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Feb
02
2015

The Vegetarian Butcher

 

ABC recently did an article on their website that focused on Suzy Spoon the vegetarian butcher. Suzy whose parents owned an abattoir and large butcher shop in Sydney has taken a similar line of work but instead of selling animal products she crafts and sells vegetarian sausages, burgers and other choice ‘cuts’.

Suzy says while many vegetarians and vegans appreciate her services others are upset with her for using the word butcher. Spoon explains that ‘I make sausages, I make burger patties and schnitzels. I do the things a butcher does; I just don’t slaughter the animals’. Suzy after working on a chicken farm turned vegetarian and hasn’t eaten meat for 28 years.

Suzy now has loyal customers that travel across Sydney to dine in or take away her vegan and vegetarian ‘meats’. She is happy that she sells a different product to what her family business does. For more on the article view the following link.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/rnfirstbite/suzy-spoon-the-vegetarian-butcher/5946062

 

Feb
02
2015

Chickpea and Lentil Health Benefits

As the year begins so does another season for many farmers. Many grains will be grown but in particular over the last few decade the growing of legumes such as chickpeas and lentil has seen a great increase.

Australian Eatwell sources their organic chickpeas and lentils from local suppliers like Wimmera Grain Store, these products are used in the manufacture of Eatwell products such as Australian Eatwell chickpea sausages and Australian Eatwell Red Lentil burgers.

Chickpeas and lentils aren’t just a great alternative for primary producers but also a great source of essential nutrient for our bodies. The following are the major health benefits;

 -        Good for digestive health due to high in fibre

 -        Great source of protein, magnesium and iron

 -        Increased slow-burning energy

 -        Good for heart health

 -        Stabilising blood sugar

For more information on the products discussed above and more check out Australian Eatwell’s product line.

 

Dec
15
2014

A Vegetarian Christmas



With the Christmas and holiday period fast approaching many people have begun to plan how they will be celebrating, this planning generally revolves around food. For those who adopt a vegetarian diet this may be difficult due to wanting to satisfy others and themselves.

Fortunately there are delicious options available that can please everyone. There are currently various recipes available on our website they include the following more festive recipes.

Stuffing Filled Pumpkin:

A pumpkin with its seeds removed, the stuffing in the middle is made up from tofu, onion, carrot, parsnip, sweet potato, garlic, peas and herbs. All combined together and roasted for a perfect vegetable side dish. It is very healthy and easy to make.


Vegetarian Lentil ‘Meat’ Loaf:

A mixture of Australian Eatwell lentil burgers, onion and tomatoes combined with eggs and herbs and then baked. Cheese can be sprinkled on top and then baked for a cheesy top. A great meat substitute.


Vegetarian Turkey:

Firm tofu with a mixture of herbs as well as red onion, celery, mushrooms and garlic. A healthier chose that will attract both vegetarian and meat eaters.

For these recipes and more check out Australian Eatwell’s recipes page.