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Olive Oil Reduces Alzheimer’s Risk
For a long while, the focus of attention on olive oil was that it contains monounsaturated fat. However, the more we know about olive oil, the more we are realising the importance of another ingredient called oleocanthal. This has some characteristic
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Serves: 6 5 cups cherries, stemmed & pitted6 Dilmah Cinnamon, Turmeric, Ginger & Nutmeg Teabags2 cups water150g cherry purée¼ cup granulated sugar2 cups medium-dry Riesling ½ tsp xanthan gum, to emulsify1 tsp orange zest2 tbsp orange juice1 tsp l
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Pumpernickel is a type of rye bread that was originally from Germany. The name comes from the German word “pumpern”, which means to break wind, and a version of the name “Nicholas”, which is associated with goblins or devils. So pumpernickel means, i
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Cooking with Lavender
Chia puddings are one of my go-to breakfasts — they are healthy, delicious and so easy to make. A hint of lavender in this pudding gives it a delicate taste and aroma. You can use whichever milk you like for this recipe — coconut, almond, oat or hemp
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The Bare Bird
Serves: 3–4 500g The Bare Bird Chicken Thigh Fillets Sea salt, to taste1 tbsp ground paprika2 tsp ground cumin1 tsp smoked or regular sea salt¼ tsp chilli or cayenne powder1 red onion, cut into 6 wedges1 bunch Dutch carrots, tops trimmed10 Brusse
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Lettuce ( Lactuca sativus )
Lettuce first appeared near the Mediterranean basin more than 4000 years ago. Initially it was probably just regarded as a nuisance weed, but it wasn’t long before it was appreciated as a food and a medicine. Hippocrates, the father of modern medicin
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Eat Well
EDITOR Terry Robson DEPUTY EDITOR Charlie Hale SUB-EDITOR Michelle Segal DESIGNER Kate Atkinson FEATURE WRITER Ally McManus CHEFS Adam Guthrie, Jacqueline Alwill, Georgia Harding, Raquel Neofit, Danielle Minnebo, Lee Holmes, Lisa Holmen N
Eat Well1 min lettiDiet & Nutrition
Citrus Beats Strokes
Flavonoids are a class of antioxidant nutrients found in many plants. They are known to reduce risk of stroke (the brain shutting from a lack of blood supply due to a blockage or embolism or leakage from blood vessels). There are many different types
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Grand Italian
Serves: 4 ½ cup pure cream½ cup milk3 thyme sprigs125g spreadable cream cheese100g Gorgonzola cheese, crumbled1 cup grated tasty cheese⅔ cup shredded Parmesan cheese Pinch nutmegWhite pepper, to taste500g packet Grand Italian Potato Gnocchi½ cup t
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Tilda Basmati
Serves: 4 2 tbsp peanut butter or nut butter of choice1 clove garlic, peeled & crushed5cm piece ginger root, peeled & grated2 tbsp soy sauce or tamari1 tsp sesame oil1 tbsp vegetable oil2 tbsp clear honey1–2 tbsp warm water 600g vegetables cut in
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Herbalife Nutrition
Blend up this refreshing shake for a healthy breakfast or lunch on the go. Serves: 1 28g Herbalife Nutrition Formula1 Nutritional Shake Mix — French Vanilla1 cup non-fat milk1 cup peach slices, fresh or frozen3–5 ice cubes Combine ingredients i
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How To Store Rye Bread
“Our rye loaf stays good for more than two weeks,” shares Paulus. “You need to keep it in the paper bag, in a sealed plastic bag, so that it doesn’t dry out. It’s best to eat a few slices daily so the air in the plastic bag doesn’t make the rye stale
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From the Editor
I recently had a peak palate experience that I have to share with you. If you’ve read my editorials over previous years in EatWell, you might remember that I have introduced you to a friend of mine — Bodkin and his wife Lilliput (names changed to pro
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Nepalese Style
Rice is a staple in Nepal and this sunny yellow rice takes full advantage of the spices and aromas the Nepalese cherish. It’s beautiful with a rich lamb curry or even a barbecue. The base of this dish clings together and cooks almost like a biryani.
