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How to ‘Eat Like You Love Yourself’ with Ayurveda Expert Chara Carruthers!

How to ‘Eat Like You Love Yourself’ with Ayurveda Expert Chara Carruthers!

Kate Parker | January 18, 2019


This summer our favourite Ayurvedic practice guru, Chara Carruthers, launched her book ‘Eat Like You Love Yourself’. We’re sure you’re going to want to get this onto your bookshelf ASAP!

Chara Carruthers Eat Like You Love YourselfMany of our readers will already know and love Chara’s work with us writing fantastic blogs, creating engaging videos and doing super informative Live chats with our online community at The Wholefood Collective Community.

Chara’s work has seen her travel the world inspiring women to live juicier, more connected lives by embracing yoga & Ayurvedic practices. She’s a certified Yoga Therapist, a graduate of the American Institute of Vedic Studies, The International Academy of Ayurveda & Kera Ayurveda Academy. Chara has developed a strong practice which translates the ancient principles found in Ayurveda & Yoga to modern living, all with a big dose of self-love.

So, now you know all about Chara, what about the book?!


Eat Like You Love Yourself

Eat Like You Love Yourself Sample Pages

How fabulous is this sentiment? Here at TWC we often go with the mantra of fuelling our bodies, rather than filling them, when we talk about food choices. Chara takes it one step further by acknowledging that each time we eat is an opportunity to show your body appreciation for the way it carries you through life.

In this book she helps readers to tie in the practices of eating well, eating in season in accordance with Ayurvedic theories and listening to your body to nourish it as well as you can.

Not only that but there are over 110 delicious, healthy and easy to make recipes for every eater, every meal and every season!


The book also includes:

→Guidelines for seasonal living and tips for incorporating self-care and healthy eating into your day.

→Detailed information about the energetics and healing qualities of more than 200 cooking ingredients, and recipes for alleviating common issues with the foods and herbs in your kitchen.

→Guidance for setting up your own Ayurvedic pantry and what to restock it with from season to season.

→Quizzes and questionnaires to help you discover your true nature and current states of mind-body balance.

→PLUS exclusive links to BONUS audio and video content including tutorials, reference guides, and Ayurvedic product and information resources!

Eat Like You Love Yourself Carrot Halva

Chara wants to help you discover the ancient secret to an energized and grounded body, glowing skin, resilient digestion and enduring vitality… that has been in your kitchen all along.

So if you’re ready for practical wisdom in a way that empowers, inspires and delights the mind, body and taste buds look no further & find Chara’s book ‘Eat Like You Love Yourself’ ready and waiting for you on her website now!


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Load Up Your Lunchboxes in 2019 With These 10 Muesli Bar Superstars!

Load Up Your Lunchboxes in 2019 With These 10 Muesli Bar Superstars!

Kate Parker | January 16, 2019


This 2019 we’re committed to additive-free lunch boxes, steering clear of those supermarket snack aisles, but we don’t think that needs to be a huge hassle when it comes to recess options!

We’ve compiled some of our absolutely favourite muesli bar recipes to hit our blog for you to find your favourite too.

And when there’s absolutely no time for homemade keep a few of our favourite protein bars in the pantry to tide you over. Choose from chocolate, chocolate peppermint or coconut flavours!

Healthy No Bake Muesli Bars

Pack in the Protein With These Tasty Chocolate Peanut Butter Hemp Protein Bars

Raspberry Coconut Slice

Get Lunchbox Ready With These Easy Nut-Free No Bake Muesli Bars

Sweeten Your Lunchbox with this Chocolate Caramel Muesli Bar Slice

Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal

Indulge Your Sweet Tooth with These Nutrient Packed Bubble Bars!

Fruit Crumble Muesli Bars Make For a Sweet Lunchbox!

Easy Treats With This Gluten-Free Chocolate Coconut No-Bake Cake

Replace Additive Laden LCMS with These Chewy Caramel Rice Bars


If you or your kids don’t have a sweet tooth, go for something completely different and make this life-changing sweet potato & buckwheat bread, spread it with delicious cashew cheese to take it up a notch!


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Make Sure You’ve Packed All Our Favourite Camping Essentials This Summer!

Make Sure You’ve Packed All Our Favourite Camping Essentials This Summer!

