So, I know it is super late guys, but I’ve had literally zero time to do any work on my blog. I hope you guys understand.
July was a little bit of a slow month for me, but I will carry on with my Favourites from Last month anyway.
This film was incredible, and had a fantastic soundtrack to it. It stars Jamie Foxx, Ansel Elgort from The Fault in Our Stars, and Kevin Spacey. It’s so fast paced and I would happily watch it again. The only way I could describe this film is, if Tarantino directed Drive.
2. Lush’s new products!
Lush have released a range of fabulous self-preserving products recently, including Jelly bombs, Jelly masks and a range of hot oil hair treatments. The jelly bombs contain Sodium alginate, which thickens the water and creates a jelly like texture on the water, it’s an unusual experience, but they leave your skin feeling super soft! The hair treatments and face masks are fantastic as well, so if you love a bit of pampering, pop into the store for a consultation to find the perfect routine for you!
3. My avocado and lime salad dressing.
This is one of those things that get me excited about eating salads. The recipe for this is below, but it goes so well with a burrito bowl or anything where you need that creamy, light sauce.
4. The Plant Academy
This place is based in Southport, hidden away in their market. This place sells plant based goodness, and all of the menu is vegan. Top coeliac tip: The milk they use as standard is oat milk, so ask for almond or soya instead. Their portions are hearty, and I loved their peanut butter snap bar. The staff are all so friendly too!
5. Costa’s new gluten free salads
It’s not a particular favourite, but I thought it deserved a mention. I was sheltering from the horrendous rain in there, and noticed they had 2 salads both labelled gluten free. It’s nice to see that they are listening to what people want. Especially with the likes of Pret and other independent shops offering goods similar.
What did everybody love this month? Let me know what you think!
Thanks again for reading,