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We've bean thinking about how you can sweeten the deal with lovely legumes.
Despite the name, this Singaporean street food favourite doesn’t contain any carrot at all. Instead, white radish makes the base of this comforting savoury cake...
Whether by accident or on purpose (don't worry, we believe you), turning up the heat on your butter makes for a delicious discovery.
Known as Noah’s Ark pudding to celebrate finding land after the flood, this is a dense, delicious, nutritious mix of grain, dried fruits, nuts and spices enjoyed...
A traditional Portuguese dish that makes use of yesterday's bread to create a stew-style meal.
Who knew that popping cabbage in a frying pan and half burning it could be so delicious!
Baking the celeriac in a salt crust concentrates the flavour and with generous shavings of truffle, earthy flavours reach new heights.
Who else to give us the lowdown on this popular Anatoli red pepper paste than famed Turkish Australian chef, Somer Sivrioglu?
Koji is the starter ingredient behind many much-loved Japanese foods. It also inspired “fermentation fanatics” Rice Culture to start a business that showcasing...
Best served really cold from the fridge - the cucumbers crisp up and the dill, chives and parsley incorporate with the cream and sour cream.
This recipe takes 2 to 3 days to ferment but the first clean sharp crunch of this kimchi will convince you that your hard work is worthwhile.
A flavour explosion - from the koji rice to salted kombu, black rice - this one has a nutty flavour and is full of antioxidants.
It’s been around since the Middle Ages, but some of us only know of it as a sauce commonly used in Chinese cooking. What else can we find out about sweet and sour...
If you haven't tasted yuzu, you're in for a delightful surprise.