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Cooking with Paola: Kids In The Kitchen

At Food You Can Trust, we are all about encouraging all members of the family to cook at home from locally sourced produce. That is why we have started our own cooking show called "Cooking with Paola: Kids In The Kitchen". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKmeFbX8fV8 In this web series, we will explore how to make tasty dishes at home from local produce that everyone can follow. In today's debut episode, we look at how to make a beef stew with a french twist. Enjoyed our dish? Have other feedback? We'd love to hear from you here at Food You Can Trust.

By |2020-07-07T09:23:14+08:00July 6th, 2020|Fruit & Vegetables, Livestock, News, Produce|0 Comments

Food You Can Trust announces Brand Ambassador

Food You Can Trust is thrilled to announce Fairview Farm's Jessie Davis as its 2020 Brand Ambassador. A mixed cropping farmer from Narembeen (286km due east of Perth), Jessie has a strong focus on social license to operate for primary industry. In her own words: "It is important for consumers to continue to trust farmers and for farmers to maintain and improve their social license to operate. We need the community to buy Western Australian grown products as a first preference." We welcome Jessie to Food You Can Trust and look forward to her teaching us about where WA food comes from (and finding our inner zen).

By |2020-06-18T13:51:34+08:00June 2nd, 2020|Grain, Livestock, News, The Farming Life|0 Comments

Did you know?

That a diet inclusive of red meat allows you to readily absorb zinc, iron and protein which are important for healthy cell function, a supported immune system, growth, wound healing and aid fertility. Ain't no mistake! We also get about 30% of our dietary intake of zinc from red meat and meat products... Who doesn't love a roast? BUT DID YOU KNOW that just like fatty fish, research has led to omega lamb which is rich in long chain omega 3 fatty acids and could help combat heart disease and obesity. And they... are Facts You Can Trust! Many thanks to our wonderful friend of Food You Can Trust for sharing her knowledge: Insta: @__kitchenThyme__ Twitter: @jmw_wallace

By |2020-07-13T12:21:43+08:00May 28th, 2020|Livestock, News, The Farming Life|0 Comments
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