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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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Ceres Organics
Serves: 4 ⅓ cup chia seeds400mL tin Ceres Organics Organic Coconut Milk1 tbsp Ceres Organics Organic Maple Syrup¼ cup Ceres Organics Organic Banoffee Peanut Butter 1 cup mixed berries (blueberries, chopped strawberries, raspberries)2 bananas, sli
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Makes: 14 bars 2 cups rolled oats1 cup pumpkin seeds½ cup Lakanto Maple Syrup½ cup hulled tahini2 tbsp coconut oil1 tsp vanilla extract½ cup inca berries (or dried dates, figs, goji berries), roughly chopped1½ cups puffed buckwheat (or rice, mill
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Earl Grey tea
Earl Grey tea gets its name from the English aristocrat Earl Charles Grey (1764–1845). Although we know the name comes from him, we aren’t exactly sure how it happened. Some stories say that his good work in China led to the recipe coming into his ow
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Explore Cuisine
Serves: 4 1 box Explore Cuisine Chickpea Fusilli3 carrots, peeled & grated2 sweet potatoes, peeled & grated2 cloves garlic, peeledSalt, to taste 2 cups vegetable stock2 cups water250g vegan cheese or yellow cheddar cheese, grated In a pan over m
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Boxty is a traditional Irish food. It is a potato pancake made with 70 per cent grated potato as well as flour, baking soda and buttermilk. You can get “loaf style” or “boiled” boxty, but the traditional form is made by mixing the ingredients togethe
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Makes: 6 1 cup chopped fresh strawberries1 cup fresh blueberries1 cup fresh raspberries1 cup coconut yoghurt2 tbsp agave syrup1 tsp vanilla extract180g dairy-free dark chocolate 70%1 tbsp coconut oil5 Leda Choculence Biscuits, roughly crumbed¼ cu
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That’s Amore
Serves: 2 2 × 125g That’s Amore Buffalo Mozzarella50g prosciutto, sliced in small strips12 green pitted olives, halved 1 large ripe tomato, diced Extra-virgin olive oilSalt & pepper, to taste4 fresh basil leaves Remove mozzarella from fridge one
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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: Whether you
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Ceres Organics
Serves: 4 ½ cup Ceres Organics Red Lentil & Black Sesame Burger Mix⅓ cup boiling waterOil Burger bunsGherkinsRed onionCeres Organics Egg-Free VeganMayonnaiseLettuceTomato sauce Combine ½ cup burger mix with ⅓ cup of boiling water and leave to t
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Is Rye Bread Also Wholegrain?
Even though rye bread is dark in colour, this doesn’t mean it is necessarily wholegrain. Rye bread can be made with a variety of different flour blends, such as light, medium or dark rye flour combined with a flour that has more protein, such as whea
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Superfood Soups
This healing soup is one of the most nutritious and nourishing meals around. It’s one of my go-to meals for when anyone in the family feels a bit run down and really is food for the soul. A good dose of protein and a rainbow of carbohydrate and fibre
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Recipes by Falcon Range Cookers
Serves: 6 1½ cups plain flour¼ tsp salt150g cold unsalted butter, diced2 tbsp cold water650g mixed-colour cherry tomatoes, halvedSalt & pepper, to taste50g unsalted butter3 red onions, halved & thinly sliced4 cloves garlic, chopped¼ cup balsamic
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Best Brunches
I don’t know what it is about combining fresh and marinated artichokes, but I just love the contrast. Serves: 2 2 small French baguettes, sliced through the middleOlive oil, to brush bread2 radishes, thinly sliced2 spring onions, sliced1 small j
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The Roots Of Rye Bread
Rye is a grain that is similar to wheat but darker in colour, and has an earthier taste with a denser texture. This grain has a high tolerance for growing in cold climates and originally grew hidden in wheat fields as a common weed. When ground from
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Pearl River Bridge
Serves: 2 2 cloves garlic, chopped15g onion, chopped1 red hot chilli, chopped10g Chinese parsley, choppedJuice ¼ lemon30g parsley, chopped10g fresh oregano, chopped2 tbsp Pearl River Bridge Rice VinegarSalt & black pepper, to tasteSugar, to taste
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