Delicious and with the goodness of organic almonds, this milk has all the benefits of no added cane sugar, no gluten and no lactose:
A biblical fruit native to Middle East and the Mediterranean. This sweet and nutrient-filled food is chewy with crunchy seeds.
Figs are high in dietary fibre necessary to good digestion while their high calcium content lends itself well to strengthening the bones.
Figs go well with cheese and dried figs are commonly added to desserts and salads.
A staple of the Mediterranean diet, these tough pod beans have a smooth creamy taste and represent a rich source of proteins and carbohydrates.
The plentiful health benefits of Broad Beans include cancer fighting (e.g. Breast cancer, lung cancer), improving the immune system to prevent colds, aiding sleep and preventing strokes.
Broad Beans can be boiled, steamed or puréed and served with garlic. Add them to soups and stews to boost nutritional value and add texture.
Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is made from the finest, delicious, organically grown apples. Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is full of zesty natural goodness and contains the amazing “mother” of vinegar which occurs naturally as connected strand-like chains of protein enzyme molecules and is highly regarded throughout history.
-Rich in enzymes & potassium
-Support a healthy immune systems
-Promotes digestion & pH balance
-Helps maintain healthy skin
-Helps promote youthful , healthy bodies
-Relieves muscle pain
Certified Organic, Raw Apple Cider Vinegar and Purified Water. Diluted to 5% acidity.Ingredients:
Color may vary. Refrigeration is not needed. If sediment occurs, shake well before using.
Traditional Rolled oats are great for making museli, muffins, and porridge. These oats are a great source of iron and calcium while being low in fat.
Oats are a good source of nutrients and minerals including Vitamin E, zinc, selenium, copper, iron, manganese and magnesium. Oats are also a great source of protein, beta gluten and both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. They contain no preservatives or additives.
A daily serving of whole oats rich in soluble fibre can reduce hypertension (high blood pressure), prevent high serum cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. Oats have a high fibre content, and we all know how important it is to get enough natural fibre in our diet!
Turnip is a root vegetable that is quite versatile in its usage based on the size. The smaller ones are sweeter and more tender whilst larger ones have a stronger more mature flavour and a more crunchy texture.
You can use turnip in several ways based on the size. Smaller young turnips can be used in salads to complement cabbages, carrots and beets. Other methods would include roasting, steaming and even pickling. Dice them up and roast them with other root veggies for a delicious side dish to any meal.
Tip: If the turnip is large you may want to peel it as the outer layer can be tougher when the size is bigger.
Rumoured to be grown in the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the beetroot’s nutritious and sweet taste have endured the test of time.
The golden Beetroot’s sweeter taste compared to the red beetroot reflects their higher sugar content. It also comes with a smoother taste and while its golden colour brightens up any dish.
The golden beetroot benefits the immune system due to its high content in Vitamins A and C; essential minerals such as potassium invigorates the nervous system, organs and bones.
Eaten raw or cooked, the golden beetroot can be used to make salads, juice mixes, and sandwiches.
Cacao (pronounced ka-kow) beans are the seeds of an Amazonian fruiting tree and source of all chocolate and cocoa products.
The Mexican Mayan kings drank up to 30 pure chocolate drinks a day to maintain their vigour and valued the bean so highly that it was used as money. Raw Cacao products are a source of beta-carotene, amino acids (protein), Omega-3 EFA’s, calcium, zinc, iron, copper, sulphur, potassium, and one of the best food sources of muscle relaxing, stress relieving magnesium.
Organic jasmine rice – once cooked has a delicate aroma that smells much like the perfume of a jasmine blossom.
Jasmine rice is traditionally used in Asian cooking and is perfect for fried rice.
Vegan and vegetarian.
Rhubarb stalks have a strong, tart taste. Though mostly used in desserts it is technically know as a vegetable. Only the stalks can be eaten as the leaves are not edible and toxic.
Cut the stalk into small pieces and stew them to cook it before making pies and pastries, or it can be used to make jam. Due to their tart flavour sugar is needed when it cooked. Though it is considered too tart to be eaten raw in the western world in earlier years it was seen as a cheap treat when dipped in sugar.
A relative unknown, this celery-like tuber is packed with nutrients. This knobbly vegetable tastes slightly nutty and can be mashed or roasted.