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  1. Renee Brown's back to school muesli bars

    Renee Brown's back to school muesli bars

    These delicious buckwheat and date bars can be stored in the fridge for up to two weeks for the kids' lunch or your own.
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  2. Try this cooling watermelon salad recipe

    Try this cooling watermelon salad recipe

    This hydrating salad is wonderfully simple to prepare and has only a few ingredients.
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  3. Eating healthier to save money and help the environment

    Eating healthier to save money and help the environment

    With the rise of organic, vegan, gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free options it seems to eat healthy you have to pay a premium. But by keeping it simple you can make some healthy choices that don't cost too much!
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  4. Love your morning and breakfast with Eleanor Ozich's The Art of Simple

    Love your morning and breakfast with Eleanor Ozich's The Art of Simple

    Learning to enjoy a handful of simple morning rituals not only helps us to slow down, but to connect with the beautiful, everyday moments that we might otherwise miss, says Eleanor Ozich.
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  5. Megan May's choc waffle treat

    Megan May's choc waffle treat

    This delicious but nutritious treat can be made even more special with fresh berries or coconut yoghurt / ice cream.
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  6. Aaron Brunet's super vital summer salad

    Aaron Brunet's super vital summer salad

    This salad recipe from Aaron Brunet is full of leafy greens, other raw veggies and a delicious cashew parmesan topping.
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  7. Top vegan options for eating out

    Top vegan options for eating out

    My recent trip to LA, highlighted how many great vegan cafe options we have at home.
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  8. Winter warmer - Pumpkin & Spinach Fettucine

    Winter warmer - Pumpkin & Spinach Fettucine

    This meal is perfect for winter when pumpkin is in season and goes beautifully with toasted bread on the side. In the warmer months, we use cauliflower instead of pumpkin for a slightly lighter sauce. This recipe doesn't require too much prep time (or skill), so it's perfect for anyone who is strapped for time or just beginning their journey into vegan cooking.
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  9. Can you eat to beat eczema

    Can you eat to beat eczema

    Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a condition where patches of the skin can become itchy, dry or scaly. In New Zealand it's particularly common among our young people, occurring in 15% of children and 9% of adolescents.
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  10. A Vegan Christmas

    A Vegan Christmas

    If I'm being honest, I was absolutely dreading my first Christmas being vegan. I come from a large, culturally diverse background and one thing we all come together on is sharing an outrageous amount of decadent food on Christmas Day.
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