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One pan dinner winners

I have two stainless steel baking trays, also called ‘sheet pans’, and they are the workhorses of my kitchen. I use them to slow cook meats, roast chickens and vegetables. They are large enough to spread the ingredients around to cook evenly (and roast instead of steam), and they have a slight rim which can … Continued

Cooking with spices

Spices add sweetness, spice, and complexity to all kinds of dishes from breakfast through to desserts. They can transform a one-dimensional dish into something truly special – whether it be to give an aromatic note in the background or to drive the flavour of the dish. They also have numerous health benefits so aside from … Continued

What do you cook when there’s a heatwave outside?

First of all, I guess this post isn’t for all the lucky people out there with air-conditioning. I can see you now on those hot summer days, cooking roasts like it’s the middle of winter and not a care in the world! Well, spare a thought for those of us sweltering in hothouses, where the … Continued

First time cooks, where do you start?

So you’ve never really cooked, ubereats is your go-to or your flatmate, partner, or parent does most of the cooking – sound like you? And one day you look in the mirror and realise you’ve never really cooked a meal in your life, and you’d LIKE to – where on earth do you start? The … Continued

Back to school – the lunchbox

I know I know – there are a million of these blogs all over the internet, yet I have a young boy starting school this year and I am STILL stuck for ideas for what to put into his lunchbox. Somehow, even though I love to cook, the whole scenario feels very daunting. This is … Continued

A happier and healthier 2019!

All too often we find ourselves getting hung up on what we are or aren’t putting in our mouth to achieve a healthy weight, or health in general. While putting the right things into our mouth is a big piece of the puzzle, it is often a challenge given our fast-paced environment and demanding lifestyles. … Continued

Nutritionists, Dietitians and Wellness Coaches – What’s the difference?

Nutrition is such a hot topic and will continue to be as the world battles the ongoing increase in diet-related illnesses. In this modern world we have so much information at our fingertips but unfortunately, there is much careless dissemination of so-called “nutrition” advice flying around. Therefore, when making changes to your diet, it is … Continued

Sugary drinks, sitting and metabolic effects

Sugary drinks. As tasty as they may be, any joy gleaned from drinking these beverages is momentary, with the impact to the body significant and enduring if you are knocking these back on a regular basis. It is well documented that excess sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption is correlated with weight gain,1 and a few sips provide … Continued

Sugar and allergies in kids

Most kids are partial to the sweet stuff. Unfortunately, too much can contribute to a number of negative health effects, such as excessive weight gain, type 2 diabetes and other symptoms associated with metabolic syndrome, tooth decay, and a preference for those foods high in free or added sugars later in life. This is not … Continued

Early Learning Toolkit trial, Bendigo Health

That Sugar Movement recently added to its education collection an Early Learning Toolkit. This is something we are extremely proud of as the early intervention, in the formation of children’s eating habits and nutritional literacy is more important than ever. Many children are consuming too much added sugar – not only from discretionary foods but … Continued

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