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A classic afternoon tea loaf cake infused with Nerada Lemon and Ginger Organic Herbal Infusion for an added citrus zing. Just add your favourite cuppa for tea-time bliss. Serves: 8–10 150g butter, softened1 tsp vanilla extract2 tsp lemon zest1 c
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Eat Well With Emma
It’s been almost a year since we launched EatWell with Emma TV. Our passion to bring healthy food to our audience inspired the EatWell team to create new products for the market, despite the chaos that surrounded COVID-19. With former MasterChef winn
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Brought to life by Pureharvest, Tilda & Chris’ Foods
Whether you’re cooking up a curry, building a burrito or finding the perfect rice to go with your favourite seasoned chicken, Tilda has you covered. A delicious meal or accompaniment that is ready in just two minutes. W: Pureharvest’s L
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Ceres Organics
Serves: 4 1 pack Ceres Organics Herbalicious Fritter Mix1 pack Ceres Organics Red Lentil & Black Sesame Burger Mix 1 tin Ceres Organic Chickpeas (Garbanzo Beans), rinsed & drained½ cup Ceres Organic Tahini, Unhulled½ cup Ceres Organic Almond But
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Growing Rhubarb
While rhubarb can be considered an acquired taste, it certainly has its fans. From rhubarb baked with custard, encased within a buttery pie crust, spooned over a bowl of vanilla ice cream or simply stewed with sugar, this sweet yet sour vegetable bri
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Makes: 1 loaf 2 cups all-purpose flour¾ tsp baking soda½ tsp salt1 cup HoneyLife Manuka Honey¼ cup butter, softened 2 large eggs1½ cups mashed ripe banana⅓ cup plain yoghurt1 tsp vanilla extract Preheat oven to 175°C. Combine flour, baking soda
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Gluten-free Cakes
You can use the base recipe to create any sort of gluten-free cake. For example, add grated carrot and cinnamon or fresh berries for a fruity version. It’s a great recipe that we often make; both gluten-free, oil-free and with very little added sweet
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Organic Merchant
Serves: 6 ½ cup Organic Merchant’s Spirit Dust1 cup gluten-free self-raising flour¾ cup xylitol½ cup milk of choice30g butter, melted1 tsp vanilla essence1 cup hazelnuts, halved¾ cup coconut sugar1¾ cups boiling water Pre-heat oven to 180°C (160
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What's In Season?
Asian greens (buk choy, choy sum, gai lan and wombok), avocados, beetroot, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celeriac, celery, Jerusalem artichokes, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, okra, olives, onions, parsnips, peas, potatoes, pumpk
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Explore Cuisine
Serves: 4 1 cup kale, chopped1 cup coriander, chopped30g slivered almonds, toasted1 clove garlic1 serrano chilli1 tbsp lime juicePinch salt¼ cup grated parmesan (or vegan alternative)½ cup olive oil1 box Explore Cuisine Edamame Spaghetti1 knob gi
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Grand Italian Gnocchi
Serves: 4 500g turkey mince1 onion, finely chopped½ cup panko breadcrumbs2 large cloves garlic, crushed2 tsp dried oreganoSalt & pepper, to taste1 egg¼ cup light olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped3 garlic cloves, finely chopped1 × 400g jar passata
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In conversation with … Matt Wilkinson
For a man who hails from South Yorkshire, England, chef Matt Wilkinson has an unparalleled love for Australia. Then again, you could drop this green-thumbed chef into any corner of the world and he would, no doubt, create dishes that sing of their su
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Makes: 10 bars 1 cup rolled oats1 cup desiccated coconut¼ cup sesame seeds½ cup pumpkin seeds125g salted butter½ cup Lakanto Golden Malt Syrup¼ cup Lakanto Golden Sweetener½ cup dried apricots½ cup dried cranberries ¼ cup Sugar-Free Choc Chips¼
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Cooking With Cashews
Cashews are an awesome and nutritious ingredient to add to any stir-fry. In this recipe, we have combined cashews with tofu and broccoli and added a delicious sweet-savoury sauce. Serves: 4 2 tbsp finely grated ginger2 tbsp minced garlic2 tbsp s
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Brought to life by Bertolli, That’s Amore Cheese & Mazzetti L’Originale
Burrata is a money bag-shaped mozzarella filled with strips of mozzarella that are bathed in cream. This cheese is made entirely by hand using only local farm-fresh milk. Cut through the outer layer of mozzarella and it’s obvious why this cheese is c
