I thought it was time for a YouTube update. Whilst I don’t upload as much as I would like (editing seems to take forEVER!) I’ve been trying to invest a bit more of my creative energy into this little channel. Quick ‘n’ easy recipes work best for this medium (in my opinion) – then again, I’m basing that purely on my own short attention span when it comes to online recipe vids. So, because of that, I’ve attempted to keep the dishes straightforward but would love some feedback on whether you would indeed like more involved recipes – totally open to suggestions so fire away.
My aim is to upload one video a week … they’ll vary between the book and blog with a smattering of super healthy dishes – and not so healthy because, hey, that’s life. I’m really excited about building this platform not only because YouTube has a growing vibrant community but also because I happen to be an obsessive viewer myself. In case you’re interested a few of my favourite channels include Mr.Kate, BeautyCrush, Alli Cherry, Niomi Smart, Nutrition Stripped and Shameless Maya … oh, and, of course, I love Mr.Oliver’s wonderful FoodTube channel too.
My latest recipe is for Homemade Hazelnut Milk but there’s also a recipe for my Carrot Cake Bites and Macaro-no Cheese on the channel too – enjoy! And before I forget, please do ‘like’, ‘subscribe’ and ‘share’.
Hey Guys, just checking in to let you know that I’ve reignited my YouTube channel (feel free to Subscribe) – it’s certainly been a long time coming! As you are probably aware it’s been a difficult few weeks but we are mustering on as best as we can. For me that means putting my Dad on an uber strict cancer-fighting vegan diet that contains no sugar, virtually no wheat and gluten and placing a huge emphasis on wholefoods.
So far, it’s going well (despite the Hospital’s best efforts to feed him Beef Goulash and Tongue Salad… I kid you not!) and I’ve been able to adapt lots of my recipes from the ‘Keep it Vegan’ cookbook. For oil, I’ve been subbing out the sunflower for coconut and if I’m making a dressing, I opt for flaxseed oil due to it’s incredible omega containing qualities. It’s Alkaline all the way baby.
Obviously I’m not saying this is some kind miracle-cure but going by the enormous amount of research we been conducting over here in the Carlin household, diet, lifestyle and a positive outlook do play a huge part in staving off any further tumour growth. Stay tuned for more updates on the plan I will be drawing up for my Dad. We’re fighting this battle with food not fear and by golly we’re determined to win.