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World Vegan Day Lunch @ Parliament House – Saturday, 4 November 2017

Lunch 11.45am- 2.45pm Stalls open 11amLocation:Great Hall Parliament House Canberra Parliament Drive, Act 2600Bookings by 23 October: Tickets and menuCome to a celebration of World Vegan Day supported by Vegan Australia in a special venue, the Great Hall Of Parliament House Canberra! Let's celebrate vegan food and vegan voices in the political heart of the nation. There is a world-class vegan menu [...]

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Living Green Festival 2017

Countdown - 1 dayWe'll be at the 2017 LGF promoting our business and new cafe as well as selling #raw #vegan and #organic nori rolls and dipping sauce, salads and dressings, green smoothies, strawberry milkshakes, chocolate milkshakes, caramel slice, fudge brownies, chia cups. 7th Living Green Festival – a kinder shade of green! The Living [...]

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Disappearing Blonde Macaroons

Our magically disappearing raw organic Blonde Macaroons. Housemade superfood with shredded coconut, raw cashews, Agave, coconut butter, vanilla and Himalayan crystal salt.We stock a diverse range of certified organic and biodynamic fruits, veggies, nuts and raw foods in our retail store at the Griffith Shops. If you can’t make it to our store, we also [...]

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Lemonade lemonade

The lemonade fruit is a hybrid citrus fruit first cultivated and found in the 1980s in Australia. It is a cross between a mandarin orange and lemon. Quick and easy to make: just squeeze the lemonades. If you find the fresh-squeezed lemonade lemonade too sweet, dilute it with some sparkling or still water to taste.

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Organic foods backed by landmark report warning pesticides far more dangerous than was though

Weighing the risks of pesticides. Photo: StocksyConsumers should consider going organic because pesticides on foods are far more dangerous than was thought, causing damage to the human brain, a major study suggests.The research, published by the European Parliament, warns of the "very high costs" of current levels of exposure to pesticides - especially for children and pregnant [...]

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Sprouty Garlic

We all know what has happened to the poor old garlic bulb forgotten at the back of your pantry. You find it with bright green shoots sprouting from its cloves. Usually it is the last bulb you need, as you haven’t picked up more from the shops. So you toss it into the garbage bin without a second thought. [...]

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Wheatgrass

We love growing wheatgrass @Organic Energy! All you need to know about wheatgrass and where to get fresh, organically grown wheatgrass in Canberra.Wheatgrass‘a daily green sunlight transfusion’Viktoras KulvinskasWith all the environmental toxins our bodies are exposed to in this modern world, wheatgrass provides a powerful juice full of cleansing and rejuvenating properties. It’s packed full of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and essential [...]

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How to store and use avocados

Avocados are predominantly a winter fruit. The prices fluctuate according to the season and are most expensive during the summer months. Unlike most fruits, the avocado does not ripen on the tree and instead begins to ripen once harvested. Therefore, avocados should be stored at room temperature until ripe and stop ripening when refrigerated. Whole ripe avocados will keep for [...]

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How to use and store the freshness of citrus fruits

Here are a few methods of storing citrus fruits and the best way to use the entire fruit. The smaller, heavier for their size; thin-skinned fruits offer the best flavours. When you are next buying your oranges, grapefruit, lemons, mandarins or limes, it is good to plan ahead and consider how long you wish store them.Citrus fruits are [...]

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