Five Plant-Based Alternatives to Daily Meals – from Jordan Brogan, Head Chef of Alibi
With its vegan high tea and impossibly indulgent plant-based bar menu – think vegan chicken burgers and mac‘n’...Read more
We’ve put together four cafe-grade recipes for hot drinks to make at home. The method for all of these is the same simple process: add the dry ingredients to a cup, heat the milk, combine and then stir in the sweetener.
A healthy hot chocolate is not, we maintain, an oxymoron. Cacao is high in potassium and magnesium, and cacao flavanols have been found to improve cognitive function and improve heart health  – win, win, win.
The anti-inflammatory benefits of turmeric have long been lauded , but unless we’re eating regular curries, it can be difficult to fit in the recommended intake.
Traditionally used by Buddhist monks to aid concentration and mental harmony during meditation , Matcha is a good alternative to coffee because of its high-caffeine content.
Unless you’re buying from a brand like Miks Chai, pre-made Chai is generally packed with sugar. This recipe is easier to make than tea-based chai, and adding extra maple syrup is entirely endorsed.