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  • Australian Pineapple Rings

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    Delicious Australian grown Dried Pineapple, which is Sulphur free, additive free and preservative free.  the lively flavour of this wonderful fruit.

    Ingredients:

    Dried Pineapple


  • Australian Pink Lake Salt Medium

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    This Australian Pink Salt is from a lake in Western Victoria, which is fed by natural salt aquifers. The lake dries out in the Summer, leaving beds of beautiful mineral rich pink salt. In collaboration with the Barengi Gadjin Land Council, who represents the Wimmera’s traditional land owners, a small amount of pink lake salt is hand-harvested annually. By utilising this traditional knowledge, every effort is taken to minimise the harvest’s impact on the land.   The gourmet pink salt is then naturally sun dried, to produce a delectable savoury flavour. This unique salt is a delicious addition to recipes and can be used as a convenient and flavoursome condiment. It imparts a rich flavour that enhances the taste of any dish.

    This medium Pink Lake Salt is a perfect all-purpose salt for convenient use as a condiment at the table, as a recipe ingredient, or for baking. Add a pinch to porridge or smoothies to bring out the flavours. Use it in recipes during cooking or lightly sprinkle ground salt over dishes when serving.                                                                                                                                                            Pink lake salt is suitable for use in a grinder or mill. At the table, serve pink salt in a small dish or salt crock rather than a shaker. It also works wonderfully in a mortar and pestle with fresh herbs or dried spices. Try it with sesame, coriander and cumin seeds, with a few peppercorns for a delicious savoury sprinkle or as an accompaniment to dipping oil and crusty bread.

    Ingredients:

    Australian Pink Lake Salt.

    Preservative Free, Non GMO.


  • Australian Roasted Macadamias

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    These Australian grown Macadamias are GMO and preservative free; and are ready to use having been simply dry-roasted. They have a crisp, crunchy texture and toasted creamy flavour with a subtle, nutty aroma. Roasted Macadamias are a great snack anytime, or can be used in a range of recipes. These nuts make scrumptious freshly ground Nut Butter; delicious as a spread or added to savoury dishes, desserts, and raw food recipes and yummy baked goods.

     

    How to Use:
    Enjoy these mouth-watering Australian Dry Roasted Macadamias as a snack on their own; or combine with seeds, dried fruit and a handful of chocolate buttons or cacao nibs in a hikers mix. Add roughly chopped macadamias to muesli mixes, crunchy granola or porridge. These macadamias can also be ground to make roasted nut butter, free of any artificial additives. Toss dry roasted macadamias over salads, hotpots and stir-fries. Use ground or chopped nuts on top of tasty savoury bakes; to fill grilled mushrooms or capsicum; crumb fish and meat; or create wonderful seasoned stuffing. Roasted macadamias are also a great addition to muesli bars and energy balls, as well as home-baked biscuits, cakes, muffins or seed and nut bread dough. These natural Dry Roasted Macadamias are a convenient and versatile addition to the pantry; and make a lovely Australian gift – on their own, or in delicious home-made goodies.

     

    Ingredients:
    Dry Roasted Australian Macadamias.

    Preservative Free, Non GMO, No Added Sugar. Vegan.


  • Banana Chips

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    These banana chips are made from slices of banana picked in the mature green stage, dipped in sugar and then fried in coconut oil with added banana flavour. Add these to your home made trail mix, muesli or as a lunch box snack.

    Ingredients:

    Bananas, Sugar, Coconut Oil, Banana Flavour (natural, contains maltodextrin derived from maize).

     


  • Banana Flour

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    This amazing fruit produced flour is a resistant starch, making it an amazing alternative to grain flours for cooking.

    This product is incredibly versatile. Use it in your smoothies as a bulk fibre rich additive, or for baking cakes, biscuits, pasta and short crust pastry.

    To use in baking, simply use 25% less flour than you would with other flours.

    Ingredients:

    100% natural green bananas


  • Bay Leaves

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  • Besan Chickpea Flour Organic

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    Flour made from ground dried chickpeas, it is also known as garbanzo flour or gram flour. It is primarily used in Indian and Pakistani cooking for making bread and savoury pastries such as poppadums/pakoras/bhajis.  It can also be used as a facial scrub.

