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Anzac Biscuits
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Anzac Biscuits

On Anzac Day, we pay tribute to all the men and women who have served our nation as members of the Australian Defence Force. Lest We Forget “The army biscuit, also known as an Anzac wafer or Anzac tile, is essentially a long shelf-life, hard tack biscuit, eaten as a substitute for bread. Unlike bread,...

Hop to it and enjoy your Easter holiday
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Hop to it and enjoy your Easter holiday

Enjoy your Easter eggs…. at Easter Easter is a hop around the corner, which often means four days of entertaining with family and friends, Australians spending $190 million on eggs and bunnies and yes, chocolate galore.  How does one navigate this holiday celebration to be in line with your nourished lifestyle, and I don’t mean...

Here’s to a Blissful Kind of Day
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Here’s to a Blissful Kind of Day

These balls of deliciousness are perfect for an afternoon tea pick-me-up, great snack for kids, great end to a picnic lunch.  There are now so many varieties of bliss balls, protein balls on the market … though I would share with you some home-made varieties that don’t cost $3 a ball.  Equally delicious and nutritious,...

Find your joy and happiness with food
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Find your joy and happiness with food

The Spoon Project is an initiative of Rachael Bradford, Nutritionist and Director of Eat and Enjoy Nutrition, to help people have an enjoyable, freeing & healthful relationship with food.  to help people move towards a positive, healthful and happy relationship with food. The Nourish & Nurture spoon is a uniquely special spoon with hand-stamped inscription...

Freekeh, Pomegranate and Roasted Carrot Salad
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Freekeh, Pomegranate and Roasted Carrot Salad

Ingredients 1 cup freekeh 3 cups water 1 bunch baby (Dutch) carrots, tops trimmed 3 purple carrots, peeled, sliced in half lengthways, & then cut on diagonal ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil ¼ tsp smoked paprika 1½ tbsp pomegranate molasses ½ cup (80g) almonds, roasted, chopped Seeds of 1 pomegranate 1 bunch flat-leaf parsley,...

Time Saving Hacks in your Kitchen
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Time Saving Hacks in your Kitchen

Many Australians have a desire to cook homemade meals and three in four (74%) families cook their family a meal five or more nights a week.  Some challenges that confront home cooks are the cost of groceries, confidence in the kitchen, trying to “please the masses” and being time poor.  Indeed a recent report highlights...

Be Your Own Food Tribe – Just do Food
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Be Your Own Food Tribe – Just do Food

According to a recent study, one-in-three Australians exclude specific food groups from their diet – including wheat or gluten, dairy and/or animal products.  My observation within my practice is that this number may be even higher. Every day I hear conversations around what food movement people follow and it seems that this food avoidance is...

Get off the Diet-Merry-Go-Round
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Get off the Diet-Merry-Go-Round

There is a common misconception that people fail at diets because they lack will-power.  The truth of the matter is that diets fail people – every single time.  Our bodies and our minds are not meant to diet, and if our body is forced to eat less than what it needs each day, it will...