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Citrus Pan Glazed Tempeh

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This is an old recipe, from Wholefood For Family (Coming Home to Eat), but one of my favourites. I thought it time to bring it out again – it’s super quick, vegetarian, gluten and dairy free but mostly, it’s delicious. This isn’t going to be a long blog, I’m just back at home for a week after 3 weeks on the east coast launching my new book (Wholefood From The Ground Up + classes, and I’m heading back east next week for another round. So a quick delicious meal is just what the doctor ordered, with the citrus highlights brightening up a cold winter day.  Give it a try, I know you will love it. All these beautiful photos are ©Harriet Harcourt

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Tempeh is one of the best ways to have soy – fermentation delivers many benefits to the soy bean, making it much more digestible. It’s also delicious. And, if you are just a bit wary of soy, both my favourite brands (below) do alternative legume tempeh options.  Just a couple of things in regards to tempeh. If possible buy your tempeh uncooked… this will be softer and thicker and you may well need to cut it into half to make it thinner – this is my favourite brand but it has limited availability around Australia. In Western Australia I like this brand, when i can get it. When you look at both of these products, you can see the thick white mycellium (that white fuzz that you can see) and the obvious thickness of the tempeh itself … it may be once you fry them, you may need more sauce as this kind of tempeh will absorb it. Cooked tempeh doesn’t have such an obvious mycellium (in West Australia if I can’t get the ones above, I buy the Tally Ho.  And be choosy about your brand..some are shocking (Nutrasoy is one such example). The recipe below has been made with the biodynamic Tally Ho natural tempeh.

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Fry your tempeh – I like coconut oil for this.

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When golden, pour in the sauce

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Oops, I forgot to put the ginger juice in the sauce, so I’m doing it straight into the pan

JudeB-Tempeh-9911   Cook until it’s a thick syrup, glazing the tempeh

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How good does that look ?? !!!!

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I served it with brown rice, bok choy and coriander…

OOh and a little reminder that I’m back in Brisbane for my 4 day flagship program Wholefood From The Ground Up next week (15th, 16th, 17th and 18th July)  and on the Sunshine Coast for Launch and classes Meals For Everyday and Surviving the Busy Days 22nd, 23 and 24th July… there are a few spots left in all, just email me for further details if you’re interested – jude@wholefoodcooking.com.au   ( I also have events coming up at Wray Organics, Avid Reader and Riverbend Books – I will be posting these on the events page of the website. I’d love to see you there… x Jude

 

 

Sustainable Fish & Seafood Seminar – Saturday 3 March 2012

**** Seminar Canceled *****

Regrettably we have decided to cancel this seminar due to low bookings.  We simply don’t have a workable number of people at this stage and have decided it only fair to give people adequate notice.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope to bring you a new seminar program later in the year.  

Our first Everyday With Wholefood Seminar for 2012 will focus on the issue of Sustainable Fish and Seafood, a hugely important and topical issue. Even Coles is unveiling a new green fish stamp to indicate a sustainable choice. But is it really? Fish remains an exceptionally well priced and nutrient dense food, but do you know what to choose?

Our special guests include sustainable fisheries expert Jeremy Prince, Associate Professor at Murdoch University’s Centre for Fish and Fisheries Research and member of the Sustainable Seafood Program for the Australian Conservation Foundation representing Wild Fisheries and Greg Jenkins from Challenger Institute of Technology runs the Aquaculture research arm of the ACAAR. Greg will shed some light on the more sustainable options for cultured seafood.

I’ll talk to you about cooking nourishing, quick and thrifty meals with sustainable fish including some great take home recipes.

KAILIS BROS FISH MARKETS will be there also and will share how they source their fish and to help guide you with your fish choices.

PS there is even a Sustainable Seafood Day Australia coming up on 16th March.  Take a look at the Facebook page and join the WA conversation during the Seminar.

For enquiries please email: events@wholefoodcooking.com.au

Refund Policy

Just like a concert or theatre, if you are unable to attend, the cost is not refunded. In some cases with enough notice, a credit may be given for another seminar.

Everyday with Wholefood – Seasonal Seminar – Spring 2011

Saturday 10th September 2011  ****ONLINE BOOKINGS NOW CLOSED – COD SALES AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR *****

Help! I’m/My kids are allergic to everything!

This time we address the real story on the foods we’re allergic to and discuss some wholesome alternatives. I’ll also be covering spring – what’s in season and how to plan a delicious seasonal menu.

Our special guest speaker is Holly Davis from Sydney. Holly is a wholefood chef with a long history preparing ‘real food’ including studying macrobiotics and fermentation practices. Holly will cover good bugs (probiotics), gut ecology and gut health.

Event Program

Guest Speakers

Holly Davis – food by holly davis

Wholefood chef, catering and classes Sydney

Jude Blereau – Whole Food Cooking

Wholefood chef and cooking school Perth

Booking Details

Date: Saturday 10 September, 2011

Time: 1.00pm – 4.00pm (approx) (Doors open from 12.15pm)

Venue: FJ Clarke Lecture Theatre

P Block, QEII Medical Centre, Nedlands. Access off Caladenia Ave (via Monash Ave)

Price: $38.50 inc GST (seating is unallocated, tiered theatre-style)

Books, local produce and other merchandise will be on display and sale from 12.15pm

*** No tickets issued – your Paypal receipt is your proof of purchase ***

For enquiries please email: events@wholefoodcooking.com.au

Refund Policy

Just like a concert or theatre, if you are unable to attend, the cost is not refunded. In some cases with enough notice, a credit may be given for another seminar.

