Apricots AustralianApricots Australian
These Australian dried apricots are premium quality – graded fancy large. They have no added sugar and are non GMO. With a lovely tangy, sweet flavour and aroma, they make a delicious, convenient snack. Great added to muesli, granola, raw food recipes and baked goods; dried apricots are a handy addition to the pantry. Soaked, or reconstituted, dried apricots also make an excellent substitute for fresh apricots when out of season.
Australian Chia SeedsAustralian Chia Seeds
Chia seeds are an amazingly versatile food. Chia originated in Mexico and is botanically part of the Mint family. These raw seeds are grown in the Atherton Tableland region of Northern Queensland without the use of insecticides. They have no added preservatives, are non GMO and have been tested to show they are free of chemical residues. Wonderful for breakfast, baking and raw foods; soak, grind or sprout these Australian grown Chia seeds in a myriad of delicious recipes.
Baking Powder Aluminium FreeBaking Powder Aluminium Free
This Baking Powder is a ready to use raising agent combining Mineral Salts and organic rice flour. You can use this Aluminium free baking powder to convert plain flour when a recipe needs Self Raising flour. When baking powder is combined with wet ingredients it produces carbon-dioxide gas, giving the lift to pancake and waffle batters or cake, muffin, pudding and biscuit mixes.
Banana Cinnamon Lunchbox BallsBanana Cinnamon Lunchbox Balls
Scrumptious lunch box sized balls combining sweet dates and crunchy pepita seeds with Organic dried banana and coconut flakes. Deliciously finished with cinnamon and made without grains or added sugar. These snack balls are 100% natural and perfectly sized.
Banana FlourBanana Flour
This Organic Banana Flour is made in Australia from Organic Cavendish bananas – grown using bio-dynamic farming techniques, without synthetic chemicals or pesticides, in the Atherton Tableland region of FNQ. The peeled bananas are naturally processed at a low temperature using gentle, low speed milling techniques. Organic Banana flour is made without any grains, is free from artificial colours, flavours or preservatives and is non GMO. Banana flour has a delicious, natural earthy flavour, that doesn’t distinctively taste of bananas. It is a pale brown colour with a light texture that is great for baking recipes, savoury or sweet dishes and a wonderful all-purpose flour.
Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is an annual culinary herb of the family Lamiaceae (mints). Basil is originally native to India, having been cultivated there for more than 5,000 years. It is now grown worldwide. The leaves may taste somewhat like anise, with a strong, pungent, often sweet aroma. Best known as a culinary herb, basil is prominently featured in Italian cuisine, and also plays a role in Southeast Asian cooking.
How to Use:
In general basil should be added at the last moment – to maintain the maximum flavour. It can be used in herb rubs for meats, or added to soups and sauces for added depth. Commonly found in Italian recipes including tomato-based pasta sauces, bean soup and herb roasted chicken. Basil can even be used in sweets such as ice-creams, and chocolate cake!
Dried Basil. Preservative Free, Non-GMO, No Added Sugar
This product contains No Known Allergens. May contain traces of allergens due to possible cross-contamination.
Store in an air tight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Up to 18 months when stored as above. See Best Before date.
Bay LeavesBay Leaves
Bay leaf or bay laurel is one of the well-recognised culinary leaf-spices in use since the earliest times. Bay leaves give off a pleasant and sweet aroma when added to dishes. Wilted and dried leaves are strongly aromatic, the fragrance is slightly floral and somewhat similiar to oregano and thyme and can be stored for months.
Bee Pollen AUBee Pollen AU
This Australian Bee Pollen is a lovely sweet superfood that can be added to smoothies and raw foods. Bee pollen has been utilised as a natural food source for 1000s of years. This pollen has a soft granular texture and is a rich golden colour, with a delectable, unique floral flavour and aroma. It has been collected from hives in Western Australia, which have been placed in forests and fields of non GMO crops.