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Jul
31
2015

Louise Staley Visit


Recently State member of Ripon made a visit to Australian Eatwell, Louise Stanley who previously visited during her previous pre-election campaign was keen to return to Donald to see the progress that the innovative health food company has made.

Pictured above Nathan Harris the Managing Director of the business gave Louise an in depth tour of Australian Eatwell business. Main points of discussion were the extensive research and development of new products over the recent years, this includes the production and research of new chickpea products.

Nathan was very pleased to see Louise’s enthusiasm for the businesses intensions and goals it has for the future. Consumers push towards wanting good quality health food products that are allergen-free, nutritional, good for the environment and Australian made has led to the extensive research and the development of new products which may not have been looked into previously, as described by Nathan, “it is the eco-eating movement”. 

Apr
09
2015

Meat Free Mondays


Meat Free Mondays

A newer trend catching on is ‘meat free Mondays’. Many people have begun to omit meat from their diet on Mondays, generally people are doing it to improve health and possibly lose wright, but there are also other benefits that result from Meat Free Mondays.

Helping the planet:

Livestock is a major contributor to many environmental problem, most notably greenhouse gas emissions, by reducing the amount of meat eaten and purchased the amount of greenhouse gas released into our atmosphere can be significantly reduced.

Saving Money:

The average price of meat compared to fruits and vegetables is significantly greater. Implementing a meat free day into ones diet can result in cash savings.

Reduce Animal Cruelty:

Many livestock animals are raised in small pens and cages and are subject to cruel acts. Their lives are also end with slaughter. Eating less meat is a step that helps reduce cruelty and suffering to animals.

If you are wanting to try out meat free Mondays and are having trouble with coming up with ideas for what to make check out the recipes page for some inspiration. 


Feb
15
2015

The Best Destinations for Vegans


Those who adopt a vegan diet in Australia would have most likely established places to eat locally and possibly interstate when traveling. When it comes to eating when traveling internationally it may be a different story. Below are several of the best destinations to visit as a vegan.

Taiwan
in Taiwan more than 10 percent of the population are vegetarian due to the government initiatives and healthy eating promotion. Therefore vegetarian and vegan restaurants are easily found and at a discount price.

India
well known for their love of vegetable curries and other dishes mainly served with potato and rice. In the north of India there may be more dairy found in their dishes but this isn’t a problem in the south.

Jordan
Most of the great vegetarian and vegan dishes from the Middle East can easily be found in Jordan. These dishes include mezze, hummus, baba ghanoush and many other vegetable and bean dishes.

Sri Lanka
A huge range of vegetarian curries usually served with rice can easily be found in Sri Lanka, as well as other vegetables not typically found in Australia such as breadfruit and gourds

Southern Italy
Generally in Italian meals cheese is heavily used but in southern area of the country vegetables often dominate the dishes. Delicious tomatoes, aubergines, chickpeas and Mediterranean vegetables are easily found.

Ethiopia
many Ethiopians are Orthodox Christians and thus fast on animal products twice a week as well as on religious holidays, finding vegan and vegetarian meals in Ethiopia isn’t an issue. Also their national dish is a bread called injera which is vegan.

California
in the United States California (especially Los Angeles) paves the way for alternative meals. Vegan and vegetarian foods such as smoothie’s salads and other global dishes aren’t hard to find.