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  • The Best Home-Made Beef Burgers….

    17th January 2013

    Well I have to say I’m not entirely shocked at the news this week that burgers on sale in UK and Irish supermarkets contained up to 29% horse meat.

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  • The Olympic Picnic…

    29th July 2012

    Follow my tips for packing a gold-medal worthy picnic!

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  • The butcher, the baker and…….the supermarket

    15th March 2012

    Billericay is lucky enough to have a fantastic butcher on the high street called Masons of Billericay. They source free range meat from local suppliers and even make their own sausages with 95% meat content. If you’re going to eat sausages this is the ONLY way to do it!

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  • BBC says “Organic ‘has no health benefits’”…misreporting at its best

    30th July 2009

    This year’s award for the most misleading and misinformed headline surely must go to the BBC for their report on FSA research into the health benefits of organic food.  I read this yesterday and started making a list of points so as I could blog today.  This is what I came[...]

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  • Let them eat….soup!

    27th May 2009

    I’ve just read this very interesting article about soup and it’s effects on satiety (or the feeling of fullness after eating).  It would appear that soup has the fantastic action of keeping us full for longer, especially vegetable soup.  The means by which this is achieved is explained in the[...]

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  • What have the tobacco and food industries got in common? – Dr Briffa Blog

    31st October 2008

    I came across this interesting article from Dr Briffa today.  He writes about the similarities between the tobacco and food industries.  He argues that in the same way the tobacco industry defends its products the food industry cannot be relied on to help solve the obesity crisis in the world[...]

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  • How to save money buying organic….

    13th October 2008

    It’s an unfortunate fact but as the credit crunch hits we have to make choices as to where our money is best spent.  At times like these buying organic may seem like a luxury, I know I’ve had to switch back to conventional products on certain items.  But this interesting[...]

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  • Credit Crunch = Unhealthy Food

    3rd October 2008

    This week the charity Christians Against Poverty reported that in one in three people in the UK are eating less healthily than a year ago http://www.capuk.org/downloads/uk_turns_to_unhealthy_food.pdf. The survey showed that people are abandoning fresh and healthy produce in favour of processed food in order to save money. This to me[...]

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