(Above: a Fizzi in her natural habitat, by the beach)
Hi, I’m Fizzi, a 22-year-old biological anthropologist studying at the University of Cambridge. Originally from New Zealand, I love surfing and adventure. Living in South America set me up with a passion for salsa dancing, playing the Paraguayan harp, and all things Spanish. My family travelled through Southeast Asia extensively and there I got a (literal) taste for international cuisine.
Like most foodies, my passion for cooking started with baking. Making muffins with my older sister led to cooking dinner for the family every night. This, in turn, spurred on a love-affair with nutrition. Here, you will find evidence of my dietary experimentation in the name of health. Fizzifood has a variety of recipes – from low-fructose and low-carb treats to traditional and multicultural fusion dishes.
One day, I hope to be a lecturer of biological anthropology, perhaps in evolutionary nutrition. If you’re interested in my broader opinions on the human condition, browse my Fizzifood for Thought section! I hope I can pique your interest in the evolution of modern human behaviour – and, if not, then perhaps in a slice of cheesecake.