Not your average vegetable tempura… this recipe has a touch of spice hidden in the batter (you control how much), which is perfect for adding flavour to leftover broccoli or cauliflower.Continue reading “Spicy Vegetable Tempura (Cauliflower or Broccoli)”
Eating healthy is one of the most important routines most parents find difficult to implement at home. Especially when kids are fond of sweets, treats, and junkies, it can be hard to change. With this simple yet nutritious pork, vegetable, and quinoa sausage rolls recipe, you can easily make a nutritious and tasty lunch for kids as they go back to school. Your little ones are sure to love it, even without the dip! Continue reading “Pork, Vegetable, and Quinoa Sausage Rolls Recipe”
The sun is out and you want to feel its warmth on your skin. You think about fun times under the sun and can’t wait for those outdoor picnics, beach hangouts, beautiful hikes, and perfect pool afternoons. But the sun isn’t all bright and shiny. Sometimes it can be unforgiving too. Don’t let it beat you though! Enjoy your day out in the sun with these top tips on how to stay hydrated even in the scorching heat of summer. Continue reading “How to Stay Hydrated This Summer”
Beetroot in a burger is quintessentially Australian, but there are a lot more tasty uses for this root crop beyond that. Vibrantly red and extraordinarily nutritious, the humble beetroot is perfect raw or cooked and added to anything from salads to roasts to juices. You can also harness its intensely vivid colour by turning it into a delicious beetroot soup enhanced with hibiscus. Continue reading “Beetroot Soup with Hibiscus Recipe”
Whether you produce a bountiful harvest from your garden or you’re a shopper who buys in bulk when foods go on sale, there are many reasons to try dehydration over other food storage methods, and the process is not difficult.
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Having a dehydrator in your kitchen makes it a cinch to create your own healthy snacks. There are heaps of fruits and veggies you can dry with your kitchen dehydrator. A huge benefit of dehydrated fruits and vegetables is that they have a long shelf life, as well as being lightweight which makes them perfect to store or take along to hikes and other outdoor activities. Continue reading “Top 8 Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetables”
There’s something immensely comforting about eating noodles in a bowl. Is it the inviting colours of the noodles, meat, and veggies, or the thought of loading your fork with a bit of everything before making that one big bite? I definitely think it’s both.
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During a recent holiday, my four-year-old son decided to become a vegetarian. We were driving along the beautiful Pacific coast and saw some cows grazing. Somehow it was mentioned that beef comes from cows, which he apparently had no idea of. Then and there he decided not to eat animals anymore. Continue reading “Zoodles and Balsamic Tomatoes Recipe”
We’re constantly told we need to eat our five a day, now I consider myself a relatively healthy person (relatively, because at the time of writing I’m eating a brownie) but getting enough vegetables into my diet, and no doubt your diet isn’t always easy. One of the simplest ways to do this is to swap about some of your everyday carbs with vegetable substitutes – think cauliflower rice or courgetti (zucchini that’s been spiralised into a spaghetti-like ribbons).
Sprouting involves soaking seeds, nuts, legumes or grains for several hours which helps soften the hull, allowing the sprout to grow. They’re then repeatedly rinsed until they begin to develop a tail-like protrusion and are usually ready to use when the sprout is ¼ inch.
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