10 THINGS in this issue!
Did you know rinsing dried noodles after cooking cuts their salt levels? (How much salt is in those noodles? p88) Our berry-licious sponge cake makeover has half the kilojoules of the classic version. (Mum’s the word, p76) Fibre-rich chickpea flakes may soon become breakfast foods, thanks to Aussie research. (News bites, p12) Cooking for one? See our must-have everyday staples. (Empty nest? 5 weight traps, p34) A medium-sized apple meets 10 per cent of men’s daily fibre target. (Shopping news, p80) This hearty beef & mushroom stroganoff is low in carbs, yet high in satisfaction. (Low-carb everyday, p42) Women who eat more whole grains and high-fibre foods have smaller waists. (Go with the grain, p82) True or false? Eating an egg a day will not affect your cholesterol. (Lower your cholesterol by numbers, p28)