Organic Butcher
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North West Plaza
97 Flockton St, McDowall
Tel 07 3353 8541

 
Organic Butcher

Paddington Central
107 Latrobe Tce, Paddington
Tel 07 3369 9522

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The Meat-ting Place - Friendly Staff
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The Meat-ting Place - Andrew with Happy Customers
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The Meat-ting Place - Jenelle with Happy Customers
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Chunky Beef Bourguignon Recipe

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:37am

A winter favourite for the whole family made from fresh organic vegetables and of course organic beef. This recipe is popular with everyone looking for a hearty meal with the cold nights of winter. There are few things more satisfying on a cool day than a rich beef stew. Making your meal with natural organic foods from a local organic supermarket can make you meal just that much more rich. This recipe is a traditional French beef bourguignon stew with a modern mushroom twist. This recipe will feed a large family of five, with plenty of left overs. Chunky Beef Bourguignon Ingredients half…

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The Difference Between Organic and Conventional Meats and Produce

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:35am

Whаt іs conventionally grown produce? Conventionally grown produce іs dіffеrеnt frоm organically grown produce іn thаt іt mау usе fertilizers аnd pesticides tо allow higher yields, оut оf season growth, аnd stronger disease resistance. Conventionally grown produce іs whаt уоu will sее а majority оf thе time whеn shopping іn уоur local supermarket. What іs Organic Produce? Organic produce іs produce thаt іs grown wіthоut thе aid оf synthetic pesticides оr fertilisers. То bе certified "organic" а farmer must meticulously document whаt thеу аrе…

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Sweet American Style Barbecue with Strawberry Shortcake

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:34am

There is nothing quite like a good outdoors barbecue, with friends and family all enjoying a delicious feast under the sun. As the seasons change and it cools off outside, people may begin to miss that summer time staple, the sweet and savoury outdoors barbecue. There is a delicious and comforting cool weather alternative from the other land of the barbecue, the American South. This Carolina classic slow cooked pulled pork dish is easy and delightful. It is great for those evenings indoors. The sauce is authentic to the deep American South, tangy and sweet at the same time. It can be paired…

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Supporting organic produce helps our local economy

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:32am

According to IBISWorld, organic farming is one of Australia's fastest growing industry and "has been one of the economy's best performing industries over the past five years." The report goes on to say that the "industry revenue is expected to grow by an annualised 12.1%" and the forecast is to reach $655.3 million in 2013-14.  So what do these numbers mean for the local farmers in business? Are they making thousands of dollars from selling their organic food? Buy Locally and Help the Economy The short answer is - not necessarily. When people purchase organic food, sometimes these…

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Natural Diet is Nature's Own Antidepressant

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:31am

Modern life puts many of us under considerable pressure and the growing instance of depression in our adult and child population is growing. Much of this has been shown to relate to our lifestyle and maintaining a natural organic diet can overcome many aspects of what leads to depression. The overuse of chemicals in our foods and the air have been shown to destroy the natural vitamins that our brain needs to help us cope with daily living. Organic and natural food isn’t just good for your body, it’s good for your mind as well. In fact, our current understanding of the brain indicates…

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A Healthier and Clearer Skin Solution with Organic Fruit and Vegetables

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:29am

There are many fruits and vegetables that can boost your immune system and fight strains of bacteria that cause acne flare-ups. However, it is important to stick to organic foods if you hope to benefit the most from their powerful vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and more. Most non-organic produce is grown in nutrient-depleted soil that has been over-treated with pesticides and nitrate fertilisers. On average, many fruits and vegetables from organic supermarkets contain at least 20 percent more nutrients than their non-organic counterparts. These six power-foods can help fight and prevent…

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Organic farmers care about the food you eat and how they produce it

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:28am

At the macro level there are many environmental benefits to organic agriculture. There is the aspect of sustainability over the long term. Many changes in the environment occur over time. Organic agriculture considers the medium and long-term effect of its interaction with the environment. Organic farmers aim to produce food that has ecological balance to prevent soil erosion, pest problems, as well as adapting a proactive approach as opposed to treating problems as they emerge. Many organic farmers and agricultural businesses consider the environment and the land that they farm on as a…

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Healthy Organic Lamb from Your Natural Organic Butcher

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:27am

Getting good organic foods is as simple as visiting us, your friendly organic supermarket. This is as true for organic lamb as it is any other food. A tasty lamb roast is a favorite for many families around Australia. No matter now it is prepared, it is a great meal. Buying organic is a great way to ensure that your family will enjoy the best tasting and healthiest lamb possible... A Healthy, Happy Animal Lamb that is organic has been fed a diet that has higher standards than regular lamb. Their feed is not contaminated with undesirable chemicals. The lamb will also have not been pumped…

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Pesticide Use in Australia

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:25am

Pesticide management in Australia is regulated by the NRS--the National Registration Scheme for Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals. Administered by the APVMA (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority), this authority works in partnership with territory and state government agencies and is responsible for assessing pesticides, regulating agrochemicals, ensuring marketplace compliance and consistently reviewing chemicals to ensure the meet or exceed the highest standards. Nearly $20 billion worth of plant crops cultivated in Australia each year are grown using agricultural…

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5 Great Benefits of Eating Organic Meat and Produce

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:23am

Meat and produce  saturated with pesticides, herbicides and growth-enhancing  hormones present viable health hazards to people who eat them.   These chemicals are meant to kill living things, such as insects, fungi and weed; they are not meant to be put into the human body.  Switching to a diet of organic meant and produce eliminates the risk of ingesting toxic chemicals intended to promote abnormal  growth of crops and animals. When you choose to eat organic foods, your body will thank you over and over again! Benefits of organically grown foods: Vitamin levels are naturally…

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What Does It Mean When Products are Stamped Australian Certified Organic?