How Does Your Garden Grow – Seasonal Seminar Winter 2011

Everyday with Wholefood – Seasonal Seminar Series

Saturday 25th June 2011

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How Does Your Garden Grow?  *** Door Sales Only Now***

This time we are talking of gardens. Vegetable gardens. I’m very excited to say that the Winter Seasonal Seminar is about growing your own vegetables and herbs.

How Does Your Garden Grow? is about giving you as much information and practical knowledge to help you grow your own, in whatever space you may live. Speakers and guests will include: Your Organic Patch, Lockridge Community Garden, Leesa Caldwell, president of the Organic Growers Association WA (and her business, The Greenhouse – organic seeds and seedlings) and Green Life Soil.

I hope you’re as excited by that as I am! You won’t get a better group of people that will be able to help you plan and make your own vegetable garden for Spring a workable reality.

Event Program

Guest Speakers

Gardening Specialists – Various

Jude Blereau – Whole Food Cooking

Winter warmers & menu planning

Booking Details

Saturday 25 June, 2011

Time: 1.00pm – 4.30pm (approx) (Doors open from 12.15pm)

Venue: FJ Clarke Lecture Theatre, P Block, QEII Medical Centre, Nedlands.

Access off Caladenia Ave (via Monash Ave)

parking: is available free in Car Park 3 only (boom gate will be open).  All other parking around the hospital is paid. Please follow signage around to P Block (the area is under development).

Price: $38.50 inc GST (seating is unallocated, tiered theatre-style) – CASH ONLY DOOR SALES.

Books, local produce and other merchandise will be on display and sale from 12.15pm

 

Enquiries

events@wholefoodcooking.com.au

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Please note: your Paypal receipt is your ticket.  Tickets are not issued for this event.  There are no refunds available if you are unable to attend.

What’s in the Bag – Repeat Everyday with Wholefood Seminar

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What’s in the bag?

Nourishing lunches for children at school and adults at work and play!

Thursday 16th June from 7pm to 10pm   ****  SOLD OUT – NO DOOR SALES *****

with Jude Blereau & Julie Eady
Due to popular demand we are repeating the Autumn 2011 Seminar! During the seminar we will attempt to answer one of the eternal questions we ask daily. What can I eat for lunch??  Lunch is an often overlooked meal, and it’s very easy to be seduced by a quick sandwich.  We’ll look at feeding children and adults and also take a look at menu planning!

I’m very excited to say that Julie Eady from Additive Alert will once again join me as a guest speaker. If you’ve not had the opportunity to hear Julie, I would highly recommend it. Julie is a full time Mum to three young children who developed her interest in food additives and their effects on health after the birth of her first child. She was shocked to discover what was actually in much of the food commercially available. Many of the additives she found are banned in most other countries. Julie is a well informed and inspirational speaker, and will give you up to date information on food additives, their dangers and what you can do to avoid them. Jude will then go on to give you ideas for wholesome and delicious lunchboxes, with recipes.

Booking Details ***** SOLD OUT ******
 

Date: Thursday 16th June, 2011
 

Time: 7pm – 10pm (Doors open from 6.15pm)
 

Venue: FJ Clarke Lecture Theatre, P Block, QEII Medical Centre,
Nedlands. Access off Caladenia Ave (via Monash Ave)*

Price: ******** SOLD OUT ***************

Books and other merchandise will be on display and sale.

* please note that parking is available in carparks off Monash Ave and in other carparks around the uni and hospital. Please leave time to find parking in the event that the immediate carpark is full
 

If you are not already a subscriber I recommend you join my newsletter mailing list for information about this and future seminars and events:www.wholefoodcooking.com.au

Everyday with Wholefood – Autumn 2011 Seasonal Seminar

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What’s in the bag?

Nourishing lunches for children at school and adults at work and play!

Saturday 26th February 2011 – 1pm to 4.30pm  **** FULLY BOOKED ****

Wholefood Cooking Seasonal Seminars are designed to give you information on what foods are in season, idea’s on how to use them and to introduce you to the many growers and people in Perth doing amazing things with whole and real food. Each seminar has a central them as it’s focus, and for our Autumn Seminar on Saturday 26th February, we will attempt to answer one of the eternal questions we ask daily. What can I eat for lunch?? For children heading back to school and for ourselves. Lunch is an often overlooked meal, and it’s very easy to be seduced by a quick sandwich.

I’m very excited to say that Julie Eady from Additive Alert will be our guest speaker, and if you’ve not had the opportunity to hear Julie, I would highly recommend it. Julie is a full time Mum to three young children who  developed her interest in food additives and their effects on health after the birth of her first child and was shocked to discover what was actually in much of the food commercially available. Many of the additives she found are banned in most other countries. Julie is a well informed and inspirational speaker, and will give you up to date information on food additives, their dangers and what you can do to avoid them. Jude will then go on to give you ideas for wholesome and delicious lunchboxes, with recipes.

Booking Details ****** FULLY BOOKED ****
 

Date: Saturday 26 February, 2011
 

Time: 1pm – 4.30pm (Doors open from 12.15pm)
 

Venue: FJ Clarke Lecture Theatre, P Block, QEII Medical Centre,
Nedlands. Access off Caladenia Ave (via Monash Ave)*

* please note that parking is available in carparks off Monash Ave and in other carparks around the uni and hospital. Please leave time to find parking in the event that the immediate carpark is full
 

Repeat seminar – we may try and repeat this seminat in June please register your interest in attending a second seminar by leaving your details at: events@wholefoodcooking.com.au

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If you are not already a subscriber I recommend you join my newsletter mailing list for information about this and future seminars and events:www.wholefoodcooking.com.au