Welcome to Lentils & Lemons!
Here's a little more about me.
My name is Estelle Rose and I'm thrilled you've visited. I hope I can share a thing or two with you and maybe you can also share a thing or two with me.
This is a place where you will find (mostly) whole food, mediterranean recipes that are nourishing and healthy! I created Lentils and Lemons as a way to express myself creatively and share recipes I watched my family cooking growing up. I enjoy experimenting with historical recipes and transforming them into something that is wholesome and satisfying.
Too often I get told that eating well is time consuming, boring and that to do it right you need to give up all the good stuff. On this blog, I'll share ways to cook and eat delicious and satisfying food without cancelling all your weekend plans to prepare it.
You can sign up as a blog member to ask questions and leave comments on recipes, and, you can find some FAQS below.
I'm always happy to work with brands or individuals on creative projects. For more information, head to the link below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have vegan, gluten free or dairy free recipes?
Yes. There is a vegan category in the recipe posts. I provide options to add protein such as eggs, fish or meat to those recipes for anyone who isn't vegan. I love hearing from you so if you do try one, please let me know. For more head to the FAQS page.
How do I source animal products sustainably?
You can source your protein from ethical and sustainable farmers. For fish, look for the ASC Australia & New Zealand label. For eggs, check out the free range pastured egg directory, look for the Humane Choice Label which is managed by the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia, or organic and animal welfare certification labels for animal welfare beyond the corporate standard. Read more on our FAQS page.
What is mediterranean food?
I grew up eating mediterranean food daily and I hope to do it justice on this blog. It includes lots of vegetables, whole grains, extra virgin olive oil and fish. For more head to the FAQS page.