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:20am

Most organic meats and produce sold in Australia are stamped with the recognizable BUD logo, which indicates the food qualifies as Australian Certified Organic.  This logo can be seen on a wide variety of items, from coffee and apples to make-up and clothing, guaranteeing consumers that ingredients used to make the product--whether it was soil to grow plants or grain to feed livestock--have passed tests established by the Australian Certified Organic Standard.  Highly respected by other global organic organisations and implementing the strictest of standards, the ACO is accredited and…

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6 Ways Pesticides Harm Your Body

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:18am

Formulated with powerful ingredients meant to kill insects quickly and efficiently, pesticides act like nerve gas that promotes a severe imbalance of hormones vital to health before disrupting  and paralyzing the nervous system. Routinely ending up inside and on food (no matter how insistent the food industry is about cleaning produce before it reaches grocery shelves), chemical residue from pesticides do find their way into our bodies and slowly but insidiously erode the healthy functioning of all organs, the blood stream and even the brain. If you have never taken the time to read about…

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Why You Should Consider Purchasing Organic Meat

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:17am

When some people hear the term “organic meat” they automatically think expensive. While the initial cost of these meats may be a bit more, there are a number of benefits to purchasing this organic, or natural alternative. From beef and pork to chicken and eggs – each of these items can reach your table free from chemical additives and poisonous hormones; learn more right now! Humane Treatment of Livestock When you are purchasing organic meat, you are also providing for a more humane existence for livestock. The conditions they live in is more sanitary and the actual production process…

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The Trend of Organic and Natural Foods: Is it Right for You?

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:15am

Food that is grown without the use of synthetic chemicals is better for a person’s health, as well as the environment. In the past decade, more and more farmers have abandoned the synthetic hormones, fertilizers and pesticides, changing to organic methods of growing instead. The result that has been achieved is healthy and natural food that is better for consumers as well as the world around them. The Definition of Organic or Natural Food Organic, also referred to as natural, food is usually produced using types of ecological practices, which means no synthetic chemicals, irradiation,…

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3 Organic Ingredients to Help You Fight Illness

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:14am

The best cure is prevention and by using natural ingredients you can quite often stem the occurrence of many common illnesses. No one wants to get sick and every year, people dread feeling lousy from catching a cold or getting the flu. Even a few days of dealing with bad allergies can make a person feel like they just want to stay in bed. On top of that, typical cold, flu and allergy remedies are packed with ingredients and chemicals that no one knows what they are. Taking medicine that’s packed full of chemicals and unknowns can become just as stressful as getting ill. But did you know…

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How to Make Organic Air Freshener

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:13am

Spraying air fresheners should not require chemicals - this all natural organic air freshener is something you can make up to suit your own personal tastes and is perfectly safe and effective. These days, it’s quite common for people to ditch household products which are full of chemicals and unknown substances; replacing them with organic products that are better for people and the environment. One common household product that people use on a regular basis is a spray based air freshener. Spray based air fresheners can help eliminate foul odours caused from pets and food just to name a…

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Organic Fruit Salad Recipe

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:11am

A healthy and refreshing desert that everyone will love made from the the best and most natural organic fruits. This time of year has so many wonderful organic fruits to choose from this fruit salad will be sure to delight everyone. One great thing about organic fruits is that they can be eaten alone or they can be used in a variety of recipes. By knowing a few different, yet simple organic fruit recipes, you can really expand the ways in which you make them part of your healthy eating habits. Today we’re going to share an awesome organic fruit recipe that’s perfect for home; to take…

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Honey as an alternative to Cough Medicine

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:10am

Many cough medicines are not always the best to be feeding consistently to your children so before reaching for the medicine chest maybe you would like to consider trying a dose of organic honey. This natural sweetener is all natural and has been shown to exhibit the same results as some over the counter cough medicines when dispensed just as you put the child to bed at night. Organic honey of course is your best choice was better at reducing the severity, frequency and disturbance from night time coughs of many children who were found to be suffering from upper respiratory infection. These…

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4 Savoury Organic Snacks to Keep You Energised

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:09am

Some people like sweet snacks while other people like savoury snacks. If you prefer savoury foods and you either eat organic or you’re interesting in incorporating more organic foods into your daily menu, you may be wondering what your options are. Luckily there are plenty of options to choose from; and if you’re looking for a daily pick-me-up there are also a wide variety of organic snacks that are savoury. Let’s take a look at 4 savoury organic snacks to keep you energised. One of the best savoury choices is a handful of almonds. Almonds are very high in protein, which means that…

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5 Organic Gluten Free Foods to Try

Posted Thursday 7 August 2014 at 11:08am

“Gluten free” has been a topic matter throughout the media and the health world for the past few years. While those who are sensitive to gluten are finding more food options now days than they ever have, sometimes it’s hard to simply think up gluten free foods on a whim. Today we’re going to talk about 5 gluten free foods to try. This list can easily be kept as a reference if you need to quickly look up foods that you can eat or you can use it as a starting point to a few creative organic gluten free recipes. Let’s get started! Instead of listing one or two fruits and vegetables,…

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