Cow Milk vs. Plant Milk

The milk dialogue is an udderly complicated topic, but plant milks have been moo-ving up the ranks, offering a refreshing twist on a classic favourite! The debate between cow milk and plant milk has gained significant attention in recent years, fuelled by health concerns, dietary preferences, environmental awareness, and ethical considerations. Whether you’re a lifelong […]

Home is where the art is

Weekend Australian – Home is where the art is Lifting our spirits in the Mansion section of the Weekend Australian 23/3/2024, Normie and I opened our home and hearts to Angela Saurine who writes: “After being separated on opposite sides of the NSW-Queensland border for much of the Covid-19 pandemic, Normie Rowe and Samantha Gowing are happy to […]

Sake – drink of the Gods

  The Drink of the Gods The mere mention of the word sake has the capacity to bring a shudder; a sigh and a desperate look of ‘never again’ to many foreign faces. However to the Japanese, the tradition of fermenting rice into wine dates back to c. AD 300 and has evolved into a […]

How to price yourself into your market

One of the biggest issues health practitioners, cafe owners and chefs face is how to price their product effectively. In particular, health practitioners, in particular, are a shy mob when it comes to billing and they find it challenging to charge their true worth. So let’s take a look at what holds one person back […]

Top 10 Reasons to Self Publish

Did you know that between 400,000 and 600,000 books are self-published each year? If you’re a writer, self-publishing is now a proven, trustworthy and effective avenue for getting your work into the public domain. As far back as 2009, The New York Times highlighted the impact of the financial crisis on an already struggling publishing industry, […]

Salmon School – What type of salmon should I buy?

When it comes to choosing the right type of salmon, there are a few considerations to keep in mind.  Firstly, there are various species of salmon, each with its own distinct qualities. One commonly encountered type is the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), which is typically imported and farmed in Tasmania.  Wild-caught salmon  There is another […]

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