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SUPERFOOD SERIES: Walnut 25th June, 2017

Often the simplest foods are best for your health, and this is certainly the case when it comes to walnuts in which Mother Nature has crafted a nearly perfect package of protein, healthy fats, fibre, plant sterols, antioxidants, and many vitamins and minerals.

SUPERFOOD SERIES: Watermelon 2nd June, 2017

There’s nothing quite like eating refreshingly cool and juicy watermelon on a hot day at the beach. Why? Watermelons are about 92 percent water, making it a healthy and hydrating snack that helps you feel full for longer.

MEDIA: Women in Horticulture 24th May, 2017

A Walkley-award winning journalist with the ABC, Louise FitzRoy has gone back to her farming roots by establishing ‘From Paddock to Plate’. What began as a radio series and book has morphed into an educational program that is an integral part of more than 100 schools across Australia.

SUPERFOOD SERIES: Tomato 2nd May, 2017

There is so much to talk about when it comes to tomatoes. Are they a fruit or a vegetable? Why do some people not enjoy eating raw tomato but love it when cooked? Should we store tomatoes in the fridge or at room temperature?

Bienvenido a Ecuador 24th April, 2017

In Cayambe, one hour south of the Columbian border, roses (one of the biggest industries in Ecuador along with oil from the Amazon, bananas and shrimp) grow directly upwards towards the overhead sun and indulge in the 12 hours of sunlight no matter what the season, routinely rising at 6am and setting at 6pm.

SUPERFOOD SERIES: Breadfruit 3rd April, 2017

This dimply bright green orb the size of a cantaloupe has always created interest and intrigue. Why now for a breadfruit comeback? It’s high in fibre, antioxidants, calcium, iron and potassium.

SUPERFOOD SERIES: Green papaya 7th March, 2017

Deliciously sweet with a soft, butter-like consistency, it’s no wonder that Christopher Columbus called the papaya the “fruit of the angels”.

Treat your heart on Valentine’s Day 6th February, 2017

Cupid is just around the corner and to celebrate, I thought I’d create one of my all time Valentine’s Day favourites. Forget the chocolates – do something good for your heart with this heart-healthy, delicious and refreshing salad that is really easy to make.

How to be an inner-city farmer 6th February, 2017

Along with increasing the flavour and nutrition of your meals, you can feel totally smug about doing your bit for the environment. “Growing your own will reduce your impact on the environment and save money that may otherwise be spent on artificial flavours and colours out of a packet,” says Louise. She shares her tips with 9Homes.

School program offers more healthy lifestyle resources 30th January, 2017

From Paddock to Plate, the program which brings commercial agriculture concepts into the classroom, has prepared material for the new school year including videos, recipes, an app and worksheets.

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