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Heart foods • In each issue we explore some foods that are good for specific health outcomes. In this issue we discover foods that are good for your heart.
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This dish is quick and easy to prepare, with hearty mushrooms and lifted with the lemon zest to really give it zing! Portobello mushrooms add plenty of flavour and also a deep colour.
Vegetarian starters • A well-chosen starter sets the tone for the rest of your meal as well as giving you, the chef, time to chat with your guests or family. In a world where lots more people are choosing a plant-based diet, vegetarian starters will please everyone, even the meat eaters. Get the meal off to a tasty and nutritious start with our veggie starter options like: chickpea bread with beetroot and goat’s cheese; cumin-spiced lotus root chips; sweet potato balls with Sriracha mayo; grilled pineapple, avocado, kale and mint salad; peach and cream cheese toast; and BBQ jackfruit pizza.
Dairy-free breakfast • Good-quality dairy produce can be a delicious part of your diet, but not everyone can tolerate dairy foods. Unfortunately, a lot of our breakfast options in this country do feature milk, cheese or yoghurt. So if you want some dairy-free breakfast options that are nutritious and delicious, start your day with: coconut banana chia pudding; pumpkin walnut breakfast loaf; maple chai chia pudding; spiced breakfast muffins; oat and quinoa pancakes; or smoked tofu, avocado and asparagus benedict.
Hulled tahini versus unhulled tahini. What’s the difference?
A taste for tahini • By exploring its artisanal roots, we discover that tahini is a paste that packs a serious punch.
Riceberry rice • sponsored by Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai SELECT
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The Winners of the EatWell Yummies Awards 2020
Watermelon juice for muscles
We want your foodback • EatWell is all about building a sharing community of people who care about the origins, quality and enjoyment of our food, so we want to hear from you. Let us know how you have found some of the recipes you have made from this issue, share the improvements you might have made or even send us one of your own favourite recipes. We will publish as many of your insights and contributions as we can.
Cuban style • Cuban cuisine is a blend of Spanish and African influences featuring citrus, rice, and vegetables like cassava, maize and okra. The flair and flavour of Cuban-style cooking is perfectly suited to...