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How to let go of possession obsession by Jillian Exton

We live in a world where our focus on convenience and our lack of knowledge or control over the ingredients in our everyday products and services, are impacting our health on many levels. We are overwhelmed by consumerism where we buy all things pre-packaged, pre-assembled and mass-produced; that have a life span of a nano-second; then we repeat this cycle. It is so pleasing to see a movement towards ‘back ...

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Planting the seeds for a great life by Jean Sheehan, Principal – Millennium Education

Many years ago when my 23-year-old son was food shopping with me he said, “Vegetables grow in the supermarket.” That blew me away and got me thinking that unless we show children nature and how things work, they will assume things like this. The next day it was a trip to the nursery to buy vegetable seedlings to plant. The whole process of growing your own food fascinated my son and the best part was that h ...

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Fragrant Indian Chicken and Veggie Curry by Kate McAloon

This curry is full of flavourful healthy ingredients! It’s easy to make once you have everything prepped. Your friends and family will love it and it’s a big hit of one of my clients, with Orlando Bloom. NOTE: I like using broccoli, onions, zucchini and capsicum as a base and adding other veggies I have on hand. Prepare veggies, other ingredients and open the coconut cream before you start the recipe. TIP F ...

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Raw Raspberry and Vanilla Chia Pudding

Raw Raspberry and Vanilla Chia Pudding (dairy free, vegan, paleo) (serves 2) ORGANIC INGREDIENTS: - 2 cups raw home-made cashew milk or vegan milk substitute (*directions for how to make your own cashew milk are below) - 5 tablespoons chia seeds - 2 teaspoons vanilla powder - 4 medjool dates, soaked overnight - 2 handfuls raspberries - 1 teaspoon maca powder - toppings of choice (I have used fermented cocon ...

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Georgia Barnes’ Summer Smoothie

If there’s a taste of summer, this is it – a mouth-watering berry and rosewater smoothie packed with a nutritional punch. The rosewater adds a beautifully fragrant touch to this delicious drink. Raspberry, Strawberry & Rosewater Smoothie Ingredients 1 cup frozen organic raspberries 1 cup fresh strawberries ½ lemon, juiced (optional) 1 tbs rosewater 1 cup sparkling mineral water ½ cup ice cubes Method 1. Pla ...

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Chef’s Shepard’s Pie by Luisa Toaldo

This recipe steps up the family favourite Shepard’s Pie by creating it with diced lamb instead of mince and slow cooking it in a water bath to intensify the flavour. Prep time: 30 mins Cook time: 3 hours Total time: 3 hours 30 mins Serves: 4 Ingredients • 500g diced lamb • 6 cloves garlic (reserve four for roast garlic - see notes) • 4 tbsp butter • 750ml beef stock • 2 stalks of rosemary • 100ml milk • 2 t ...

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Cacao and Peanut Cookies by Jill Milne

Chocolate is one of our favourite flavours here in the cafe, so Easter is our favourite time of year! We choose to use Organic Cacao in our chocolate recipes as it’s gluten free, vegan and raw as well as totally yummy! Raw cacao is cold pressed without solvents that gives a product of over 360% more antioxidants than regular cocoa, 14 times more antioxidants than red wine, 21 times more than green tea and 7 ...

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Raw Chocolate Banana Mousse Cake By Kim Morrison and Cyndi O’Meara

This is absolutely positively one of the easiest and yummiest desserts of all. And considering how healthy it is and how good it tastes you will be amazed at how easy it is to convince people that healthy food can be positively indulging! Base: 1 cup soaked almonds (soak for 2 hours in water, then drain) ½ cup pitted dates 1 tbsp coconut oil 1/4 tsp Himalayan (or sea) salt Middle Layer: 4-5 bananas 4-5 tabl ...

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Burmese Golden Semolina Pudding By Trish Davison

Burmese Golden Semolina Pudding, By Trish Davison, owner of 'Burma in Ya Belly' My cousin Teresa would make this for us whenever she visited and it was one of my favourites especially cold, with a cup of tea. Generally Burmese meals do not include sweets. Fresh tropical fruits in season are usually served after the meal to cool and cleanse the palette. Like most other neighbouring countries in the region, s ...

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Spice Up Your Life with Vicki Taylor

This Month's spice: Marjoram By Spice Queen, Vicki Taylor Marjoram is a hardy perennial bush and is one of the most widely used herbs in Europe yet Oregano is used more throughout the rest of the world. Although very similar to Oregano, Marjoram isn't as strong in both smell and taste, but still has a distinctive flavour. You may also be familiar with names like Sweet Marjoram or Knotted Marjoram. It was kn ...

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