Organic Food is a ‘Human Right’, says leading food scientist

Organic Food is a ‘Human Right’, says leading food scientist

Reposted article from New Internationalist To stamp out pesticides from our fragile food systems is to protect those most prone to ill health, Friends of the Earth’s senior staff scientist, Kendra Klein explains to Yasmin Dahnoun. From seed to harvest, the food that arrives on our plates is far from its natural form. Whilst the majority of the population trust in farmers, […]

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What’s in season in October?

What’s in season in October?

The lovely warm weather of October is here, encouraging us to be outside and enjoy nature. In fruit this month, the Kensington Pride Mango shows its face. This delicious sweet and juicy fruit is perfect eaten on its own. Adding it to a smoothie is a great start to your day or using it in […]

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50% LESS Plastic! WOW 🤩⁠

50% LESS Plastic! WOW 🤩⁠

We know you care about the environment as much as we do 💚🌳🌍! That is why we are so happy about this project and we couldn’t wait to share with you all! ⁠⁠Our seeds range now come in this new beautiful packaging and have 50% LESS PLASTIC than before! Yes, HALF of it!!! 😮🤸‍♂️WOHOOO! How […]

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Tahinis: Hulled or Unhulled?

Tahinis: Hulled or Unhulled?

Do you like the idea of using tahini but are not so sure on how to use them or the differences between hulled or unhulled?  We can start by saying that our Absolute Organic ones are both made with 100% certified organic sesame seeds only. Their consistency is smooth, deliciously nutty taste and aroma, made […]

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Which seed and for what? Sunflower, pumpkin, sesame & pine nuts

Which seed and for what? Sunflower, pumpkin, sesame & pine nuts

Using seeds is a creative and easy way to add texture, flavour and nutrients to dishes and desserts. They are not only super versatile but also delicious, and a great source of dietary fibre, fats, vitamins and minerals.  Sunflower kernels  These little kernels are sourced from one of the most beautiful flowers and have a […]

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What’s in season in September?

What’s in season in September?

September – The first month of Spring! Casting away the cool of Winter and bringing in the slow rise of temperature. The earth awakens with new growth, new beginnings, buds blooming, seed planting, new animals, fresh crisp air, and a spring in the step. In fruit, Strawberries are plentiful. These delicious berries of goodness are […]

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What's in season in August?

What’s in season in August?

August – The last month of Winter. The shorter days and lower temperatures in Winter are the perfect conditions for many plants to become dormant. This way, plants can store up energy for new growth when Spring comes along in September. Our trusty Navel oranges are still available to keep us healthy during the last […]

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What’s in season in July

What’s in season in July

The middle of Winter and the cold weather is here. Icy mornings and warm beds, the feeling of hibernation, who identifies? 😂 ⁠⁠A sense of slowing down and slow cooking. It can be slow-growing for some of our winter produce too!⁠⁠Delicious tangelos (the ones you’re seeing on this picture) are here to add to the […]

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All about Coconut Amino Sauce

All about Coconut Amino Sauce

What are the harvesting and growing process of the coconuts?  “Coconuts are organic by neglected. They are endemic and grow all around the Davao region in Southern Philippines. There is no need to use GMO coconut seeds because they easily grow around the Philippines. We harvest the coconut sap every 4-5 hours throughout a 24 […]

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june season

What’s in season in June

The first month of Winter. Cool days and nights, drinking hot toddies in front of a cosy fire, snuggled down in a blanket with a hot chocolate, slow-cooked stews and warm desserts. The joys of this season. In fruit, Mandarins are the star this month. Juicy and easy to peel Imperials are at the forefront, […]

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