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I don’t intentionally eat a lot of vegetarian and vegan dishes, as I love all meat. However, sometimes if I’m on a particularly tight budget one week, vegetarian and vegan options can often work out a little cheaper.

I’ve experimented with curries in the past and never managed to achieve the same diverse taste and moist texture like those from the local curry house. Albeit, the common purchased curry has often been made by an experienced chef and includes richer ingredients that often increase the saturated fat content of the dish.

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In theme with my recent post about Colombian Cuisine i experienced on my travels, one of my favourite parts was the access to the best avocados that I have ever ate. Not only were they consistently ripe and about four times the size to those we find in the UK, they cost $1,000 PESO, which is the equivalent of 35p. Compare this to the minuscule £1.50 avocados we have to choose from in the local supermarkets, I most definitely made the most of it while on my travels.

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Today’s post is little different and rather than my usual recipe post, I wanted to let you know about my attitude to health. When I think about health, I think more than the body but the importance of your mind as well, which I discuss throughout this post. Before you go any further, I don’t intend to offend or upset anyone, but this is simply my opinion from my own experiences.

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