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    iana got a reaction from praxisproject in Sourcing food in Australia   
    My goodies to share are:
    - maharajas choice ghee from Coles
    - cooked beetroots from Coles (one ingredient - beetroot). Throw in salad or by itself. Yum. No need spend ages boiling it and peel it,
    - Mae Ploy green curry paste added to coconut milk and nut butter makes an awesome satay sauce. Add a squeeze of lemon and compliant fish sauce if you find that treasure. Don't overeat. It would have a lot of fat.
    - coconut oil from Coles
    - kalamata balsamic vinegar from Coles with no additives
    - wholegrain mustard Coles brand has no nasties, use it for mayo or whatever
    - watch out for dried fruit, can contain vegetable oil. Yuk.
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    iana got a reaction from praxisproject in Sourcing food in Australia   
    My goodies to share are:
    - maharajas choice ghee from Coles
    - cooked beetroots from Coles (one ingredient - beetroot). Throw in salad or by itself. Yum. No need spend ages boiling it and peel it,
    - Mae Ploy green curry paste added to coconut milk and nut butter makes an awesome satay sauce. Add a squeeze of lemon and compliant fish sauce if you find that treasure. Don't overeat. It would have a lot of fat.
    - coconut oil from Coles
    - kalamata balsamic vinegar from Coles with no additives
    - wholegrain mustard Coles brand has no nasties, use it for mayo or whatever
    - watch out for dried fruit, can contain vegetable oil. Yuk.
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    iana got a reaction from praxisproject in Sourcing food in Australia   
    Wow this thread is so helpful. I also get Alowrie ghee from Coles but I never thought to look in the Indian section. I don't realise that most Aussie beef is grass fed. I bought some grass fed beef from superbutcher once and found it a bit tough. Coles now need to stock kale as my local one doesn't I feel like writing a formal letter of request