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8 Tips for buying reduced to clear meat

8 Tips for buying reduced to clear meat

Do you start your grocery shop by looking for the reduced to clear items at the supermarket?  If you are shopping at Woolworths you will train your eye to look for the orange sticker, at Aldi it is a red sticker and at Coles it is a quick sale sticker. You can save a considerable […]

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Chicken, Tomato and Baby Spinach Sandwich

What are your child’s favourite sandwiches?

What are your child’s favourite sandwiches? Let me know in the comments section below! I can answer this so easily because they have them everyday for school lunch – one likes Cheese and Vegemite, the other Ham and Cheese – that’s it, they would have peanut butter if they could but obviously most schools are […]

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Leftover Challenge

This post is contributed by Mandy from Little People Nutrition. It ain’t fancy, trust me, but it is fun. Food waste is a huge issue in today’s world. Ugly stuff considering there are millions of people without food around the world and many families even here in Australia that go hungry. Yes, humble Aussies, without […]

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Rice Food Safety, questions about freezing cooked rice.

I posted this photo on Facebook the other night and I was quite surprised by how many of you were concerned about food poisoning from rice.  While I responded to most questions I couldn’t reply to everyone so I thought I would put it all here so we have a reference and everyone can feel […]

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Summer is here and at our house, we love to lick

This post is contributed by Mandy from Little People Nutrition. Having a little bubba who idolises his two older sisters, means that I am having to up my game in the home making icy pole stakes as he loves to lick just as much as them and me. Of course no additives or artificial ingredients […]

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Family Food Safety

Family Food Safety

This post is contributed by mum and nutritionist Mandy from Little People Nutrition. With Spring in full swing and Summer beckoning us, the weather is warmer and we are eating out and entertaining more. Yay! This means many things, but one of them from a food perspective, is that we are leaving food outside. It […]

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Are they really fussy eaters?

Are they really fussy eaters?

Sometimes I would call my children (nearly 6 yrs and 4 yrs old) fantastic eaters, other times I would call them fussy eaters, simply because they will devour meals and foods that are familiar to them and then reject new meals. This can be frustrating for us as adults as we know that trying new […]

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Little Wins with Sealord

A Little Win with Sealord

We had a little win in our house this week. I finally got the children to eat crumbed fish without any hassle. We love seafood in our house but getting the boys to eat fish has always been a little bit of a struggle. When I purchased the packet of Sealord Real Fish Fillets I […]

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My toddler doesn’t eat or like red meat. Are they getting enough iron or protein and should I be concerned?

My toddler doesn’t eat or like red meat. Are they getting enough iron or protein and should I be concerned?

This post is contributed by mum and nutritionist Mandy from Little People Nutrition. Toddler town is a tricky time and often a period of picky or fussy eating. Because of this, parents are often very concerned about what their children are eating which I completely understand and relate with being a mum of three. One […]

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