Wunderworkshop turmeric sunshine mylk recipe - Fitty London

turmeric sunshine mylk

wunderworkshop's turmeric powder

Right now, turmeric powder's becoming the most popular kid on the block. It's been used in India and China for thousands of years as a medicinal herb (it's what gives currys their colour), and now it's stealing the show in the Western world for its seriously powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. 

There is a crazy amount of research and lab studies on turmeric and it's healing ways – if you're interested have a look at this and this

But let's cut to the chase, this isn't just any turmeric powder. Ohhh no. This is 100% organic turmeric powder, which supports a small farm in Sri Lanka, AND is brought to you by Wunderworkshop. It tastes amazing, and you can drink it, cook with it, and even put it on your face (we're yet to test this, so don't shoot the messenger). 

On top of all that, Wunderworkshop was started by two lovely people, Zoe and Tom (and we have a lot of time for nice people). You'll find Golden Turmeric powder on their website, instore or online at Content Beauty, and in Portobello Wholefoods. 

We'll be sharing more recipes and creations on our Instagram page @fittyldn, so keep your eyes peeled. 

 

sunshine mylk recipe

This is a deeelicious way to drink turmeric, warm or cold. Plus it's a beaut colour (hence the name) and the perfect way to brighten these cold days. We don't want to brag (we kinda do), but we've been fancy and have used our own homemade cashew mylk, but you can use any mylk (or milk) you like.

  • 1/2 teaspoon Wunderworkshop turmeric powder

  • Mug of cashew mylk

 Directions: mix together. Nothing tricky to see here folks.