Kate Parker | December 30, 2018


Summer is the time to hit the road and head camping with the family, but you don’t need to let your healthy whole foods eating slide while you’re on the road. All it takes is a little organization & preparation to ensure your family is fuelling up well!


Snack Time

No summer camping trip is complete without some quality snacks. We love our snacks here at TWC, but we always want to make sure we’re fuelling our bodies instead of just filling them.

Dried FruitsWalnut Stuffed Dates

Satisfy your sweet tooth with a selection of our dried fruits. From our classic Aussie sultanas and apricots to sugar-free cranberries, incaberries, mango cheeks, figs, Medjool dates and dried bananas. Not only are these all awesome to have in your pantry (and on your camping trips) for snacking, but they also are fantastic for adding flavour to easy breakfasts like porridge and muesli, tossing together with some nuts and seeds for a trail mix or whizzing up into some bliss balls before you hit the road.

Does all that sound like a lot of effort? Grab and go with some of these clean-eating vegan protein bars, made with all natural ingredients, a delicious choc-mint flavour, and you KNOW they pass our rigorous 4-step ingredient check! Want some more flavours? We’ve got vegetarian coconut or chocolate as well!


Something Savoury

Your Crackersbrown rice bites

We don’t all crave sweet & fruity treats. So something savoury to snack on is always a plus when camping. It’s hard to resist the crunch of treats like rice cakes and rice crackers. But try to resist munching on them on their own. Add homemade dips like hummus, pesto or baba ganouj or some simple avocado, tahini and tomato slices to add protein and healthy fats to your snack, making it a filling, nutrient-dense treat!

Our brown rice cakes are a great canvas to create a mid-morning snack on. Go with original salted flavour, or salt-free, inject a little extra flavour with tamari, or pump up the protein with quinoa. 

For in the evening when the washing up has been finished whip out a pack of brown rice crackers to have with your favourite dip! Choose between brown rice crackers with chia for an extra protein & fibre boost or our favourite Japanese flavours in green crackers with green tea and seaweed.

Want an easy snackable bite when there’s no dips or rice cake toppers in sight? Try our new rice bites! These tasty snacks from Ceres Organics come in three great flavours including sea-salt, sour cream & chives & coconut.


Something NuttyAlmonds

Nuts are the ultimate snack food for a burst of energy and protein on a busy day on the campsite! Add some tamari almondsroasted almonds, mixed raw nuts or paleo mix to your next order for a quick and easy bite, or select all your favourites from our choice of raw almondscashews, pecans, and walnuts. 

Want something nutty that’s not a nut at all? Chewy tiger nuts actually a tuber, and a fantastic prebiotic snack!


Get Poppin’!

Camp Fire PopcornNothing is better than freshly popped popcorn for some campfire fun! We love popping our kernels in coconut oil to impart delicious coconut richness and topping with nutritional yeast for a cheesy flavour!


Canned Goodies

Canned foods are your friend when camping. They can survive getting banged around and don’t require refrigeration.

We love keeping tomato passata on hand to make a quick and easy campfire pasta that the kids will love, mixed beans to toss with fresh veggies like tomato and avocado for a simple and filling lunch and coconut milk & cream to liven up a campfire curry, or stir through chia seeds to make an easy chia pudding.


Pack it All UpCheeki Double Stacker Lunch Box

Ever since we’ve brought in the amazing Cheeki range of zero-waste products we’ve been LOVING how versatile they are! Their coffee mugs are perfect for ensuring your campsite cuppa doesn’t get spilt, the whole family can manage their hydration with their fantastic drink bottles ranging in size from 1 Litre, 750mL & 500mL and their fantastic stainless steel boxes are perfect for packing up your trail mixes, oats, nuts and seeds and dried fruits to hit the road with – these come in a great range of sizes with hungry max, the double stack and a 500mL everyday lunchbox.



What are your camping essentials? Share them with us in the comments!

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A Very Vegan Christmas Menu!

A Very Vegan Christmas Menu!

Kate Parker | December 19, 2018



Christmas ImagePlant-based eating is becoming more and more popular, whether on a part-time basis or a full-time commitment, and there’s no reason to stop in the Christmas season! There are so many festive, delicious Christmas creations that are healthy and vegan that you can add to your Christmas menu to make your plant-based Christmas a breeze. I’ve come up with some top tips for an awesome vegan Christmas and a menu loaded with freshness and indulgence that your guests are sure to love!

