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Welcome to Ascension Kitchen.

Plant Powered Wellness for Body + Soul. 

An online sanctuary to house everything you need to achieve plant based wellness for body and soul. Here you will find:

Plant based, whole foods recipes

Some raw, all free from gluten and refined sugars

herbal wisdom and recipes

Get to know the healing powers of herbs and how to prepare them

Food for the soul

True health is as much about nourishing the soul as it is the body

All of the above are kind to your body, and our earth. A truly conscious approach to health and wellbeing.

Explore the Blog for recipes, remedies and wellness articles. Explore the Store for guides to all things plant-powered. Explore my Wellness Coaching offering if you’d like to go deeper, and be guided on making a plant based diet and lifestyle work for you in overcoming stress and digestive complaints.

Certified Holistic Health Counselor, Raw Foods Chef & Educator,

Bachelor of Natural Medicine (Naturopathy + Herbal Medicine) Candidate (Grad. 2016),
Advanced Diploma Nutritional Medicine Candidate (Grad. 2016).

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The Perfect Bircher (Vegan)

I made up a word – Supersessibles. Accessible super foods. Because whilst all those exotic foods, powders, berries and spices that line the health food store shelves are alluring with their long list of nutritional claims (and to be fair, some of them are actually quite worthwhile taking!), the hefty price tag makes it something […]

6 Jun 2015 | 3 comments | 11 shares

Coconut Rough

Rainy Saturday mornings are my favourite. Hot chai. Blankets. Paper. The perfect end to a busy week. I have an easy recipe to share today – a somewhat hybridised Coconut Rough. Rather than your traditional chocolate-coconut combination, I’ve thrown in some organic fine oats (with great success!). I’ve been loving my oats recently – three […]

23 May 2015 | 9 comments | 8 shares

Perfectionism, and a Raw Feijoa + Kiwifruit Cake for Mother’s Day

I have a confession to make: I am currently suffering from a chronic case of perfectionism. And until I can work through it and move past it, all I can do is lay it on the table and say I’m stuck in a sticky web of my own doing. You see, I’ve been trying to […]

9 May 2015 | 8 comments | 6 shares

Healthy ANZAC Biscuits – Sugar Free

It seems fitting to make some yummy ANZAC biscuits for this year’s ANZAC Centenary on April 25th. I’m hoping to make it to the Dawn service this year too, to pay respects to all our Kiwi and Aussie soldiers who fought and died in Gallipoli. I remember our dear old Uncle Reg, and all his […]

23 Apr 2015 | 7 comments | 5 shares

Homemade Comfrey Ointment for Bruises, Bumps and Scrapes Part 2

About 6 weeks ago I prepared a herbal infused oil, with organic olive oil and dried comfrey leaf and root. Today, I’m sharing how to turn that lovely, rich green infused oil into a healing, antibacterial, antiseptic salve to keep in your home apothecary. Health and wellness extends far beyond the diet, so I love […]

16 Apr 2015 | 1 comment | 6 shares

Healthy Hot Cross Buns

Holy sheeshkabob. Gluten free, dairy free, egg free, refined sugar free Hot Cross Buns. I don’t normally eat bread, mostly because there are far healthier options (gluten free whole grains like quinoa, cooked simply in a little vege stock – yum!). But it’s Easter. And there are buns galore. And I want one. So, disclaimer […]

31 Mar 2015 | 5 comments | 5 shares

Homemade Comfrey Ointment for Bruises, Bumps and Scrapes Part 1

Some of the best remedies come from common weeds. I have a weed called Comfrey growing in my garden – she’s actually quite a beautiful plant – large, soft fuzzy leaves, and purple flowers that curl into a spiral. Comfrey is also called knitbone or boneset – giving away one of its therapeutic uses – helping broken […]

11 Mar 2015 | 3 comments | 6 shares

Olive leaf for viral infections + Avocado and Herb Stuffed Mushrooms

It’s been one of those full on weeks and I’ve been feeling a little bit less than great lately thanks to an annoying viral infection. Oh yeah, that’s right, I’m not a superhuman… Funny how such a small critter like a virus can humble you! It’s just a signal to slow down and amp up […]

7 Mar 2015 | 0 comments | 7 shares


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