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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.

Black/Brown Mustard Seed

£0.19
(per 30g)

Brown Mustard Seeds are also known as Black Mustard Seeds.

These hot seeds are commonly used for Indian cuisine and are hot and pungent. The seeds are combined with cumin seeds and fried in oil until they pop. Then, they're added to various vegetable dishes and curries.

Blue Poppy Seeds

£0.29
(per 30g)

Blue poppy seeds are tiny, kidney-shaped and have a sweet nutty flavour.  It is for that flavour that they are used in many bakery goods and cooked dishes.  They are very popular in European cooking, and are mainly used in cakes, bread, muffins, cookies and pastries, etc.

These seeds have a great amount of oil in them, so they are also crushed to get the oil and it is used in salad dressings, curries and sauces.

Brown Linseed/Flaxseed

£0.18
(per 100g)

Flaxseed is a plant that is cultivated for its oil-rich seeds.

Flaxseeds have a nutty flavour and are excellent sprinkled on salads, cereals, and yoghurt. Try stirring 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseed into your favourite fruit/vegetable juice, or milk.

The all natural oil, packed with omega 3, is also known as Linseed Oil and it is highly recommended for general well being and nutrition.

Caraway Seeds

£0.32
(per 30g)

Caraway Seeds are actually a fruit! The dried fruits or seeds, brownish in colour are hard and sharp to touch. They have a pleasing odour, fragrant flavour and leave a somewhat warm feeling in the mouth.

Caraway seeds contain significant moisture, protein, fat, substantial amount of carbohydrates besides ash, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, iron, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin. They also contain vitamins C and A.

Use them in soups, coleslaws, potato salads, and throw a few in when cooking cabbage. Caraway has been known to be a gas-releasing and anti-spasmodic digestive aid due to its essential oils, which are carvone, carveol, and limonene. These oils make caraway a valid remedy for flatulence, colic, and bloating. In addition, the limonene released when chewing fresh caraway seeds is said to help combat poor breath.

Cardamom Green Ground

£1.11
(per 30g)

Cardamom comes from South India, Sri Lanka, Guatemala, Tanzania and Brazil.

It has a pungent, warm aroma and a fresh, mild taste, that complements other herbs and curry spices. Cardamom is a common ingredient in Indian cooking being one of the spices used in Garam Masala and is an essential ingredient for Pilau Rice.  

Cardamom is contained in many liquors and is also used in cakes, biscuits and milk desserts and is often used in Nordic baking such as Finnish or Scandinavian sweet breads.

Chia Seeds Dark

£0.75
(per 100g)

Chia Seeds are a superfood that contains high amounts of protein, fiber and tons of minerals. when used in a meal or a drink also gives a boost of Energy and Hydration. Chia seeds holds 10 times their weight in water.

Use in your drinks, smoothies, and meals for an added nutritional boost.

Cumin Seeds Organic

£0.96
(per 30g)

Organic Cumin Seed Whole

The dried fruit of an annual plant related to parsley and indigenous to the upper Nile, Cumin has a warm, spicy taste, with a biting edge, similar to caraway but earthy rather than sweet, and extremely aromatic. Cumin, either whole or ground, features in most Indian savoury mixtures and curry seasonings and is also an important ingredient of Garam Masala.

For a change of pace, try ground Cumin added to tangy lime or lemon based marinades. Or, add Cumin to chilli, spicy stews, barbecue marinades, and sauces.

Heat Cumin and garlic in olive oil and drizzle over cooked vegetables or potatoes. Cumin seeds, rather than ground Cumin, will retain their potency for extended periods of time.

Fenugreek Seed

£0.30
(per 30g)

Fenugreek Whole

Fenugreek has a flavour similar to maple and roasted sugar. It is primarily used in curry powders but can also be used for pickling and in breads, casseroles, chutneys, and soups.

The raw seeds are bitter, so it is recommended to toast them before use.

