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  • QUINOA PEACH TOMATO SALAD to make the most of the
    6 days ago by brownpapernutrition QUINOA PEACH TOMATO SALAD to make the most of the beautiful seasonal peaches we have in Australia. Peaches contain valuable vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and my fave fibre - making them an easy means of upping your daily intake by integrating them into your diet as snacks and meals too of course! I team this salad with a piece of fresh salmon, barramundi or a juicy big handful of chickpeas or butterbeans - it's scrumptious! I've popped my recipe on the link in comments below for you. Copy and paste to cook and dive in!!! Jacq xo  #plantbased   @eimele_australia   @aussiesummerstonefruit   @countryroad 
  • Lunch date with my monkey and my dad Making the
    2 days ago by brownpapernutrition Lunch date with my monkey and my dad Making the most of a little chats and eating with two hands for the next few weeks! Pretty special to have this time together, although not sure I can do this heat for too much longer, is about 17deg c hotter inside my Buddha body right now... think Jet’s favourite part of my pregnancy has been the arrival of my outie belly button and his obsession with pressing it it feels SO WEIRD but glad it gives him some giggle I guess? ‍♀️ Also a few new preg first time mummas asked
  • I didnt want to share too much of our excitement
    1 week ago by brownpapernutrition I didn’t want to share too much of our excitement for this little person whilst there is so much devastation in our country, but after speaking to a few friends and being reminded that with all darkness we must also have light to look forward to I thought maybe a bit of bump might be ok to share here too. Can’t wait to meet this tiny human... only about 6 weeks to go. Love.  #34weekspregnant   @svendsenfitnesshealth 
  • VANILLA PEANUT DATE SLICEa great intro recipe for anyone who
    5 days ago by brownpapernutrition VANILLA PEANUT DATE SLICE...a great intro recipe for anyone who hasn’t dabbled with wholefood treats much before as it’s simple and delicious. It’s also a winner for my pregnant and breastfeeding mums out there for a few reasons too. DATES are a wonderful source of fibre – fuelling beneficial gut bacteria, sustaining energy levels and appetite and supporting gut motility to keep you and your bowels regular. Post partum constipation is a common condition for many women which may result from the effects of pregnancy hormones, haemorrhoids, pain from episiotomy or iron supplementation (there are many non-constipating iron supplements now
  • Mum sent me home with some chocolate melts she didnt
    2 weeks ago by brownpapernutrition Mum sent me home with some chocolate melts she didn’t know what to do with ... I had two options, 1/ eat them straight up, as they delicious 2/ be kind and get my bake on even though temp and humidity feels like 45 deg C today. Option 2 evidently won, the melts didn’t melt and I am not one bit worried about it. I’ve done plenty of melting today for everyone This ALMOND BROWNIE recipe is a quick variation from one I’ve got on the blog and it’s nek level... especially with cheeky chocolate care of the my lil

Green grazing board using up leftovers from the fridge, freezer and pantry

Clearing out the fridge on the weekend before our fresh produce arrived for the week and pulled together I think one of the most random, but loveliest grazing boards for lunch that I’ve done recently in a while!

Just a bit proud too to feature the gorgeous sorrel leaves from our garden. Growing our own produce this year in our planter box (it’s small but it’ll do!) has been ridiculously satisfying. We have learnt so much since first starting to grow food last year, and even better we can use up all our leftover organic food waste to make the compost too. The compost produces the most unbelievably rich soil and the veggies seem to absolutely LOVE it.

Onto the board though! I’ve used up fridge, freezer and some of the pantry items too obviously and for the sake of guiding you on some of the packaged items we buy I’ll pop the brands below:

From the top:

  • Fish4Ever Sustainable Caught Tuna
  • Home made seed snaps – RECIPE here
  • Tortilla flatbread – I think these were just the basic Mission ones because I had them leftover from a shoot
  • Sorrel leaves from the garden
  • Avocado
  • Free range eggs
  • Peace Love and Vegetables Cashew cheese in the bowl with…
  • Cornersmith Pickled Pears and…
  • Frozen and boiled broad beans – I’ve thrown the wrapper but you can find these in the freezer at the supermarket (remember to peel them if you use them)
  • Cucumber
  • Peace Love and Vegetables Kraut and Smoky Kraut
  • Lemon
  • Pilpel beetroot hummus and…
  • Yumis hummus on Jet’s request : )

I’ve been meaning to write a blog for  while which has a bunch of the packaged goods and brands I do buy at the supermarket, obviously not everything can be done from scratch, I think it’s helpful, let me know in the comments below if you would like that also?

Aaaaand I did in fact attempt to make a video of the prep of the board so you can see how it comes together. Be sure to tune into that when I finally edit it, it might help you over the festive time of year.


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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