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24/09/16

Permalink 11:27:00 am, by adminb Email , 158 words   English (GB) latin1
Categories: Organic Strawberries, Sharon Fruit

• Guest Blogger: Post 1

Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/03/05/the-slow-death-of-the-home-cooked-meal

Black Kale aka Cavolo Nero, the Star of Winter Menus ....

A couple of years ago I came across this deep green vegetable with slender curly leaves ...

• Guest Blogger: Post 2

• Sharon Fruit is a delicious winter fruit with orange coloured flesh

and a sweet flavour, yet it is not known by many ...

• Guest Blogger: Post 3

• This recipe is vegetarian, but not vegan!

• Life is Sweet with a slice of Spelt Apple Cake with Almond glaze

Spelt is an ancient relative of wheat that has been cultivated for over 7,000 years. Compared to wheat, it is:

Approximately 30% higher in Vitamin B1

Approximately 25% higher in Vitamin B6

Approximately 45% higher in Vitamin E

Higher in unsaturated fatty acids

Up to 40% higher in protein

Spelt also contains less gluten than wheat, however it is not suitable for those with celiac disease/gluten allergy

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