Both mum and dad have an abundance of zucchini growing in the garden at the moment and this recipe is a great way to utilise that fresh and homegrown produce. It's also great for people who are trying to avoid carbs and those on a Paleo diet. To make a serve for one I heat a small amount of olive oil in a non-stick frypan, then add 1 large (or 2 small) crushed garlic cloves. Then add about 1 1/2 cups zucchini strips - to make these I simply use a vegetable peeler. Also add some fresh chopped cherry tomatoes and lightly fry just for a few minutes to soften. I also add in some fresh parsley, dried oregano and salt and pepper. Then take the pan off the heat but while still warm stir in approximately 2 tbs crumbled feta. Because there is still a bit of heat in the pan the feta melts slightly and creates a really creamy delicious coating. Zucchini is low in calories because of its high water content and is therefore great for people trying to lose weight. As well as this it is high in dietary fibre, promoting healthy digestion, preventing overeating and maintaining a low blood pressure. Zucchini's are also a great source of potassium, which is an important electrolyte helping with reducing blood pressure and heart rate by counteracting the effects of sodium. They are also great sources of vitamin A and vitamin C.