Food is a part of every single person’s life… and the choices we make around what we eat can have a huge impact on our planet. I want to encourage, inspire and educate people so they can make informed decisions and eat cleaner, greener and more sustainably, not only for our own health, but for the health of the planet”. 

Tasmanian born and bred culinary aficionado, The Sustainable Foodie

Nicole Frith

Nicole Frith is a leading expert in food sustainability. Interviewed for her expertise in this area by numerous media corporations including: ABC  Australia (The Australian Broadcasting Corporation) for both TV and radio, Brilliance Business TV, Gourmet Magazine (Times Square, New York), Country Style Magazine (Australia), and many more.

She is the producer and host of the podcast The Sustainable Foodie  and is currently creating a TV series that will introduce you to some of the world’s most talented and sustainable chefs and food producers, inspiring us to eat our way to a cleaner and greener planet.

She’s owned and run an internationally renowned food business promoting local and sustainably produced food to thousands of customers, and helped small producers build and promote their brand using her connections to food media such as Gourmet Traveler magazine, TV, and radio. 

She’s a sustainable food coach incorporating her energetic and intuitive training of over ten years with her practical knowledge of how to live more sustainably.

She’s worked with celebrity chefs such as Shannon Bennett (of Master Chef fame) and Kirsten Tibbles (from The Chocolate Queen series)

Nicole’s message is clear “Food is a part of everyone’s life and the choices we make around what we eat can have a huge impact on the planet. I want to encourage, inspire and educated people so that they can make informed decisions and eat cleaner, greener and more sustainably, not only for our own health but for the health of the planet”

A few of my favourite things


At the moment it’s heirloom tomatoes… much fun, colour and TASTE! There’s hundreds of varieties and the colours are amazing….green, yellow purple, orange, pink….and who’d have thought it, red! And the flavours of each are so diverse. From almost lolly sweet to beautifully tangy tart each variety is a flavour bomb awaiting the unassuming palate.

Read about Growing Tomatoes from Cuttings


Spring/early Summer. Everything’s bursting from the ground, so lush and green. Berry fruits are one of my favourite things and early summer marks the beginning of an abundance of beautiful bright berries awaiting to be picked. My absolute favourite of all is the wild strawberry. It packs a punch for such a tiny little berry.


This time of the year it’s Summer Ratatouille!  I’ve grown so many huge zucchini’s this year and with fresh herbs from the garden and the Heirloom tomatoes it is truly is singing with flavour and goodness.


Honeyed Walnuts!! This is something I’ve been making for about 15 years using freshly harvested walnuts and raw non-heat extracted wildflower honey. So good over yoghurt, porridge, panna cotta or berries, great with a cheese platter or eaten straight off the spoon.

A very close second at the moment is Meyer lemon tart. Read the Recipe Here


Things to do with food scraps! Pesto from the tops of baby carrots, tasty vegetable stock from leftover peelings, croutons from old bread scraps and of course making compost or a beautiful liquid fertiliser… grow more veg!….and the cycle continues.


Tony Scherer! An inspiration when it comes to organic and bio-dynamic farming.

Listen to my podcast interview with Tony Here

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