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Nourish magazine

March 2018

Nourish magazine is Australia's premier food magazine, featuring healthy recipes, diet tips, nutritional info and monthly meal plans. As it is widely accepted that health & wellbeing can be achieved through correct nutrition, Nourish magazine presents expert nutritional advice, the best seasonal recipes, healthy and delicious eating plans, tasty raw food recipes plus interviews and cooking tips from celebrity chefs. With our mantra being “great bodies are made in the kitchen”, health & wellbeing is achieved through great recipes and good nutrition .

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Blitz Publications & Multi Media Group PTY LTD
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contributors

MARTYNA ANGELL Martyna Angell is a professional recipe developer, food stylist and food photographer based in Sydney. She is a qualified health coach with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, New York, and has a genuine passion for healthy living. She is an author of three e-cookbooks and was a finalist in the 2013 BUPA Health Influencer Blog Awards. wholesome-cook.com SALLY O’NEIL Sally O’Neil is a writer, population health specialist, self-confessed food junkie and founder of The Fit Foodie blog: a hub for all things healthy, fit, stylish, aspirational and influential. With a passion for wellbeing and fitness, her aim is to inform and inspire people so they are equipped to feel nourished, happy and full. She is on a mission to prove that nutritious food doesn’t…

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for whom the bell tolls

I remember my first day at school like it was yesterday. To prove it, if you ask me what I had for lunch at Middle Park Primary in 1993, you’ll get the same answer as if you asked me what I had in Melbourne city in 2018, which is: “I can’t remember.” The latter may be due to a worrying forgetfulness and a lack of morning coffee, but the former is certainly due to the anxiety-whipped frenzy that occurs when a five-year-old first straps up in uniform and faces the world – without the watching eye of a parent – for a full six hours. In the early ’90s, when things were far less sterilised, the playground was something of a Wall Street trading floor. You may not know…

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news

HISTORIC SYDNEY VENUE ENTERS NEW PHASE Merivale has opened the newly acquired The Hotel Centennial on Woollahra’s Oxford Street. The Paddington’s renowned executive chef Ben Greeno presides over the kitchen, collaborating with Fred’s Danielle Alvarez on the dining room and bar menu. Greeno is joined by head chef James Evangelinos. With their love of local produce and talent for restrained simplicity, Greeno and Alvarez have created a menu shaped with a Mediterranean sensibility – an exciting new direction for the historic pub. “This is a nod to Southern Europe; food inspired by the season and what people want to eat,” says Greeno. “It’s what you’d like to make at home but rather go out for.” SPRING GULLY BOUNCES BACK South Australian pickled food…

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the feed

LOGIC FOR NEW TREND FAR FROM WATERTIGHT AMERICAN-BASED COMPANIES LIVE WATER AND TOURMALINE SPRING HAVE DEVELOPED THE LATEST HIGH-PRICED, SENSELESS FAD THAT IS A HIT WITH THOSE SEEKING ‘MORE’ THAN MERE TAP WATER: RAW WATER. AT $6 PER GALLON, WHICH IS AROUND FOUR LITRES, THOSE WHO ENJOY ALTERNATIVE DIETS ARE FLOCKING TO THE CHLORINE-FREE LIQUID THAT HAS THE POTENTIAL TO HARM THOSE THAT CONSUME IT. CSIRO develop fibre-rich wheat An international team including CSIRO, French company Limagrain Céréales Ingrédients, and the Grains Research and Development Corporation has developed a new type of wheat that has up to 10 times the regular amount of the fibre, which helps improve gut health and also fights bowel cancer and type 2 diabetes, than normal wheat.…

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events

KELLYBROOK CIDER FESTIVAL VIC 6–7 May 2018 For the first weekend in May every year, the Kellybrook Cider Festival brings you heaps of great food, fresh cider and funky live music – a gathering to be enjoyed by the whole family. Enjoy a local brew while rocking to folk and country beats by local talent, with plenty of fun kids’ activities to keep the little ones entertained too. BYO picnic rug and smile for a day of tasting and fun. For details visit: kellybrookwinery.com.au LOVEDALE LONG LUNCH NSW 19–20 May 2018Food and wine lovers rejoice. The Lovedale Long Lunch brings you delicious cuisine by leading chefs teamed with an array of fine wine from seven of the Hunter Valley’s finest wineries. Packages include main…

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mix fresh with familiar

Apiwraps Beeswax Wraps Ditch wasteful plastic wrap for these beautiful, handmade and eco-friendly beeswax wraps made from organic cotton. These handy multipurpose wraps are easy to use and clean, and are also long-lasting. Each set includes three large wraps. $40, www.upcyclestudio.com.au Wood/Marble Wide Chopping Board with Handle This chopping board by Casa Uno is functional enough to accommodate heavy-duty cutting, as well as stylish enough to plate up cheeses and snacks upon. $64.95, www.zanui.com.au Reuseable Insulated Brown Paper Bag These magnetic, roll-top fastening bags are reusable, they wipe clean, and are non-tearable. Quart of milk optional! $26.99, www.yellowoctupus.com.au Academy Eliot Mortar & Pestle $69.99,academyhomegoods.com.au Pull Out Matte Black Kitchen Mixer This elegant tap is built using the highest quality components…

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