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  • Amazing Herbs and Fabulous Food Programme
    The wonders of modern technology allowed me to listen to an episode of the food programme in my car via a bluetooth connection to a podcast downloaded to my phone. By the time I reached the dentist I was totally uplifted
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  • Cider week: Week 29 of BigBarn’s food and drink weeks
    Cloudy or clear, dry or sweet, with the sunshine finally out now is certainly the time to sit in the warm weather and enjoy a cider of choice! You can now find a local cider almost everywhere. It is exciting trying all the different types made with its own style, story and real juice instead of 'concentrate'.
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  • Will better food knowledge improve health?
    With the growing obesity crisis and ever increasing NHS budget will better food knowledge improve health? Or should we rely on sugar tax and media coverage like TV programmes to change people's diet.
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  • Strawberry Week: Week 24 of BigBarn’s Food & Drink Weeks
    Summer is really here at last and you know it's summer when you find yourself gorging on delicious Strawberries. To buy and eat, pick your own, or, grow your own. Like nearly all fruit the freshest, ripest, strawberries are the best, and rarely found in the supermarket where shelf life is more important than taste.
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  • Tomato week: Week 20 of BigBarn’s food and drink weeks
    Tomatoes are the key ingredient to summer. We have them on BBQ's, salads, cook with them, fry them, how ever you like them and we all know a perfectly ripe tomato can't be beaten especially if it is ugly! Yes, ignore the perfectly round red ones and go for foreign looking tomatoes. The general rule is; the uglier they are the better.
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  • Oil week: Week 19 of BigBarn’s food and drink weeks
    The fields are starting to turn yellow with rapeseed ready for the season! Virgin olive oil and cold pressed Rapeseed oil is really good for us. It is delicious for roast potatoes & dressings and we should eat more for health reasons.
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  • The UK desperately needs a Social, Local, Food Map
    Political and economic uncertainty post the US, French and UK elections and running up to Brexit mean that our food industry could change dramatically with big price rises and multiple food scares. To combat these global threats we need a UK wide Local Food Map to encourage greater consumption and production of local food.
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  • Guest Blog: Three Reasons Why We Should Shop Local
    Shopping for groceries locally is a simple change that can bring big improvements to your life. It is often healthier, more environmentally friendly and supportive of your community. In today's article, we'll be exploring these reasons in more detail, in hopes you can see why it's not only better for you, but also better for everybody if you buy locally-sourced food.
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  • Gluten Free Food; bad for you?
    I am a big fan of Food Unwrapped the TV programme with Jimmy, Kate and Matt. Last night they included a piece on Gluten Free Foods and how in most cases they do more harm than good.
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  • Foraging week: Week 15 of BigBarns food and drink weeks
    The wild garlic and nettles have started to appear meaning it's time to get foraging! Britain is a bounty for foraging foods which will not only get you out and exercising but spice up some old dishes with natures loot you have picked yourself.
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  • Grow You Own Week: Week 13 of BigBarn’s Food & Drink weeks
    Now is the perfect time to start getting stuck into your garden. For many of us diving in and getting our hands dirty in the garden is more than just about saving money, it's about the satisfaction of watching your seed grow in to a plant that is soon a delicious crop.
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  • Bacon week: Week 11 of BigBarns food and Drink weeks
    Curing bacon at home is really easy and very rewarding! All it takes is a little patients, a belly of pork, sugar and spices and some saltpetre. All you have to do is place the belly in a bag with the sugar, spices and saltpetre leave in the fridge for a about a week turning occasionally before drying.
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