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On our website, you will find easy to follow vegetarian and non-vegetarian recipes. You can also learn how to speak Mandarin, and how to play harmonica and chess in an efficient and practical format. Get to know the New Zealand birds is new and popular with younger readers. New courses can be created and added to the New Zealand Educational website upon request. We welcome public contribution to our community learning centre.

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Sour and sweet fish


Fish fillet, pineapple, tomato, onion, garlic, shallot, light sauce, pepper, avocado oil.


Stir fry fish with onion, garlic and shallot in avocado oil. Add pineapple, tomato, pepper and light sauce.

Borneo rice noodle


Chicken stock, green bean, mushroom, cauliflower, rice noodle, prawn, garlic, shallot, pepper, avocado oil.


Boil rice noodle in water separately and drain. Fry green bean, mushroom, cauliflower and prawn in avocado oil with garlic and shallot. Add chicken stock to cook. Add pepper to serve.

Chilli green bean


Green bean, mushroom, cauliflower, shallot, garlic, crushed chilli, light sauce, avocado oil, pepper.


Stir fry green bean, cauliflower and mushroom with garlic and shallot in avocado oil. Add light sauce, pepper and crushed chilli. Spray water to avoid getting too dry.

Day 13 – who invented the lawn?

How often do you mow your lawn? 20 times a year? Should think about cutting down to 3 times a year now. Most people use a lawn mower which is bad in emitting fume far worse than a car, polluting the environment with loud noise, and get injury from it. It is worse when some people use pesticide, fertilizer and even water their lawns! There has to be some better productive uses of space other than spending money on a useless nice-looking lawn that is almost like concrete.

Challenge: dig up your lawn.

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