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help your kids learn about food

Help your kids learn about food

Some days it can be a challenge to get your little kids to eat anything at all, let alone a perfectly balanced meal. And, as they grow, their preferences (and a fascinating vocal ability to communicate them) complicate matters further. Yet every mealtime and chat time presents an opportunity to help your kids learn about

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Carrot and corriander soup

There’s nothing more warming and hearty than a bowl of soup. This Carrot and Corriander soup takes little time to prepare and tastes delicious, perfect for a family meal with a warm crusty roll. Ingredients 700g carrots 1 onion Oil 1 chopped Maris Piper potato 2 tsp ground coriander 1 cube Vegetable stock Fresh chopped

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fast and healthy breakfast

Fast breakfast ideas to get your day off to a swift start

How many times have you heard “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day”? Well, those health boffins have a point: Not only can eating breakfast boost your energy first thing in the morning, it can also aid concentration, help stabilise your weight, provide you with extra energy and lower your cholesterol levels. Lack

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Healthy picnic

Healthy summer picnic

When the summer arrives we all suddenly think of having picnics, but the contents in that basket may not always be healthy. We tend to get the chequered blanket and basket out and fill it with the first thing we lay our hands on. When was the first picnic? The very first picnics go all

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5-A-Day fruit bowl

What exactly does 5-A-Day mean?

Which foods are included? 5-A-Day means the recommended daily intake of certain fruit and veg you should be eating a day. Almost all fruit and vegetables count towards your 5-A-Day, beans and lentils are included too. The only vegetable that isn’t included is potatoes. It’s important to remember that potatoes are starchy foods and because

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