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And now, to make you feel a little less guilty about that extra drink, we give you: a list of amazing cafes and restaurants that pride themselves on ethical living. Your mission, should you choose to accept it? Tick them all off. Go!

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The Jam Plan

by: Alex Birch, 05 Dec 2014.

Posted in: Food

With the year almost up, it's time to dust off last years resolutions and have one more go at that health fix we promised ourselves. Read on for a list of scrumptious christmas gifts and a little look at the benefits of home cooking.

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#MyFoodStory

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by: Alex England, 20 Oct 2014.

Posted in: Food

With Fair Food Week underway find out how you could win a share of the $900 of food-lover’s prizes to be given away

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Birtukan Dagnachew Tegegn believes in making a contribution to the world--through farming. But making a living this way hasn't been easy for Birtukan. Check out her story and support small scale farmers this World Food Day.

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We've handpicked some cool little resources to help you start eating local, seasonal and ethical this summer

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And that's a wrap..

by: Felicity Wainwright, 26 Sep 2014.

Posted in: Food

Flash-talks? Goat Beer? Rice paper rolls? What could it all possibly mean? Check out the wrap-up of our Eat Local Feed Global Event from last Thursday night.

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Two things to make your stomach grumble: declining investment in agriculture research and an aging farming population. Guest blog from returned Australian Volunteer Bonnie Flohr.

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A banquet you'll never forget

by: Annalise, 14 Sep 2014.

Posted in: Food

Eat Local Feed Global is coming up next month and is all about we totally love: Food! Weeeeeell, food security to be exact.Throughout October, schools and uni groups across Australia are getting on board by holding a Hunger Banquet.

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3 MOOCs to change the world

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by: Catherine C, 14 Sep 2014.

Posted in: Food

Ever heard of a MOOC? Not to be confused with a streetwear label, or the source of George Castanza’s rage, a MOOC is a massive open online course – usually hosted by a well-established university + very often free as a bird.

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There aint' nothing quite like homegrown herbs and vegies plucked fresh from your garden. Our pick of the cleverest little gardens, foolproof even for black thumbs in teensy pads.

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