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Aduki Bean Flour Organic

£1.90
(per 100grams)

Made from 100% aduki beans, our organic aduki bean flour is a fine white flour with black specs of colour throughout.

Aduki beans are high in fibre and are red/brown in colour with a white strip down the side. Use for baking for an extra boost in protein and fibre.

Aduki Beans

£0.29
(per 100g)

Aduki Beans are an annual legume, cultivated originally in East Asia and the Himalayas. These bright red pulses are a healthy source of potassium, iron and magnesium. They are packed with vegetable proteins as well.

Aduki Beans are well-suited for many preparations. After being soaked overnight, they can be cooked and added to soups and salads.

Thanks to their nutty and naturally (slight) sweet taste they are really popular in Asia and especially in Japan, where they are made as a paste (Anko) and in many desserts like the typical rice cakes (Daifuku) or jelly cubes (yokan)

Agar Agar

£2.99
(per 30g)

Agar or agar-agar is a gelatinous substance derived from a polysaccharide that accumulates in the cell walls of agarophyte red algae. Agar is chiefly used as an ingredient in desserts throughout Asia. Agar (agar-agar) can be used as a vegetarian gelatin substitute, a thickener for soups, in jellies, ice cream and other desserts, as a clarifying agent in brewing, and for sizing paper and fabrics. The word "agar" comes from agar-agar, the Malay name for the algae (Gigartina, Gracilaria) from which the jelly is produced.

Almond Flour

£1.59
(per 100g)

Almond Flour is a dense nutritional flour which is great in a whole host of recipes and has a wonderful aromatic flavour.  Wheat and naturally gluten free flours are dominating the plant based world and almond flour is one of the tastiest.  If you want to reduce your intake of grains or have trouble digesting them then almond flour makes a great alternative.  The density of almond flour makes for moist, delicious cakes.

Almond flour is made by blanching the almonds to remove its outer skin and then grinding them down to a fine powder.  As almond flour is made from ground almonds it has a dense nutritional profile including Manganese, Vitamin B2, Vitamin E and Magnesium.

Almonds

£1.10
(per 100g)

Whole Almonds

  • Unblanched almonds.
  • Unroasted, unsalted.
  • Ready shelled, suitable for soaking for almond milk.
  • Ideal for snacking, garnishing and baking.

Almonds are a great all round ingredient for adding extra protein to your diet. The skins are left on which will add extra fibre to your recipe. Ideal for gluten-free baking either whole or ground. They can be soaked to make almond milk and the 'pulp' left over can be added to your baking.

Almonds Organic

£2.10
(per 100g)

Organic Whole Almonds

  • Organic produce.
  • Whole almonds with skin on.
  • A sweet and creamy tasting nut.
  • A good source of protein, vitamin E, omega-6, iron, calcium and magnesium.
  • The skins are nutritious, providing the body with additional fibre and antioxidants.

Almonds have a distinctive sweet taste that gives classic sweets such as Bakewell Tart and Marzipan their flavour. These whole almonds can be eaten as a snack, added to muesli and added to flapjacks, cakes and breads. You can also soak them and then make them into almond milk.

Amaranth Organic

£0.54
(per 100g)

Amaranth seeds are a healthy, gluten-free, and a very versatile alternative to wheat or other grains. Amaranth seeds can be cooked in similar ways to other grains. It is actually not a grain but a seed from a broadleaf plant.

It has a crunchy texture with a pleasant fresh con-like aroma and a woodsy, peppery flavour.They are a great source of Iron and they provide also a good amount of fibre, calcium, magnesium, and vitamin C, while also having a much higher than for most other grains.

Arborio Rice Risotto

£0.31
(per 100g)

White Arborio Risotto Rice. Arborio is a short, plump grain when cooked, it has a smooth texture with the inner grain remaining firm.

Risotto is an Italian technique for cooking Arborio. This old world method involves stirring hot liquid little by little into the rice for about 20 minutes, which will create a dish, unlike any other rice recipe you have tried.

