Family-owned and operated since 1977, Sharp's Bakery in the tiny town of Birchip, in regional Victoria (300km North-West of Melbourne) has won the 2022 award for "Australia's best Vanilla Slice"The population of under 1,000 often share their picture perfect little town with outsiders, some who are prepared to drive over 4 hours just to taste the perfect slice.As John F. said in his review (yesterday), his only regret from his 4.5hour drive to Birchip, was he had only one slice each (Due to demand slices have to be reserved).www.facebook.com/SharpsBakeryBirchip
Food security has become a global challenge, driving interest and investment in food tech - this is evident in the rapid growth of the industry in Israel. Despite the problems at hand, Israel has risen to the challenge and proven itself to be a pioneer in the field of alternative proteins, especially in regards to cultivated meat. In a world where people are becoming increasingly conscious of their environmental impact, alternative proteins are particularly important as they are one of the most promising sectors of food tech trying to combat climate change effects and improve food security. Read on: https://israeltrade.org.au/2022/09/06/the-future-of-meat/
Drinking just two cups of tea per day could lower your risk of mortality by 10 per cent, a study suggests.The findings also suggested that the result was the same no matter whether milk or sugar was added, what their preferred tea temperature was, or whether there were genetic variants involved affecting the rate at which caffeine was metabolised.The researchers, from the National Institutes of Health, used data from the UK Biobank, which revealed that 85 per cent of men and women in the study aged 40 to 69 report that they regularly drink tea. Of those, 89 per cent said they drank black tea.https://inkl.com/a/WnXkEWuPro
After 20 months of trials at Australian Wildflour Pastry Co these gluten-free croissants are ready for production according to the Owner/Pastry Chef Anita Wood.
The croissants shown are hand laminated.
New research suggests that eating bananas regularly may help prevent heart attacks and strokes.Bananas and other foods high in potassium can prevent fatal blockages that can develop and prevent arteries from hardening and narrowing. One banana meets around 10% of daily potassium needs.According to the study, those with the lowest dietary intake of potassium had a 50% higher risk of having a stroke than those with the highest intake.https://inkl.com/a/xAzqpRSQEq