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In this issue

With over 70 recipes EVERY edition, Eat Well magazine is packed with quick tasty and healthy meal solutions!
As you enter the magazine you encounter regular tips from the chefs and bloggers that have helped us put each issue together. They impart their first-hand experience. As the story unfolds you get a sense that our chefs actually do care about good food and health. Too often we’ve seen these things as separate, but in the real world they belong together. Chefs are busy people with busy lives – like you they can’t smear duck fat on every potato, but they love a fresh coriander papaya Barramundi salad on the run…

Life’s short…. outsource your food plan to people who love healthy good food.

ARE YOU TO FU enough?

Love it or hate it, everyone has an opinion about tofu. Tofu is a very popular plant-based protein for vegans and vegetarians, but now this humble bean curd is starting to shine for meat lovers too as an alternative source of protein.

ARE YOU TO FU enough?

4 mins

Sweet TRAYBAKES

Whether you want to feed a group of people or make a batch of treats for the week, traybaking is a no-fuss way to cook up something sweet and easy that will please everyone. Your family and friends will love you when you offer them some of our: cinnamon scrolls; fruity chocolate; espresso brownies; lemon & coconut slice; or ginger cake with brown butter frosting.

Sweet TRAYBAKES

10 mins

ROLL UP

When you roll food, whether in Lebanese bread, a thin pancake or whatever you choose, you can create a parcel of nutrition that is perfectly suited to your own tastes and needs. Here are some roll-up recipes that will suit every occasion including: mango, snow pea, & sprout rice paper rolls; oat crepes with coconut yoghurt & mixed berries; or beef meatball & tzatziki flatbreads.

ROLL UP

7 mins

RICE BOWL Lunches

If you are working from home, or even enjoying your weekend, and lunchtime rolls around but you have no plans for lunch, then a rice bowl is an ideal saviour.

RICE BOWL Lunches

10 mins

PLANT-BASED PIES

Pies are a piece of gastronomic brilliance: a filling with a case and lid you can eat is food genius. The first pies date back to Egyptian times and there is a recipe for chicken pie that was carved into stone more than 4000 years ago. For millennia, however, the pie casing was mostly used to cook the filling, but for around 500 years or more we have been eating the pie crust too.

PLANT-BASED PIES

10+ mins

20 FOOD CRAVING HACKS

Decipher the deeper causes of your cravings and discover tricks to curtail them.

20 FOOD CRAVING HACKS

5 mins

Eggplant (Solanum melongena L)

Eggplant is a wonderful option for vegans and vegetarians, extremely nutritious and highly versatile in the kitchen.

Eggplant (Solanum melongena L)

3 mins

5 PANTRY SAVIOURS

Whether you're cooking a simple breakfast or something more exotic, here are five pantry food staples you should have on hand to cook plenty of delicious meals in the comfort of your own home.

5 PANTRY SAVIOURS

4 mins

Cucumber (Cucumis sativus)

Cucumbers are delicious fresh but they also offer plenty more options in the kitchen.

Cucumber (Cucumis sativus)

3 mins

Our Chefs

Meet the chefs who bring this issue's recipes to you: Lisa Guy, Georgia Harding, Lee Holmes, Sammy Jones, Raquel Neofit, Naomi Sherman and Ames Starr.

Our Chefs

6 mins

9 WAYS TO REDUCE gas

Feeling bloated and gassy after a meal can be uncomfortable and even embarrassing. Eating too quickly, overeating and eating the wrong types of food are often to blame. If you're experiencing these digestive symptoms frequently, though, it could be a sign that you have poor digestion or gut health, or some other underlying health issue that needs addressing.

9 WAYS TO REDUCE gas

6 mins

SEVEN SUPER seeds

They may be tiny, but humble seeds are often underutilised, used as a quick garnish or an afterthought in cooking rather than a hero. These small nutritional powerhouses have a wide range of nutritional and delicious benefits; not only do they add texture and flavour to a dish, but they are also chock full of nutrients, protein and healthy fats that can boost energy, reduce cholesterol, and promote immunity and cardiovascular function.

SEVEN SUPER seeds

5 mins

IN CONVERSATION WITH Pip Sumnak

Pip, tell us about your journey into the food world. Where did it begin and how? It has been a roundabout kind of journey, that’s for sure.

