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Newsletter Week 32 (5/8/19)


Hi Everyone, welcome to Week 32!  

Contents of the newsletter for this week:

 
- New Product Line = NT Wild Caught Barramundi
 
- Recipe of the Week = Chilli, Lemon & Coriander Barramundi

- How Many Meals in a Box Competition
 
- Produce and Farm Update

- Health News = Bamboo Cups

In Health,
Vanessa and Jason
 
NEW PRODUCT LINE
 
We are very excited to add Northern Territory Wild Caught sustainable Barramundi to our shopping cart.

This fish is not farmed (as we've found out most NT Barramundi is) and proudly Australian.

Tested free of chemicals and heavy metals

We've taste tested it and report back that it is delicious!!

                                       
 
Recipe of the Week

CHILLI, LEMON & CORIANDER BARRAMUNDI

Cooking time - less than 30 minutes
Serves - serves 8

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon coarsely choppedfresh coriander
  • 2 small red chillies, finely chopped
  • 1 teaspoon finely grated lemon rind
  • 8 boneless barramundi fillets, skin on
  • tomato salad, mixed leaf salad and crusty bread, to serve

Method

Heat a lightly oiled barbecue plate or frying pan on medium.
Whisk together oil, juice, coriander, chilli and lemon rind in a small jug. Season to taste.
Arrange fish on a tray. Brush with oil mixture.
Barbecue for 2-3 minutes each side until golden and cooked through – flesh will flake easily when tested with a fork.
Serve with salads and bread.

                       

 
"HOW MANY MEALS FROM A BOX" Competition
 
Over the next three weeks we are asking our amazing customers to enter into our "HOW MANY MEALS FROM A BOX" competition.

From any of our OrganicBox $65 boxes we'd love to know how many meals you create over a 5 day period.

You can add a protein, and 3-4 normal ingredients eg oils, spices, sauces etc but the base ingredients are from the $65 box.

1. Post a picture to our Facebook page each night of your meal
2. Share with us the name of your meal
3. Tell us which box you are using, and the ingredients used.
4. Finally, how many people your meal feeds.

Weekly winners will receive an Australian Organic Recipe book and a voucher or box valued at $65.00 free 
   

                                                       
 
Produce and Farm News
 
For this week we have some local certified organic Bok Choy, Fennel is available, along with Rhubarb, plus the regulars.

Our last calf has been born!  This one is called YabYum (or Yabbi for short).  

                                                                            

                                          
 
Health News
 
I just read recently about the health dangers of Bamboo Cups - when you hear bamboo you automatically feel its a healthier option....but apparently not.

Here is a link for some information on why to stay away from Bamboo Cups.