Seasonal Food in March [Infographic]

March Seasonal Food [Infographic] | ecogreenlove

As the days get longer, help yourself to fresh seasonal flavours.

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Before & after workout food

With all of the marketing of sports drinks, bars, gels and powders, this is an excellent question to ask. There’s certainly no harm in eating — and it might help you meet your fitness goals by giving you more energy during the actual run or elliptical workout.

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What to eat this month – November


November's best



Aren’t spuds splendid? Cheap, fat-free, bursting with vitamins and minerals, unbelievably versatile and a national favourite. Bet you didn’t know they were at their best in November?

Our quick and tasty tip:

  • Try making olive oil mash by adding a good lug to your potatoes before mashing with a knob of butter and plenty of black pepper. Excellent with grilled fish and lamb.

Red Cabbage
Red Cabbage

Red Cabbage

Compact, crunchy and colourful red cabbage is a winter favourite, and particularly perfect with rich meats like pork and game.

Our quick and tasty tips:

  • Try braising with apple, smoked bacon and balsamic vinegar. Serve sprinkled with freshly chopped parsley leaves.
  • Try stir frying finely shredded red cabbage in butter and oil with ground spices like cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, some chopped apple, a splash of red wine vinegar and a sprinkling of sugar. Delicious with sausages and roast ham.

Much more information about seasonal fruits and vegetables under Eat Seasonably
Many more tips and recipes on Love Food Hate Waste