This season we are introducing three wholesome and delicious new dishes that we created in consultation with Sam Bloom.

Overnight oats with toasted buckwheat, apple and almond butter – a blood sugar balancing dairy free breakfast supporting a healthy brain and a happy gut.

A high protein and blood sugar balancing start to the day.  We soak the oats over night so they are more digestible for you and they become more easily absorbed by the gut whilst feeding the brain. Oats are a source of slow release carbohydrate and dietary fibre, and combined with our homemade almond butter they make a great brain boosting start to the day. This breakfast is also topped with pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds and apple, making it full of antioxidants, zinc magnesium and dietary fibre. Naturally occurring sugars also prevent any blood sugar spikes and are less aggravating on the gut.

Roasted and raw vegetables with wild rice and green goddess dressing – a grain free salad full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory foods

Try our new rainbow salad that maxes out our intake of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients. Every colour offers a variety of vitamins, minerals and micro-nutrients that support natural immunity and mental well-being. Cauliflower is a great source of B vitamins and vitamin K that boosts brain function and concentration. Sweet potato is full of beta-carotene made even more easily absorbable with the good fats in our green-goddess dressing. With a squeeze of lemon that adds taste and is naturally activating with Vitamin C (particularly to the greens), and of course garlic that is anti-microbial and supports our immune system.

Sweet potato cake, pickled cabbage, beetroot and jalapeno aioli on a wholemeal roll

Slow releasing carbs for a post-exercise energy hit, made with root vegetables and brown rice. This lunch, also available without the bun, has low GI and is an alkalising source of protein in the fermented tofu and tahini. Tahini is also an excellent source of Vitamin E.

Find out more about Bloom Nutrition here.



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