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Heart Matters  |  Fancy cauliflower cheese for dinner tonight? |  6 October 2018


Information, inspiration and support for a heart-healthy lifestyle



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Recipe of the week: Cauliflower cheese

With a chill in the air, it’s time for some warming comfort food. Cauliflower cheese is a family favourite – and with a few tweaks, it can be healthy and delicious too.

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