It’s not just that the Australian plate has never been the same.
It’s also that it’s never been quite as tasty, too.
The taste of meat, cheese, rice, beans and noodles have all changed.
You’ll notice a difference in the way you eat, too, as Australian food has evolved over the years to keep up with the world’s appetite for all things meaty.
Australia is the first country to have a mandatory zero-calorie-count food policy.
(Reuters: Steve Penney)The national standard for foods is now a calorie count of zero, but the government still makes exceptions for fruit and vegetable oils and grains.
It’s not only a big step for Australia to take, but it’s also an important step for the country.
Australia’s zero- calorie-count standard is already in place, but there’s one more thing that has to happen to get everyone in the kitchen on the same page.
At least, that’s what the Australian government is hoping.
When you think about it, Australia has always been a fairly healthy place.
A lot of people do have to go to work every day to pay their bills, and a lot of other people have to pay for their own meals.
But in the past few decades, the Australian food system has changed, and with the introduction of the zero-count diet in 2015, Australians are eating much less meat.
“It’s about time we were doing something about it,” Health Minister Michaelia Cash said in a statement.
In Australia, the zero calorie-based diet is the most popular, with the average dieter going to work for an average of 7.2 hours a week, according to a recent study by the Institute of Public Affairs.
While the average Australian is eating about a kilo less meat and cheese a day than they used to, the average person in Australia is eating less than half that.
If you’re looking for some food tips to help you stay on track, check out our guide to Australian food, and here’s a handy guide to the latest news about food.