    Besan chickpea flour has a characteristic nutty flavour that allows it to be mixed with very few ingredients to create delicious tasting and simple Indian inspired pastry/bread.

    How to use:

     * Use as simple base for creating many Indian breads/pastries.  For a great pakora batter, add 1 cup of besan flour to ¾ cup of water to this add your favourite Indian spices such as garam marsala, coriander, garlic and turmeric, mix together to from a batter and then coat your fresh vegetables and cook as desired.

    * Add equal amounts of water to flour and use as an egg replacement in vegan cooking

    * Add either water/ coconut oil/ yoghurt to flour and rub together to form a paste that may be used as a facial exfoliator.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Chickpeas.

     

     


  • Bhuja Mix

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    A delicious blend of fried noodles blended with green peas, split peas, peanuts, sultanas and seasoned with natural flavours. An easy snack food.                

    Ingredients:

    Multigrain flour (Pea, rice, tapioca), sunflower oil, peas, peanuts, sultanas, salt, natural spices

     

     


  • Bi-Carb Soda Organic

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    Baking soda, bicarbonate of soda, or just bicarb is an alkali, which is used to raise soda breads and full-flavoured cakes such as gingerbread, fruitcake, chocolate cake and carrot cake. It needs an acid (as well as moisture) to activate it so is often combined with cream of tartar, yoghurt, lemon juice, buttermilk or milk. Bicarbonate of soda works by giving off carbon dioxide, which expands the mixture. Once the mixture is cooked, the carbon dioxide is replaced by air leaving a light cake or bread.

    How to Use:

    Baking soda is about four times as strong as baking powder. Substitution for 1 teaspoon commercial baking powder: 1/4 teaspoon (1.25 grams) baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar plus 1/4 teaspoon of cornstarch OR 1/4 teaspoon (1.25 grams) baking soda plus 1/2 cup (120 ml) of an acidic ingredient (buttermilk, sour milk or yogurt).  Baking soda starts to react and release carbon dioxide gas as soon as it is added to the batter and moistened. Make sure to bake the batter immediately.

    Ingredients:

    Baking Soda / Sodium Bicarbonate (Food additives code of mineral salt 500), Aluminium Free


  • Bio Dynamic Rain Fed Medium Brown Rice – Grown in NSW

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    This unrefined rice has a beautiful nutty flavour and is grown on a family run farm in Northern NSW.  This Bio Dyanmic rice is rain fed which means that  no irrigation water is needed to grow this rice.  It is probably the most sustainable rice grown in Australia.

    How to Use:

    Rinse a cup of medium grain brown rice until water runs clear. Place the rinsed rice in a pot with 2¼ cups of water, cover with a well-fitting lid and simmer over a low heat for 30-45 minutes. For something a little exotic, try a pilaf; cook the rice in broth instead of water and sprinkle with roasted pistachios, cranberries, raisins, cumin and fresh coriander.

    Ingredients:

    Medium grain brown rice

     


  • Biodynamic Dried Apple Wedges

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    An apple a day is perhaps one of the most delicious prescriptions ever made. A favourite for generations. The apples used for this product were grown using the biodynamic approach – an organic, holistic approach that recognises the interdependence of all creation resulting in a powerful and sensitive system of agriculture.

    How to Use:

    Dried apple wedges can be eaten as a snack as well as used for baked goods. The soft texture and subtle flavour of this product work well as an ingredient in compotes and for stuffing. Dried apple wedges can be diced and added to granola, trail mixes or cookies.

    Ingredients:

    Biodynamic Dried Apple

     


  • Biodynamic Spelt Grain

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    How to Use:

    Spelt is quick and easy to cook. You cook it like risotto and throw in any seasonal things you have around. Try substituting spelt for rice or pasta in a salad or with curry or greens. If you want the spelt very soft, like steamed rice, add 3 cups of water or stock to 1 cup of spelt, cover and simmer for 1 1/2 hours. If you like it chewier and nuttier, like for salads, use 2 cups of water or stock for every cup of spelt. Cook the spelt like risotto, adding half a cup at a time and stirring after each addition until the liquid evaporates. It should be tender after about 30-40 minutes.


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