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Saturday, 14 October

20:00

Posh Market Markets and Fairs in Brisbane

Saturday 14th Oct, 9.00am 2.00pm, Indooroopilly Uniting Church
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Tuesday, 19 September

16:20

Introduction to Survival for Teens Northey Street City Farm

We are excited to be running this fun and interactive one-day workshop for teenagers which will cover what to do in an emergency in the bush, how to manage survival situations and, crucially, how to not get into an emergency situation in the first place! It wont be all talk though, there will be practical []

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13:39

Eating Out: Brisbane Vegan Markets (March and April) Kittens Gone Lentil

The Brisbane Vegan Markets debuted in November last year, and have quickly become a regular event. I blogged about attending the first one, but it was a couple of months before I went back again. That first one I went to was on a very,very hot day, and it was so crowded with very little seating on shade. But I am happy to report that they have addressed those issues that they can, and now that it is a regular event the crowds are a little easier (though I still always get there early before they build). The weather they can't control, which I think is why I missed the next few during the particularly oppressive summer months. I've been back now many times (it's become a regular event for me in the last couple of months), but today I will share with you my eats for March and April (I know, I am way behind).

In March I discovered that the nice thing about the morning markets is that I can do a yoga class, have a quick shower at the studio, then it is just a short drive down to West End! Unfortunately for the March markets, the night before I had eaten had a huge, greasy meal that wasn't so great and sat heavily in my stomach even the next morning, so I was not able to manage much. Thankfully they had some light options for me. I picked up a refreshing Green Tea Soba Salad from the September 18 stall, and a passionfruit lemonade from the Get Vegan with Jadda stall.



This was also the only time in history that I did not get an I Should Coco Ice Cream... I just needed something a bit less indulgent. My poor tummy! I was going to skip dessert all together, but they did have these ice cream sandwiches from a place called Nice Slice, though I haven't seen them there since. I got the strawberry vanilla. While it did have a bit of coconut cream in it, it was mostly cashew based so didn't make me feel gross. And it was nice and not too sweet.

Strawberry Vanilla from Nice Slice at Brisbane Vegan Markets
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Monday, 18 September

07:30

The new Eight Acres website is live! Eight Acres

Very soon this blogspot address will automatically redirect to the new Eight Acres site, but in the meantime, you can check it out here.  You will find all my soaps, ebooks and beeswax/honey products there, as well as the blog (needs a tidy up, but its all there!).  I will be gradually updating all my social media links and updating and sharing blog posts over the next few months.  I'm very excited to share this new website with you!


Sunday, 17 September

17:43

The Single Guys - Brisbane CBD Espresso & Matcha


Read Cino's Mum's review on The Single Guys' Brisbane store and since it was nearby, decided to go downstairs to grab a coffee to give Iron Fist some encouragement for the afternoon.

 

Food was limited to cafe style options like sandwiches, granola and waffles, but what really impressed me was the coffee options, which not only included the usual espresso options but also had my beloved filter options such as batch filter and manual brew. Ordering a cup of batch brew, I was also given an information card explaining the type of bean that they had used along with a description of the best method to appreciate it, as well as the tones that can be appreciated in the brew. I found it to be quite insightful and liked the opportunity to take my mind off work. At this point I also have to add that the service was probably one of the best I've had in coffee stores in the CBD, perhaps it wasn't peak hour (2pm), but staff were extremely friendly, chatty and passionate about their coffee. I really appreciated that.

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