Recipe: 1 handful mixed dried mushrooms * 1 cup boiling water 3 tablespoons butter ** 3 fat garlic cloves, finely sliced 3cm piece ginger, grated small handful fresh thyme, leaves stripped off the stalks ½ teaspoon ground turmeric ½ teaspoon ground pepper 200 grams large portobello mushrooms, sliced (feel free to use fresh enoki

From issue 57. Recipe Caralee Caldwell, photography Jo Anderson A delicious breakfast treat full of superfood goodness. Not only is this a delicious breakfast treat, it is also full of excellent de-stressing ingredients. Chia seeds are loaded with magnesium, which plays a role in feel-good neurotransmitter production.  Serves 2Ingredients: 1

Looking for a yummy warm pie for a winter meal? Try out Miggs McTaylor's scrummy plant-based Wild Green Pie. Kiwi backyards often have a mixture of wild greens (aka weeds). Mustard greens have a sharp taste and sorrel can be tangy and citrus-like. Miner's lettuce and chickweed have

From issue 59.Make your own delicious chocolates that are vegan and gluten-free, perfect for entertaining or giving as a special and edible gift for a friend or loved one.  Things you may need:  metal whisk  medium saucepan  a stainless-steel bowl that sits on top of the saucepan  baking tray baking paper  food

From issue 55.While it's great in a sandwich, peanut butter is also perfect in a frappé. Peanut butter is so popular in New Zealand kitchen cupboards. Who else remembers racing home from school to raid the pantry and make peanut butter and honey sandwiches? It's a

Recipe and words Rachel Grunwell. Photography and styling Aimee Magne My kids eat all kinds of veg without even realising it, chuckle! Like this smoothie – with a cup of hidden cauliflower. This veg makes the texture of the smoothie even creamier. So it’s there because

PRODUCED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GOOD X KONO. As consumers, we are becoming more aware of nourishing our bodies through natural ingredients. Annies Fruit Snacks have become the obvious go-to choice – whether it’s for the kids' lunchbox, weekend activities, post-workout pick-me-up or simply something to quell

Photography & Recipe, Buffy Ellen As the cold winter months are upon us a good warm, hearty dinner is the best way to heat our bodies from the cold. Buffy Ellen, Australasia's leading plant-based nutritionist and founder of Be Good Organics, remade this family favourite using

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