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#aldimum? Go #madgemum instead

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Submitted by Renaee on Wed, 05/20/2015 - 13:06

Although there are many great bargains to be had at Aldi, and they even have a few decent items in their organic range now, often purchasing cheaper fruit and veg means spending more in other places to make up for poor tasting produce.

There is a huge difference between a five dollar bunch of organic, juicy, sweet and crunchy carrots from a farmers market or coop, compared with a two dollar bag of carrots from Aldi, which are bland and tasteless, or worse have a chemical laden taste.

Nutrient Dense Food for Fussy Eaters

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Submitted by Renaee on Thu, 03/21/2013 - 13:48

It seems nearly all mums these days will complain that their child is a 'picky' or 'fussy eater'. However, the form that fussiness takes seems to vary wildly. I often wonder why children develop certain tendencies with regards to what food they will and will not eat. My theory is that the very first foods that we give our children, the way we present that food, and the social context of eating the food makes a big difference.

Red Soup!

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Submitted by Renaee on Wed, 02/13/2013 - 13:13


Coconut Oil

Red Onion

Chargrilled Red Capsicum in oil


Sweet Potatoe

Powered Tumeric, Ginder, Cardamon and Cumin.

Chicken or vegetable Stock

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