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As summer turns up the heat it might also be time to ‘turnip’ your veggie consumption. Often thought of as a winter vegetable, June is actually turnip season in the UK. In fact, now is the best time for baby turnips, which are smaller and sweeter than their winter counterparts. On top of that, it’s always worth cooking with seasonal veg when you have access to the freshest ingredients. The turnip may not be the most glamorous vegetable but offers…

There has been a lot of talk about texture modified diets of late following the introduction of the new IDDSI standards. While catering to residents with dysphagia is important, there are plenty of other diets that need to be considered in aged care, with gluten intolerance, coeliac and vegetarianism to name a few. While catering to these diets may seem simpler on the surface, it can still be challenging for chefs to satisfy nutritional requirements for these residents where a…

Make the most of the freshest seasonal vegetables as you plan your Winter menus and save some dollars and the environment in the process! Here’s what’s in season right now. Try this delicious recipe from the #SoupedUp Kitchen for a chicken and vegetable curry, served with fluffy basmati rice and coriander. Suitable for pureeing too for IDDSI Level 4 textures. Made it? Snap a photo and hashtag it #soupeduprecipes. We love to see your creations on Instagram and Facebook! Method 1….

Broccoli is a vegetable notoriously and universally despised by children around the world. In fact, mothers should be awarded gold stars for every time they manage to hide it in egg frittatas, stews and stir fries. Broccoli may get a bad wrap for its flavour, but its nutritional content more than makes up for its distinctive ‘sulphur-y’ smell. On top of being a great source of fibre and folate, this green veggie has numerous benefits for your eyes, heart and…

It’s Spring, which means it’s asparagus season. While asparagus may be a more modest achiever in the world of health foods, this rather pungent vegetable does much more than make your pee smell. It’s a good source of vitamins A, C, and K and it ticks the boxes for the immune system, capillaries, bones, eyes, skin, and blood. Not a bad effort for a single vegetable, don’t you think? As far as making your pee smell, you may be surprised…

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