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Sydney Sprouts welcomes chef, Mayumi Nagata

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Sydney Sprouts welcomes chef, Mayumi Nagata

We’re so pleased to say ‘welcome’ to the very talented Mayumi Ngata – an internationally-recognised chef now based in Sydney – whose wonderful recipes and kitchen inspirations you may have seen featured right here on our website.

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Supporting communities with ‘Hearth & Soul’

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Supporting communities with ‘Hearth & Soul’

We’ve long been passionate advocates for social justice and the rich benefits of fostering strong community spirit. But in the difficult months since the Covid-19 pandemic began, the need for communities across the world to pull together has been greater than ever.

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Sowing the seeds of tomorrow

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Sowing the seeds of tomorrow

Ask a group of primary school kids where their food comes from and chances are at least a few will say “the fridge”, or perhaps “the supermarket”. While on the surface it sounds funny, it’s also a cause for some concern. Life in the 21st century certainly has plenty going for it. But one area where we’ve perhaps lost our way a little, is in providing our children with a solid education around the foods they eat and enjoy. This is something we’ve always been really passionate about here at Sydney Sprouts. After all, whether we live in the biggest...

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Grow your own mini herb garden sustainably

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Spring is the season of hope and new energy.   Everything is starting to slowly come to life again after winter hibernation. It's also the best time to start planting for that herb garden you have always wanted. "I don't have a backyard," I hear you say. Pfff! Don’t let that deter you! The next time you finish off a punnet of alfafa sprouts, remember to keep the plastic tub and lid. Used alfalfa tubs makes a great seedling pot to get things started. The plastic tubs are ideal as it already has holes at the bottom for drainage. The lid becomes a perfect planter dish to catch water. By giving...

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