There’s something for everyone on Vegematarian.
Each edible flower has its own flavour and use. Here is some information get you started.
Home-made Christmas presents to be treasured (and eaten).
10 ways that food can help you lower your carbon footprint. Huzzah!
Ferment different vegetables to aid digestion and eat anytime.
Nothing says “I love you”, “Thank you” or “You amaze me” like a delicious home-cooked meal.
There has been much debate about which oil is the best for cooking. So I’ve done some research for you.
How does coriander help the body? I’ve been doing some research.
Sterilise your bottles and jars to extend the shelf life of jams, preserves and sauces.
What is macrobiotic eating and how might it help you? Find out more in this Vegematarian note.
Umeboshi is a funny wrinkly pickled fruit that is used throughout Asia. Find out more here.
What is quinoa (“keen-wa”) and how do you cook with it? This Vegematarian note reveals all.
Note: So many times, I fall into the habit of eating on the run… eating in front of my computer, eating in front of the TV, eating and chatting at the same time, eating in the car… the list goes on. But what if I took a minute to pause and reflect on what I’m…
Note: Another Winter has past and it was time to harvest some vegies in my garden and prepare them for eating! Today I harvested spring onions, spinach, kale, lettuce, buk choy, Chinese cabbage, mini broccoli and the end of the mizuna. This ‘crop’ was grown in 3 wine barrels and a small garden bed in…
Note: Another wine barrels vegie garden update for you… It’s been a good Winter so far for my wine barrel gardens and we’re getting a good crop of mizuna, broccoli, spring onions and other Asian greens. They’re all competing for sunshine and nutrients but seem to be doing OK. In our small garden bed strip…