Kitchen Encounters with Sally Beare

Take a glimpse into the kitchens of the experts! We asked our favourite nutritional experts to share with us their top 4 store cupboard staples and their go-to rustle-up suppers.

My kitchen staples

  • Extra Virgin olive oil, for drizzling
  • Garlic, to add to anything I can
  • Ground almonds, for pancakes and healthy bakes
  • Japanese green tea leaves, to make several mugfuls a day

My quick rustle-up supper

Black beans in baked potato or on a corn tortilla, with sour cream, guacamole and fresh coriander.

sally beare fave meal

Sally Beare, dip BCNH, CNHC

Sally is a Bristol-based nutritional therapist. As well as seeing clients she is a regular columnist for Juno magazine, has given workshops on nutrition in schools, lectured at the UK College of Nutrition and Health, and written three books: The Live-Longer Diet, 50 Secrets of the World’s Longest-Living People, and The Stacking Plan.

Sally is hosting a talk for Wild Oats on her Stacking Plan approach in July, as part of the Health Connects Lecture series.

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