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Growing Garlic

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We use so much garlic in our house! The best time to plant garlic is on the ‘shortest day’ of the year, coming into winter. There are many varieties but you have to make sure you get organic and not genetically modified. Usually the ones from your supermarket are genetically modified to not allow further […]

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Healthy Shopping: Should I Buy Organic or Regular?

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Which fruit, vegetables and produce should we buy organic? Ever crunched into a delicious home grown carrot? Then you’ll know anything home grown and organic tastes better. A lot better. And if food is grown without being sprayed with poisonous pesticides, or hit with chemical fertilizers, it’s a better story for our body – no […]

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Kyneton Farmers Market and Bruschetta Recipe

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It’s the weekend, yay! Perfect for heading off to a farmer’s market near you. The Kyneton Farmer’s Market is on the 2nd Saturday of the month, and that was yesterday, so off I trotted! After the crazy heat it was lovely to be out and about making the most of the cooler day. We bought […]

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Kitchen Garden

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The kitchen garden is such an inspiring concept! Growing your own produce for your table – creating your own simple, fresh, ingredients that are packed with flavour and nutrients. Over time, urban living has meant that we’ve grown removed from the production of the food we eat. The kitchen garden is a simple step to […]

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Farmers Market

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Daylesford Farmers Market and a Delicious Winter Salad Farmers markets are so. in. right. now. And I’m following the trend like a little lemming! The Daylesford Farmers Market is held on the first Saturday of the month, and so off I trot to buy my goodies! The organic vegies and free range eggs are my […]

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