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Meat is important for good health as it contains protein, iron and B group vitamins. However we don’t need to eat a lot to maintain good health. To keep meat interesting and stop dryness try our accompaniments and sauces. Read more
Although they provide more calories than fresh fruit, dates are a healthier option than processed sweets and are sodium and fat free. A good source of carbohydrate, dietary fibre, potassium and magnesium, dates provide an ideal snack for athletes, growing children and the elderly. Read more
Prawns and scallops are a good source of omega 3 fatty acids, protein, zinc, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iodine, selenium, iron and vitamin B12. Read more
Legumes are a good source of dietary fibre, protein, phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc, potassium and folate; plus they have a low GI (glycaemic index) to help you feel full for longer. Read more
In winter, salad vegetables can be scarce and/or over priced. So do try our hot vegetable salad recipe which not only makes good use of the vegetables in season but is also able to be varied and served as a main meal or lunch all year round. Read more
Pumpkin is such a versatile vegetable and particularly loved in New Zealand and Australia where it is cheap and plentiful all year round. Read more
This fish dish is super easy to make, tastes amazing and is easy to vary. It’s also has the type of topping you could use for a speedy topping to vegetable bakes or lasagna’s. Read more