Stew peas is a popular, hearty and tasty Jamaican dish. Traditionally, it's made with either pig’s tail, salted beef or oxtail. This version is suitable for vegans without sacrificing any of the flavour! The kidney beans, also called red peas, are a great source of plant-based protein. They’re rich in various minerals, vitamins, fibre, antioxidants, and … Continue reading Stew Peas + Spinners
Anxiety looks different for everyone. It’s often thought of a something that only affects the mind, but anxiety can be experienced as a variety of physical symptoms. When these physical symptoms persist for a long time, it can understandably be worrying and mistaken for other medical conditions. People can go through months of hospital visits, … Continue reading Physical Signs of Anxiety
A delicious and hearty soup inspired by the Rastafarian diet. No need to peel your veg, just give them a good wash and chuck them all in the pan to cook. Tasty food for the mind, body and soul. About Ital Food Believe it or not, Jamaican food doesn’t end at jerk chicken… Ever heard … Continue reading Ital Soup
This colourful dish can be eaten hot or cold, making it great as a Sunday meal prep and lunch box option. It's low fat, high fibre and packed with vitamins and minerals. I've used warm caribbean flavours to spice up this dish; don't be afraid to adjust the seasoning and dressing to make it your … Continue reading Jerk Spiced Squash & Black Bean Quinoa
Talking therapy is to the mind what exercise is to the body. It doesn't need to be something you frantically reach for when things start to go wrong. Ongoing maintenance and engagement with your mental wellbeing can help you thrive in all areas of life. There are many types of therapy. For certain problems and … Continue reading Talking Therapy: A Quick Guide.