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How To Turn Stale Nuts Into Tasty Snacks

How To Turn Stale Nuts Into Tasty Snacks

Stale nuts are totally fine to eat, of course, but they do need to be processed to make them delicious again. ⁠ The simplest way to revive a stale nut is by dry roasting or toasting it in a pan over medium heat. However, adding a touch of oil, salt (if using unsalted nuts), some […]

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How To Read Labels & Make Healthier Choices

How To Read Labels & Make Healthier Choices

Reading food labels is a very important and simple skill to learn.⁠ The labels will tell you exactly what is inside the product, and reading them whenever you decide to try something new will help you to make better choices. To be sure of what you’re purchasing you need to pay attention to 2 main […]

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Do I Need To Wash My Organic Fresh Produce?

Do I Need To Wash My Organic Fresh Produce?

Absolutely Yes! ⁠ Even when you purchase organic produce, it is important to thoroughly wash them before consumption.⁠ ⁠ Organic produce was grown and harvested without the use of any pesticides, wax, and other substances that are potentially detrimental to our health. No produce is immune to bacterial contamination that can happen either in the […]

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How To Create Your Shopping List?

How To Create Your Shopping List?

Do you find you spend more, sometimes double what you’d planned or often forget to buy essentials on your grocery shop? There’s a solution: a well-organised shopping list!⁠ ⁠ The format you use to keep an organized shopping list is up to you — whether it’s manually written or kept digitally on your phone— but […]

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How to use our Beans and Pulses?

How to use our Beans and Pulses?

Organic beans and pulses are rich in protein, fibre and minerals and low in fat, making them a great addition to any diet.⁠ Whipping up a tasty and spice abundant Dahl is such a super simple dinner idea and one which we tend to do weekly… Green Lentils: Green Lentils are often used in stews, […]

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3 Tips to Help You Save When Buying Organic

3 Tips to Help You Save When Buying Organic

Yes, eating organics can be affordable! Buying organic helps reduce your family’s exposure to toxic chemicals but can sometimes be thought ‘too expensive’. The slightly higher price point is partly to do with limited supply and partly because organic farming practices are just more expensive. Luckily, if done the right way, organics can also be […]

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6 Things to give this Valentine’s Day that money can’t (entirely) buy

6 Things to give this Valentine’s Day that money can’t (entirely) buy

Sometimes we get so caught up trying to find the perfect gift, that we forget that the moments that capture our heart are often the simplest or spontaneous. You don’t need to stress or spend a fortune!  It doesn’t matter if you have been together for one month, one year or one decade, Valentine’s Day […]

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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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Preserve fresh frozen herbs in organic olive oil

Preserve fresh frozen herbs in organic olive oil

Preserve your fresh herbs for much longer This simple trick works best with firm, fresh organic herbs, such as rosemary, sage, thyme, and oregano. Once complete, simply cook the herb infused cubes with onions and garlic. The delicious aroma and flavour will be spread through your entire dish. 1) Wash and finely chop the herbs – if you wish, and pack the wells […]

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Tips to store your Organic Fresh Produce

Tips to store your Organic Fresh Produce

Storing your fresh fruits When keeping fruit in the fridge, it’s best to store away from vegetables. Apricots Should be stored at room temperature. Once ripe store Apricots in the fridge in a sealed bag for up to 2 days. Avocados Should be left to ripen at room temperature for 1-2 days. Avocados are ready […]

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