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Easy vegetarian frittata

This Frittata is perfect for four people and it includes potatoes and eggs. There is no meat in this and it can be a perfect side dish with meat. This recipe would be great for the Coles Cook with Heart campaign which aims to reduce the risk of heart disease. This recipe was from ColesContinue reading “Easy vegetarian frittata”

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Why processed foods are bad for you

We talk about why processed foods are bad for you In the US and UK obesity is at all time high. Earlier this week I watched a new report about people in Melbourne’s low income suburbs buying all these junk food as the supermarkets price them pretty cheap. It is the same in 7/11. AllContinue reading “Why processed foods are bad for you”

Homemade sticky rice

The Chinese Zongzi is the one that I mean. You have this at the Chinese Yum Cha. But now that the restaurants are closed due to Coronavirus, you can make it at home This is a great winter dish. Here it takes a few hours to make and doesn’t cost much. You can make manyContinue reading “Homemade sticky rice”

Australia’s Biggest morning tea with Coles Buttermilk scones

Australia’s Biggest Morning tea is on and it occurs every year. For the past few years this event has been at RMIT University and other places, but this year most people would be holding it virtual. This is due to the Coronavirus. It is run the Cancer Council and they aim to raise as muchContinue reading “Australia’s Biggest morning tea with Coles Buttermilk scones”

Daiso

Daiso is a Japanese department store and they are all over Melbourne. Almost everything here is $2.80. Well almost everything. Their range changes from month to month but the categories of things they sell is the same. You can buy your kitchenware and your grocery needs. Here they have a range of assorted items fromContinue reading “Daiso”

How to utilize the pantry and freezer in a lockdown

Right now we are in the Coronavirus situation where most if not all of Australia is in lockdown. In Australia it is Autumn and we will be in wintertime in two months. Our winters are cold. Many people are working from home and we can’t leave the house unless its for food, exercise, medical appointmentsContinue reading “How to utilize the pantry and freezer in a lockdown”

The coronavirus and why we should #savehospo

The Government has banned all restaurants and cafes from dining in. But they can still do takeaway and alcohol sales online or you can go there and pick it up. People in the hospitality industry are feeling it right now. The hotels may not be feeling it as they are getting people who will beContinue reading “The coronavirus and why we should #savehospo”

Coronavirus and why you should support Chinese businesses

Local Chinese businesses are doing it tough in Australia. They are mentally and physically exhausted and stressed from putting in the long hours and not a lot of customers. Things in Melbourne have taken a dramatic downturn ever since the news of Coronavirus hit Australia. Just last week a dinewiththem campaign started online to encourageContinue reading “Coronavirus and why you should support Chinese businesses”

Rustica Sourdough

We write this as part of our Febfast where we gave up on added sugars! Rustica Sourdough is a bakery in Melbourne and here they are really popular with the locals in Fitzroy. So much so that there is another store in Melbourne central. This store would suit International students and locals just fine asContinue reading “Rustica Sourdough”

6 essential stores that students should know about

Students need to go shopping but want to do it on a budget? Here’s where you can find low prices in the city! Daiso This store is all over the city and in all major shopping centres in Melbourne. We love them for their cheap household goods and foods. Here you can find their cheapContinue reading “6 essential stores that students should know about”

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