Food and nutrients - Meat, seafood

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Ask the experts: Tender-basted chicken

Q: "Usually I choose to avoid tender-basted chicken. The puncture...

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Ask the experts: Smoked salmon

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Ask the experts: Salmon and omega-3

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Ask the experts: Surimi

Q: "Surimi is a relatively cheap 'seafood' we like. Fresh...

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Ask the experts: Imported pork

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Ask the experts: Omega-3 from fish

Q: "I know I should be eating more oily fish...

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Ask the experts: Processed meats

Nothing beats a fry-up for breakfast and bacon is often...

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Ask the experts: Cholesterol in seafood

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Ask the experts: Mercury in fish

Q. "How much tuna can you eat before there is a...

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Ask the experts: Raw chicken

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How do they produce salmon?

HFG editor Niki Bezzant explains how salmon gets from the...

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How do they raise chickens?

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr looks at the production of...

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How to cook seafood

Sarah Swain demonstrates how to prepare tasty prawns, mussels and...

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Guide to canned seafood

Fresh fish and other seafood can be pricey and not...

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Eight ways with prawns

Niki Bezzant shares some great recipe ideas for your next...

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Guide to sausages

Sausages are convenient and tasty — but is there such...

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How to choose frozen seafood

Using frozen seafood is a convenient way to get the...

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10 ways with leftover turkey

It’s hard to get excited by endless rounds of turkey...
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