It is well fit for rice recipes that create a creamy, chewy texture.

Arrowroot

£0.49
(per 100g)

With arrowroot powder you can easily thicken your gluten-free sauces and gravies. With a similar appearance and texture to cornstarch, this product thickens at a lower temperature than flour or other thickening agents. Arrowroot powder can even be used to thicken glazes, fruit pie fillings, and puddings.

Asafoetida

£0.90
(per 30g)

A blend of asafoetida and ground fenugreek.

Pungent, exotic and excitingly flavoured: asafoetida is a flavour enhancer like no other. It's an essential ingredient in countless Indian and Middle Eastern dishes and traditional remedies. If you love curries, spicy food, dahls and lentil-based dishes, fragrant fried foods, pickles and condiments... you certainly won't want to be without this precious spice.

Ingredients : asafoetida, ground fenugreek.

Allergens: possible sesame cross-contamination.

Ashwagandha Powder Organic

£1.14
(per 30g)

Ashwagandha is also known as The Indian Ginseng because its actions and uses are similar to those of Chinese Ginseng. As an adaptogenic herb, it is one of the most commonly used roots in Traditional Ayurvedic Medicine for increased stamina. It has also been traditionally used to promote a calm mind and encourage restful sleep.

It is extensively used in India as a daily tonic and home remedy. Its Sanskrit name means that which imparts the strength of a horse, a name that suggests one of its traditional usages as a traditional Ayurvedic rejuvenative tonic for strength, energy and vitality.

According to the energetic principles of Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is bitter, astringent and sweet in the Rasa taste energy, heating in action according to Virya and balancing for Vata and Kapha constitutional doshas, with a potential to aggravate Pitta in those with excess Pitta energy. It is considered a wonderful daily herb to support general well-being, vitality and health.

Baking Powder

£0.64
(per 100g)

High quality baking powder, an essential store cupboard item for all home bakers.

Did you know you can make self-raising flour from plain flour using baking powder?

Due to the way the chemicals react in our baking powder it is important that once you add the liquid to the recipe you get it in the oven ASAP. Our baking powder is aluminium free and gluten free.

Ingredients: Cream Of Tarter (Potassium Bitrtrate), Sodium Bicarbonate, Organic White Rice Flour

Banana Chips

£0.59
(per 100g)

Sweetened Banana Chips ingredients: Banana, Coconut Oil, Refined Cane Sugar and Banana Flavour.

Banana Chips are perfect for snacking on, to add a bit of delicious flavour and texture to muesli or mix them into yoghurt.

Banana Chips are very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. They are also a good source of manganese, magnesium, and potassium (just like their fresh counterpart)
Overall they can definitely fit into a healthy diet when consumed in moderation.

Banana Chips Organic

£0.70
(per 100g)

Organic Sweetened Banana Chips ingredients: Banana, Coconut Oil, Refined Cane Sugar and Banana Flavour.

Banana Chips are perfect for snacking on, to add a bit of delicious flavour and texture to muesli or mix them into yoghurt.

Banana Chips are very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. They are also a good source of manganese, magnesium, and potassium (just like their fresh counterpart)
Overall they can definitely fit into a healthy diet when consumed in moderation.

Barley Flakes Organic

£0.19
(per 100g)

Organic Barley Flakes Barley Flakes can be eaten hot or cold, and are a terrific alternative to oat flakes. They have a nuttier, slightly sweeter flavour and chewier texture than oatmeal or flakes. Barley flakes, are made by removing the hull of wholegrain barley and then rolled and steamed to create the flakes.


Barley is a very healthy grain. It's rich in vitamins, minerals and other beneficial plant compounds. It's also high in fibre, which is responsible for most of the health benefits, ranging from a better digestion to reduced hunger and feelings of satiety.