Golden Linseed Organic

£0.40
(per 100g)

Flax or Linseed is cultivated in cooler parts of the world as a food source.

Flax seeds contain the highest quantity of lignans of any plants are also a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. Lignans have both plant oestrogen properties and also antioxidant properties whilst omega-3 is one of the important, beneficial fatty acids that western diets are often deficient in.

To gain the most benefit from linseed it is best to grind it up before eating - it can then be added to juices and smoothies or sprinkled on hot or cold cereal (with an added benefit of increasing the protein content of your breakfast/Juice/smoothie. Start by having just 2 tablespoons each day and build up gradually to 3 or 4 - never more than 6 in a day.

Flaxseed is high in fibre and will keep you feeling full for longer making it an aid for those who want to control their weight. It will also help to keep you regular!

Kept in an opaque, airtight container these flax seeds could last up to a year kept in your refrigerator - however, the benefits are so great that we imagine that you will use them much more quickly and will keep coming back for more.

Ground Linseed Organic

£0.68
(per 100g)

Organic ground flaxseed (linseed)
Whole flaxseed which are best soaked or ground before use.  If you prefer the convenience of using it straight from the bag then this ground linseed is the best choice for you.

You can simply sprinkle the ground linseed over porridge or yoghurt for a nutritional hit.  Flaxseed is also a great binder so it can be added to soups or stews to help them thicken or to help gluten free flours bind.

One 30g serving of organic ground flaxseed is high in protein, fibre, B1, magnesium and manganese.  Flaxseed is actually one of the richest sources of plant based omega 3 fatty acids (also called alpha-linolenic acid – ALA).

Hemp Seeds Shelled Organic

£2.70
(per 100g)

Organic Hullled Hemp Seeds

Hemp contains a perfect balance of Omega 3 and 6.

Directions for use: Use as a cooking ingredient to add a delicious, nutty, crunchy flavour; sprinkle on muesli, cereal or porridge; stir into a glass of milk or juice; or simply whiz up in a smoothie!

Natural Sesame Seeds

£0.72
(per 100g)

These seeds are rich in protein and in polyunsaturated oil. They have a rich, nutty, sweet flavour which allows them to be used in many different dishes.

Use Sesame Seeds with salads, fish, poultry and meat dishes, add to stir fried vegetables, bean and noodles dishes, cheese spreads and egg salads, butter or cheese sauces, cakes and cookies, and butter spreads and breads.

Sesame Seeds are a versatile ingredient to have on hand.

Omega Seed Mix Organic

£0.72
(per 100g)

Organic Omega Seed Mix ingredients: Organic Pumpkin Seeds (33%), Organic Sunflower Seeds (33%), Organic Linseeds (17%), Organic Sesame seeds (17%).

A mixture of Organic Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Sesame Seeds, linseeds and Organic Sunflower Seeds.

Omega Seed Mix is a nutritious seed mixture that is high in omega-3 and 6 and fibre. Enjoy sprinkled on your breakfast cereals or over salads to turbocharge your meals with extra goodness.

Alternatively enjoy as a snack anytime.

Organic Alfalfa Seeds

£2.24
(per 100g)

Organic alfalfa seeds are highly nutritious and perfect for sprouting at home. Alfalfa seeds can sprout within 7-10 days - ready for you to wash and use immediately so that you have fresh, raw sprouts to use at meal times. Sprinkle organic alfalfa seeds on top of salads and stir fries for a quick and easy nutritious boost. High in vitamin C, vitamin K and calcium these tiny seeds will sprout 1-2 inches long and are a great way of boosting your daily vitamins and minerals.