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Our Chefs
Danielle is a university-qualified nutritionist, a passionate home cook and founder of Food to Nourish. Danielle’s love affair with cooking started at a very young age in the kitchen, where she was taught to cook by her mother. She went on to complet
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EDITOR Terry Robson DEPUTY EDITOR Kate Holland SUB-EDITOR Michelle Segal DESIGNER Kate Atkinson FEATURE WRITER Ally McManus CHEFS Adam Guthrie, Jacqueline Alwill, Georgia Harding, Lee Holmes, Danielle Minnebo, Lisa Holmen, Raquel Neofit N
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Simmering Stews
Stews are fantastic for a nutritious dinner and are especially suited to slow cookers. Serves: 6 1 onion, diced3 cloves garlic, minced2 celery stalks, diced2 large carrots, diced1 tsp ground turmeric1 tsp ground cumin1¼ cups uncooked red lentils
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Jerusalem artichoke ( Helianthus tuberosus )
Although they share a common name, globe artichokes and Jerusalem artichokes are quite different plants. Jerusalem artichoke is native to North America and is a part of the sunflower family of plants. The tuber of the Jerusalem artichoke grows up to
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Easy Share Meals
If you have vegan guests coming to share a meal with you, this delicious healthy quiche will blow them away. It is a super meal and will leave your guests asking for the recipe. Makes: 8 slices 500g firm tofu½ cup plant milk½ tsp nutmeg powderZe
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Food Source
Coffex award-winning coffee is a blend of high-altitude-grown beans, which are fair trade and certified organic. Specially roasted and blended to produce a smooth, medium-bodied espresso, fairness never tasted so good. W: Explore coo
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Of Nuts And Sperm
Walnuts are a good source of linolenic acid, one of the plant-based precursors of the omega-3 fats which are deficient in the Western diet and important for sperm health. Indeed, the polyunsaturated fats from walnuts are important for the maturation
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Fabulous Fennel
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgarum) was a symbol of success in ancient Greece, where they nicknamed it “marathon” in memory of the race. Ancients believed it would guard against unseen evil and the poet Longfellow implied that it could help restore lost vis
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Picking Pears
Pears ripen from the inside out so when looking for a pear that is ready to eat, you should gently press around the flesh of the stem. If the pear is ripe, the flesh around the stem will give a little. Beware though, if the bottom of the pear is also
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Chartreuse is a liqueur containing no less than 130 different herbs. This French infusion owes its origins to an order of devout Catholic monks, the Carthusians, who settled in the Chartreuse Mountains in France in the 12th century. It was in 1605, i
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Freezer-friendly Meals
Palak paneer is my go-to dish when eating Indian out but I always want an option for home, and this hits the spot. It’s a perfect freezer-friendly meal, satisfying all the Indian flavour cravings but without having to order in (or go out!), not to me
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The Bare Bird
Serves: 6 8 cloves garlic, finely sliced2 large onions, finely diced1 lemongrass stalks, peeled & thinly sliced2 × 2cm ginger, grated2 fennel bulbs, finely diced3 carrots, finely diced420g corn kernels, drained & rinsed3 tbsp soy sauce2 tbsp coco
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Raisin The Bar
Raisins are produced from Muscat Gordo Blanco or Waltham Cross grapes. These grape varieties all contain seeds that are removed during processing to produce what is called a “seeded or stoned raisin”. These are generally seeded, oven-dried (rather th
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From the Editor
What is the shape of your life? In truth, in my case, “shape” is a generous term for what often feels like a riotously morphing and ill-fitting series of events. Life is a maelstrom, and the shape of it is something that only really makes itself plai
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Serves: 2 ¼ cup Niulife Naked Coconut Aminos¼ cup tahini2 tbsp toasted sesame oil¼ cup Niulife Coconut Cider Vinegar¼ cup hemp seed oil (or avocado oil or olive oil) 2 cucumbers, chopped2 carrots, spiralised1 tbsp sesame seeds, black or white½ c
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