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We want your foodback: EatWell is all about building a sharing community of people who care about the origins, quality and enjoyment of our food, so we want to hear from you. Let us know how you have found some of the recipes you have made from this
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Fusion Cooking
Recipe / Lisa Guy This nourishing spinach crêpe combines elements of French and Middle Eastern culinary traditions. Baby spinach is an excellent source of folate needed to make red and white blood cells and for energy production. Spinach is also an e
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EatWell Reviews
If you love Japanese food but feel intimidated by the difficult techniques and hard-to-source ingredients, you are who Aya Nishimura, the Japanese-born food stylist and home economist, had in mind when creating Japanese Food Made Easy. Within the bea
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Herman Brot
Recipe / Herman Brot Serves: 1 1 serve açaí frozen purée½ cup coconut milk1 cup mixed berries1 banana, sliced2 strawberries, halved½ kiwi fruit, slicedSprinkle toasted coconut flakes25g Herman Brot® ProteinMuesli Peanut Candy Place frozen açaí p
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Cooking With Miso
Miso is made in a few different varieties. White miso is a lighter version and is sometimes referred to as light miso, and is often sweeter and has a shorter fermentation time. Serves: 2 500g firm tofu, cut into bite-sized cubes1 head broccoli,
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Our Chefs
Lisa Guy is a highly qualified Sydney-based naturopath, author and passionate foodie and founder of Art of Healing (artofhealing.com.au) and Bodhi Organic Tea. Lisa is a believer that good wholesome food is one of the greatest pleasures in life and t
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The Bare Bird
RECIPES MADE WITH the bare bird products Recipe / Raymond Capaldi for The Bare Bird Serves: 6 200mL organic lemonade200mL beerJuice 1 fresh lemon85g white miso paste1.5kg Bare Bird whole chicken, butterflied down the back400g Indian lime chutney
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Food Source
The Bare Bird chicken products are 100 per cent antibiotic-free, accredited free-range and raised on a plant-based diet containing no animal by-products, antibiotics, hormones or steroids. The Bare Bird creator, John Hazeldene, says his family has al
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Caffè Shakerato
Italy has a distinct coffee culture and caffè shakerato is a unique part of that scene. At its most basic, a caffè shakerato is a shot of freshly made espresso, some syrup and lots of ice. These ingredients are shaken vigorously together until a frot
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In conversation with … O Tama Carey
OTama Carey never had any aspirations to be a chef, but an accidental stint in a London restaurant began a journey that would see her work through an impressively diverse roster of kitchens, from French training at Bistro Moncur, to a stint at Japane
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Skin Foods
Your eyes might be the windows to your soul but your skin is the open window on your age. More important than its appearance, however, your skin is an organ of elimination, allowing your body to get rid of unwanted substances, and is vital to your he
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Creative Crêpes
Crêpes are essentially a very thin pancake that originated from the French region of Brittany, although today they are virtually the national dish of France. The name crêpe comes from the Latin term crispa, meaning “curled”, and because crêpes are so
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Fruits And Vegetables Vs A Tan
Since Coco Chanel popularised tanning in the 1920s there has been an idea that tanned skin is beautiful skin. Of course, tanning also does immense damage to skin, so what to do? Part of the reason a tan is regarded as attractive is that it gives the
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Attention, Chocoholics And Tea Lovers!
