While my website provides recipes and nutrition information. I am a qualified health coach NOT a certified nutritionist, dietitian or medically trained doctor and make no claims to the contrary.
That Girl Cooks Healthy offers nutritional information for specific recipes contained on this site. This information is provided as a courtesy and should not be construed as a guarantee.l
To obtain the most accurate representation of the nutritional information in a given recipe, you should calculate the nutritional information with the actual ingredients used in your recipe, using your preferred nutrition calculator.
None of the information stated should not replace medical advice You are solely responsible for ensuring that any nutritional information provided is accurate, complete useful and seek medical intervention if required.
Why do you have a large volume of adverts in and around your website?
A, Good question! I am transitioning my blog into a business. This is not my full time job (yet) so please take a moment to look at things from my perspective. When I make a recipe that’s my time, money and labour that’s put into each recipe. I’m more than happy to share my work online, it’s my passion however, I need be compensated for all my hard work.
This is why I have to place adverts on my blog, they can be navigated around and do not show up when printing any of my recipes. Until I reach a certain threshold in the bloggingsphere, adverts will remain at such density to compensate for my hard work.
Remember you are obtaining my recipes online for free 😉
Q, How would you summarise your blog?
Gluten + dairy free infused with Caribbean flavours. It’s a blog that not only focuses on the aforementioned but is also tailored towards how to eat wholesome food accordingly to what the body needs. No fad diets or highly processed food around here.
Many people who do not understand the premise of my blog often say “Caribbean people don’t use coconut oil” “that’s not the way Jamaicans/Trinis/Bajan etc.. make the dish” “It’s Stew beef, not beef stew”.
I have now made a post which you can click here to offer more clarity on what my website is about
Q, I followed your instructions and the recipe simply didn’t work, can you help me?
A, Yes, I am more than happy to troubleshoot and work through any recipes that you are struggling with. Simply leave a comment under the recipe or email me at [email protected] .
Sometimes a recipe doesn’t work out for a number of reason. For example, if the person alters the recipe, skipped a step, missed out an ingredient or it could be something like the type of oven they used.
Regardless, we can put out heads together and figure it out. My most recent recipes offer more in depth guidance where I aim to cover common questions that you may have and as well as whether the recipe can be tweaked.
Q,I’m Caribbean but not dairy/gluten/wheat free, can I still make your recipes?
A, Yes, I do understand that this specific niche isn’t as big in the Caribbean community. The good news is you are more than welcome to follow my recipes even if you aren’t dairy or gluten free.
Q, I left a comment but I don’t see it posted, why is that?
A, All posted are approved by me before they are published on my website. However I do reserve the right to edit or delete any of the following
- Comments that pertain to racism, sexism, vulgar language or any sort of personal attack.
- Spam or filler comments.
- Irreverent/unrelated comment
- Low ratings from readers who simply don’t like the “look” of the recipe, made the recipe and tweak it, missed out some steps or haven’t tried the recipe yet make assumptions about it (makes no sense what so ever). This reflects overall on google in terms of indexing my work.
- Duplicate comment (self-explanatory)
- Soft advertising
Q, Do you accept guest posting?
A, No, moving forward with my brand I no longer accept guest posting.
Can I use your recipe or pictures?
No!!! My recipes are my own creation and pictures are protected by copyright. I do not allow in any shape or form ANYONE to do any of the aforementioned. I do grant permission for my recipe to be cited in roundups as long as a BACKLINK to the author (being me) is referenced somewhere that is visible.
If I stumble upon any of my recipes verbatim or pictures being stolen and used for your own purposes I will immediately report you.
How to can I get in contact with you?
Yes, my business email address is [email protected]