, especially for vegetables and fruits. That said however, be careful with seasoning measures. Learn to taste and adjust your creation.
- Some recipes may require a piece of equipment you don’t have. Make do with what you have. Textures and consistencies can be varied considerably and still taste delicious.
- Soaking nuts removes natural enzyme inhibitors, making them more digestible and alive. Soak then in plenty of cold water. Sunflower seeds and cashew pieces need at least 3 hours soaking. Larger nuts such as almonds require at least 8 hours. We usually soak them overnight. Drain and rinse before use.
- We write the ingredients in bold to help you see quickly what you need to make each recipe. Does this help? Please let us know