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  • cucumber_english_sgo


    Larger than our lebanese cucumber these cucumbers usually have more seeds and a milder taste.


    A great addition to salads, sandwiches and juices.  Also a great addition to dips, especially yoghurt based dips.





    Japanese pumpkin, also known as kabocha, is an Asian variety of winter squash. Its bright orange flesh has a strong yet sweet flavour and moist, chestnut-like fluffy texture. Propped full of beta-carotene, iron and vitamins.


    Japanese pumpkin can be fried, roasted, stewed, pureed into soups or even put in desserts like pies!


  • redcabbage


    The distinctive dark purple colour of red cabbage adds a beautiful splash of colour to a variety of savoury dishes. Contain higher doses of vitamins C and K compared to its green variety cousin – – all good for immunity and bone health.


    Choose red cabbage that has crisp-looking leaves without any holes or discoloured patches. It should be firm and heavy for its size.


    Barry’s tips: Long, slow cooking methods bring out the mellow flavour of red cabbage.  They are great in stir-fries, stews and salads. Or mix with Green Cabbage to have a good balance of vitamins and nutrients.


  • superfood organic white button mushroom


    White button mushrooms are common, with mild earthy flavour.

    When raw, they have a subtle almost bland flavour but which strengthened when cooked.


    Propped full of vitamins and minerals mushrooms contain a high amount of copper, vitamin C, D and B and many other nutrients!


    Store them in a cool place on a single layer covered in a damp paper towel or keep them in a paper bag.


    Barry’s tip: Great when sautéed, mushrooms can be used in salads, casseroles, meats, gravies, sauces and stews.


  • cornnew


    Sweetcorn is a deliciously sweet vegetable with a high sugar content. It is also filled with nutritious elements and starch. The easiest way to enjoy sweetcorn is to grill the cob and eat it with salt and butter.

  • sebago


    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 avoid storing them in the fridge.


    Barry’s tips: These all-purpose potatoes can be used in any way you wish.  Baked, fried, mashed, grilled, boiled and added to any stew or casserole.


  • flatparsleynew


    This green nutrient-dense herb is widely used in cooking around the world.


    Great with potatoes, rice, fish and meat it is an all-rounder herb that not only works great with most dishes, but is also rich in Vitamins K, A, C and antioxidants flavanoids!


  • rainbowchardnew


    Often used in Mediterranean cooking, this colourful leafy vegetable is full of nutritious goodness and is considered one of the healthiest vegetables available. Rainbow chard has colourful leaves and brightly coloured stems that are loaded with excellent amounts of minerals and vitamins beneficial to good health maintenance.


    Serve chard steamed, braised or sautéed.  It can also be used in stews, soups, stir-fries and casseroles.


  • goldsweetpotato


    Gold Sweet Potato has a sweeter taste than the other versions in its family. It has a soft, smooth texture to compliment its delicate sweet taste.


    As versatile as the others in its family, it can be enjoyed in many ways. Make wedges, chips, mash or roast it.


    $5.45 $4.35
  • Cauliflower


    A member of the brassica family, along with broccoli and cabbage, cauliflower, with its classic creamy white florets and delicate flavour is an attractive and popular choice.


    Rich in vitamins, dietary fiber, protein and other nutrients, cauliflower is a vegetable that can be often seen used in variety of meals.


    Cauliflower has a white variety called Romanesco cauliflowers. These are conical-shaped and pale green in colour.


  • englishspinach


    A great source of Vitamin C, fiber, beta-carotene and many other important nutrients, English spinach is a nutritional powerhouse just like all other leafy greens.


    English spinach, unlike the baby spinach variety, comes with stems, which are also edible.  You can eat both stems and leaves of this green vegetable in a variety of ways.  Choose between stir-frying, shredding, mixing it into sauces or steaming it.  No matter what you do it adds a delectable flavour and loads of yummy, healthy goodness to your food.


    Barry’s tips: Some soil might still remain between the leaves and stems.  Wash them gently in cold water before using, and dry using a salad spinner.


  • cherrytomatonew


    Cherry tomatoes are thumb-sized round tomatoes with a sweeter flavour than their regular-sized counterparts. They are cholesterol-free and contain good minerals and vitamins vital for good health.


    Our cherry tomatoes come in 250g punnets and are an easy addition to a quick salad. But you can also use them in pasta sauces or even roast them as you would with other tomatoes.


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