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Pure delight

Cooking with whole foods simply means choosing foods that are in their natural state or as close to it as possible. When it comes to finding the motivation to get into the kitchen and cook, what could be more inspiring than seasonal, fresh ingredients – from a bunch of newly picked deep-green kale or a rich orange pumpkin to savoury seeds, grains and beans in every shape and colour? These beautiful foods don’t need much preparation to turn them into a nourishing meal.

In a whole-food diet, there is no room for ingredients that are highly refined or processed or that contain anything artificial. Choosing to cook with whole foods means you are getting the maximum nutrition intended by nature, and when the foods are properly prepared, their nutrient value can even increase. Whether you are a

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