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Sophie Gray and the Wonder of Oats

Sophie Gray from Destitute Gourmet chats with Luke about the benefits of eating oats.


Easy Overnight Oats

Overnight oats are a great alternative to porridge, and provide a wider variety of nutrient opportunities. You can use plain oats and your preferred combo of nuts, seeds and dried fruits or use a readymade untoasted muesli as a base.

For each serving you will need: A bowl, glass, jamjar or tumbler – if taking to work jars are handy
½ cup of raw, untoasted muesli – or your fave combo of oats, dried fruits and nuts
Approx ½ a cup offFresh squeezed orange juice
2-3 tbsp unsweetened greek yoghurt Topping – not essential but even more delicious
A handful of berries– I use defrosted frozen mixed berries durig the week, and at the weekend sliced fresh seasonal fruit
A few slivered almonds to top – optional

The night before place the muesli into a bowl, jar or glass. Add enough fresh orange juice to just cover the muesli and then refrigerate overnight.
In the morning top with a generous dollop of thick Greek yoghurt and some fruit. In the unlikely event that you need a little extra sweetness you can add a swizzle of honey.


Heavenly Sent Winner

Monica Clark was one of the winners of a Heavenly Sent hamper, Luke had a chat with her on the phone.


Firefighter Skytower Challenge

The Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Challenge taking place on Saturday 23 May, 2015, is now in its eleventh year as a fundraiser for Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand (LBC).

The event has a total of 750 participants and has grown in awareness and fundraising achievement to be an iconic event recognised around the country. Firefighters participate from around New Zealand, Australia and the USA, competing in a race up 51 flights, or 1,103 Sky Tower steps with participants wearing full firefighting kit weighing 25kg.

Luke talked to Richard Crawford