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Seasonal Combinations

Taste of Summer

With their refreshing taste and succulent flesh, Mangoes can really take the heat out of summer. If you’ve ever tried eating one, you’ll know that it can be an entertaining experience in itself.

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Summer Party

You’ve set a date for your BBQ. Rung all your friends. Now the only question to ask is what food do you serve them? Well, for starters you could consider the delicious flavours of the Fig.

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Caught Red Handed

Recent studies have suggested that the colour red provokes the strongest reaction in humans. That’s why stop signs are red.

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Autumn Dessert

This month we’re going to tell you how to enhance a delectable after dinner treat with some powerful ingredients from nature – Rhubarb and Chestnuts.

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Try Something New

Chances are you’ve never heard of the Feijoa (pronounced Fee-Joe-Ah). But it’s taking the world by storm. Originally from South America, the Feijoa tastes like the heavenly lovechild of a pineapple and a strawberry.

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Winter Comfort

Everybody has comfort foods that they can fall back on in times of need. To get started we’ll take a look at what can happen when you fuse the fantastic flavours of Pears and Quince to make a little comfort food of your own.

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Winter Immunity

Winter can mean that cold and flu season is here too! Nobody likes getting a runny nose or a sore throat. So to give your immune system a hand, you could try eating some of nature’s produce that is high in Vitamin C.

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Winter Soothers

Sometimes despite your best efforts, you come down sick with a sore throat and watery eyes. Instead of reaching for the cold and flu medication or popping cough lollies, you should think about more natural ways to ease the discomfort.

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Spring Break

Spring is upon us! Birds are chirping. Bees are buzzing. The worst of winter is over. It’s time to relax and give your body a rest by combining some of nature’s tasty treats.

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Rock Some Papaya

Spring is the season to be active. Take a walk. Go for a run, or perhaps a swim will do it. Above all else, make sure your body keeps up with the demands placed upon it by topping it up with some of Mother Nature’s healthy nutrients.

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Stone Fruit

The stone fruit season is never long enough. Peaches and Nectarines are just two of the reasons why. Peaches are a good source of Vitamins A and C.

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Berrylicious

All the colours of the berry rainbow are in season this month and they’re all very, very good for you…

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