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what I've seen recentlyI made this dinner last week and haven't stopped thinking about how good it was! I just threw together what I had in the fridge and now it's become an official #vegan recipe! The #pesto adds a real decadence, plus an extra hit of #protein as I had a long swim this afternoon. #plantbased #eatclean #healthyfood #begoodtoyourselfThese epic haystacks dotted around the fields at the moment are such a part of my childhood. The memory of these epic structures that I believed had life and would move whenever we weren't looking! #nature #memories #walk #fields #walking #outdoors #farmingA lovely fresh batch of #homemade #cashewmilk 😋 Gone are the days of having to nip to the shops when you discover the milk has gone sour. Now I just get the blender out! Being #vegan has many benefits! #plantbased
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Monthly Archives: March 2013
I’m in the bedroom, packing – two days until my flight. I’m filling with familiar sensations. As my body is about to be relocated, it grips the life I’ve been living and through this act I see everything close up: … Continue reading
I was nine when a new games mistress arrived at my school. She was a grey-haired woman, although she wasn’t old; I could tell because her eyebrows were black. Her bum was boxlike, giving an impression of very little waist. … Continue reading