Named for their 'lens' shape and available in a variety of colours, lentils have been nourishing man for millennia. These tiny nutritional giants are rich in fibre and a good source of protein. In addition to having a host of other nutrients, lentils are low in fat, low in sugar and naturally gluten-free. They are a staple in vegetarian diets. Quick and easy to prepare, lentils readily absorb a variety of wonderful flavours from other foods and seasonings. They're great in soups and stews.
INGREDIENTS: 100% organic whole brown lentils..
Amaranth grain is an ancient grain, prized by the Incas and Aztecs for its nutritional benefits
This grain is gluten free, and suitable for use by coeliacs and those avoiding wheat
Cooked amaranth complements soups, salads and granola; ideal with beans for a main dish; or as a breakfast cereal..
Derived from the ancient supergrain of the Aztecs, amaranth flour provides a unique nutritional profile reflective of the mother grain. This smooth, ivory coloured flour has a mild, slightly nutty flavour that is pleasant to taste. It may be used alone or in combination with other flours in baking everything from cookies to muffins and cakes. It makes baked goods moister. It may also be used as a thickener in sauces, soups and other liquid-based dishes...
The protein power of quinoa, millet, amaranth and lentils come together in this unique dry soup mix made with ancient super grains. Made in New Zealand form imported ingredients.
INGREDIENTS: french green lentils, quinoa, hulled millet, amaranth, red split lentils, sundried tomatoes (with salt), white rice flour. Certified organic. Prepared on a production line that also processes gluten, tree nuts, and sesame seeds...
Black rice is unmilled rice, meaning the nutrient-rich black husk of the rice has not been removed. The natural colour of the black rice will dye foods added to it, such as coconut milk. This exotic variety has a rich, slightly sweet, strong nutty flavour- making it very popular in native Asian desserts served with fresh fruit like mangoes and lychees or drizzled with fruit or rice syrup...
Straight up goodness. ‘Open sesame!’ Ali Baba’s famed command stems from the way sesame pods burst open upon maturity to reveal a treasure of tiny crunchy seeds. With their distinct colour and robust flavour, black sesame seeds lend a nutty deliciousness and striking accent to grains, salads, veggies, dressings, dips, and baking...
Indulge your taste buds whilst nourishing your body with cacao-nutty goodness! We combine the wholesome organic deliciousness of ‘superfoods’ cacao, almond and coconut, crushed and blended into a rich creamy spread. Nothing artificial, just real food from nature. Slather over your favourite snack, mix into smoothies, or devour straight from the jar!Vegan. Contains Antioxidants.Coconut oil may separate naturally, forming a white layer – simply mix with a knife to blend.IngredientsCashews*, Coconut*, Sea Salt (*Certified Organic)..
We’ve combined nourishing brown rice with the goodness of ‘superfoods’ chia, coconut plus LSA, for a wholesome hot cereal bursting with organic deliciousness. Each serve provides a healthy dose of nutrients including protein and dietary fibre. It’s wheat-free too!IngredientsBrown Rice Cereal*, Coconut*, LSA* (Linseed/Flaxseeds*, Sunflower Seeds*, Almonds*),Chia* (*Certified Organic)..
Chickpea flour is made from 100% chick peas. It is referred to by various names - chickpea flour, garbanzo flour, gram flour, channa flour, and besan flour. It has an earthy flavour best suited to savoury dishes. When mixed with water it can be used as an egg replaver in vegan cooking...
Ceres organics coconut chips are made from the dried white flesh of organically grown coconuts - no artifical ingrediebts or preservatives. They can be used in baking, dessert recipes, added to muesli or sprinkled over rice or curry...
While many of Chia's health benefits are still being discovered we do know that it has some very unique properties:
• 4x more antioxidants than blueberry
• 5x more calcium than milk
• 3x more iron than spinach
• 15x more magnesium than broccoli
• Loads of vitamins & minerals
• 20% high quality protein
• 18 amino acids
• a naturally correct ratio of Omega-3 and Omega-6..
A nutrition superstar, flaxseed (linseed) is an excellent source of dietary fibre, and delivers protein, omega-3 plus a host of other nutrients that are beneficial for a healthy-working body. Flaxseed’s reputation as a ‘digestive aid’ and energy-giving food has made it a staple in healthy diets.To obtain the full nutritional benefits of ground flaxseed, simply sprinkle over cereal or ice cream, whip into yoghurt or blend into shakes and smoothies. Use in muffin, bread and cake mixtures to increase dietary fibre. Mix with water to provide an egg-free binding alternative in recipes.Heating flaxseed will remove the omega benefits but retain the dietary fibre properties...