Superfood Me


Kate is from Sydney, Australia, and fell in love with running in 2012 when she decided, for no particular reason that she can remember, to run a marathon. That one goal turned into a love affair with running that keeps her sane during the day, and fuels the blog at night.

  • Amy Lauren

    I get spirulina in my juice when I go to the juice bar here. I’m not exactly sure how it tastes because I haven’t tasted it alone, it’s in the juice… but the juice itself is good and I hear it’s great because of all the protein, so I’ll keep getting it. The juice is already green with veggies so I didn’t notice the powder, lol.
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    • Kate

      Maybe I should try it in juice. It amazes me how much protein is in there – and it’s complete, I think.

  • Hollie

    WAHOOOO. Is it weird how happy I am to see you post? No big deal..LOL. Glad you are having a good time (half marathon!? Good luck). I’ve had spirulina but not often. I’ve always wanted to make goji/acai pancakes but haven’t bought them just yet.
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    • Kate

      You’re lovely! Thanks for your luck, it definitely helped ;-) . I love/hates it so much that I’m going back for another (smaller) one tomorrow.

  • jenna

    oh I am a superfood freak! I eat chia nearly everyday, and i LOVE goji berries! the ones i get are actually dark chocolate covered tho. hahaha! ive been missing you over the last week! glad to see a new post from you! hope you got my most recent facebook msg!! xoxo

    • Kate

      I still haven’t tried chia. Definitely on the list. Thanks for always being so kind my dear. AND I am super excited for you and am terrible and haven’t written back yet. You’re amazing.

  • Mari

    Have a great race! I’ve been slowly getting into the vegetarian/vegan lifestyle so I’ve been trying all kinds of new foods. Loving it!
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    • Kate

      Wow – do you post many of your recipes? There is so much great vegan food out there – I really wish it were more mainstream. And I wish the carnivorous would see more that vegan food is ALSO good.

  • Rachel B @ Busy Mama Fitness

    Oh I LOVE goji berries! They took a while to grow on me, but now I munch on them whenever I have sugary snacky cravings and sometimes I pack them as running fuel… which I should do again because I totally forgot about them getting distracted by these new pomegranate Honey Stingers… I’m a huge fan of chia seeds too. They’re full of healthy unsaturated fats and antioxidants and they can go into ANYTHING.
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    • Kate

      Glad to hear they might be an acquired taste. I still find them strange, but salad is ok. Jenna was saying Chia was awesome, so now I’m really intrigued.

  • Abby @ BackAtSquareZero

    Gotta admit the smell of spirulina was very fish foody for me.

    However, I cooked with chai seeds and thought they were fine.
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  • beka @ rebecca roams

    Spirulina is interesting – I agree. I have only had it a couple of times. I love chia seeds though :) Make that one of your musts ;)
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    • Kate

      Oh my gosh, everyone is saying that. Ok – I’ll get on it! And thanks so much for the comment Beka. I am being incredibly slow in catching up on my reading, but I’m getting there!

  • Kierston @candyfit

    I’ve never tried cooking with Spirulina. I’m going to be trying Tagatose post-competition.

    I love cocoa!
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