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Edible Beauty
This is the perfect breakfast recipe for busy days. Prep the night before so that your breakfast is ready to grab and go in the morning. It is loaded with beauty-boosting protein, omegas, probiotics, antioxidants and collagen for the ultimate nourish
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Rice Bakes
Baked rice doesn’t need to be boring. You can colour up this beautiful side with extra flavour and additional health benefits. Serves: 3 1¾ cups chicken stock1 tbsp olive oil1 cup jasmine rice 2 tbsp salted butter½ tsp turmeric Preheat the oven
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Activated Nutrients
Serves: 1 1–2 tsp Activated Nutrients Top Up Women’s Multivitamin+½ cup kale½ cup spinach1 cup almond milk1 cup sliced banana (frozen or fresh)1 cup diced mango (frozen or fresh) Blend the Activated Nutrients Top Up Women’s Multivitamin+, greens
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Honey, Honey
The sweet golden liquid that is honey has had a long history of use as a food and medicine dating back to ancient times where Egyptians, Greeks and Romans used honey to heal wounds, ease coughs and infections and treat diseases of the gut. Honey is a
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Cooking With Cultured Dairy
This is lovely to have in the afternoon as a pick-me-up. It can also be placed in the freezer to make a frozen treat, too. Serves: 1 1 cup yoghurt1 tbsp cacao nibs1 tbsp pepitas1 tbsp pine nuts1 tbsp sunflower seeds 1 tbsp nut butter½ cup raspbe
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That's Amore Cheese
250g plain flour, sifted3 eggs¼ tsp salt500mL milk3 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil, plus extra for brushing2 cloves garlic, finely chopped½ teaspoon chilli3 sprigs parsley, chopped 300g baby spinach500g That’s Amore Ricotta125g That’s Amore SmokedScamor
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In conversation with … Analiese Gregory
New Zealand-born chef Analiese Gregory is no stranger to fine dining, having worked at notable restaurants including Quay in Sydney and Michel Bras’ eponymous Michelin-starred restaurant in countryside France. But in 2017, Gregory packed her bags for
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Brought to life by Bertolli, Chris’ Foods & Vetta
Bertolli Organic is a range of extra virgin olive oils made from organic olives, so no pesticides or chemicals are used in the growing, harvesting or pressing of the olives. Try Bertolli Organic Fruity on meat, pasta or as a finishing drizzle. Elevat
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From the Editor
Daughters have a way of looking right through you. Mostly, I choose to kid myself, it is a look of familiar acceptance laced occasionally with appreciation. On a recent occasion, however, I detected questioning and a distinct overtone of disdain. It
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Brought to life by The Organic Milk Co, Tilda & Vetta
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: Great food start
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5 Low-kilojoule Energy Boosters
Unfortunately, one of the first thing a lot of people do when they lack energy is reach for high-kilojoule sugary snack foods and drinks. Sure, these foods will give you a quick energy fix but their high sugar content will cause your blood sugar leve
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Corn Thins
Serves: 20 (½ cup per serve) 1 bag of Corn Thins® or Rice Thins ™ slices½ cup raisins1 cup sunflower seeds1 cup hazelnuts or your favourite nuts, roughly chopped ½ cup extra-virgin olive oil½ cup honey¼ tsp salt1 tsp ground ginger¼ tsp ground cin
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The Bare Bird
Serves: 4 250g mascarponeZest & juice 1 lemon2 tbsp fresh thyme leaves2 tbsp fresh tarragon, finely chopped2 cloves garlic, finely choppedSea salt & freshly ground pepper 1 The Bare Bird whole chicken3 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil4 medium white po
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What's In Season?
