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Make-ahead bowls for easy work lunches

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These nutritious bowls are packed full of superfoods to keep you feeling full, happy and a little bit smug throughout the day. From lovely leafy salads to green vegie and rice bowls, there's something to appeal. Now you can sit back and relax, knowing your next week of healthy work lunches are sorted - win!
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    Winter vegie bowl

    When your body is crying out for a healthy, nourishing lunch or dinner, but the weather is cool, this beautiful winter vegie bowl comes in very handy.

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    Tuna salad sushi bowl

    Love sushi but hate the roll? Save time tonight with this quick and delicious tuna salad sushi bowl!

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    Green quinoa with sesame eggs

    This delicious green quinoa with sesame eggs dish is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Full of health boosting superfoods, and fresh delicious flavours - you simply can't go wrong!

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    Green goodness in a bowl

    This delicious bowl of green goodness makes for a tasty, nourishing meal. Quick, easy, and full of superpower ingredients - you simply can't go wrong!

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    Kale caesar salad with green goddess dressing

    For a healthy lunch or dinner, try this delicious kale caesar salad. Tender chicken, toasted sourdough and crispy bacon are tossed with kale and topped with a vitamin-rich green goddess dressing.


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    Warm green salad with soft eggs and hazelnut dressing

    Light, fresh and tasty, this warm green salad is beautiful topped with runny soft-boiled eggs, creamy cheese and a gorgeous hazelnut dressing. Enjoy it on it's own, or serve as a gourmet share platter for your next dinner party.

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    Prawn and avocado salad with ginger dressing

    Fresh ginger dressing really brings this prawn and avocado salad to life. Perfect for a light lunch on the deck with friends, served with crusty bread and dry white wine.

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