Food and nutrients - Fruit, vegetables

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In season January: Curry leaf, watermelon, taro

Curry leaf The curry leaf is popular in Indian-inspired cuisine, bringing...

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In season December: Broad beans, daikon, chives

Broad beans A half-cup serve of broad beans is low in...

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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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In season October: Rhubarb, grapefruit, telegraph cucumber

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

NEWS

Less than half of Kiwis get 5+ a...

New research shows less than 40 per cent of Kiwis...

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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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In season August: Kohlrabi, limes, Italian parsley

Kohlrabi Kohlrabi is German for cabbage-turnip, though it is sweeter than...

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In season July: Agria potatoes, carrots, cauliflower

Agria potatoes Potatoes provide vitamin C, folate, potassium, antioxidants and fibre....

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How to get the best from feijoas, defeat...

Now is the time to feel smug for planting winter...

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In season June: Persimmons, red cabbage, yams

Persimmons Bronwyn and Lance Walters, of NTL Horticulture in Northland, have...

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Making the most of autumn’s bounty in the...

The main weather event down my way last month was...

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26 ways to use amazing autumn apples

Each year, my seasons are dominated more by which fruit...

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Try this: Medjool dates

If you haven’t tried Medjool dates, you’re in for a...

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Storing fresh produce

How to store fruit and vegetables for maximum nutrition. Garlic Store...

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Vege power to the max

The nutrients in veges can sometimes be lost during the...

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In season May: Fennel, olives, leeks

Fennel Increasing in popularity in New Zealand, fennel has an aniseed...

ADVICE

All power to the plants

Something you’ll hear a lot if you’re interested in healthy...

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The diseases your diet can save you from

How is it possible people in developed countries are showing...
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