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In season November: Choy sum, loquat, sage

Choy sum Choy sum, also known as Chinese flowering cabbage, is...

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Bought vs homemade: Garlic hummus

Hummus can be used as a dip, a spread or...

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How to choose vege chips

Chips are usually high in salt, fat and energy and...

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Everyday choices: Dessert toppings

Is it worth trying an alternative to whipped cream on...

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Half-empty packets

Have you ever opened a packet and discovered it’s half...

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Everyday choices: Muesli

The word organic makes it sounds like a food might...

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How to choose nut and seed butters

Nut and seed butters can be a nutritious toast topper....

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How much sodium is in that vegetarian protein?

If you’re vegetarian, or just enjoy mixing your diet up...

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Put it on the menu: Tofu

Low in fat and a good source of protein, tofu...

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In season October: Rhubarb, grapefruit, telegraph cucumber

Rhubarb Just a half-cup serve of stewed rhubarb gives you 3g...

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Bought vs homemade: Chutney

Chutney is a good way to use up extra produce...

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Rare meat

What do rule changes about serving rare meat mean for...

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Everyday choices: Café slice

You fancy something sweet and you see raw cheesecake on...

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In season September: Cape gooseberries, coriander, gai lan

Cape gooseberries While this pale orange-yellow tart fruit has been shown...

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Bought vs homemade: Smoothies

Smoothies can be a good way to add more fruit...

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How to choose frozen fish

We were once limited to the humble fish finger, but...

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How many kilojoules in that bliss ball?

Bliss balls are promoted as a healthier snack choice, but...

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What’s the deal with miso paste?

Most of us think of the soothing miso broth, but...
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