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Collaboration - Suzy Spoons

Collaboration - Suzy Spoons

When I started my business 5 years ago, Suzy Spoons was one of my home delivery customers!! I have so much appreciation for the encouragement she gave me and her humble approach to business. Seeing Suzy’s smiling face at the markets, swapping our products and talking through our business challenges has been a highlight on the sometimes bumpy road of starting a food biz! We recently did a collaboration with her using several of her delicious plant based products in recipes paired with our products. Check out the videos if you haven’t already. Thanks to the Daily Telegraph for the...

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Beans for Breakfast- Why Not!

Beans for Breakfast- Why Not!

Our Mexilicious range of products are the PERFECT accompaniment to a big breakfast!I don’t know about you – but I am such a savoury gal in the mornings!Toasted sourdough, smashed avocado, roasted tomatoes, pan fried mushrooms, hash browns and the Mexilicious Smoky Bean Salsa - WINNER!!To make my own ‘hash browns’ – I use grated potato (squeeze out excess liquid) grated carrot, finely chopped onion and a little plain flour and pinch of salt. Shallow fry until super crispy!

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Crazy for Kale!

Crazy for Kale!

How did we ever manage without kale?? It was certainly never a ‘green’ that appeared on my plate growing up but now its part of our weekly vegetable consumption!Did you know that:• Kale is amongst the most nutrient dense foods on the planet• Kale is loaded with powerful antioxidants & excellent source of vitamin C and K• Kale can help lower cholesterolAs a family, we either eat it tossed in a hot pan with some garlic, olive oil, sea salt and lemon juice or roasted in a hot oven to make kale chips. Nicole xo

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Rice

Rice

What’s the healthiest rice?We all know that some rice is more healthy than others. Basically, the whiter the rice the less healthy or nutritionally dense. The darker the grain – the higher the wholegrain, fibre and nutrition content. Also, did you know that dry uncooked white rice can be stored indefinitely in your pantry whereas dry uncooked brown rice will only last 3 to 6 months. This is because white rice is stripped of its ‘living’ whole food nutrients.BLACK RICE gets the gold medal at number one - the dark colour indicates high antioxidant properties, which is why black rice...

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Baked Potato with Puy Lentil Cassoulet
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