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A happy tummy equals a happy me

I don't like the taste of the herb teas on the market, even the ones claiming to be made with organic produce.

I have always struggled to find flavours which work well together and actually most teas end up tasting the same or are too sharp or sweet or do not taste of anything at all. For me a herb tea is not just about the taste but also the effect that the blends of spices and herbs have on my body. What are they doing for me and can I use them to help heal and nourish my body? After all if we are putting  something into our bodies, we should be using this as an opportunity to put goodness in.

The Happy Tummy tea is just that. The blend of spices and herbs make my tummy happy. Of course it is not a miracle cure but it certainly helps me on those days when I know I have had a stressful day or I know that my tummy is jut not happy.

If you have tried my tea please leave me your thoughts.
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Meera's Broccoli and Spinach Soup 🍲

This thick creamy soup will soon be a family favourite, with a perfect blend of spices.

Ingredients
* 215 g Onion
* 3 cloves Garlic
* 120 g Red pepper
* 300 g Broccoli
* 100 g Spinach
* 1.5 l Stock or bone broth
* 1 tsp Ground black pepper
* 1 tsp Himalayan salt
* 2 tsp Paprika
* 1 tsp Dried red chilli flakes
* 130 g cashew nuts

How to make
* Soak the cashew nuts in hot water for up to three hours.
* Slice the onion, garlic and red pepper and add them to a large hot saucepan with some water. Stir for 30 seconds.
* Add all the other ingredients, except the nuts, to the pan.
* Drain the cashew nuts and add them to the pan too.
* Place a lid on the saucepan and allow the contents to simmer for around 15 minutes, or until the broccoli has cooked.
* Remove the saucepan from the heat and allow it to cool slightly before pouring the contents into a blender.
* Blend the mixture to create a smooth, thick soup.

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