My top tips for a great vegan Christmas


1. Visit your local farmers market or independent grocer to grab all your favourite seasonal produce. Having all your favourites on hand will get you excited to get you creating in the kitchen.

2. Pick veggies and fruit that are fresh and vibrant in colour! Particularly look for reds and greens in spring beets, red capsicums, mixed heritage tomatoes, zucchinis, kiwis, dragonfruit and more!

3. Dress your salads with style. Simple oil and vinegar is good for everyday greens, but make sure your Christmas salads sing! Use fresh citrus and herbs for winning dressings.

4. You’d be nuts not include nuts. Your guests will thank you for creating dishes that are loaded with the textures and flavours that nuts can provide. We love soaking cashews and almonds for decadent cheeses and desserts.

5. Make texture and flavour combos a focus in every dish! Do you have a combination of silky, crunchy, creamy, crisp? Find ways to balance sweet with salty, sour and bitter too!

6. Make sure every dish is finished with finesse. Keep fresh herbs on hand to scatter, pomegranate seeds, fruit slices, toasted seeds and crushed nuts will all make your garnishes divine.

7. Be generous! Everyone loves eating leftovers on boxing day, so fill up those platters and make the day after Christmas an easy one to manage.


My Christmas Menu Ideas


People want to snack right away when they arrive, so make sure there are ample bowls of nuts, fresh veggies chopped up for crudite (think carrots, radish, capsicum, cucumber), and homemade crackers. Create some dips like beetroot dip, labneh dip, and pomegranate guacamole.

Starters and Sides

Lots of colourful side dishes make the table look fantastic. We love everything stuffed, shredded, baked and piled high on the starters menu.


Create a great centerpiece like a delicious nut loaf or whole roasted head of cauliflower to stun! Surround it with fresh sides.


Make the most of Aussie summer fruits! Create a raw cheesecake or tarts, layer your favourite summer fruits, or even go all out and attempt a watermelon cake with coconut cream frosting.


Want me to recommend some great Christmas dishes to make your Christmas bright? I’ve got you covered 😉


My Christmas Menu


Guacamole Baby

It’s summer in Australia, and that means avocado season! Get dipping with season’s best and make it sparkle with gorgeous pomegranate gems!

Get the recipe here.


A dip that can’t be beet!

Christmas beet hummus dip recipe
Dip it good! Check out the gorgeous Christmas colours in this beet dip! Make this dip with fresh or pickled beetroots, whichever is your preference. We’ve got organic chickpeas in stock which are perfect for a bulk cook up to make hummus, chickpea poppers and salads. 

Get the recipe here. 

Lucious Labneh

Coconut yoghurt labneh recipe vegan

You don’t need to miss out on something cheesy and creamy in a Christmas menu! Make dairy-free labneh using coconut yoghurt. Start from scratch even by using the Kultured Wellness kit to make your own coyo!

Get the recipe here.


Almond Feta
Maple Candied Nuts
Spiced Chickpea Kale Cashew Mix


Holy shitake these stuffed mushrooms are good

Pesto stuffed mushrooms vegan recipe
Who doesn’t love a delectable, dainty little mouthful? These pesto stuffed mushrooms are super quick to make and all set to impress! Macadamias give the pesto an extra Aussie feel, and up the creaminess, and you can get your pesto loaded with umami flavour from nutritional yeast.

Find the recipe here

Tasty terrine

Vegan cashew terrine

Serve this terrine as a unique Christmas treat. Enjoy the creamy richness from the cashew cream and celebrate the very best of summer freshness with the beautiful summer crops included in this dish. Zucchini, eggplant and red capsicum all take you right to a stunning Medditeranean summer and are fantastic produce to celebrate this time of year. 

Find the recipe here


Roll up for these gorgeous involtini rolls!

Eggplant involtini rolls vegan recipe

Stun your guests with these absolutely beautiful eggplant involtini rolls with cashew ricotta filling! Make the best of summer with food that your guests will want to pile high on their plates.

Find the recipe here.


Summer Salads

Summer vegan salads recipes

Get all your salads sorted! Make the best of beautiful summer produce with this trio of heavenly salads and bright Christmas colours. This trip includes a fresh garden pesto & zucchini noodle salad, zesty springtime dill, radish and kohlrabi salad with a yoghurt dressing and a fruity, creamy quinoa salad bursting with nectarines and almond feta. 

Find the recipes here.

