I learnt a valuable lesson this week – always take responsibility for the food you eat, even when you’re eating at a cafe that claims to be organic. I hate to admit how naive I’ve been when it comes to this, but from now on I will always question every organic establishment I eat at.
Something happened while I was at Byron Bay last weekend that really pissed me off. We were in town one day searching for somewhere to eat lunch when we came across a cafe attached to a church called Manna Haven. The sign out the front said it was vegan, raw and organic – so I clapped my hands together with excitement and we went in and got a table. The menu was just as impressive, and there was even a big veggie burger with this description: “This burger is cancer fighting rather than cancer causing.” I was craving a burger, so that’s what I ordered, along with a juice.Read More
GUEST POST BY NICOLA CHATHAM.
Before I had 1.5acres to play with, I grew food in pots down the back-steps of the house I was renting. And I ate a whole salad from my little garden at least every other day.Read More
I asked my friend Nicola Chatham to come over on Sunday so that I could get her to give us a run down on growing organic food in pots. Nicola is an organic gardening expert, and my go-to person for anything to do with growing organic food.Read More
Nadine Ominski is the gorgeous soul behind Nadine Lee Nutrition. She is a Holistic Nutritionist, a vegan/vegetarian chef, and the creator of the amazing organic dinner parties, Hot & Healthy Events. Nadine also dabbles in catering, supplying awesome organic food and menu plans to health and wellness retreats and health conscious events across Australia.
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Megan Young is a Sydney-based photographer and home cook with a blog full of the most beautiful vegetarian recipes you ever did see. Before you click over to Veggies & Me and spend hours drooling over her amazing healthy creations, let me properly introduce you.
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GUEST POST BY NICOLA CHATHAM *Note: This post is surprisingly not just about growing food. “Begin with the end in mind” is something I’ve heard said a lot in business. “Know what it is you want, and then reverse engineer your way back from there.” A part of me loves this idea. Adores the… Read MoreRead More
As most of you know, I recently clocked up two years of Gerson Therapy, and after spending the past two years basically house bound chained to my juicer and enema bucket, I wanted to celebrate my new-found semi-freedom in style. It just so happened that my two-year mark coincided with The Warwick Foundation’s annual High… Read MoreRead More
I fell in love with Emily’s blog, The Best of this Life, a few months ago after being sucked in by how darn well the girl photographs food. Her meals look like art. When I peered closer, I found that all of her dishes were also made from the highest quality whole food ingredients…. Read MoreRead More
Loud, bright, edgy, down to earth, and with an energy that is totally infectious, leading Aussie nutritionist Lola Berry is the perfect person to inspire the world to eat fresh food. After scoring a huge online following for herself, Lola has now been embraced by the mainstream media with regular TV appearances, magazine contributions, and… Read MoreRead More