To sprout your own alfalfa seeds, try the following:

Sprinkle alfalfa seeds sparingly at the bottom of a container or jar

Pour 2 inches of water into jar

Cover with a cheesecloth or sprouting lid and leave to soak for 8-12 hours overnight

Drain the water through the cheesecloth and refill with fresh water to rinse again, drain completely

Place jar in a dark, dry location

Rinse alfalfa seeds/sprouts daily (every 8-12 hours)  to rehydrate and continue the sprouting process, this should be repeated every 3-5 days

Once they have fully sprouted (about 1-2 inch long) place in direct sunlight to activate the enzymes

Wash thoroughly before use and top your favourite salad or open sandwich for a nutritious addition to a healthy meal.

 

 

Pumpkin Seeds

£0.86
(per 100g)

Pumpkin Seeds are flat green ovals  that come from field pumpkins. They have chewy texture with a sweet, almost nutty taste.

Pumpkin Seeds can be added as a sprinkle or garnish to salads or baking. They can also be eaten as either a raw snack, or you could try try roasting them. Use Gas Mark 5, 190 Celsius, 375 Fahrenheit and roast for for 10-15 minutes.  If the seeds start popping, simply turn the oven down.


Pumpkin Seeds contain a iron, selenium, calcium, B vitamins and beta-carotene, which the body converts into vitamin A and a number of other essential nutrients. They are also a great source of protein and unsaturated fats, including omega-3.

Pumpkin Seeds Organic

£0.99
(per 100g)

Organic Pumpkin Seeds are flat green ovals that come from field pumpkins. They have chewy texture with a sweet, almost nutty taste.

Pumpkin Seeds can be added as a sprinkle or garnish to salads or baking. They can also be eaten as either a raw snack, or you could try try roasting them. Use Gas Mark 5, 190 Celsius, 375 Fahrenheit and roast for for 10-15 minutes.  If the seeds start popping, simply turn the oven down.

Pumpkin Seeds contain a iron, selenium, calcium, B vitamins and beta-carotene, which the body converts into vitamin A and a number of other essential nutrients. They are also a great source of protein and unsaturated fats, including omega-3.

Sesame Seeds Organic

£0.75
(per 100g)

These Organic seeds are rich in protein and in polyunsaturated oil. They have a rich, nutty, sweet flavor which allows them to be used in many different dishes.

Use Sesame Seeds with salads, fish, poultry and meat dishes, add to stir fried vegetables, bean and noodles dishes, cheese spreads and egg salads, butter or cheese sauces, cakes and cookies, and butter spreads and breads. Sesame Seeds are a versatile ingredient to have on hand.

Sunflower Seeds

£0.39
(per 100g)

Sunflower Kernels.

These Sunflower Seeds are hulled meaning that they have had the hard outer layer removed making it easier to access the nutrition inside the seed.

These little powerhouses of nutrition are great all round for providing lots of useful vitamins and mineral. They are, for example, a wonderful source of Vitamin E which promotes good skin and hair health. they also contain manganese, magnesium, selenium, copper, Vitamin B1 and B6, folate to name but a few. Magnesium is good for your muscles, good for your skeleton and good for your nervous system, it helps to promote good moods. Selenium is an antioxidant that is good for thyroid health.

Packed with protein and fibre sunflower kernels make a good snack that you can carry around with you. You could try dry roasting to bring out the flavour and add your favourite seasoning
You could also try sprinkling a small handful on your salad or on your breakfast cereal to give both a mighty nutritional boost.

White Chia Seeds

£1.00
(per 100g)

Chia seeds add a subtle nutty flavor to everything from smoothies to cakes and other sweet treats to savoury dishes. Chia seeds are a great source of protein, fibre and calcium. Try adding chia seeds to your juice or yogurt for a healthy boost.

White Poppy Seeds

£0.42
(per 30g)

White poppy seeds are perhaps less well-known than their blue counterparts. As such they'll give your recipes a real talking point, with a striking visual appearance delightful crunch and subtle but significant flavour. White poppy seeds are especially great for making crackers, crispbreads and homemade baking as well as snacking, stir fries and oriental dishes.

 

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.

     
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