Seeds

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  • Australian Chia Seeds

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    Chia seeds are an amazingly versatile food. Chia originated in Mexico and is botanically part of the Mint family.

    Chia seeds can be ground, soaked or sprouted. The ground meal of Chia, called Pinole, is perfect in porridge, cakes and raw food treats. Suitable in all grain free recipes, add some to your quinoa porridge for a great start to the day, or in bread, cake and muffin mixes. Whole seeds are best eaten after soaking. Add seeds to water or juice at a ratio of 1:10 and allow to soak for a few hours, to create a gelatinous consistency to add to smoothies or juice. Dilute further in a bottle of water with sliced lime, fresh mint and lemon grass to make a refreshing spritzer. Soak seeds in coconut cream (about 1:8) for a firmer set ‘pudding’. Add cacao/ mango/banana/berries/dates, and enjoy as is; or perfect for a dairy free ‘cheesecake’ filling. Organic Chia is also fantastic sprouted. Try sprouts in salads, sandwiches, wraps, raw cracker and Essene bread recipes, or green smoothies. Hint: For a quick and easy start to busy mornings, pre-soak Chia seeds the night before.


  • Australian Insecticide Free Sunflower Seeds

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    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.

    Ingredients:

    Australian Insecticide Free Sunflower Seeds

     

     


  • Chia Seeds

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    How to Use:

    Chia seeds can be eaten raw, they can also be soaked in fruit juice or water to make a chia pudding. Chia seeds are great when added to smoothies and cereals but can also be added to soups, stews, and casseroles and muffins, breads etc.

    Ingredients:

    Chia Seeds

    Our chia seeds can be white or black depending on the season and availability.


  • Freekeh

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    Wheat is picked and roasted while the grain is still green to produce freekeh, a substitute for rice or pasta. Its nutty flavour, firm texture and subtle smokiness make it perfect for use soups, salads, or as a substitute for rice and pasta.

    How to Use:

    Freekah can be steamed, boiled or even microwaved, and used in salads, soup, vegetarian dishes and more.

    Ingredients:

    Roasted young green Wheat


  • Golden Linseed Organic

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    To gain the most benefit from the seeds, be sure to grind them or chew them very well.  Keep them refrigerated. Sprinkle ground linseed onto your hot or cold cereal or into yogurts or smoothies. Add linseed to your homemade muffin, cookie or bread recipe. To give cooked vegetables a nuttier flavour, sprinkle some linseed on top of them.

    Ingredients:

    Golden Linseed


  • LSA (Linseed, Sunflower Seed & Almond Mix)

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    The coarsely ground meal of whole linseeds, sunflower seeds and almonds.

    How to Use:

    You could add a tablespoon of LSA to your smoothie or raw sweet recipes, or sprinkle it over cereals and salads. That is not to say that it cannot be added to baking recipes; a tablespoon or two gives breads and muffins a little extra nuttiness. LSA is best kept stored in a cool place.

    Ingredients:

    Ground Linseed, Ground Sunflower Seeds, Ground Almonds

     


  • Organic Australian Quinoa

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    Our organic quinoa is grown right here in Australia. It has a mild and nutty flavour, and is light and fluffy when cooked.

    How to Use:

    1 cup of dried quinoa will cook up to be about 3 cups. Rinse the quinoa well under cold water (use a fine mesh sieve). Put the drained quinoa into a saucepan and add cold water and a dash of salt. The quinoa to water ratio is 1:2. Cover and bring to a boil, then turn the heat down and set the lid ajar. Simmer for 15-20 minutes. Once cooked, turn off the heat, put the lid on and let sit for about 5 minutes. Use a fork to fluff up the quinoa and serve.


  • Organic Black Sesame Seeds

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     These delicious seeds are preferred by discriminating chefs not only for their robust flavour, but also because they lend a striking accent to grain dishes, salad dressings, breads, vegetables and condiments.

    How to Use:

    Black sesame seeds are richer in flavour than white sesame seeds. Used on fish, salads, breads, and sauces. It is a prominent ingredient in Asian dishes as well.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Black Sesame Seeds

     


  • Organic Fruit & Nut Mix

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    A delicious organic snack that adults and children will love.  Put it on your desk, keep some in your car, handbag or add to your lunchbox.

    Ingredients:

    Organic raisins, organic sultanas, organic cashew pieces, organic almonds, organic pepitas, organic apple wedges.

     

         


  • Organic Hemp Seeds

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    ** As of 12th November 2017 Australians can legally consume hemp foods and start enjoying all the benefits of this superfood **

    Hulled seeds are the whole hemp seed with the crunchy outer shell removed. Hulled hemp seeds (or hemp hearts) are about the size of a sesame seed. They have a soft creamy texture and a nutty flavour.

    How to Use:

    • Sprinkle on granola, porridge or muesli
    • Add to salads, soup or dips
    • Blend into a smoothie for some added protein
    • Mix with avocado for a nutritious spread
    • Add to raw protein balls
    • Blend a tablespoon of hemp seeds with 200ml water to make your own hemp milk.

     


  • Organic Linseed

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    Linseed, or flaxseed, has a pleasant, nutty flavour and can be sprinkled on cereals, into yoghurts and smoothies.

    How to Use: 

    To gain the most benefit from the seeds, be sure to grind them or chew them very well otherwise they will simply pass through the body whole.  Keep them refrigerated. Sprinkle ground linseed onto your hot or cold cereal. Add linseed to your homemade muffin, cookie or bread recipe. To give cooked vegetables a nuttier flavour, sprinkle some linseed on top of them.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Linseed

     


  • Organic Pepitas

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    Pepitas are the inner part of edible pumpkin seeds that have been hulled of their outer skin. Originally from Central America, pepitas have been eaten raw or roasted for centuries. These raw Organic Pepitas are a dark green colour, with a light nutty flavour and aroma. They have no added preservative or anything artificial and are non GMO.

    Organic Pepitas are a scrumptious and convenient snack that everyone can enjoy. They are also a great addition to breakfast cereals, baked goods, raw foods and savoury dishes.

    Munch these yummy Organic Pepitas on their own any time you want a quick snack – great for nut-free lunchboxes. Or combine pepitas with dried fruit and nuts to create a wonderful trail mix. Raw pepitas can also be marinated in Tamari sauce, and then dried in a low oven or dehydrator, making a moreish savoury snack perfect for entertaining.

    At breakfast, add pepitas to muesli, smoothies, and sprinkle over yoghurt, porridge or acai bowls. Pepitas are perfect in any seed or nut combo – tossed over salad, steamed greens, soups and hotpots. Add these delicious pumpkin seeds to home-baked bread, muffins and biscuits. Also fab in muesli bars and sweet or savoury raw food recipes.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Pepitas (pumpkin seeds).


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