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Healthy can be tasty, as Kee­ley Bol­ger dis­cov­ers

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - FOOD AND DRINK -

AFEW years ago, Hugh Fearn­ley-Whit­tingstall star­tled to learn he had high choles­terol. A lover of home-grown veg, who has al­ways ‘eaten sal­ads and fruit’, the 49-year-old ad­mits his GP’s di­ag­no­sis took him by sur­prise.

“I thought I was ba­si­cally very healthy,” ex­plains the TV chef and food writer, who lives in Devon with his wife Marie and their four chil­dren.

“I felt more or less pretty good most of the time, but then I stopped and thought, ‘well ac­tu­ally, you do slap the but­ter on a bit too much on your morn­ing toast, and if the cheese is out at the end of a meal and you’ve got a glass of wine on the go, you do go back there for a bit more’.”

Although both toast and cheese

Cashews add a new di­men­sion to this tasty, warm­ing dish

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