Scrumptious Stuffing

Mushroom Vegan Stuffing Christmas RecipeFeeling more traditional? We can’t go past this yummy mushroom stuffing from Jamie!

Find the recipe here.

Beetroot & Spinach Salad with Creamy Cashew Dressing
Lemony Millet Salad with Spinach and Corn
Jewelled Persian Rice Salad
Strawberry Avocado & Candied Pecan Salad
Gluten Free Baked Christmas Stuffing


So Cauli Maybe

Whole Roasted Cauliflower Vegan Recipe Christmas.

Mains are all about that show stopper, and gone are the days of a huge ham, pork roast or turkey being the only options going! Celebrate incredible Aussie produce and make yours a whole roasted cauliflower. I LOVE the look of this one with delicious lemon and mustard flavours, a glistening sheen and a light dusting of herbs. Your guests won’t be able to resist this succulent treat.

Find the recipe here.


Go nuts for lentil and walnut loaf

Lentil and Walnut Loaf Vegan Christmas Main Recipe

Are you ready for the ultimate nut and lentil loaf?! We’re in love with this absolute winner from Oh She Glows. This centrepiece with a delicious mushroom gravy will be a star of your Christmas table. 

Find the recipe here!


Cinnamon Roasted Carrots with Tahini Yoghurt & Dukkah
Pumpkin Pies with Coconut Chickpea Pastry


Oh No Raweos!

Whole foods raw vegan raweo oreo cookie recipe

Christmas is all about making those special treats that you don’t take the time to make the rest of the year. These salted caramel raweos are fussy, and do take more than a little time in the kitchen to create, but they’ll absolutely win your guests over! Delicious raw chocolate cookies filled with a gooey salted caramel centre. What’s not to love?

Find the recipe here.

Lemon & Blueberry Raw Vegan Cheesecake!

Raw vegan blueberry and lemon cheesecake recipe

Make the best of those fresh summer flavours with this raw cheesecake. Fancy something more Christmassy? Switch out the blueberries for cherries!

Find the recipe here.

Labneh, Grilled Figs & Berries with a Spiced Rosewater Syrup
Mango Macadamia Bliss Balls
No Bake Chocolate Tart
No Compound-Chocolate Chocolate Cake
Pistachio & Rosewater Raw Vegan Cheesecake
Salted Caramel Bliss Balls
Sweet Potato & Walnut Brownies


And that’s a wrap! After 10 years of veganism I’m still surprised by the “but WHAT DO YOU EAT?” question, and this has always been amplified by Christmas where all the traditional Aussie grub is about animal products.
I’m always so excited to share the HUGE range of possibilities when we extend our imaginations to highlighting plant foods, with 30,000+ edible plants in the world the possibilities are endless on special occasions!




Deck Your Table with This Strawberry Rocket Avocado Salad with Candied Pecans for Christmas

Deck Your Table with This Strawberry Rocket Avocado Salad with Candied Pecans for Christmas

Kate Parker | December 11, 2018


Serve up this fresh and zingy salad full of special elements with your Christmas lunch!

Prep as much of it as you can ahead of time by making the caramelized pecans up to a week ahead and storing in an airtight jar in the pantry and the salad dressing up to 24hrs ahead of serving. Rinse greens and slice up strawberries and avocado just before serving, then toss all ingredients together with dressing, setting aside pecans to top with so they stay crispy.


IngredientsStrawberry Avocado Pecan Rocket Salad Christmas Vegan

1 bag of baby rocket, washed and drained
1 punnet of strawberries, sliced
1 avocado, sliced
1 cup pecans
2 tbsp rice malt syrup
Pinch of salt

Juice of 1 lime
2 tbsp olive oil
Salt & pepper




1. Heat a wide based fry pan on low heat and add rice malt syrup. When it becomes runny add pecans and stir to coat and add a good pinch of quality salt.

2. Caramelize over low heat for 10-15 minutes, or until you notice the syrup caramelizing to form toffee strands forming and all the nuts coming together into one large mass.

3. Turn off the heat and press with a spoon to flatten out and separate as much as possible.

4. Put aside to cool completely, separate as needed once the toffee has set.

5. While nuts are caramelizing make the dressing by adding all ingredients to a small jar and shaking to emulsify & pop in the fridge.

6. Slice avocado and strawberries and toss with rocket and dressing.

7. Place into a salad dish and top with pecans.


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