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Cook with Jules Blog

Learn to cook with Julie Scrumptious

Welcome to my new website

Thursday, April 13, 2017 Mark Bellew Comments (0)

This is a sample blog post to get you started. I've a couple so that you can see them listed on the home page and in the footer and I've added some with an blog image and some without. You can choose whether to include an image. The blog post list page displays the first 300 characters of your p ..

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There's no G in my G&T, thanks!

Thursday, January 05, 2017 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

If you've been reading my emails and following me on Facebook for a while, then you'll remember reading my 'Back to Basics' series where I vowed to shift unwanted weight that I was reluctantly carrying around in 7 days. Just in case you missed them and you wanted to catch up, click this lin ..

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Reduced Sugar Victoria Sponge Recipe

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

Did you all catch Emily's first post, all about how Lent helped kick her low sugar quest to a start? You can find it here (), if you wanted another read. Today, she brings us something a little different; a delicious Victoria Sponge recipe that's easy to make AND is low in sugar? Coun ..

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How Lent Helped Kick Start My Sugar Free Quest

Tuesday, October 04, 2016 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

I'm so pleased to have the lovely Emily, a Cardiff based small business owner who also juggles working full time, guest blogging about her Sugar Free journey today. There was a Bake Sale for Macmillan Cancer Support and at 10am when it opened, the majority of the office rushed off to ..

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A Guide To Living Off Your Own Garden

Thursday, August 04, 2016 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

I'm really happy to have Joe Thomas from All Green PR, guest blogging for us on a topic close to my heart. Have a read and pick up some tips on how to create your very own clean living vegetable and fruit patch. To see more from Joe here is his website link  ..

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Look what they're eating when we're not watching!

Monday, June 06, 2016 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

What our kids are eating today. A typical morning for me starts off with a walk with my three dogs, where I can breathe in the fresh air and get a bit of exercise done before starting my day. The route that I frequent boasts a skate park where the regulars are teenagers, in particular b ..

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Finding a clean, wholemeal bread recipe

Monday, February 08, 2016 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

Finding a Clean Wholemeal Bread Recipe Giving up sugar is not an easy process for most and one of the most common questions I get asked is “what type of bread can I eat?” I usually offer my seeded loaf recipe which is truly delicious, but it is a bit long winded to make, can be ex ..

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Bring back beetroot!

Friday, November 13, 2015 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

Sadly, I think beetroot has become one of our forgotten vegetables. First cultivated in Roman times, this deliciously sweet crimson ball of loveliness, when cooked correctly is scrumptiously sweet, full of healthy properties and is so versatile it can be used in both sweet and savoury recip ..

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Homemade Sugar Free Tomato Ketchup

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

Homemade sugar free tomato ketchup I have just sat down to enjoy a bread free breakfast; my warm butternut squash and broccoli frittata I made for lunch yesterday. Even though it is now a year and a half since I give up fructose, I still miss tomato ketchup!! As I was eating,  ..

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Jump start your day and your metabolism with a quality protein breakfast

Sunday, October 04, 2015 Julie Sakkas Comments (0)

Jump start your day and your metabolism with a quality protein breakfast When embarking on a low sugar/low carbohydrate lifestyle, I have found that the one meal people tend to struggle with is breakfast. For decades now, people seem to reach for the processed carbohydrate options  ..

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