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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.

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.

Buckwheat Flakes Organic

£0.58
(per 100g)

Organic Buckwheat Flakes.

They are highly nutritious, have no added sugar, and make a great component of home-made muesli. They're also great when you want to make some tasty buckwheat pancakes.

Buckwheat hulled
Unroasted buckwheat is often used a side dish, similar to quinoa or cous cous, it will pick up incorporated flavours.

It’s also commonly used for porridge. For Kasha - the original roasted buckwheat version, simply toast the buckwheat in a skillet for 4-5 minutes first.

It’s often advised to be soaked prior to cooking to reduce phytic acid, but it’s not essential if you haven’t time.

Coarse Semolina

£0.25
(per 100g)

Coarse Semolina is made from the hard part of Durum Wheat. This coarse ground Semolina is a rich source of protein and other minerals that make it very beneficial for health. Semolina is suitable for people with diabetes as it has a low Glycemic index which helps to regulate the blood sugar levels. It high protein and fibre content gives a feel of satiety which in turn helps in weight management.

Coarse Semolina is used for dusting bread and for making porridge, soups and gravies.

Corn Couscous Organic

£0.88
(per 100g)

Corn couscous is a fantastic substitute for those that need a gluten-free alternative for wheat couscous.

While normal couscous is just made of durum wheat semolina, gluten free couscous is made out of 100% maize (corn).

To cook add equal amounts of corn couscous and boiling water and allow to absorb.

Couscous

£0.19
(per 100g)

This renowned middle easter ingredient owes its popularity to its versatility.

It is the perfect base for an infinite variety of vegetarian and vegan recipes: from stews to salads and tagines.

Just add water! Leave to stand for 5 minutes to allow the couscous to absorb the water. Fluff the couscous with a fork to separate the grains. Serve immediately with your favourite condiments.

For extra richness, fork through a knob of butter or drizzle over a little olive oil.

Fine Oatmeal Organic

£0.37
(per 100g)

Oats are one of the finest grains available. Extremely versatile, use them in the morning for an energising porridge breakfast, as a coating for your savoury dishes, or for all your overnight soak oats recipes.

Oats are high in potassium, have useful amounts of calcium and are also a fair source of protein whilst being high in both soluble and insoluble fibre (great for healthy digestion and proven to help lower cholesterol). They are also moderately rich in B vitamins, B1, B2 and especially inositol, and their carbohydrates provide a long slow delivery of energy to our systems.

This product contains Gluten.

Giant White Couscous

£0.98
(per 100g)

Giant white couscous is a classic, puffy and delightfully stodgy food. Use its matchless umami flavour to make exceptional salads, Meriterranean dishes, soups, vegetable medleys and a whole host of other tasty, wholesome recipes.

This product contains gluten.

Gluten Free Organic Buckwheat Flakes.

These pure buckwheat flakes  are highly nutritious, have no added sugar, and make a great component of home-made muesli. They're also great when you want to make some tasty buckwheat pancakes.

Gluten Free Jumbo Oats

£0.42
(per 100g)

Gluten Free Jumbo Oats are so versatile – a true cupboard staple.  If you have sensitivity to gluten and need to be sure there is no cross-contamination in your oats then these are the ones for you.

Jumbo oats are large and flat and give more bite to your porridge than the rolled ones.  It really does come down to personal preference.  If you prefer the softer rolled oats for a more creamy concoction then shop for our gluten free porridge oats.

You may already know that porridge oats are a source of beta-glucans, but do you know what they do?  Consumption of beta-glucans from oats as part of a meal contributes to the reduction of the blood glucose rise after that meal (this is why porridge keeps you going).

Gluten Free Porridge Oats

£0.42
(per 100g)

Eating a bowl of porridge will kick-start your day and keep you on the move until lunchtime and beyond. If you have sensitivity to gluten and need to be sure there is no cross-contamination in your oats then these are the ones for you.

Oats are a prime source of both soluble and insoluble fibre. The soluble fibre will become a viscous gel in your digestive system slowing down the passage of food through the gut, lowering your cholesterol and helping to stabilise your blood glucose levels. The insoluble fibres will help to provide a 'moving' experience by curtailing constipation and promoting intestinal health.

Oats are a good source of carbohydrate as their slow digestion means they won't have a detremental effect on your blood sugar levels.

Jumbo Oats

£0.19
(per 100g)

Jumbo Oats are so versatile – a true cupboard staple.

Jumbo oats are large and flat and give more bite to your porridge than the rolled ones.  It really does come down to personal preference.  If you prefer the softer rolled oats for a more creamy concoction then shop for our gluten free rolled oats.

You may already know that porridge oats are a source of beta-glucans, but do you know what they do?  Consumption of beta-glucans from oats as part of a meal contributes to the reduction of the blood glucose rise after that meal (this is why porridge keeps you going).

Jumbo Oats Organic

£0.25
(per 100g)

Organic Jumbo Oats are so versatile – a true cupboard staple.

Organic Jumbo Oats contain Beta-Glucans. Oats are most commonly used for making warming porridge but they can be used for so many things; oats make a great crumble topping, creamy face mask, rich milky bath or crumbly biscuit.

Allergens: gluten

 

 

Millet Flakes Organic

£0.72
(per 100g)

Organic Millet Flakes

Millet flakes are cooked very quickly in just seven minutes and standing is not necessary. Add to other flakes for a varied breakfast cereal. Delicious with fresh fruit and yoghurt.

