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Eat March 11, 2020

Have you ever fallen in love with a HelloFresh meal that's cooked to perfection and bursting with flavour… and then never see it on the menu again? Or have you (...)

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Patricia Monaghan says:

Hi Hello Fresh, My meals have been lovely, but can I just choose my own meals instead of having them chosen for me? I cannot eat some things like black beans and some fish. so is that ok.
Thank You.

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What to do with your commonly wasted food

Tips and Tricks March 3, 2020

When it comes to weekly household staples, it can be hard to avoid food waste. Take milk, bread and bananas for example. They’re delicious when they’re first purchased, (...)

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What staple items do I need in my pantry?

Our Cooking tools February 25, 2020

Are you thinking of joining the HelloFresh family? Or if you’ve recently joined… Welcome! 

Before you start cooking, you’ll just need to check your cupboard for a few (...)

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Joe says:

Extremely unhappy with this company, tried them after a referral from a friend, 2 weeks in and 2 missed deliveries. Would not recommend to anyone.

Luisa Morales says:

I have used hellofresh for almost a year now.. and I love it. I have not had any big issue apart from the occasional missed ingredient in a recipe.. I always let them know straight away and they have been super helpful. Great service

Susan Lockett says:

I thought I might try hello fresh to help with my meal preparation, every day as a women we have to think about, what to have for dinner? I am so over this process lol so here I am finding myself ordering hello fresh hoping these meals will take away the pressure of “what to have for dinner” well I have to say they have certainly done that, I just have to choose a recipe and off I go, your recipes are so easy to follow, I think the enjoyment of cooking has come back, even my husband can cook now on a good day lol I cannot believe how much hello fresh has made my day more relaxing and less stressful to not have to think about what we eat for dinner.
So I think we can say we are really enjoying HelloFresh.

Bernadette robinson says:

Hi, I’m thinking of purchasing hallo fresh for 1Adult and 1 Teenage boy Three meals a week also three deserts a week so how much would that cost me please

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How meal kits help you achieve your resolutions!

Eat February 19, 2020

When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions, eating balanced meals and caring for the environment are two of the top things Aussies want to do more of this year. 

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I love visiting the Philippines. Korea does not have as many beautiful islands as you do. I’m coming back again this summer

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5 simple ways to eat more vegetables

A Dash of Flavour February 17, 2020

"Eat your vegetables!" is something we've all heard at some point in our lives. While we know that five serves of veggies a day is the key to healthy eating, (...)

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Gourmet Recipes: create your own romance!

Lifestyle February 14, 2020

Set hearts racing this Valentine's Day by skipping the crowded restaurant and creating your own restaurant quality dinner at home. 

As we all know, a heartfelt effort trumps anything you (...)

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Pickled Pink: learn how to pickle anything!

Eat February 6, 2020

To learn how to pickle anything, just follow these simple steps. Then, you can use this handy method to preserve any leftover veg you might have lying around.

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Perth Is Ok says:

I always prefer to eat pickles with food because it makes the food delicious and spicy. I will try to make pickle at home and will follow these helpful guidelines. Thanks.

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Composting Tips: what you can and can’t feed the worms

Tips and Tricks February 5, 2020

In our quest to reduce as much waste in our lives as we can, we’re starting a worm farm. Check out our composting tips to keep your worms happy. 

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Dorothy Healy says:

I left some of the wool liner on our verandah. The birds are now coming every day to take it to make nests for the spring. How cool is that?!

Greer says:

This made our day Dorothy! Very cool indeed.

Diane says:

I have left some out for a magpie pair because I saw them pulling out the coconut coir from my hanging baskets. Hope they make use of it.

Juliette Russell says:

Hi I have been using my wool liner as a garden weed mat it seems to work well and degrades at the same rate as the bark I put on top.

Also want to comment that i am generally not happy about the recycling of Hello fresh packaging. Previously we were able to recycle the boxes and freezer packs. Happy to use the wool in the garden but there is only a limited amount you can use. I think you need to relook at your packaging.

Diane Coghlan says:

The wool insulation makes a great top layer on my worm farm. It retains plenty of moisture so keeps the worms damp and insulated from temperature extremes. I will be interested to see if, when it rots down, the worms use it.

Lynne says:

Another use for the wool insulation is to line wire hanging baskets.Works a treat.

Stewart says:

Love the comments about the wool liners.
My experience with a kitchen compost bin is to ensure it is enamelled. This seems to prevent odours for some reason. We use a repurposed kitchen fat collector.

Sonja says:

I haven’t done it yet but I’m going to use the wool liner to put strawberry plants in – sure beats the black plastic I see commercial growers using!

Deborah says:

Did you know that other natural fibres can be composted? Cotton, wool, silk, bamboo etc. I always put my old cotton undies and hubby’s work shorts in the worm farm. All that is left behind are the synthetic parts i.e. elastic, stitching (fully intact), zips, buttons etc. I put them in whole, but if composting in a compost heap they should be cut into small pieces.

Dale Chapple says:

Worm farm is easy and saves a lot of rubbish. Creates good soil and liquid natural fertiliser.

Rod Coleman says:

Very information post about composting! Yes I agree that “composting is great for the herb garden or other veggies”

Kim says:

I’m curious to know how long you expect it to take for the insulation to break down?

Michael says:

Hi Your Cool Pouch with corn icon You say these pouches are made from plant based and renewable materials. Can I place them in my worm farm, if so why aren’t they in the list above

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What’s the deal with our family meals?

Eat February 4, 2020

Did you know that almost three in four parents cook more than one meal each night to cater to fussy eaters? If this sounds like you, our Family Box may (...)

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Kelly says:

The latest recipie cards are smaller in font than the previous ones and are harder to read.

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Why staying in is the new going out

Eat February 3, 2020

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner – how are you celebrating the night? Like most, you’ll probably have to battle many other couples for a table at a fancy restaurant.

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