Ash Kramer had a chat to Kim Renshaw, founder of The Smoothie Club. This is part one of the interview.
Ash Kramer got fed up with people who just don’t care about their health, so he went off on a rant. It’s not even a vegan rant for a change.
Ash Kramer looks at how to make a vegan version of Korea’s national dish – Kimchi.
Ash Kramer is furiously fermenting. Food that is, he’s not actually bubbling away himself.
Ash Kramer went along to Smoothie Club in Mount Maunganui to learn more about fermented foods, which are about as good for you as it gets.
Carrie Steele wonders why women are still subjecting themselves to invasive procedures that carry their own risks. Awareness is over-rated: prevention is the key.
Giving up junk is easy according to Ash Kramer, just eat the good stuff and see what happens.
Organic veggies give Ash Kramer peace of mind, while the conventional kinds make him more paranoid than usual. The organics taste better too.
Rachel Walker has got a broken heart. But she’ll get over it.
Ash Kramer went along to Tauranga’s Smoothie Club to chat about hormones and to drink a mung bean smoothie. Has he lost it at last?