Meet the winners of the Spring/Summer 2015 Go Sugar Free Scholarships

It really is true that the best part of Go Sugar Free is the people. Today’s scholarship winners are no exception.

We received dozens of applications over the past week, and Elliot and I spent the whole of Friday evening and Saturday morning/afternoon pouring over them. In the five rounds of scholarships we’ve held, this one was the most difficult to choose; there were just so many good entries. We felt it a privilege to read and watch every word. To say the least, thank you for inspiring us. The scholarship side of Go Sugar Free is a big part of why we have the course, and we already look forward to the next round.

Here are winners of the Spring/Summer 2015 Go Sugar Free Scholarships:

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Peppercress | jacquelinesmithcom


Part of what I aim to do in Go Sugar Free is make new foods easier to try and enjoy. Here’s a dead-easy, 4-ingredient way to ease your way into enjoying peppercress, a green that packs a kick when eaten raw but that can be balanced by other tastes. In this case balanced with the sweetness of sweet corn, and mellow saltiness of tuna and mayo.


Mayo (could sub avocado)
Sweet corn
Freshly chopped peppercress.

Mix, eat, enjoy the health benefits of a new green.


The Spring/Summer 2015 Go Sugar Free Scholarships are open!

I’m offering 4 scholarships seats in the Spring/Summer 2015 Go Sugar Free course, and the entry period starts today.Screen Shot 2013-12-03 at 11.05.54 AM

All the details are on the scholarship page! Make sure you’re entered by May 1, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

So many times we come across an opportunity that we’d love to have, but we assume we’d never get it. Having been on the backend of scholarship committees in the past, I can tell you, it’s always worth applying. You might be exactly the person that committee is looking for, and what they want to give you is heaps bigger and greater than the effort it takes to apply. I know this to be true.