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  • Make this tonight if you can  you will love!!!
    5 days ago by brownpapernutrition Make this tonight if you can - you will love!!! This beautyf is STEAMED FISH WITH RED ONION PESTO FENNEL AND OLIVES - it's warming, satisfying and with plenty of anti-inflammatory and immune boosting properties too. Did you know these super cool ONION NUTRITION FACTS: onions contain over 25 phytonutrient compounds including anthocyanins, sulfoxides and quercetin. It's these phytonutrients that act as powerful antioxidants in our body to combat the effects of stress (hi!) and free radical damage and reduce our risk of chronic disease red / spanish onions contain anthocyanins which make them the glorious purple colour (you find
  • Tell me your 5 pantry items you cannot live without?
    4 days ago by brownpapernutrition Tell me your 5 pantry items you cannot live without? Mine are legumes, cashews, extra virgin olive oil, oats and spices (yes I cheated and grouped things ) Found out the other day our pantry used to be a doorway which explains a lot to me now... not complaining it’s made it a substantially large one!  #pantryorganization   #cookingathome 
    21 hours ago by brownpapernutrition BEAUTIFUL MESS AKA ROCKY ROAD WITH EDGE... I've made the healthy variation of rocky road like this for a while but have generally used a grass fed gelatin from IQS, now that I'm using up what's in the pantry and trying to find all plant based solutions it's agar agar on the cards and I'm battling!!!! Our first crack at the agar jelly ended up like crunchy orange jelly and was frankly rank. ANY TIPS GREATLY APPRECIATED PLEASE????? Meantime you can grab a rocky road recipe lurrrrrrved by my fam on the link in bio. Jacq xo
  • Nutty juicy flavour bomb PUMPKIN PEARL COUS COUS SALAD for
    3 days ago by brownpapernutrition Nutty juicy flavour bomb PUMPKIN PEARL COUS COUS SALAD for the picnic I won’t be having on the weekend but will be having delicious leftovers with  #silverlining  ☁️????? I will write the ingredients below as it was kinda free throw tbh but quick question first - DO YOU COUS COUS? Or is it just us living the 90’s dream that still do? I personally think the pearl/ Israeli one is a bloody delight! Here are the ingredients for you: roasted pumpkin in some cinnamon and cumin (do heaps have some did this and then make a soup!), pearl cous cous,
  • You dont need extra time on your hands to create
    4 days ago by brownpapernutrition You don’t need extra time on your hands to create epic brekkies, you just need qual ingredients and some of your own personal touch. This overnight oats sesh I soaked the oats in coconut kefir  @remedydrinks  and then topped with coyo and fruits the next morn. Deeeeeelicious and satisfied without a wink of a hunger pang until lunch, not to mention upping the gut lovin fermented food ante with the kefir. Going to post lots more pantry love recipes in days coming friends - this one I’ve written and popped on  @remedydrinks  blog  #remedynutritionist  by gorgeous  @sallyoneilstylist  with my fave



Weekends are made for discovery…people, nature, places, food whatever tickles your mojo, if there’s one way that’s great to switch off from the week it’s to set out on a path of discovery. In the weekend’s past I’ve been exploring the top food spots around Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Ora Organic Cafe Manly is without doubt a food and health sensation.

For those unaware, as was I, to the meaning of Ora…it is a Maori word meaning to survive, be alive, well, safe, cured, fit, recovered, healthy, and healed and they do just that from the moment you walk through the door.

Ora is nestled in the backstreets of Manly, away from the rush and the tourists, with a cool set up to inspire their community. Their walls are filled with their mastery and craft – sprouting, fermenting and ways they infuse their philosophy into the wholesome meals they serve you.

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Friendly Coffee at Ora – a scrumptious combo of espresso, butter, coconut cream, maple, gelatin and salt. The addition of gelatin to this coffee by far my favourite part. Gelatin is nature’s little wonder ingredient to heal gut lining and overall improve integrity of the gut. Even better it contains 18 essential amino acids to build protein in the body for growth and development, not to mention can help reduce inflammatory conditions in the bones and joints. Coffee with a twist.


Apple Porridge Pie : oats soaked overnight in coconut milk, mixed spices, apricot, coconut and walnut crunchy topping. Served with vanilla coconut cream, yoghurt, cinnamon, hemp and maple. This beauty graces the menu throughout breakfast and lunch and is delicious at every single bite.


Ora’s Nasi Goreng…Mushrooms and Kale sautéed in Bone Broth, topped with a fried egg and served with Kraut, Sprouts & Seeds. Bone broth is such a wonderful ingredient within meals or as a complement to have between as a nourishing snack to boost immunity, skin health and gut health. IMG_5743

Ora Organic Cafe is open everyday 7am-4pm and is located at 17B Whistler St, Manly.

Jacqueline Alwill

Jacqueline is an Accredited Nutritional Medicine Practitioner specialising in family and early childhood nutrition and gut health. She writes for several media publications, hosts a regular nutrition segment on Channel 7 and in 2016 published her first book, "Seasons to Share" (Murdoch Books). Jacqueline is passionate about working with corporations and brands to support and educate their community and audience and is currently a media spokesperson and ambassador for Remedy Drinks, Eimele Australia, Woolworths, Kitchenaid and Nutrition Director at Bondi Bubs Wholefoods. She is mum to Jet and outside her working hours you'll find her with her family in the surf, on the beach, or out and about in nature.

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