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Tips For Eating Out When You’re Vegan

Posted by on Jul 24, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Tips For Eating Out When You’re Vegan

If you live in or are visiting an area that doesn’t have any vegan restaurants, it’s still possible to eat out and enjoy socialising over a meal with friends and family. In fact, you can eat out at most restaurants without compromising your values. Here are a few tips for enjoying a vegan-friendly meal in a non-vegan restaurant: Look For Dishes That Are Accidentally Vegan You should be able to find a few dishes on the main menu that are accidentally vegan or could easily be made vegan by asking for one or two ingredients to be...

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3 Tips for Cleaning Up Your Diet

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Tips for Cleaning Up Your Diet

Clean eating means ditching processed and chemical-laden foods in favour of fresh fruits, vegetables and wholegrains. Eating fresh food as close to its natural state as possible has been linked with better sleep, improved brain function and enhanced mood. Here are three tips for cleaning up your diet. Filter Your Water When you cook with and drink unfiltered tap water you’re consuming all sorts of pesticides, bacteria and traces of heavy metals. As if that wasn’t bad enough, chlorinated tap water is thought to be connected to an...

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Properly Roasting A Pig On A Spit

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

For many people, the highlight of their summer involves having a few friends and family over and cooking a pig on a spit as they pass the time chatting and drinking. In fact, this is exactly why many people love the summer months. But, there is a fair amount of preparation involved, and if you have never spit roasted a whole hog before, this article offers some advice on how to properly do so. Sourcing Is Key One of the fundamentals to get right when planning to roast a pig is sourcing the pig itself. You should visit a couple of farms, more...

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Popular Appetizers to Order at a Chinese Restaurant

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Although it is a very popular type of cuisine, not everyone has tasted Chinese food before, so first timers may feel overwhelmed when going to a Chinese restaurant like Sun Wah Restaurant & Function Centre for the first time. If you fit the bill, then read on to find out what are the most common types of appetizers, so that you can order with confidence. Foil-Wrapped Chicken—Foil-wrapped chicken always comes to your table piping hot, so be careful not to touch the aluminum foil for a few minutes once it’s served to you. When you...

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What You Need To Know About Running A Successful Restaurant Business

Posted by on Jan 23, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The restaurant business is quite lucrative considering how many people opt to eat out rather than make their own meals at home. With current lifestyle trends, most people are either too busy to make time to cook their own food or simply just appreciate fine dining and a variety of international cuisines. Running a successful restaurant business, however, is not easy. There is quite a lot at risk when it comes to serving food: hygiene, quality and appeal are just some of the top factors to consider before you can grow your clientele....

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Five Baking Pantry Essentials For A Novice Baker

Posted by on Jan 16, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

While the old perception may have been that baking cakes was the preserve of older women, recent television shows and accompanying literature have shown how popular baking is among today’s twenty and thirty year olds. There is a certain satisfaction to be gained from eating something which you have made on your own and have spent time preparing. Many younger people who are getting interested in baking for the first time will find this article useful; it describes the five basic and essential baking ingredients that should always be...

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Keeping the school canteen profitable

Posted by on Jan 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

In these days of the dual income family, mums working a few days a week in the school canteen for free can seem like a quaint idea. Yet the school canteen offers a benefit both to the P&C as a source of funding, to teachers who want to buy lunch and busy mums and dads who don’t get lunch made. By some innovative thinking the canteen can continue to be profitable for schools. Here are some tips to keep your canteen trucking along. Work requirements For parents and carers on a parenting payment, voluntary work in the school canteen...

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Artisanal Pizza vs. Chain Store Pizza

Posted by on Jan 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Many of us have days when facing the oven to cook dinner seems like a Herculean task. Take away pizza is a gift of modern life on those days, a tasty and easy dinner which magically makes it’s way to your door with a simple phone call. The only question that remains on those nights it’s whether to call for the wood fired pizza or the cheap chain store coupon that’s been pushed through the letterbox. Price Chain store pizzas tend to very affordable due to cheaper ingredients (due to bulk ordering agreements), a lower labour...

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The 3 Best Indian Dishes for Vegetarians

Posted by on Jan 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Eating out at restaurants is one of life’s great pleasures. But when you are vegetarian, finding dishes that are both vegetarian and to your liking can be a challenge. The same old mushroom risotto and vegetarian lasagne gets old, so the next time that you want delicious, nutritious, vegetarian food with variety, head to an Indian restaurant. In Hinduism, it is very common to be vegetarian, and so Indian food naturally lends itself to a vegetarian diet. The next time that you hit your local curry house, try out these three deliciously...

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