Susan Jane White

Susan Jane White

Susan Jane White is a specialist cook, a food and health columnist with The Sunday Independent, and a former president of Oxford University’s Gastronomy Society. When she was twenty-five, Susan Jane developed a serious immune disorder. This marked the beginning of her nutritional pilgrimage. She discovered that her energy levels were intimately linked with the food she ate, so she avoided foods that taxed her body—anything processed or highly refined. And it worked! Two years later she was back to her bouncy, bionic self, much to the wonderment of the medical community. She lives in Dublin with her husband and two little vandals.

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Superfood Spreads from Tasty, Naughty, Healthy, Nice

SUPERFOOD SPREADS from Tasty, Naughty Healthy, Nice by Susan Jane White   BRAZIL NUT RED PESTO ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Traditionally, a pesto is made by crushing ingredients into a smooth paste. We’re speeding things up...
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RECIPE: Beet Candy from Susan Jane White's Tasty. Naughty. Healthy. Nice.

In Susan Jane Whites book Tasty. Naughty. Healthy. Nice, she promises to take the hell out of healthy with her delicious treats and simple recipes that are nutritional slam dunks. This particular recipe can be made Whole 30 and paleo compliant, so its a special treat for anyone...
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Susan Jane + Beauty Heroes

Susan Jane White isnt only the author of The Virtuous Tart and Tasty. Naughty. Healthy. Nice., shes also a brand ambassador for Beauty Heroes, the mouthpiece for eco-conscious, non-toxic, awe-inspiring artisan brands within the skincare industry. She recently sat down...
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RECIPE: 6am Toddler Cookies

In her new book Tasty. Naughty. Healthy. Nice., Susan Jane White has a knack for turning your pesky sugar cravings into a nutritional slam dunk. And thats not only for adults— she can alchemize recipes that are so darn good, that even kids won’t crave trashy confectionery anymore. If...
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