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Taste Venezuela's national dish at Arepa House
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Taste Venezuela’s national dish at Arepa House

Paying tribute to the sun god as a divine food, the arepa is a flatbread or pocket made of grilled corn that is stuffed with various fillings and is prominent in Venezuelan cuisine. The 'daily bread' for Venezuelan families, arepa almost completely replaces the use of wheat bread. more

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Try unpasturised goats milk from Marlee-May Farm
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Try unpasturised goats milk from Marlee-May Farm

Before the days of pasteurisation , goats milk was often consumed due to the belief that it was better for you. More recently research has proven that this folklore had good foundations, as the diseases of brucellosis and tuberculosis that can be found in raw cows milk have never been known to goats in Australia. This is the reason that the sale of raw goats milk is legal in Queensland unlike its cow derived counterpart. more


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Treat yourself with ice-cream reinvented by Dippin’ Dots
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Treat yourself with ice-cream reinvented by Dippin’ Dots

Do you remember the anticipation of eating ice-cream as a child? The musical sound of the ice-cream van making its way around the neighbourhood, the rush of kids to be first in line, the sticky sweet ice-cream dripping down your fingers and the joy of sucking that last dribble out of the bottom of the soggy cone. more

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Discover the benefits of bee pollen at AB's Honey
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Discover the benefits of bee pollen at AB’s Honey

Imagine a life of a honeybee. They fly around to the most beautiful of blooms to suck the nectar into their honey stomach (yes, bees have two stomachs) and then regurgitate it into the mouth of the worker bees, who chew it to break down the sugars and then spread the nectar throughout the honeycomb. more