A typically oil-laden wheat-filled Malaysian dish gets a low-FODMAP makeover.
Known to many as the holy grail of fermented foods, sauerkraut can be made simple.
Roasting most of the vegetables together in the oven for this meal in a bowl keeps the fuss factor to a minimum.
Here’s my fuss-free spin on aloo gobi: the Indian potato-and-cauliflower dish.
Once you’ve sprouted some chickpeas, you can quickly whip up this easier-to-digest hummus.
Spiced with wintry warmers like cinnamon and nutmeg, this sweet loaf makes a nutritious breakfast or snack.
Not only does this delicious moussey treat comprise just two ingredients; it also takes two minutes to make.
A classic salad gets a drastic makeover – all in the name of eating with the seasons and for good gut health.
Squeezing a vegetable into a sweet yet nutritious breakfast can be as easy as (pumpkin) pie.