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November 2021


Recipe by @bunnyeatsdesign Serves 4  INGREDIENTS: 500 g diced Greenlea beef 3 tbs lemongrass paste 1 tbs tomato paste 2 tbs oil 1 tbs soft brown sugar 4 cloves garlic (minced) 2 cm piece of ginger (peeled and thinly sliced)½ tsp five spice powder 500 ml Restore beef bone broth 1 tbs fish sauce 3 tbs fresh lemon or lime juice  SALAD INGREDIENTS: 150 g dried rice vermicelli noodles 1 cup carrot (grated or julienned) 1

Recipe by Roz McIntosh Serves 1 This beautiful smoothie bowl is the perfect start to a warm summer morning. It includes the goodness of Restore bone broth, along with fresh ginger, mango and passionfruit, and the healthy fats from coconut. INGREDIENTS: 1/2 cup Restore Active Vitality Tonic 1 cup frozen mango 1/2 banana pulp of one passionfruit juice of 2 limes 1 cm slice of fresh ginger 1/4 cup coconut cream METHOD: Heat

Recipe by Roz McIntosh Serves 2 These overnight oats make the perfect breakfast on the go. Make ahead of time and pop into your bag for a quick breakfast on the way to work or school. We love to serve them with an extra dollop of yogurt, nut butter and fresh fruit. INGREDIENTS: 2 cups quick cook oats 1 cup Restore Active Vitality Tonic 2 tsp

Recipe by Roz McIntosh Makes 6-8 crepes These crepes are simply revolutionary. Soaking the buckwheat and lentils overnight removes any phytic acid and lectins and increases nutrient density. Blended with bone broth and eggs, you have a protein packed, gluten free, tender crepe, ready to fill with any number of ingredients; savoury or sweet. INGREDIENTS: 3/4 cup Restore Chicken Broth 3/4 cup buckwheat groats 1/4 cup

Recipe by Roz McIntosh Serves 2 This is a gorgeous refreshing summer drink. Spice to your liking and enjoy all the gut loving benefits of bone broth, with or without vodka. INGREDIENTS: 400 ml Restore Beef Broth 150 ml tomato puree Tabasco to taste Splash Lea and Perrins juice of 1 lemon salt and pepper 4 shots vodka (optional) ice GARNISH: Lemon wedge Fresh celery or chives Salt and pepper METHOD: Heat the broth in a saucepan

Recipe by Emma Ong Everyone loves a beef curry made with store-bought Japanese curry mix! It is delicious and comforting. However, it takes very little time to make your own curry mix from scratch to eliminate some of the unnecessary ingredients. Pair this belly-warming dish with homemade crunchy pickles and rice. INGREDIENTS: 500 g Greenlea brisket 1 Cup Restore Beef Bone Broth 1 large sweet