Artichoke, Asian greens (buk choy, choy sum, gai laan & wonga bok), asparagus, avocados, beans (broad & green), broccoli, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, choko, cucumber, leek, lettuce, mushrooms (Morel), onions (salad & spring), peas (green, snow & su
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Dinners With 5 Veg
This is such a quick and simple one-pan meal. It has all the flavours of pizza with a nutritious five-veggie hit. It’s perfect for a light meal or double up for a more substantial bite. Serves: 4 2 tbsp olive oil4 medium sweet potatoes 4 tbsp to
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Cucumbers For Your Skin
Cucumber is refreshing due to its high water content, but there are still plenty of valuable nutrients in the humble cucumber. They are a valuable source of conventional antioxidant nutrients including vitamin C, beta-carotene and manganese. In addit
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Singaporean Style
Rojak is a fruit salad topped with peanuts and sesame seeds and is commonly enjoyed in Singapore. It is a delicious mixture of sliced fruit and vegetables served with a tangy, spiced, sweet dressing. Serves: 4 1 tbsp sambal oelek1 tbsp hoisin sau
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10 Must-try Spring Veg
There isn’t much better in the world of produce than new-season spring asparagus. It’s bright, crisp and tender. The season is relatively short, though, so start looking for it early. Look for asparagus with vibrant colour and tight florets that don’
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Plant-based Fry-up
When I say the words “fry-up”, what do you think of? Do you picture fried eggs and sausages smothered in tomato sauce? Perhaps you smell sizzling, smoky bacon that wafts through the room? Or maybe you’re in lust over the crispiness of a hot hash brow
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Asian Greens
The myriad of Asian green varieties available are regulars in our cooking these days. Whether it be baby buk choy (at its peak during spring and autumn), choy sum or gai lan, they all offer a delightful taste and spectacular nutrition. Whatever your
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EDITOR Terry Robson ACTING DEPUTY EDITOR Georgia Nelson SUB-EDITOR Anastasia Casey DESIGNER Kate Atkinson FEATURE WRITERS Lisa Guy, Lee Holmes, Raquel Neofit CHEFS Naomi Sherman, Georgia Houston, Lisa Holmen, Adam Guthrie, Lee Holmes, Georg
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Simply Food: 80 Delicious Wholefood Recipes for Everyday Living
Wholefood meets comfort food in this exquisite and utterly delicious cookbook. Simply Food is just that — the joy of an easy, home-cooked meal made with love. Each recipe calls for no more than 15 minutes of hands-on time and features pantry basics t
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Keto Breakfasts
This simple keto breakfast is a fabulous start to the day as well as being quick and easy for a fast breakfast on the go. Serves: 1 1 tbsp olive oil1 rasher bacon, sliced4 Brussels sprouts, quartered 1 sprig kale, leaf stripped off the stem1–2 f
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Hibiscus Tea
Hibiscus tea, made from the plant species Hibiscus sabdariffa, has been enjoyed in Egypt and Sudan for centuries where it is known as karkade. In ancient Egypt, the tea was primarily served cold and was mainly used by the Pharaohs to cool off in the
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What’s On
Head to the Tweed region this spring for a weekend of culinary delights. The Tweed Artisan Food Weekend brings together farmers, producers, chefs and eateries to deliver three days full of long-table lunches, farm experiences and cooking workshops —
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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 food, so we want to hear from you. Let us know how you have found some of the recipes you have made from this issu
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The modern garden pea is thought to have originated from the field pea that was native to central Asia and the Middle East. Centuries of cultivation and selection for certain characteristics have resulted in the pea that we know and love today. Since
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From The EatWell Team
Want to recreate our bespoke recipes in your own kitchen? Emma Dean shows you how… For more information visit ■
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Kibbeh is a staple of Middle Eastern cuisine that takes a little effort to make, but the taste is well worth it. The name comes from the Arabic word kubbah, meaning football and accurately describes these football-shaped croquettes. Kibbeh is made of
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Pearl River Bridge
Serves: 3–4 500g marble pork, peeled Olive oil2 star anise2 bay leaves 86g Pearl River Bridge Yellow Rock Sugar ½ cup Pearl River Bridge Golden Label Superior Light Soy Sauce4 tbsp Pearl River Bridge Cooking Kwangtung Wine1 tsp peanut butter400mL
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