Yes it’s Autumn! And with that comes new seasonal produce. To help think sustainably about your food and reduce the ‘food miles’ (the distance food is transported from time of production until it reaches the consumer) it’s a great idea to focus on eating what’s in season.
Food that isn’t in season has generally travelled thousands of kilometres to reach our supermarkets or fruit shops, meaning it has used more energy to reach our kitchens. Eating seasonal produce is also often cheaper and is a fantastic way to gain inspiration and try out new recipes and menus plans.
Here’s a glimpse of what is now in season in Victoria. . .