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9 hours ago
Eumundi Voice

Here in Australia we are lucky to have a variety of foods introduced by foreign cultures. While we may enjoy the variety, they are not all necessarily exactly what is eaten in their country of origin. Many restaurants ‘Australianise’ their food to make it more attractive to the Australian palate. While most of the changes are subtle they still result in a dish that is quite different in taste to the original.

This is often the case with the dishes we enjoy in an Indian restaurant. These restaurants don’t normally reflect the great variety of Indian food that exists depending on what part of the country it comes from. I recently watched a series on TV with Gordon Ramsay travelling to India to see if the curries and other Indian food in the UK were the same as where they originated. I was not surprised to see that he was amazed at the difference in taste as well as the variety in the preparation process.

Gordon commented that the taste was amazing and the cooks/chefs did not use the same basic sauces for all their curries. In fact he took part in ... To continue reading, please click here: issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_85/24
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Here in Australia we are lucky to have a variety of foods introduced by foreign cultures. While we may enjoy the variety, they are not all necessarily exactly what is eaten in their country of origin. Many restaurants ‘Australianise’ their food to make it more attractive to the Australian palate. While most of the changes are subtle they still result in a dish that is quite different in taste to the original.

This is often the case with the dishes we enjoy in an Indian restaurant. These restaurants don’t normally reflect the great variety of Indian food that exists depending on what part of the country it comes from. I recently watched a series on TV with Gordon Ramsay travelling to India to see if the curries and other Indian food in the UK were the same as where they originated. I was not surprised to see that he was amazed at the difference in taste as well as the variety in the preparation process. 

Gordon commented that the taste was amazing and the cooks/chefs did not use the same basic sauces for all their curries. In fact he took part in ... To continue reading, please click here: https://issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_85/24

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1 day ago
Eumundi Voice

In 2023 the leading cause of death for Australian women was dementia. It is just behind heart attacks for men. The rapid increase in young onset dementia for those aged under 50 is causing major concern. Around 450,000 Australians are living with the disease and this is estimated to reach 800,000 by 2058.
By the age of 65 one in 10 people will have dementia, rising to one in three by age 83. While there is no quick fix, signs and symptoms must be acted upon. Onset can be delayed by reducing exposure to causes and by improving lifestyle.
Entering a room and forgetting what you came in for is normal as you age or perhaps you are... To continue reading, please click here: issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_85/16
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In 2023 the leading cause of death for Australian women was dementia. It is just behind heart attacks for men. The rapid increase in young onset dementia for those aged under 50 is causing major concern. Around 450,000 Australians are living with the disease and this is estimated to reach 800,000 by 2058.  
By the age of 65 one in 10 people will have dementia, rising to one in three by age 83. While there is no quick fix, signs and symptoms must be acted upon. Onset can be delayed by reducing exposure to causes and by improving lifestyle. 
Entering a room and forgetting what you came in for is normal as you age or perhaps you are... To continue reading, please click here: https://issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_85/16
4 days ago
Eumundi Voice

Kidney cancer often goes undetected and there is no available cure as yet. Currently there are 1.5 million people unaware they have the early markers of kidney disease.
Drop by Busstop Espresso from 8am-1pm on 11 February and grab a snag from the sausage sizzle. This is a Kind Community Project with all donations going to Kidney Health Australia for much needed research. Scan the QR code to find out more and donate. Visit: fundraise.kidney.org.au/s/4324/4772.
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Kidney cancer often goes undetected and there is no available cure as yet. Currently there are 1.5 million people unaware they have the early markers of kidney disease. 
Drop by Busstop Espresso from 8am-1pm on 11 February and grab a snag from the sausage sizzle. This is a Kind Community Project with all donations going to Kidney Health Australia for much needed research. Scan the QR code to find out more and donate. Visit: fundraise.kidney.org.au/s/4324/4772.

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Busstop Espresso

Thanks for sharing Eumundi Voice. Donations can be made at any time using the QR code or this link: fundraise.kidney.org.au/s/4324/4772 Every little bit helps 💕

What a happy 😊 day. I got my test result and I’m so excited all thanks to Dr BenUda who made it possible with his natural herbal medicine. www.instagram.com/dr.benuda?igsh=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==

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