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Cheesemaking is all the go this autumn. Learn how
to make your own fetta, triple cream brie, blue vein
and more at cheesemaking queen Ros Garstone’s weekend
workshops in Margaret River. Email garstone5@bigpond.
com, or check out the schedule online at cheeselinks.com.au/
Chia grown in Kununurra is finding its way into some
of Australia’s biggest health brands. Emma & Tom’s
new Life Bar range relies on chia from The Chia Co,
the world’s largest producer of natural, raw chia.
Founder John Foss says the partnership has been
great for the town. “We’re really proud of the fact
that our locally grown chia seeds are being enjoyed
by Emma & Tom’s customers across the country,”
he says. You’ll also find John’s chia in the new nudie
crushes breakfast juice. thechiaco.com.au.
The 2012 season for fresh
Rottnest Island scallops and king
prawns is underway. For more
information, visit onesea.com.au.
Farmland Greens is a local company specialising in quality
sprouts, shoots and tendrils. Their products add nutritious
value to salads, soups, wraps, stews and stir fries. Scoop’s f a v e ?
The wonderfully plump sunflower shoots. Look for them at
In the cleverest bit of self-promotion we’ve seen this year,
Little Red Hen cake pops are topped with a scannable QR
code that takes you to the company’s website. The cakes from
this Mount Claremont bakery are pretty damned smart, too.
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