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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 ūüôā ) 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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