If you love chocolate then you will have your own reasons for that special relationship. It might be the taste, perhaps it’s the texture, or maybe it’s just the overall feel-good that chocolate brings. Whatever your reasons for enjoying chocolate, ha
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Crumbed & delicious
Making a crumbed meal simply involves coating your food in flour, dipping it in a liquid such as a beaten egg or milk (dairy or plant) and then covering it in crumbs made from bread or things like herbs, quinoa and coconut. You can crumb just about a
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Pearl River Bridge
Recipe / Pearl River Bridge Serves: 3 700g chicken wings1 spring onion, sliced5 slices ginger2 cloves garlic, crushedDrizzle of oil½ cup Coca-Cola or Pepsi-Cola 2 tbsp Pearl River Bridge Superior Light Soy Sauce2 tbsp Pearl River Bridge Superior
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Brought To Life By Cape Grim, Murray River Salt And Tilda
Raised on the rich pastures of Tasmania with nothing else added, Cape Grim Beef is hand-selected and rigorously graded, rewarding you with pure beef — made by nature. Cape Grim Beef Cheeks are perfect for slow cooking, developing a tender melt-in-you
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Spiral Foods
Recipe / Spiral Foods Makes: 18cm round cake 50g butter, softened100g Spiral Organic Brown Rice Amazake100g cream cheese, softened2 egg yolks40g Spiral OrganicShiro Miso30g yoghurt2 tbsp lemon juice1 tbsp lemon zest30g plain flour, sifted 2 egg
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Want A Dinner Winner?
Recipe / EatWell with Emma Serves: 4 3 tbsp olive oil6 cloves garlic, finely choppedSpring onions, sliced Thumb-sized piece fresh ginger1 red chilli, deseeded & thinly sliced (leave seeds in for extra heat)1 tsp Chinese five-spice powder2 star an
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7-a-day
For a long while now the World Health Organization has been recommending five portions of fruit and vegetables per day. However, in the last few years, research has shown that if you can increase that to seven portions a day (with one portion equalli
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Brought To Life By Pana Organic
Roasted macadamias mixed into a creamy white cacao. Crunchy. Creamy. Moreish. Seriously addictive without the guilt. Made with 36 per cent cacao, coconut milk, maple syrup and roasted hazelnuts. One of Pana Organics’ creamiest, crunchiest chocolate
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Plant Wisdom
Native to the Mediterranean, this ancient beauty has found its way into hearts and homes worldwide. Predominantly thought of as a culinary herb, and understandably so, rosemary creates an aromatic melody, igniting our senses as we chop and season wit
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Feel Like A Little Indulgence Wrapped In A Hug?
Recipe / EatWell with Emma Plant-based. Gluten-free. Delicious. Serves: 2 1 cup gluten-free flour1 tbsp baking powder½ tsp sea salt1 cup plant-based milk (almond or coconut milk)2 tbsp pure maple syrup½ tsp ground cinnamon1 tsp vanilla extractPa
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Aussie Almond Growers
Open up a pack of mixed nuts and which one do you go straight for? If your top pick is the almond, you’re in good company — they’re the most consumed tree nut. Australia is the second largest producer of almonds in the world according to the Australi
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Brought To Life By Driscoll's, Red Tractor Foods, Capilano And Melrose
Driscoll’s Blackberries are bred naturally and grown with love by local Aussie farmers. Their growers are looking for firmness, shelf life, beauty and most importantly flavour. Blackberries are full of essential vitamins and nutrients such as antioxi
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Egg Salad Benefits
Many of the healthy nutrients found in vegetables are fat-soluble (they dissolve in fat). Among these fat-loving health promoters are beta-carotene, vitamin A, lutein, lycopene and zeaxanthin. These nutrients are known as carotenoids, and they lower
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Love A Bit Of Crunchy Goodness?
Recipe / EatWell with Emma Serves: 4 ¼ cup Melrose Organic Coconut Oil½ cup Capilano Low GI Honey1 tsp vanilla extract3 cups Red Tractor Organic Rolled Oats½ cup coconut flakes½ tbsp ground cinnamon ¼ tsp salt1 cup almonds1 cup pecans 250g Dris
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What's In Season?
Artichoke, Asian greens — bok choy, choy sum, gai laan, wonga bok, asparagus, avocados, beans — broad and green, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, choko, cucumber, leek, lettuce, mushrooms — Morel, onions — salad and spring, peas — green, snow
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Rockmelon
Rockmelons have been eaten for millennia, but they were first cultivated near Cantalupo, Italy, hence their other name, “cantaloupe”. When they are in season the flesh will be deep orange and juicy, with a warming, musky flavour. Rockmelons are perfe
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