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Broccoli, cabbage & cauliflower • Broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower are all members of the Brassicaceae family, also known as “cruciferous” vegetables. There are other members of the family, but these three popular and healthy vegetables developed from the wild cabbage.
Berries for brains
Lazy one-pot wonders • One-pot meals are perfect for those hectic weeknights when you need something easy and nutritious. One-pots are simple to throw together but because they are open to so many ingredients, they can be both hearty and give you all the nutrients you need. The bonus is that if people are coming and going at different times, they can dip into the pot when they need to eat. Best of all, one-pot cooking leaves you with minimal washing up to do, so why not try our: vegan chickpea and kale; hearty meatball stew; jackfruit, sweet potato and pumpkin; Mexican quinoa and bean; lime coconut fish; or Tuscan beef stew.
The art of making mozzarella • We learn about the craft of creating cheese with two artisan cheesemakers who specialise in mozzarella and bocconcini.
Savoury slices • When you think “slices”, your mind probably goes to a sweet treat, but the slice is much more versatile than that. Savoury slices can be packed with nutrition, and best of all they are convenient and portable so they make a healthy snack, a school or work lunch, or even a hearty dinner. Enjoy the rich diversity of savoury slices with recipes like our: vegetable-packed slice; minty zucchini fritter slice; fig and goat’s cheese slice; roasted tomato, spinach and pancetta slice; potato and zucchini bake; rainbow slice; and cauliflower cheese slice.
The Bare Bird
In conversation with … Claire van Vuuren
Healthy lunch on the run • Life gets busy and the demands on all of us are increasing. Even with the best intentions, you will still find yourself having to squeeze in lunch as you rush from one thing to another. Lunch is an important meal if you want to avoid cravings for sweet and less nutritious foods in the afternoon. If you want some ideas for healthy lunches that you can eat on the go, look no further than our: supercharged bento box; goji berry and tomato soup; tofu and spinach triangles; green goddess rolls; spinach and feta scrolls; or veggie rice balls.
That's Amore Cheese
Pepper cuts fat
Calcium-rich vegetarian meals • Calcium is a vital nutrient not just for bones, but also for muscle and nerve function. While dairy foods are an excellent source of calcium, it is a myth that plant foods cannot give you a good amount of calcium too. Leafy green vegetables, broccoli, legumes, nuts and seeds are just some of the plants that have calcium in rich supply. If you want your vegetarian hit of calcium in a tasty meal, why not try our: macadamia, garlic and parsnip soup; calcium-rich nourish bowl; tahini lentil burgers; sesame toasted tofu with greens and tahini ginger dressing; chickpea and veggie koftas; vegan ramen; or tofu gado gado salad.