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Australian Mango CheeksFrom: $19.25
Naturally sweet and delightfully chewy, dried mango cheeks are a delicious and nutritious tropical treat with no added sugar. Our mango cheeks are 100% sulphur-free, preservative-free and additive-free.
How to Use:
Dried mangos provide a great snack food. You can also use them in cakes, cookies, stuffings, yogurt and chutneys.
Dried Mango Cheeks.
Australian Organic Raw AlmondsFrom: $11.50
Almond is the name of the edible and widely cultivated seed. The fruit of the almond is a drupe, consisting of an outer hull and a hard shell with the seed (which is not a true nut) inside. These raw Australian grown Almonds are certified organic which means they are grown without using pesticides. Almonds are a tasty source of energy and highly nutritious as well.
How to Use:
Can be used raw or in cooking such things as stir-fry’s, salads, trail mix and deserts.
Organic Raw Almonds
Australian Pineapple RingsFrom: $20.48
Delicious Australian grown Dried Pineapple, which is Sulphur free, additive free and preservative free. the lively flavour of this wonderful fruit.
Australian Roasted MacadamiasFrom: $13.50
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.
Dry Roasted Australian Macadamias.
Preservative Free, Non GMO, No Added Sugar. Vegan.
Australian Sunflower SeedsFrom: $2.25
With their crunchy, nutty taste, sunflower seeds can easily become a regular part of your daily diet. Sprinkle them on your salads or stir-fries, stir them into yogurt … the possibilities are as endless as the good qualities of these sun-loving seeds.
Delicious for snacking, sunflower seeds also add a boost to your recipes. Sprinkle sunflower kernels over salads, cereals or desserts. Add the seeds to muffin, cake, or bread dough. Scatter some over the top of breads, muffins, cakes or cookies during the last five minutes of baking to toast the seeds, adding a crunchy texture to your recipe. In a coffee or spice grinder, grind the sunflower kernels and use as a substitute for flour when breading fried foods such as chicken or fish. Replace up to one fourth of the flour in baked goods recipes with ground sunflower seeds to benefit from the nutrition of the seeds.
Australian Sunflower Seeds
Australian WalnutsFrom: $6.23
Australian walnuts have a freshness and superior quality. Walnuts have a creamy taste and pale kernel.
How to Use:
Walnuts are great for a snack also desserts, cakes, loaves, salads, soups, sauces, pastes and dips.
Banana FlourFrom: $5.73
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.
100% natural green bananas
Bay LeavesFrom: $2.10
Beeswax Food Wraps – Reusable Pack of 3$24.95
We are super excited to announce our Australian Pure Beeswax wraps are now available in our stores all around Australia. Beeswax Food Wraps are a wonderful re-usable alternative to plastic food wraps; reducing the waste and toxic pollutants associated with plastics, while reducing your household use of non-renewable resources.
This kitchen starter pack of 3 wraps in varying sizes is hand-made in Australia – from Australian Organic beeswax; pure Australian jojoba oil; and Certified Organic unbleached cotton. The cotton is produced in fair-work conditions and is certified to Global Organic Textile Standards – which have inbuilt social audits. The days used for printing are also GOTS Certified and are Azo-Free.
Beeswax, which contains inherent antimicrobial and water repellent properties, has been used to cover cheese for centuries and utilised by many ancient civilisations in cosmetic and skin products. Jojoba Oil from the jojoba nut – and technically a wax rather than an oil; is also known for its natural anti-bacterial properties.
This combination of natural waxes and cotton creates an easy to use, pliable fabric that helps to keep your food fresh and allows you to reuse the wraps over & over. By following the care instructions these wraps will last up to 1 year, after which they can be composted. These convenient and effective food wraps are a great way to cover leftovers, fresh produce, snacks and lunchbox goodies; helping our environment one sandwich at a time. Another great ‘zero waste’ solution.
1 x Small (20 x 20 cm), 1 x Medium (25 x 25 cm) and 1 x Large (30 x 30 cm) Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps. Made from Organic Cotton, Australian Organic Beeswax, Pure Australian Jojoba Oil, and Tree Resin.
How to Use:
These ecological reusable Beeswax food wraps can be used to replace plastic wrap in any kitchen application. They are suitable to cover leftovers or fresh fruit & veg before refrigerating. Wrap muffins, cakes and sandwiches for your lunchbox or picnic hamper; cover bowls while activating nuts or soaking pulses. Wrap home-made pastry to rest in the fridge, or cover a bowl of proving dough mix. Beeswax wraps will become malleable by simply warming them in your hand as you fold around food or bowl. As it cools it create a seal and holds the folded or wrapped shape. To avoid melting the wraps’ natural waxes, take care to allow hot dishes to cool before covering; and do not use wraps in microwaves or place in the dishwasher.
Hand wash Beeswax wraps in cool water with a mild, natural dishwashing detergent. Allow to air dry, fold and store in the draw or a cool, dry place. In hot weather store wraps in the refrigerator. Do not leave in direct sunlight. With proper care wraps can be reused many times, for up to a year. When these food wraps have come to the end of their useful life, simply cut into pieces and add to your compost or green waste. They can also be repurposed as natural fire starters – handy when camping or for the bbq.
Besan Chickpea Flour OrganicFrom: $6.00
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.
Bhuja MixFrom: $4.74
A delicious blend of fried noodles blended with green peas, split peas, peanuts, sultanas and seasoned with natural flavours. An easy snack food.
Multigrain flour (Pea, rice, tapioca), sunflower oil, peas, peanuts, sultanas, salt, natural spices
Bi-Carb Soda OrganicFrom: $1.90
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.
Baking Soda / Sodium Bicarbonate (Food additives code of mineral salt 500), Aluminium Free