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Georgia Harding is a naturopath with almost 20 years experience, a mother, and a passionate health educator. After many years consulting in a busy practice, lecturing in natural medicine and sharing her knowledge on talkback radio, Georgia decided to
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These delicious gluten-free vegan pancakes topped with citrus syrup and fruits are bursting with flavour and vitamin C. Citrus fruits are rich in vitamin C, which is vital for healthy skin, a functioning immune system and adrenal health. Vitamin C is
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In Mezcla, Ixta Belfrage’s foolproof techniques and inventive ingredient combinations infuse everyday eating with the energy of a special occasion. In Spanish, mezcla means mix, mixture or blend and is used to describe music and art as well as cookin
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Blood Oranges
Blood oranges are a mutation of sweet oranges and were documented in Italy as early as the 1600s. They look very much like ordinary oranges until you cut them open and see their blood-red fruit. The bright red flesh comes from pigments known as antho
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Delicious And Nutritious
CORN THINS® slices are not rice cakes. They’re made from corn and taste delicious — like popcorn squished into a healthy crispbread. Perfect with your favourite toppings or used in surprisingly delicious recipes. For more information visit cornthins.
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Nature To Table
A herb lover’s guide to wellness-inspired drinks, in partnership with MasterChef’s Sarah Todd and Wanderlust. For more information visit Serves: 1 1-2 green cardamom pods ½ black cardamom pod ½ cinnamon stick 1-2 cloves 1 bay leaf 1 tb
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Kue Lapis
Kue lapis is a favourite dessert in Indonesia, but it is also popular in Malaysia, Suriname, Brunei and Singapore. It is a form of layer cake made using rice flour, tapioca, sugar, salt, coconut milk and a variety of food colourings. You will find ku
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Bowled Over
Buckwheat is naturally gluten-free and a great source of fibre. The fibre in buckwheat supports digestive health by promoting regular bowel movements, preventing constipation and supporting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria. Serves: 4 250g buckwh
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The world is a bread lover’s paradise, bursting with an abundance of different kinds of creations from all corners of the globe. Grab a slice of history, brush up on your bread intelligence and be inspired by the endless possibilities of this timeles
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Celebrate Australian Organic Awareness Month this September with certified organic products from The Organic Milk Co. and their great selection of preservative-free shredded cheeses. Perfect for family meals — pizzas, lasagnes, wraps, salads or anyth
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Fabulous Flavour Infusion
Use PEARL RIVER BRIDGE Superior Light Soy Sauce as a dipping sauce with your favourite Asian snacks, or add it to stir-fries and marinades for an extra fl avour infusion. It’s so versatile! Available at Coles and Woolworths. For more information visi
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7 Sleep-boosting Foods
Sleep plays a crucial role in maintaining your overall health and wellbeing. Unfortunately, many of us struggle to get a good night’s sleep. Nearly 40 per cent of Australians suffer from poor sleep, including difficulties falling asleep, staying asle
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Celebrate Australian Organic Awareness Month this September with certified organic products from The Organic Milk Co. and their great selection of preservative-free shredded cheeses. Perfect for family meals — pizzas, lasagnes, wraps, salads or anyth
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This chicken is gently seasoned with Mexican spices, topped with melted cheese and accompanied by cooked capsicum and onion. Fresh avocado, coriander and lime complete this delicious meal. Makes: 4 3 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1 large red capsicum,
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Strawberries (Fragaria X Ananassa)
Technically, the cultivated strawberry plant, Fragaria x ananassa, is a member of the rose family, Rosaceaes. Prior to the relatively recent development of Fragaria x ananassa in the last couple of centuries, the more common strawberries were wood st
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6 tips To Reduce Food Waste
You could book an overseas flight every year from the value of food you trash. Each year, Australian households throw out an average of $2500 worth of food (about $1000 per person) — the equivalent of around 312kg or one in every five shopping bags.
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Editor Terry Robson Deputy Editor Kate Holland Designer Michaela Primiano Feature Writers Linda Moon, Lisa Guy, Raquel Neofit, Lolita Walters Chefs Naomi Sherman, Lisa Guy, Danielle Minnebo, Lee Holmes, Raquel Neofit, Sammy Jones, Georgia Harding Ad
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Cooking with APRICOTS
The apricot glaze adds a delightful tanginess while the roasted vegetables provide a hearty and nutritious accompaniment. Makes: 4 4 skinless chicken breasts 1 cup dried apricots 1 cup chicken stock 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp honey 2 cloves garlic, minc
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October 4–9, Sydney, AU (TBC) Sydney Night Noodle Markets October 14–15, Jervis Bay, AU South Coast Food & Wine Festival October 22, Speers Point, AU Lake Macquarie Food & Wine Festival br
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EatWell with Emma
Welcome back to EatWell with Emma TV! With former MasterChef winner Emma Dean as our star recipe creator and more than 60 brands joining the program, our collaboration has been a huge success. In this issue, we’re celebrating the warmer months and sh
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This classic dish of rice-stuffed tomatoes combines the sweetness of tomatoes with the saltiness of olives and the crunch of pine nuts. Baked to perfection in a juicy sauce, it’s perfect as a starter, or serve with extra vegetables for a main course.
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Antioxidant Jam
Jam is based on fruit and fruit is a source of healthy antioxidants, but how much of the antioxidant goodness that exists in fruit makes it into your pot of jam? Studies have shown that fresh strawberry jam has the highest content of total antioxidan
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Nuts, Happiness And Hunger
Raw nuts are a good source of protein, healthy fats and nutrients, but new research has found that they can also raise levels of the mood-boosting neurotransmitter serotonin. Adding 30 grams of nuts to your daily diet decreases inflammation in your b
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GNOW YOUR gnocchi
The consensus is that gnocchi dates back to Roman times. Its base was semolina and water, and it was more like pasta than the fluffy little pillows we know and love today. Roman-style gnocchi also contained eggs for richness and is known as Gnocci al
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Flaxseeds For Everyone
Stoney Creek flaxseeds, oil and meal products are packed with the health benefits of omega-3, protein, fibre and lignans. They add a smooth, nutty taste to smoothies, dressings, cereal, yoghurt and baked goods. For more information visit stoneycreeko
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Tarator is one of the standout dishes of Bulgarian cuisine and it is the perfect nourishing, tasty food as the weather warms up. Technically, tarator is just a cold soup, but in Bulgarian society it is so much more as the soup is often served to gues
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Delicious, nutritions BUDGET RECIPES
This recipe combines nutritious quinoa with an array of colourful vegetables and aromatic spices. It’s a satisfying and wholesome dish to be enjoyed as a main course or a flavourful side. With its simplicity and deliciousness, this one-pot meal is pe
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Tell us about your journey into the food world. Where did it begin and how? Food has always been something I’ve loved: eating, cooking, grocery shopping, sharing a meal around a table. The simple rituals surrounding food have been the parts of life t
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Tinto De Verano
In Spanish “tinto” means red and “verano” means summer. These words have come together to refer to a very popular summertime drink, but there’s an unspoken word missing from the colloquial name and that word is “vino”. The original story of this drin
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Jocon (pronounced ho-con) is a traditional Guatemalan dish that is heavily influenced by the Mayan culture. The dish is comprised of a combination of chicken pieces, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, tomatillos (husk tomatoes), coriander, onions and chill
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