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Vegan Lentil & Vegetable Potjie (Stew) Recipe

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Vegan Lentil & Vegetable Potjie (Stew) Recipe

Organic Apoteke is committed to an environmentally conscious and sustainable lifestyle. Eating Vegan is one way to achieve this. 

Potjie is a tradition South African 1 pot stew. Fresh ingredients - herbs, spices, lentils, vegetable and fruit are left to simmer together into a hearty thick stew. 

An ideal family dinner or a simple crowd pleaser. This is one dish you have to to try. Its super easy to prepare. 

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Seasonal skin - how our skin reacts to the climate

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Seasonal skin - how our skin reacts to the climate
From hot humid summers to icy cold winters, our skin has to put up with a lot as far as the climate is concerned. Skin will react to different weather conditions and environmental factors.

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Vitamins that make your skin glow!

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Vitamins that make your skin glow!
Everyone dreams of flawless skin, but although there is no magic potion to give you perfect skin in an instant, making sure that you get the right vitamins will ensure that your skin stays youthful and radiant. 

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Vegan Cashew Cheese Recipe

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Vegan Cashew Cheese Recipe

Organic Apoteke is committed to an environmentally conscious and sustainable lifestyle. Eating Vegan is one way to do this. 

If you have gone Vegan but crave cheese - then try this Vegan Cashew Nut Cheese. It's perfect for sandwiches, crackers, pizza. Can be used to replace regular cheese. It's also super simple to make. Done in under an hour.

You can slice it, grate it or melt it! Not only delicious, but also oil-free, soy-free, and made from seven natural ingredients.

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The truth about acne

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The truth about acne
Acne is a common inflammatory skin condition that causes spots and pimples. The onset of acne usually begins at the start of puberty and will vary in severity, mild cases being only a few spots on the face, neck, back, and chest, which most teenagers will get from time to time, to more severe cases that can cause pain, discomfort and scarring. 

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