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Christmas Guide 2017

Christmas Gift Guide

The Holiday Season is upon us. Here is my Christmas Gift Guide which includes some items I have tried and tested during the year as well as other quality gifts (some of them I hope to find in my Christmas stocking 🙂 ) Some of the links below link to our eco online shop. Others […]

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Panasonic Slow Juicer MJ-L500

Test Kitchen: Panasonic Slow Juicer MJ-L500

I have really enjoyed my latest collaboration with Panasonic, this time trialling the Panasonic Slow Juicer MJ-L500. I love making fresh juices and have own quite a few juicers over the years. Still, I have to admit that until two weeks ago, I was not really sure what slow juicers were. A fortnight later, I am puzzled […]

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Panasonic Combination Microwave

This Panasonic Combination Microwave Can Steam, Grill and Bake Too!

For the past few months I had been toying with the idea of getting a microwave. I cook quite a lot of food and always have plenty of leftovers. Some end up in lunchboxes, others as the next meal. And because some foods are just difficult to reheat well (I’m thinking of lasagnas, quiches etc…) getting […]

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6 Best Ways to Use Panasonic MX-ZX1800 Blender

6 Best Ways To Use Panasonic MX-ZX1800 Blender

As part of my #ExperienceFresh collaboration with Panasonic, I was delighted to receive their latest blender to review, the Panasonic MX-ZX1800 Blender. Since I started The Flexitarian blog, I have been making most of our food from scratch and blending has  become second nature. When the kids were young, I used a small blender to […]

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Test Kitchen: Panasonic MK-F800 Food Processor

Test Kitchen: Panasonic MK-F800 Food Processor

With our busy jobs and family commitments, there is no doubt that time has become a precious commodity in our hectic lives. We know that cooking fresh homemade food is essential to a healthy lifestyle yet, craving  convenience, we often reach out for takeaway menus or store-bought pre-packed  meals, laden with salt and sugar. I often hear that preparing […]

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