I love blogs. They are a brilliant way to get excited about food, eat seasonally and embrace new recipes - even if you don't follow them to a tee! I like them for the fresh ideas they give me and these are some of my favourites:
My New Roots - Canadian born Sarah Britton lives in Copenhagen. She is a Holistic Nutritionist, talented cook and a natural writer with a 'rye' sense of humour and an eye for beautiful photographs. Sarah likes to follow a whole food diet but is flexible and never dogmatic. Her recipes look and taste beautiful.
My Darling Lemon Thyme - Kiwi Emma Galloway lives in Perth Australia. Having a daughter with food allergies she started blogging to help other families with the same problems. A lovely personal, family oriented blog with simple seasonal recipes & stories.
Green Kitchen Stories - David and Luisa are a talented couple from the Northern Hemisphere who between them invent recipes and photograph food and their surroundings. They've published two cookbooks, the most recent documenting their travels around South East Asia with their 2 children and the recipes invented along the way. A lovely, inspiring blog. Deliciously Ella - London based Ella started her blog a few years ago after being diagnosed with an illness. She talks about how she radically changed her diet and turned her life around and shares what helped her. She has great ideas, heaps of enthusiasm and lots of really accessible recipes and recommendations if you're ever in London.
Testimonial Having had many issues with my health since I was a child and seeing too many health practitioners to even begin to count, I've gotten pretty good at spotting the good ones. Nellie is definitely one of those good ones. She is one of those incredible and rare practitioners who truly lives what she talks about, her years of experience and passion for health shines through the quality of her work. I can't recommend Nellie enough; you can be assured that you're getting the best quality information and guidance from a true professional and leader in her field. Megan May, founder Little bird organics