Brookfarm Toasted Macadamia Muesli

Mouth-watering muesli

Friday, 17 April 2009

Rich and crunchy, this muesli combines 17 different ingredients and it lightly toasted with pure Australian bush honey.

Herbie's Ground Lemon Myrtle Leaf

Lemon myrtle mania

Wednesday, 15 April 2009

The Australian native herb lemon myrtle has a fragrant lemongrass-like flavour, which is fabulous in macadamia-based cakes and biscuits, and enhances the flavour of seafood.

Organic Tamari Roasted Almonds

The real tamari

Monday, 13 April 2009

Roasted tamari almonds are a great snack food - and you can trust that these are good for you, given they have the Australian Certified Organic label and are made with organic almonds and organic tamari.

Fresh food and water

The journey so far

Wednesday, 26 November 2008

It's been 3 months since I started doing the G Challenges. Some of the challenges have turned into habits for me. Have they led to a change in habits for you, or made you re-think your daily activities?

Vegetable kebabs

Learning new food habits

Monday, 17 November 2008

How will this vegetarian challenge affect my future meat-eating habits? What I've learned is leading to changes in my diet.

Fresh spring pasta

Teach yourself new food tricks

Wednesday, 12 November 2008

Finding tasty new recipes can make going vego so much easier. I've got two websites to share with you and I'm looking for more suggestions...

3 tuna fish

Fishy business

Monday, 10 November 2008

Some vegetarians will make an exception and eat fish, for health reasons. Other vegetarians find that overfishing or ethical reasons are too serious a problem, and stick to eating only foods that "don't have a face".

A quick and easy explanation

Thursday, 6 November 2008

One of the downsides of choosing to eat less meat to help the environment is having to explain why to well-meaning friends and family. Sometimes it's hard to explain your reasons in a few words, without it turning into a lecture.

Sow crates

Another reason to eat less meat

Monday, 3 November 2008

The way we farm animals in Australia doesn't always keep their welfare in mind. It's an ethical reason to go vegetarian, or to become more choosy about where your meat comes from.

Healthy woman with fresh fruit and vegetables

Do your health a favour: go veg!

Thursday, 30 October 2008

People worry that their vegetarian friends will be missing out on important nutrients if they don't eat meat. But the truth is that a broad and varied vegetarian diet (that is, more than just chips and chocolate!) that includes beans, nuts, grains, seeds, fruit and vegetables is much healthier for you.

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