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Cooking with Legumes

By: | 1 Comment | On: June 23, 2014 | Category : Blog, Foods, Nutrition

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Cooking with Legumes “What are legumes?” you ask. Legumes, also known as pulses, include all forms of beans and peas. The more commonly known legumes are chickpeas, kidney beans, lentils and cannellini beans. There are also butter beans, soybeans, lima beans, black-eyed beans, haricot (navy) beans, split peas and mung...
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Our Favourite Homemade Breakfast Cereals

By: | 0 Comments | On: March 6, 2014 | Category : Blog, Food Preparation, Foods, Fussy Eaters, Nutrition

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We love breakfast at One Handed Cooks! Eating a nutritious breakfast to start the day would have to be one of the best food habits you and your children could have. But, unfortunately a commercial wholegrain breakfast cereal that isn’t packed full of added sugars and salt is hard to...
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We Heart Oats: Pantry Staple & Everyday Superfood

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 11, 2013 | Category : Foods, Nutrition

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Oats are an extremely nutritious, versatile and cheap addition to your family’s diet. When made into porridge they are like a warm winter cuddle perfect for the colder months. Oats are also satisfying added to a fruit smoothie in summer – using seasonal fresh berries for breakfast, or a healthy...
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#GoOrange – An Orange A Day For 10 Days This June

By: | 0 Comments | On: June 19, 2013 | Category : Foods, Nutrition

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This June we plan to #GoOrange. We were kindly sent a box of freshly picked Aussie Oranges from Citrus Australia and have been challenged to enjoy an orange a day for 10 days and reap the nutritious rewards. You may already pour yourself a glass of OJ every morning from...
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The Health Benefits of Dairy: How Many Serves Does Your Child Need Each Day?

By: | 0 Comments | On: May 28, 2013 | Category : Foods, Nutrition, Uncategorized

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We recently wrote about how important it is for infants, children and adolescents to consume enough calcium in their daily diet.  Dairy foods are the richest source of calcium in the Australian diet and unless your child has a food allergy or intolerance to cow’s milk they can be the...
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