IN CONVERSATION WITH Pip Sumnak

3 mins

THE DELIGHTS OF mascarpone

Born of the Renaissance era in Northern Italy, mascarpone is a wonderfully versatile cheese celebrated as a national treasure by the Italians. Today its praise is sung by chefs and foodies in all corners of the globe, such are the delights of the irresistibly smooth and rich quality that mascarpone brings to sweet and savoury dishes alike.

THE DELIGHTS OF mascarpone

4 mins

NICE TO MEET yuzu

With its delicious tang and fresh, citrusy aroma,  yuzu brings an exquisite twist to drinks, marinades, desserts and more. Here’s why the unique Asian fruit  is set to become the next big thing in our kitchens.

NICE TO MEET yuzu

6 mins

Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.)

Blueberries are packed with antioxidants but are also a delicious snack.

Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.)

3 mins

Our Chefs

Ames Starr Ames Starr is a kitchen creative, food educator, recipe developer and founder of the popular Brisbane plant-based brand Raw & Peace.

Our Chefs

6 mins

IN CONVERSATION WITH Alice Zaslavsky

Alice Zaslavsky is a broadcaster, award-winning author, teacher and the passionate food educator behind Phenomenom, a free digital food educational program for schools.

IN CONVERSATION WITH Alice Zaslavsky

3 mins

Choose organic

There's never been a better time to choose organic than during Australian Organic Awareness Month this September

Choose organic

2 mins

FEED YOUR microbiome

Did you know there are billions of beneficial bugs brewing in your belly? By choosing foods to support these bugs, you reap rich mind-body rewards.

FEED YOUR microbiome

4 mins

FLU-FIGHTING foods

Foods that boost your immune system are an important part of your armoury to keep yourself free from flu this winter.

FLU-FIGHTING foods

5 mins

Lunchbox treats

ORGANIC MERCHANT

Lunchbox treats

3 mins

Fabulous flaxseed recipes

STONEY CREEK OIL PRODUCTS

Fabulous flaxseed recipes

1 min

5 REASONS TO GO ORGANIC

There's no doubt organic food is good for you and tastes better, but there are even more reasons why organic food is a sensible choice. We explore five good reasons to go organic today.

5 REASONS TO GO ORGANIC

4 mins

EatWell with Emma

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EatWell with Emma

2 mins

7 FOODS TO EAT EVERY DAY

Discover the top seven nourishing foods you should work into your diet on a daily basis.

7 FOODS TO EAT EVERY DAY

7 mins

Radish (Raphanus sativus)

Radishes are super easy to grow and have a delightful peppery flavour, making them a joy in your kitchen.

Radish (Raphanus sativus)

3 mins

Stacks OF FLAVOUR

Stacking food allows you to get creative and combine foods into a single dish that offers amazing flavours with each bite. We have come up with some delicious, nutritious stacked meals that you and the family will simply adore. See how these yummy dishes stack up: cheesy potato and thyme stacks; zucchini fritter stacks; Caprese stack with homemade pesto; antipasto stack; roast veggie and haloumi pesto stacks; meringue stacks; blackberry and apple almond pancake stack; and a chocolate sponge stack.

Stacks OF FLAVOUR

5 mins

Saka Saka: Adventures in African Cooking, South of the Sahara

COOKBOOK REVIEW saka saka

Saka Saka: Adventures in African Cooking, South of the Sahara

4 mins

Beet (Beta vulgaris)

Preparing beetroot takes a little time but the delicious health-giving options in your kitchen are worth the wait.

Beet (Beta vulgaris)

3 mins

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Eat Well Magazine Description:

PublisherUniversal Magazines

CategoryFood & Beverage

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

A sexy Recipe Mag that has a healthy approach to good food. Taste every page as you flick through – delicious! Why bother? Because everything in here is good for you, easy, and yum. We know you are busy so we give you everything you need to eat well – recipes, shopping lists, quick ideas. You’re tapping in to a heap of wisdom from passionate chefs, bloggers and caring home cooks. You can share yours too – we’re a community. Life’s short…. outsource your food plan to people who love healthy good food. If you stopped buying recipe mags years ago because they’re full of things you can’t eat – then try Eat Well! Over 70 recipes per edition.

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