Celery is a crunchy, fresh green veggie that is full of healthy fibre, high in water and very alkaline.
Celery can be used in many different ways, including salads, soups, juices and much more!
Bananas were originally found in South East Asia, mainly in India. They were also known to be the first fruit in the world.
Banana is made up of simple sugars such as fructose and sucrose which gives energy and helps to rejuvenate the body. This fruit holds a very good amount of dietary fiber which promotes a good bowel movement thereby reduce constipation problems. Besides that, banana is highly rich in potassium that helps to control blood pressure and promote a healthy heart.
Bananas are usually eaten raw or made into cakes, ice cream desserts.
Dutch cream potatoes are large, waxy, oval potatoes with yellow waxy flesh, thick skin and a rich, creamy, buttery taste. Higher in moisture than the more floury varieties of potatoes, it holds shape better and it also contains less starch.
A good source of vitamin C, this creamy potato also contain potassium and fibre with virtually no fat! Storing them in a dry, dark and cool place is best but try not to store the potatoes in the fridge.
Uses: An all-purpose potato use them for mashing, boiling, roasting, baking or pureeing. Great in soups, stews or salads.
Barry’s Tip: Dutch potatoes make for a yummy mash with just a little bit of salt. You don’t even need butter or cream!
Romaine or cos lettuce is a variety of lettuce that grows in a tall head of sturdy leaves with firm ribs down their centers. It is one of our evergreen products and almost always available! Romaine is packed with nutrients, bursting with vitamin K and A as well as folate in every bite, just to mention some of the many vitamins and minerals this great green contain.
Great in: Salads, juices and smoothies
Larger than our lebanese cucumber these cucumbers usually have more seeds and a milder taste.
Use: A great addition to salads, sandwiches and juices. Also a great addition to dips, especially yoghurt based dips.
Nashii pears have a crisp, grainy texture, similar to that of apples. Their creamy white flesh is juicy with a sweet, light, low-acidic flavour and a fragrant aroma. Filled with fibre it is low in calories and high water content.
Uses: Unlike their western counterparts Asian pears are not usually used in pies or jams. Usually served raw and peeled it can however be used in salads and stir-fries.
Sebago potatoes are considered an all rounder potato type and are one of the most widely used varieties potatoes. High in nutrients and almost fat free they have a floury texture, which fries and roasts well but might fall apart when boiled.
Store in a dry, dark place. A cool temperature is best, but try not to store the potatoes in the fridge.
Uses: These all-purpose potatoes can be used in any way you wish. Baked, fried, mashed, grilled, boiled and added to any stew or casserole.
Our juicing apples are great for all your juicing needs. These apples differ from our premium apples as they may have some marks though they are still juicy, fresh and perfect for your juicing needs!
Regular consumption of apples can help to improve heart health, enhance immunity and reduce risk of cancers and diabetes.
Apples can be used in baking for cakes, muffins, tarts or mixed together in fruit salads.
Sweet corn is a deliciously sweet veggie which kernels are eaten in several ways. It has a high sugar content but is also filled with nutritious elements and starch.
Sweet corn does not store too well for a longer period on the cob as it can become quite starchy. But you can remove the kernels from the cob, blanch them and freeze them for easy access and use in any dish!
Uses: Eat it fresh, blanch it or grill it. There are several ways to eat this sweet veggie. Use it in soups, salads or casseroles; it works well with any sauces as well. The easiest way to enjoy sweet corn is to grill the cob and eat it with salt and butter.
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.
Ginger root often just called ginger has been widely used as both spice and medicine for many years. Ginger has a spicy, fragrant flavour, though the younger roots have a milder and juicier flavour.
This anti-inflammatory and antioxidant root is available year round and very little is needed to add the spicy flavour to a dish. Peel fresh ginger before eating and store any remaining unpeeled ginger in a plastic bag in your fridge or freeze it for long term storage. It can also be used in vinegar, candy, juices, teas, or as a flavour enhancer in many recipes including stir-fries, teas, juices.
If seeped in boiling water you can make ginger tea – which is especially tasty if honey and lemon is added!