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Bone broth is also hydrophilic which means it attracts water and digestive enzymes, thus aiding digestion. There are many cultures around the world which have used stocks and bone broths for medicinal purposes for centuries.
It was with much excitement that I plated up and took my first couple of mouthfuls. Spicy but delicious. So delicious in fact that I set to on Our Lord God Google to see if I could find the recipe. It took me a few minutes to track it down on a cookery site, mainly because I was also still filling my face ... which was starting to feel a tad warmer ...
Let your little ones help you make this impressive cake for a special birthday party
This chocolate cake looks tricky to make but is simply a sponge cake, creatively cut and decorated with chocolate buttons
Oh my word I've never seen so many herbs in the garden! This spell of warm wet weather has sent everything into a growing frenzy. The rocket is living up to its name - 'wild'. The parsley is going to need mowing if it grows another inch.
If you're going to make roast potatoes, make them right. Crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside with a rustic flavour. Here's my top tips and favourite recipe for the ultimate roast potatoes!
Falafel is a tasty treat made from chickpeas and a shed load of herbs and spices. The Middle Eastern delicacy can be pretty
Bacon and egg McMuffins are one of McDonalds' greatest gifts to the world - particularly when you're nursing a sore head
Move over soya milk, there's a new kid on the block. Almond milk is crazy-delicious and favoured by the likes of hipsters
It might sound like a ball-ache to make, but guacamole is actually super simple to whip up from scratch. And fellow foodies