Mandarins

Mandarins

Mandarin oranges are a small, loose-skinned variety of the common orange. They are juicy and are sweeter and less acidic than larger oranges. The most popular varieties in Australia include the Imperial and the Ellendale varieties. Mandarins can be eaten…

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Macadamias

Macadamias

Though many people think that macadamia comes from Hawaii, macadamia is actually a tree nut native to Australia, originating from the coastal rainforests of Queensland and New South Wales. Macadamia nuts are popular as snacks both on its own and…

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Cherries

Cherries

Cherries are red, small and fleshy fruits containing a hard seed inside. There are more than 500 varieties of sweet cherries, but only about 20 or so of them are used in commercial production. They can be eaten fresh, baked…

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Broccoli

Broccoli

Broccoli is a tasty vegetable rich in nutrients and vitamins, making it one of the healthiest vegetables. Its crunchy and nourishing texture is favoured by many, it is easy to cook and a versatile addition to any lunch or dinner…

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Asparagus

Asparagus

Asparagus is a bright green stalk-like vegetable with buds at its end. They are related to onions, leeks and garlic. Asparagus is dense with nutrition and pairs well with other spring vegetables like garlic, potatoes and peas. Asparagus is in…

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Apples

Apples

Apples are a member of the rose family of plants along with peaches, plums and cherries. They are constantly praised as a “miracle food” for being rich in antioxidants and dietary fibre, making it one of the world’s most consumed…

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