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British Flowers Week

To celebrate British Flowers Week, we caught up with Little Bud, a new fresh and fair flower subscription service, offering ethically sourced flowers. We love their whimsical style and dedication to supporting Fair Trade flower farms. We met up with the founders, Georgie and Laura, to find out how they came to start Little Bud and their mission to reduce the floral industry's carbon footprint.   Tell us about your typical day... Georgie: I'll arrive at our flower studio to see the rest of the Little Bud team early in the day. I may kick off the morning speaking with some of our wonderful British flower growers, seeing how the weather is affecting their crop and planning what flowers to have...

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National Smile Month with Peppersmith

To celebrate National Smile Month, we got in touch with Peppersmith, who make mints, gum and pastilles made from xylitol, a natural sweetener found in birch trees. Peppersmith have kindly written this post for us to shed some light on xylitol and tell us about the benefits it can provide for teeth. They are also kindly giving away a box of their mints with all Wild Child orders placed during National Smile Month, which are suitable for little foodies aged 3 years and over.       We take lots of care to look after our family's health by eating the right food, doing regular exercise and getting plenty of sleep, but where does our teeth’s health come into all this?  At...

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The Story of Our Meat & Poultry

At Wild Child, we take huge pride in working closely with our suppliers, and strive towards being as transparent as we can about where our produce comes from. After introducing you to Langridge, our fruit and vegetable supplier, we wanted to tell you about our meat and poultry.  The Rhug Estate is made up of two Welsh farms; Corwen in Denbighshire and Ty Mawre on the Gwynedd coast in North Wales. What makes Rhug so special is that across both of these farms, their livestock is reared solely on organic grains and pastures. This means that no pesticides or chemicals are used anywhere on the farm. Between Corwen and Ty Mawre farm, the Rhug Estate produces organic Aberdeen Angus Beef, Welsh Lamb, Welsh Salt...

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5 Questions with Mini Yoga

We were so happy to meet Naomi from Mini Yoga, a wonderful company offering children's yoga and storytelling workshops in South West London. We met up with Naomi to find out more about how she juggles two little ones and her yoga practice. Tell us about your typical day... My day normally starts at 6.30am when I'm woken up by Francesca (2) and Ralph (6). Breakfast is a big bowl of porridge with warm lemon juice for the grown ups and milk for the little ones. I teach a mini yoga class three mornings a week, which Francesca comes along to. Her favourite yoga pose is three legged dog! Lunch is often homemade veggie soup with carrots and hummus. Francesca has a nap in...

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Turmeric Spice Pancakes

Makes 5-7 pancakes Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 10 minutes These turmeric pancakes are delicious for pudding or breakfast at any time of the year. We love them with a dollop of coconut yoghurt and fruit compote for Pancake Day; they are really quick to make and turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties make them a nutritious alternative to the classic pancake. Little foodies will love the colour too!    For the pancakes 110g of unsweetened apple purée  120g GF oat flour 120ml coconut milk 2 tbsp maple syrup 1 tbsp baking powder 1 tsp vanilla extract ½ tsp cinnamon ½ tsp ground turmeric ¼ tsp ginger Coconut oil (for the saucepan)  For the apple purée 2 medium sized apples, peeled 3 tbsp...

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