Ritual – De-clutter your pantry

In Feng Shui, a clean, food-filled pantry represents the center of family life and a symbol of good health, wealth and continuing prosperity. To keep it positive follow these easy steps: Remove everything from your pantry, wipe the shelves, and get rid of anything that has expired Remove and cleaning products – storing your cleaning products near your food symbolises cleaning away your good health Replace old spices, nuts and oils, and refill cannisters with new ingredients. To finish, spritz your kitchen and adjoining rooms with our Cleanse Room Spray to remove the last traces of stagnant energy. Hello health
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Winter slow-braised pork

Shoulder is the ideal cut for this warming one-pot, which is packed with autumnal flavours and perfect served with a side of mash Slow-braised pork shoulder with cider & parsnips  Ingredients 2 tbsp olive oil 1kg pork shoulder, diced 2 onions, sliced 2 celery sticks, roughly chopped 3 parsnips, cut into chunks 2 bay leaves 1 tbsp plain flour 330ml bottle cider 850ml chicken stock handful parsley, chopped mashed potato and greens, to serve (optional)   Method Heat oven to 180C/160C fan. Heat the oil in a large lidded flameproof casserole dish and brown the meat in batches, then set
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Yummy Autumn Soup

This delicious and warming soup is packed full of Vitamin C, anti-inflammatory tumeric, and of course – FLAVOUR! Get this in your belly to help prevent colds and ease joint pain that comes with the cooler weather. Ingredients 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 brown onion, chopped 1 desiree potato, peeled, chopped 2 garlic cloves, chopped 1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric 1 teaspoon ground coriander 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1/4 teaspoon ground chilli 1/2 medium cauliflower (see note), trimmed, cut into small florets 5 1/2 cups reduced-salt vegetable stock 1/2 cup low-fat natural yoghurt (optional)   Step 1 Heat oil in a
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Spring Growing

We love eating seasonally. It’s what Mother Nature intended after all. Think about it, it’s no coincidence that beautiful vegetables are in their prime just in time to make hearty soups in the cooler months. Or that the sweet fruits blossom in summer just in time to make up super salads and smoothies. Eating in the rhythm of nature essentially means you are eating the best in fresh produce, and being kinder to the environment, and your wallet for that matter. Get to know what’s in for spring to get the most out of your fruit and vegetables. Head to
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Try our Spring Clean Juice

Each season our body goes through a series of changes, and in order to nourish ourselves we need to understand how to eat for the season. Spring represents our Liver and gall bladder. Complaints of irregular digestion and allergies are common in the switchover to the warmer seasons. We should be looking for sour tastes to stimulate these organs to function correctly, and feed our bodies with seasonal produce; berries, citrus fruits, squash, zucchini, chillies, ginger, kale and capsicums are some of the ingredients to look for! Spring Clean Juice Yield: about 20 ounces Prep Time: 10 minutes Ingredients: 1
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