At some point in our life, we all encounter toxic people and often end up in toxic relationships. Knowing how to deal with narcissists, toxic people and energy-draining vampires whilst in a relationship is mission-critical. A toxic partner will not only drain your energy but completely dismantle you from the inside out if you allow them. Often the manipulation in a relationship can be subtle and before you realize what’s happening, you have lost your sense of self-worth, the love you had for yourself and your personal boundaries have been stamped all over. Watch this video and be prepared for a toxic relationship, or, if you are in one now, take the necessary action and leave the toxic, narcissistic person behind and maybe you will come out of the other side, an elevated human and who grew from the experience and not a mental and emotional mess, a shadow of your former self. Navigate the toxic relationship and exit it now.
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The perfect sauce to go with any pasta dish, it is light and super creamy and will keep in the fridge for 5 days and freeze well if you want to make a big batch.
This recipe makes 4 servings
Equipment needed: blender, chopping board, chefs knife, wooden spoon, saucepan
TOTAL TIME: 10 minutes
The challenge with a vegan carrot cake is to replace the eggs without ending up with a dry, crumbly sponge. This recipe uses psyllium husks (the incredibly high-fibre shells of tiny seeds) to help bind the batter and keep everything deliciously moist. When making the cream cheese frosting be sure to use a brand of vegan cream cheese which isn’t too savoury.
Makes 1 whole cake (12 slices)
Equipment needed: 2 x round cake tins, oven, baking paper, mixing bowl x 2, whisk, measuring jug, sieve, grater, cooling rack, chopping board, chefs knife
TOTAL TIME: 1 hour
Looking for a veggie midweek meal? Try our vegetarian celeriac steak recipe for a super easy low-calorie meal for three
Makes 3 servings
Equipment needed: large saucepan, wooden spoon, chopping board, knife, small skillet/frying pan
TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes
If there’s one dish that can be made in a jiffy (just 15 minutes) and can be served as a starter, an appetiser and a full-blown main dish, it is this Chilli Garlic Mushroom. Its simple recipe comes together so effortlessly quick that it’s a perfect ‘surprise guest visit’ snack.
Equipment needed: large frying pan, chopping board, chefs knife,
TOTAL TIME: 20 MINUTES