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Interviews

Never too many home cooks in the kitchen: a chat with a nutritionist and mobile kitchen manager at Jamie’s Ministry of Food

By On October 26, 2017

As nutrition and dietetic students, whipping up a stir fry for dinner is oil well and good but for some people cooking at home can seem like a lot of wok, a waste of their thyme… Read More

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Nutrition News

Fresh vs Frozen: How Fruit and Veg Stacks Up

By On June 8, 2017

Have you ever wondered why the price of fresh fruit and vegetables is so high, and when you compare it to frozen produce the price difference is quite noticeable? At the time of… Read More

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Nutrition News

Cake is not bad, and kale is not good.

By On September 2, 2016

“I’ve been so good today, I totally deserve dessert tonight” “I know it’s naughty, but that cake looks so good and I just want a piece” “I just love my food too… Read More

Food

Spiced Hazelnut and Parsnip Cake

By On June 30, 2016

As far as seasonal winter produce goes, things can get pretty limited when you live in a cool climate as most things grow best in the warmer months. Enter the humble parsnip.… Read More

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Perspectives

Swap it, don’t stop it: what to consider when changing the way you eat.

By On June 9, 2016

In a world of constant messaging, news updates and Tweets, there is nothing but pressure to eat this and restrict that. Although certain dietary patterns may seem healthier than others, restricting foods or… Read More

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Perspectives

Nutrition and the journey to sustainable eating

By On April 18, 2016

With a cascade of never ending nutrition information on organics, veganism, high carb, paleo-ism, high protein, or low-fat diets at our fingertips, eating sustainably can be great – but also feel complicated… Read More

Food

Autumn Inspired Pumpkin and Walnut Salad

By On February 29, 2016

I’m not sure where the summer months have gone, but suddenly Autumn is upon us. Autumn not only brings the cooler weather and an excuse to start thinking about snuggly blankets and… Read More

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Perspectives

Shining the spotlight on genuine ‘superfoods’

By On February 22, 2016

The internet is constantly flooded with advertisements and articles about the latest new wave of ‘superfoods’. The term ‘superfood’ is a marketing tool designed to promote foods that are usually expensive and often… Read More

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Nutrition News

Dietitian problems – If I had a dollar every time someone asked me…..

By On August 17, 2015

We’ve all been out at parties, social occasions or family functions where someone asks what you’re studying at uni. There’s always the mandatory conversation going something like this: ‘I study dietetics’ ‘diya… diya-tet-rics? What’s that?’ Once… Read More

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Nutrition News

Pat’s Veg – The new dude behind fermented foods + end of exams giveaway

By On June 23, 2015

In the quiet northern Victorian suburb of Coburg, with pristine white brick and a timber desk, lies the quiet yet booming business of Pat’s Veg. A relatively new company, specialising in organic handmade cultured vegetables,… Read More