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Healthy food in an instant

In this fast-paced world, many people want everything in an instant, and that also includes food. There are ways you can prepare healthy food in an instant, according to Chef Louise Mabulo, ambassador of Breville, a 17-year-old cook who has made a name as a finalist in Pinoy Junior MasterChef.

Growing produce in the backyard is the first step to healthy living, she shares as you cook with freshly picked ingredients and it is also very economical while relieving stress when planting herbs, spices, vegetables and fruits.

17-year-old chef Louise Mabulo gets aid in preparing food and drinks from Breville Kinetix Twist Blender
“My earliest memory of cooking was when I was five. I used to make blueberry muffins fresh out of the oven and from freshly picked blueberries in our backyard. My parents, grandmother and my uncle (who is a chef) would always drag me to the kitchen and teach me simple techniques in cooking. It was bonding time for us and it rubbed off on me and I eventually felt the love for cooking,” said Chef Louise.

Aside from growing your own produce, preparing food in an instant requires quality kitchen tools. Chef Louis says Australian brand Breville, has helped her in making delicious and healthy meals.

In preparing food or drinks, a powerful blender is a requirement. In Chef Louis’ kitchen, the Breville Kinetix Twist Blender is a star and it comes with five task controls with pre-programmed settings for easy operation. It is also easy to use, efficient, fast, and at a competitive price.

For more information about Breville products, visit www.breville.com.ph.

Topics: Chef Louise Mabulo , Pinoy Junior MasterChef , Breville Kinetix Twist Blender

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