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ANTONIA X GALLINEE – PREBIOTIC PORRIDGE

ANTONIA X GALLINEE – PREBIOTIC PORRIDGE

I find it rather insulting to give people a recipe to such a simple porridge, but it is really to highlight the ease of including prebiotic ingredients in your diet. Porridge is the perfect canvas for different flavours and toppings and the combination of banana, coconut and nut butter tastes… Read More

- By mathilde
ANTONIA X GALLINEE – NUT & SEED LOAF

ANTONIA X GALLINEE – NUT & SEED LOAF

There are lots of versions of this « paleo » loaf, caveman style it doesn’t use floor or grains with a thick nutty texture instead. Psyllium husks, are little seed husks and act as the glue for the loaf without any gluten or eggs binding the recipe. You can find it at… Read More

- By mathilde
ANTONIA X GALLINEE – GRAB&GO BREAKFAST POT

ANTONIA X GALLINEE – GRAB&GO BREAKFAST POT

This is the kind of breakfast I make for when I’m running out the door, usually on a weekday morning when I’m rushing to clinic to see clients. It takes two minutes to make and is full of nutritional omegas and healthy fats. I always emphasise how important it is… Read More

- By mathilde
ANTONIA X GALLINEE – BIBIMBAP, KOREAN RICE BOWL WITH KIMCHI

ANTONIA X GALLINEE – BIBIMBAP, KOREAN RICE BOWL WITH KIMCHI

Bibimbap literally means “mixed rice” and is usually served as a bed of rice, topped with a vibrant collection of cooked vegetables, beef and finished off with a glossy fried egg. All stirred through thoroughly with gusto before eating. It really is a dish to be shared, savour the preparation… Read More

- By esther
ANTONIA X GALLINEE | ROASTED PEARS WITH HONEY & PECANS

ANTONIA X GALLINEE | ROASTED PEARS WITH HONEY & PECANS

It’s fairly difficult to create a prebiotic dessert, as sugar doesn’t necessarily support our gut microbiome to the best ability. I’ve therefore opted for honey as it’s richer, characteristic flavour allows us to use a little less sugar in our sweet treats but still get that satisfying taste. Pears are… Read More

- By mathilde