Organic Pomegranate are sweet, juicy and full of flavour. A perfect after-dinner treat if you want a healthier dessert.
Eat it raw or add it to any other sweet dessert for that perfect weekend treat!
Regular green juicing helps reverse aging, reduce inflammation in the body, increase energy, balance your pH and give you a huge dose of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and oxygen.
Seriously, what is not to love? We know the taste can be a bit sharp if you are a virgin green juice drinker so you could always add a little more apple and pear to start your taste buds on their organic juicing adventure, and don’t forget the ice, it somehow neutralises the stronger flavors, as does a squeeze of lemon. YUM.
Each week we make sure that only the BEST produce makes it into your box, we will try our best to include a variety based on what is available.
This aromatic herb has the highest antioxidant capacities of any food. It is often used as mouth and breath freshener but there is more to this herb than we it is known for.
Mint is frequently used when cooking new potatoes and fresh garden peas. It can also be used in jams, jellies and sauces, and as an accompaniment to most main dishes.
Lebanese cucumbers are smaller, juicy textured, white-fleshed cucumbers with fewer seeds than other cucumbers. Their green skin is tender and can be eaten. Mild in flavour it still has its own distinct aroma and flavour. Low in acids it is one of the most alkaline veggies around.
Use: A great addition to salads, sandwiches and juices. Also a great addition to dips, especially yoghurt based dips.
Bok choy is the ubiquitous and household leafy Chinese-cabbage. It is one of the most popular vegetables in Asia.
Bok choy is an excellent source of vitamin A, C and K. along with essential minerals such as potassium, calcium and manganese.
Bok Choy leaves are soft and succulent, with crunchy white stalks and young sweet flavoured flower shoots. The whole plant is edible. The slight mustard flavor of Bok Choy makes it a delightful addition to stir-fries, soups and noodle, and salads, if the young leaves are used.
Green cabbage is considered to be the king of all cabbages and the most popular one. It is loaded with antioxidants, vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin B1, dietary fiber and other good nutrients.
Choose green cabbage that has crisp, bright looking leaves without any holes or discoloured patches. It should be firm and heavy for its size.
Uses: stews, wraps, salads, soups and casseroles and more!
Juniper Berries is the spice most often used to flavour gin but also has many uses in meat dishes that have a heavy or ‘gamey’ flavour as the pungent aromatic qualities achieve a balance. They are best bruised or crushed just before use as this releases and imparts the essential oils at the last moment into your dish.
Also combines well with Bay Leaves, Caraway, Garlic Marjoram, Pepper, Rosemary, Thyme.
Pressed from the fruit of the coconut palm tree, our organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is exceptionally healthy for vegetarians and people with low fat consumption. Our organic oil has the seductive fragrance and taste of the tropics. Excellent for cooking, massage oil or rub it into your hair.
Apple Kale Juice:
Designed to restore and revitalise your body, Apple Kale juice is our “Youth Serum”.
Packed with antioxidants and nutrients it helps your body repair itself.
Ingredients: Apple, Red kale, Beetroot
All our juices are cold-pressed with organic fruits & vegetables and contain only ingredients listed. They are immediately refrigerated in 250ml glass bottles
Our juices are best served chilled. Juices should be kept refrigerated and should be consumed immediately after opening.
The juices can be consumed for 3-5 days from production date. As long as they are kept refrigirated & away from light sources.
** Minimum order quantity: 3 bottles
The sugar snap peas, snow peas can be eaten whole with both pod and peas.
The walls of the pod on snow peas are thicker than those of the snow peas and perfect for those who enjoy a thick, crunchy flavour.
The sugar snap peas are often served in salads or even eaten on their own whole as a snack. But they can also be used in cooking, through stir-frying or steaming, though overcooking may make the pod fall apart.
Thyme is great with poultry and meat. Easy to dry it’s mild flavour keeps well when dried, though it is stronger fresh. The wooden stems are usually not used in cooking.