Articles tagged with: take-away

EatKit Feb 2015 - Healthy herbs and spices

EatKit Feb 2015 - Healthy herbs and spices

A pinch of cardamom; a sprinkle of paprika; the aroma of cinnamon or nutmeg on a just-made apple pudding. The hotness of chilli or pepper. Herbs and spices not only enhance a dish’s flavour, but also create new taste combinations and sensations. From bay leaves to lemongrass, it is virtually impossible to imagine a well-stocked kitchen without herbs and spices.

31 January 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

EatKit Nov 2014 - Chewing over the Raw Diet

EatKit Nov 2014 - Chewing over the Raw Diet

Green smoothies, kale salads, bliss balls, marinated veges, activated almonds, chia puddings, coconut milk and alkaliniser drinks....

4 November 2014 by Catherine Saxelby

EatKit August  2014 - In search of healthier take-aways

EatKit August 2014 - In search of healthier take-aways

Do you find it hard to buy anything vaguely healthy when you're on the road? Lost in a sea of chips and nugget and the greasies? Hate...

3 August 2014 by Catherine Saxelby

Q. I am pregnant and have read a warning for pregnant women about Listeria. What is it?

Q. I am pregnant and have read a warning for pregnant women about Listeria. What is it?

A. In recent times, there have been several updates on the food-poisoning bacteria Listeria. This is important for: Pregnant women...

12 September 2013 by Catherine Saxelby

Q. What do nutritionists mean when they talk about “energy density”?

Q. What do nutritionists mean when they talk about “energy density”?

A. Energy density means the ratio of kilojoules/calories you get from a given weight or volume of a food. It's really how many...

19 March 2013 by Catherine Saxelby

Improving on the pizza - for health

Improving on the pizza - for health

Pizza has come a long way since it was first baked in Naples, Italy where it was simply made with tomato, mozzarella cheese, oregano...

31 August 2012 by Catherine Saxelby