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Deadly tucker : a selection of recipes from the FOODcents for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in WA program

by WA Department of Health

Book
Year 2009
City Perth
Publisher WA Department of Health
Number of pages 82

Abstract

This cookbook is a selection of recipes that were created as part of the FOODcents for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in WA program.

The Deadly Tucker cookbook is printed in colour with step-by-step photographs for each recipe, including ingredients and equipment needed. Recipes include a selection of soups, main dishes, salads, vegetables and desserts. All recipes have a rating for suitability for people with diabetes.

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  • FOODcents for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in WA program

    The FOODcents for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in WA program (ATSI FOODcents program) is an adaptation of the Health Department of WA's mainstream FOODcents program, an education program that helps families to achieve a healthy diet and to save money on their grocery shop.The program contains a number of resources to assist participants: an education manual guide for people working with Aboriginal communities to promote healthy eating a cookbook providing recipes for people with health conditions such as diabetes, with recipes that are easy to prepare and low in cost.  FOODcents activities include budgeting, cooking sessions and supermarket tours.

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