Eat Well Magazine - Issue #42
Eat Well Magazine - Issue #42
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EatWell #42 will be your favourite companion this winter. In it, you’ll find a combination of both hearty winter dishes and healthy plant-based sweets. Why not invite some friends over for afternoon tea? You’ll find everything you need to entertain in our healthy high tea recipe section, such as a flourless orange cake and caramel kisses. Enjoy low-cost, easy, slow-cooker meals for the whole family and unique ways to cook with frozen food. In our heritage and healthy recipe section, we give old-style dishes like shepherd’s pie and mac and cheese a modern twist. Bring some Syrian flavour to your cooking with our Syrian style recipes and discover which brain-boosting nutrients will enhance your focus and memory. You’ll also hear from chef, holistic nutrition coach and author Scott Gooding, discover why whey is a valuable addition to your diet, what’s on in the sustainable good food space and so much more!
Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Preparing beetroot takes a little time but the delicious health-giving options in your kitchen are worth the wait.
6 GUT-LOVING SUPERFOODS
Maintaining a healthy gut mucosa (lining) and balanced gut microbiota is vital for good health and wellbeing and for the prevention of disease. Here are six of our favourite foods to help keep your gut happy.
Eat Well with Emma
Want to recreate our bespoke recipes in your own kitchen? Emma Dean shows you how...
Whether you're craving a baked goodie to dunk in tea, a raw treat that can be whipped up in a jiffy, or a sweet that's so healthy it could be eaten for breakfast, plant-based desserts are guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth.
IN CONVERSATION WITH Scott Gooding
Celebrated chef, holistic nutrition coach, author and personal trainer Scott Gooding is a man of many talents. You might be familiar with Gooding’s latest book, The Sustainable Diet, which unpacks our current food systems and helps to navigate towards a more sustainable model. Most recently, however, Gooding and his wife Matilda have started their own regenerative meat business, assisting farmers to bring ethically raised produce to consumers. We sit down with Gooding to find out more about his journey into the world of food.
cooking with FROZEN FOODS
It is always best to use fresh ingredients in your cooking where you can, but in a busy life, sometimes you just don’t have them on hand. Maybe you haven’t had time to get your fresh veg or perhaps you just forgot because the day was so busy. On those occasions, frozen food from the freezer can be a blessing. For those moments when you just haven’t had time to buy fresh, here are some frozen food cooking ideas that will tantalise your taste buds and nourish you at the same time. Try our: vegan berry smoothie bowl; mango curry; chilli salt edamame; dumpling soup; ginger chicken stir-fry; cheesy corn fritters; or spanakopita spirals.
Winter Seasonal Food
These are the fruits and vegetables that are in season and will be the freshest
A SUSTAINABLE whey
Australian artisans reveal the most sustainable whey protein on the market and why it's a valuable addition to your diet.
A House Party in Tuscany: Recipes, Stories and Art from Arniano
COOKBOOK REVIEW a house party in tuscany
7 BRAIN BOOSTING FOODS
What you put in your body has a pronounced effect on the health and functioning of your brain. Your ability to focus and , learn and recall memories can all be enhanced by eating a well-balanced diet rich in certain foods that contain brain-boosting nutrients.
Eat Well Magazine Description:
Publisher: Universal Magazines
Category: Food & Beverage
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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