Nutritionally, millet closely resembles oats. Millet is rich in iron and minerals, particularly silicon. It also has a naturally small gluten content.

Pearl Barley Flakes Organic

£0.19
(per 100g)

Organic Pearl Barley Flakes

Pearl Barley Flakes are hulled pearl barley that is then rolled (flattened), similar to rolled oats for porridge. Often used as an ingredient in baked goods such as bread, muffins and cookies.

Try mixing it 50:50 with oatmeal for a hot breakfast (minute and a half in the microwave) use 2 to 3 times as much water as flakes and oatmeal until you find your ideal level. Or use a little bit in pancakes! Barley flakes are a good source of fibre.

Pinhead Oatmeal

£0.19
(per 100g)

Pinhead Oatmeal is also commonly known as steel cut oats. Pinhead oatmeal is simply whole oats that have been cut into two or three pieces using steel cutters. This results in a rough, coarse oatmeal ideal for making traditional porridge. They have a wonderful texture and are easy to prepare and have many nutritional benefits. Oatmeal contains many essential nutrients, most notable dietary fibre which is essential for digestive health. It also helps keep you full for a long time. Oatmeal is also a good source of iron, magnesium and B vitamins. This product is extremely versatile and can be used for a number of dishes including a hot cereal, risotto, dumplings, chunky porridge and it can also be used to add texture to soups, stews and sauces.

Pinhead Oats Organic

£0.32
(per 100g)

Organic Pinhead Oatmeal is also commonly known as steel cut oats. Pinhead oatmeal is simply whole oats that have been cut into two or three pieces using steel cutters. This results in a rough, coarse oatmeal ideal for making traditional porridge. They have a wonderful texture and are easy to prepare and have many nutritional benefits. Oatmeal contains many essential nutrients, most notable dietary fibre which is essential for digestive health. It also helps keep you full for a long time. Oatmeal is also a good source of iron, magnesium and B vitamins. This product is extremely versatile and can be used for a number of dishes including a hot cereal, risotto, dumplings, chunky porridge and it can also be used to add texture to soups, stews and sauces.

Polenta

£0.17
(per 1)

Maize meal.
Medium ground maize meal for polenta. This corn meal/maize meal is ready to make polenta,

For every 250g of polenta, bring a litre of water almost to boiling, then add the polenta and keep stirring on a medium/low heat, until the reaching a creamy and thick consistency.

Perfect topped with oven roasted vegetables, porcini mushrooms and mozzarella.

Popcorn Organic

£0.30
(per 100g)

Dried Maize Kernels.

Dried maize kernels for popping. Place in a hot pan with oil in the bottom and ensure the lid is on securely.
After a while and with sufficient temperature the corn will begin to "pop". Keep stirring the popcorn, or shake the pan with the lid on, to ensure the un-popped corn gets to the bottom where the heat is.

Popcorns are delicious both sweet and savoury. Have them classic with salt and/or sugar, give them a different twist by adding some smoked paprika, and try switching butter with coconut oil.

Porridge Oats

£0.19
(per 100g)

Eating a bowl of porridge will kick-start your day and keep you on the move until lunchtime and beyond.

Oats are a prime source of both soluble and insoluble fibre. The soluble fibre will become a viscous gel in your digestive system slowing down the passage of food through the gut, lowering your cholesterol and helping to stabilise your blood glucose levels. The insoluble fibres will help to provide a 'moving' experience by curtailing constipation and promoting intestinal health.

Oats are a good source of carbohydrate as their slow digestion means they won't have a detremental effect on your blood sugar levels.

Quinoa Grain Organic

£0.60
(per 100g)

Quinoa (keen-wah) has been cultivated for over 5,000 years and came from South America.

Although classified as a grain it is actually the fruit of the Goosefoot plant. It is a small, round grain and is used in everything from breakfast cereal, soups, stews, salads and bread.

Quinoa seed is high in protein, calcium and iron, a relatively good source of vitamins E, C and several of the B group. Also contains fibre. It has an almost perfect balance of all eight essential amino acids needed for tissue growth. Quinoa is a balanced amino acid source of high quality, complete protein with a low glycaemic index.

Quinoa Grain Tricolour

£0.97
(per 100g)

Quinoa are small and round seeds, about as big as couscous. Quinoa is considered “a complete protein” containing all 8 amino acids essential for human nutrition.  Tricolour Quinoa is made by a balanced combination of organic white, red and black quinoa. The darker colour and earthy grain-like flavour of the black and red quinoa is balanced with the softer texture and lighter flavour of the white quinoa. This results in a colourful, nutritious combination of texture and flavour.

It can be substituted in any recipe calling for rice or cous cous and is also great salads. It can also be used to bulk out soups and stews.

Quinoa contains no gluten ingredients and is a good source of protein, rich in essential amino acids, vitamins B2, E and A and contains more iron than any other grain.

Rye Flakes

£0.15
(per 100g)

Rye flakes are made from whole grain rye berries or groats that have usually been cut and steamed to soften them, and then rolled between steel rollers to form the flakes. This is very similar to the way that rolled oats are make.

Rye has a slightly sweeter taste than oats. They can be used for a number of different culinary uses, ranging from breakfast foods to sweet items. The flakes are an excellent source of several essential vitamins and minerals. 

Allergens - gluten.

 

 

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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