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Fish 2 A Week

Certainly not free from seafood!

Tue 14th November 2017

It can be difficult when you have to exclude certain food groups from your diet as it can make you ill. Whether it is dairy or gluten, low sugar or low cholesterol, we at FitD towers have got a collection of recipes that we hope you can incorporate into your diet to be able to get your two a week without missing out on the tasty goodness that seafood has to offer.

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Healthy Seafood Eating

Scrumptious healthy seafood dinners

Mon 6th November 2017

Christmas is coming and along with all the trimmings, so does that pre-festive diet where people are looking to lose a few pounds to fit into their favourite party outfit.

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Seafood dishes on a budget

Fri 3rd November 2017

It’s getting near that time of year again, Christmas. We are all starting to count our pennies and work out our budget for pressies, nights out and the Christmas dinner. With all this in mind, we at FitD towers thought we would pull together some simple low-priced recipes for you that are mouth-wateringly delicious.

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Seafood of the month - sardines!

Wed 1st November 2017

A new month means we focus on a new seafood and this time it’s sardines! These small fish are so versatile and can be cooked so many different ways! From deep fried to microwaved, from poached to steamed, which means so much choice of dishes!

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Clocks Go Back

An extra hour for a seafood special

Fri 27th October 2017

This weekend the clocks go back and even though that means shorter days, on the plus side, we are getting an extra hour on Sunday! This gives us more time to be able to rustle up a fantastic seafood meal. 

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Diwali - Festival of Lights

Wed 18th October 2017

Diwali is the five-day festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Janis across the world. It is celebrated to honour Rama-chandra, the seventh avatar (incarnation of the god Vishnu).

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