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Hey, I'm harry!

Simplifying wholefood, plant-based, low-tox, and minimal waste living since 2013.

Life is full – I get it! Looking after ourselves with whole, plant foods can drop to the bottom of the list during busy times while making simple and lasting changes can feel overwhelming and unsustainable. It certainly did for me. Thankfully, not anymore!

I’ve taken all that I’ve learnt from the best part of a decade of experience and created 300+ super simple, plant-based and wholefood recipes just for you. These aim to strike the perfect balance between being whole, tasty, satisfying and EASY (yes please!).

Along the way, I’ve also developed over 60 beautifully simple toxin-free and zero waste home & body product recipes that are not only effective but better for you and the planet.

All of this has been lovingly poured into my three published books: Natural Harry, HOME & WHOLE.

Sometimes all you need is a helping hand, a dose of inspiration and some sneaky life hacks to change your life forever. I hope I can help you along your journey.








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Have any questions about my books, recipes or products? Check out my handy Frequently Asked Questions:

Yes, but don’t eat them! Haha…sorry, I couldn’t help myself!

Book 1 – Natural Harry is 100% gluten-free. You can read more about it HERE 

Book 2 – WHOLE by Natural Harry is 99% gluten-free. There are easy swaps for the few recipes that contain mountain bread (not gluten-free) and there are a few recipes that contain oats that you can always replace with a gluten-free wholefood alternative such as buckwheat or rice flakes. You can read more about it HERE 

Book 3 – HOME by Natural Harry only contains a small number of food recipes. Of these, all except the Oaty Seed Loaf is gluten-free! You can read more about it HERE 

Sure! There are loads of beautiful images of our little house in my third recipe book HOME.

You can also check out this article by The Design Files HERE. It has all of the details about the house build & also some stunning Nikole Ramsay images!

Yes! But don’t eat them! Jokes…

Natural Harry and WHOLE Yes! By default. The ingredients in these recipe books are wholefood and 100% plant-based. There are no animal products in the ingredients of either of these recipe books.

HOME is mostly DIY cleaning and body care recipes. The small number of staple food recipes included in HOME are 100% plant-based, vegan and wholefood. A small number of body care recipes contain bee products and it is up to you to sustainably source these. In these cases, a vegan and natural alternative is given if you wish to use that instead.

When I refer to wholefood I mean food that is in its whole form and ingredients that are minimally processed or not processed at all. For example, rolled oats and tempeh are minimally processed and a ripe avocado or banana is completely unprocessed.

Plant-based refers to foods derived from plants such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, fungi, nuts, seeds, grains, spices etc. 

Lucky for us, things are changing rapidly and pretty much all of the ingredients used in Natural Harry and WHOLE are now available at supermarkets. You can also find fresh produce at your local farmers’ market, grocer or organic vegetable box delivery service. I like to shop for the majority of the staple dry ingredients at my local bulk wholefood and health food stores. A quick google will reveal the closest one to you!

The majority of the ingredients used in the cleaning and body care recipes from HOME are available at bulk wholefood stores and health food stores, with very few sourced online. There is a section in all three books that lists the ingredients, some information on them and where best to find them. In my newest book HOME, this section is titled ‘The Cupboard’.

I made a little IGTV video which you can watch HERE that highlights a few of these items as well as some tips and tricks for labelling and sourcing bottles etc. There is much more in the book, too!

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