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"Maggie is passionate about good food and I feel pulses could tick a few positive boxes in this area," Mr Bryant says... Mr Morgan-Jones, who is executive chef and food ambassador at HammondCare, told Ground Cover that pulses were a nutritionally rich and affordable source of dietary fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals, more versatile than meat proteins and instrumental in overcoming challenges related to the provision of nutritious food to older people and people living with dementia... "To meet the regulations, other proteins such as meat, fish and eggs have to be cooked to death and lose their nutritional value, whereas pulses have a very low food-safety risk," he says...
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Mr Morgan-Jones, who is executive chef and food ambassador at HammondCare, told Ground Cover that pulses were a nutritionally rich and affordable source of dietary fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals, more versatile than meat proteins and instrumental in overcoming challenges related to the provision of nutritious food to older people and people living with dementia... "To meet the regulations, other proteins such as meat, fish and eggs have to be cooked to death and lose their nutritional value, whereas pulses have a very low food-safety risk," he says... Mr Morgan-Jones says pulses are ideal pur e foods that can also be used to thicken soups and sauces, meeting practical aged-care requirements while satisfying his criteria for fresh, seasonal and sustainable produce...
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" Date: 02.11.2015 'The Cook and the Chef' put the pulse into aged care.. Image of Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant 'The Cook and the Chef', aka Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant, extol the benefits of pulses during the 'Creating an Appetite for Life' aged-care education program in the Barossa Valley, SA... Thirty chefs, cooks, catering managers and hospitality managers from Victorian aged-care facilities descended on the Barossa Valley in South Australia in June for the inaugural 'Creating an Appetite for Life' program - an initiative of the Maggie Beer Foundation...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
" Date: 02.11.2015 'The Cook and the Chef' put the pulse into aged care.. Image of Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant 'The Cook and the Chef', aka Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant, extol the benefits of pulses during the 'Creating an Appetite for Life' aged-care education program in the Barossa Valley, SA... Thirty chefs, cooks, catering managers and hospitality managers from Victorian aged-care facilities descended on the Barossa Valley in South Australia in June for the inaugural 'Creating an Appetite for Life' program - an initiative of the Maggie Beer Foundation...
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