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Roasted Baby Aubergine and Peanutbutter Dip

Indulge in a flavourful pairing of roasted aubergine with creamy peanut butter dip, a delicious blend rich in linoleic oil, oleic oil and fibre for a nourishing, satisfying snack or appetizer. A delightful way to savour the goodness of plant-based nutrition.

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LAMB RIBLETS WITH THAI SALAD AND PEANUT SAUCE

Enjoy a flavourful and nutritious meal with our coriander-spiced lamb ribs, accompanied by a vibrant Thai salad and a zesty, spicy peanut sauce. Packed with heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and ready in a flash, it’s the perfect quick and wholesome dinner option.

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Cruciferous Crunch Salad

A salad packed with both soluble and insoluble fiber can do wonders for your health. Most vegetables, fruit, seeds, nuts and whole grain foods contain both soluble and insoluble fibre. Usually, one of the two will be more prominent. From promoting digestion to supporting heart health, fiber is a key ingredient for a happy body.

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Shifting the Focus: Meaningful Connections Over Food

Let’s remember that the heart of any gathering lies in the warmth of human connections, not the abundance of food. By prioritizing the people and the experiences that bring us together, we can cultivate a more meaningful and fulfilling approach to celebrating life’s special moments.

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Seasonal Ingredients: The Key to Tastier Healthier Dishes

The key to producing tasty dishes lies in embracing seasonal ingredients and utilizing appropriate cooking methods to highlight their natural flavours. By doing so, we not only elevate the quality of our meals but also support local agriculture and promote sustainable eating practices.

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Accordion Butternut with a Peanut Dressing

Butternut squash is rich in carotenoids, including beta-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, and alpha-carotene, which are plant pigments that give butternut squash its bright orange color. These compounds are provitamin A carotenoids, meaning your body converts them into retinal and retinoic acid — the active forms of vitamin A. Vitamin A is essential for regulating cell growth, eye health, bone health, and immune function.

Additionally, butternut squash is rich in vitamin C, a water-soluble nutrient needed for immune function, collagen synthesis, wound healing, and tissue repair. Both vitamins A and C work as antioxidants in your body, protecting your cells from damage caused by unstable molecules called free radicals.

Discover news ways of preparing old favourites.

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