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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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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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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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From box to plate in 15 minutes

Our Cooking tools December 17, 2019

“I’m too busy to cook” is now a thing of the past…

At HelloFresh, we believe that being short on time should never stand in the way of cooking (...)

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Wes says:

I leave in Brisbane area can you delivery only fresh vegges or it is with recipes. Can you tell me more about it.

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Plant-based diets are all the rage… but why?

Eat December 1, 2019

Here at HelloFresh, we love veggie recipes - in particular, the health benefits that come with eating more plant-based foods.  Vegetables, grains, legumes, lentils, beans, nuts and seeds are all (...)

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Carolyn says:

I am coeliac and mostly plant based diet…. just wondering what is available on your programme.
Looking forward to hearing back from you

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Are you cooking your pasta properly?

Our Recipes October 25, 2019

Pasta is a firm family favourite in many Aussie households, bringing a little taste of Italia to dinnertime. 

You want your pasta to be cooked al dente. This translates to ‘(...)

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Fussy eaters at your dinner table? Our Dietitian shares tips to make meal-times simpler

Eat October 16, 2019

Ever feel like your life revolves around cooking and cleaning up after your kids, especially when it comes to dinner? You’re not alone! In fact, we asked over 1000 Aussie (...)

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Spring clean your dinnertime routine!

Eat September 26, 2019

As we say hello to Spring and goodbye to chilly Winter nights, there’s no better time to shake up stale dinnertime routines! 

Accredited Dietitian and HelloFresh Head of Culinary, (...)

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