Bay Leaves

£0.37
(per 30g)

Bay Leaves time tested flavor and aroma pull together the various ingredients in roasts, stews, and tomato sauces to create a well-blended bouquet of flavors. Common herbs that go with Bay Leaves are oregano, rosemary, and thyme.

Beanies Coffee Beans

£1.75
(per 100g)

Beanies pride themselves on being true ‘coffee nuts’, by adding a variety of different flavours to their coffee beans, they enhance the smell and taste of the coffee, creating a range of new blends.

Beetroot Powder

£0.47
(per 30g)

Beetroot powder is far less messy than handling the beetroot vegetable. It is strong in both flavour and colour making it ideal for cooking and baking. It is delicious added to smoothies and fresh juices for a nutritious drink full of goodness.

Bicarbonate of Soda

£0.14
(per 30g)

Bicarbonate of Soda is used when making bread and other foods that require rising.

It can also be used to remove limescale deposits on sinks, taps, shower, tiles, toilets etc.

It's also used to make Bath Bombs - we recommend using 2 parts Sodium Bicarbonate to 1 part Citric Acid.

Black Beans

£0.24
(per 100g)

Great for soups and stews. Perfect in your vegan burrito.

Soak overnight, rinse and bring to the boil, simmer until soft - between 45-60 minutes.

Black Beluga Lentils

£0.32
(per 100g)

Tiny, dark, and dense, black lentils–also known as beluga lentils–are named for the caviar they amazingly resemble. They are easy to cook, protein-packed, and delicious. Unlike other lentils that tend to get mushy when cooked, beluga lentils hold their shape and al dente texture during the cooking process.

 

 

 

Black Eyed Beans

£0.44
(per 100g)

Blackeye Beans (sometimes referred to as Black Eyed Peas) have a smooth texture, pea like flavour and are good when mixed with other vegetables. Rice and peas is a popular dish in Jamaica and other Caribbean Islands.

Did you know that blackeye bean is the only bean known before America discovery? Originating from north Africa was commonly cultivated during Roman and Greek times

Like most beans, black-eyed beans are rich in soluble fibre, which helps to eliminate cholesterol from the body. They are a good source of folate, potassium, copper, phosphorous and manganese.

As a high-potassium, low-sodium food they help reduce blood pressure. Not only are they low in fat, but when combined with grains, beans supply high-quality protein which provides a healthy alternative to meat or other animal protein. Beans also contain protease inhibitors which frustrate the development of cancerous cells.

Black Lava Salt Coarse

£0.87
(per 30g)

Black Lava Sea Salt adds an incredible layer of smoky flavor to a variety of dishes. Discover how black lava sea salt livens up your favourite dishes as it has a black colour to make an amazing garnish.

Black Lava salt should not be used during the actual cooking process as it will dissolve and the added black elements will simply settle to the bottom as a residue. Instead, use it as a finishing salt, where its bold taste can be savored and fully enjoyed. It goes well with all types of vegetables.

BENEFITS: Commercial table salt contains approximately 99% sodium chloride. A scientific analysis performed on the Molokai "whole salt" harvested by traditional methods contained only 84% sodium chloride, a distinct health benefit.

Black Peppercorns

£0.81
(per 30g)

An essential ingredient in so many dishes, it shouldn't miss from your pantry.

Black peppercorns are the most popular choice of pepper for good reason.

Black pepper is produced from the still-green unripe berries of the pepper plant. The berries are cooked briefly in hot water, both to clean them and to prepare them for drying. The heat ruptures cell walls in the pepper, speeding the work of browning enzymes during drying. The berries are dried in the sun or by machine for several days, during which the pepper around the seed shrinks and darkens into a thin, wrinkled black layer.

 

Aduki Bean Flour Organic

£1.90
(per 100grams)

Made from 100% aduki beans, our organic aduki bean flour is a fine white flour with black specs of colour throughout.

Aduki beans are high in fibre and are red/brown in colour with a white strip down the side. Use for baking for an extra boost in protein and fibre.

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