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Welcome to Food Bytes

FoodBytes is a nutrition marketing consultancy directed by Teri Lichtenstein, an accredited practising dietitian (APD),  sports dietitian and accredited nutritionist with over 20 years experience in nutrition communications within the food and healthcare industries.

You can read more about Teri’s experience on LinkedIn.

FoodBytes has worked with a range of clients

An excellent strategy is only as successful as the people who drive it, so we always align your external efforts with your internal conditions.

We have a deep understanding of the the diverse factors that influence nutrition and health, as well as insights into the best way to communicate with a variety of healthcare professionals.

All our services evolve around credible nutrition communications that will achieve engagement with your audience and resonate to achieve an impact.

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I made the @helen_goh_bakes pear and cinnamon tea cake from last week’s @goodweekendmag . It’s the perfect afternoon pick-me-up in between all the weekend juggle of kids sports and lifts. And how gorgeous is this gold-tinged cake plate that was part of a tea set my great granny received as a wedding gift way back in the early 1900s.
Today was spent in the beautiful Autumn sunshine in Launceston visiting the farm lands of Premium Fresh Tasmania and learning how @aussieonions are grown in this unique climate next to the Bass Strait. It was a spectacular day spent with like minded dietitians and chefs showcasing this humble hero of a fabulous vegetable that is packed full of nutrition (mood boosting vitamins, anti-ageing antioxidants, prebiotic fibre just to name a few). After our farm tour we were treated to a scrumptious onion feast at @stillwatertasmania restaurant and a live demo on how to make pickled onions with bonito flakes. Well done to the team from @bitecommunications and @straight_to_the_source for another fabulous Aussie Onion farm tour.
Make your own sushi poke bowls- perfect for a hot Autumn night. Miso-glazed salmon with loads of veg for everyone to pick their preferences - tomato, cucumber, corn, broad beans, spring onions, carrot and avocado. Topped with dried shallots, pickled ginger, black sesame seeds and a kewpie dressing.
Caramelised red onion tart with plump summer baby tomatoes, goats cheese and thyme. Served with a simple garden salad. I slow cooked 4 large red onions as they shrink so much once cooked. This is a whopping 8 serves of veg (1/2 onion = one veg serve) and together with this salad, I think everyone in the fam got a good dose of veges for dinner tonight 👊
This is called a ‘let’s see what I can find in my fridge and pantry’ lunch. Leftover quinoa, pan-fried haloumi, rocket leaves, baby Roma tomatoes, sliced avocado and a tin of @edgellau snack chickpeas. Finished off with a drizzle of wasabi kewpie and extra virgin olive oil. Sometimes it’s just a simple exercise of combining a few different ingredients to create a wholesome meal that includes most of the food groups.
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