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Green Manure Red Clover

Posted on: 03/06/2019

(Trifolium pratense) A wonderful green manure, it's long taproot lifts minerals and trace elements from deep down in the soil up to the soil surface. As well as being a nitrogen fixer, once the taproot has been cut in late winter, the plant dies down and leaves behind an extensive roots system to increase the soils organic matter. Plant from Feb-Early April. Weight: 100g

How to Make Beet Sugar

Posted on: 28/04/2019

Sugar beets were originally grown to feed livestock and not really fit for human consumption. But you can make your own sugar from them. What is more, use the leftover meat of the beet as a hot or cold mash for your livestock. Waste not, want not! Beet sugar is easy to make, it doesn’t take a long time and you don’t need any special equipment. 1. Scrub your beets to get all dirt and debris off of them. 2. Thinly slice, dice or shred the beets and place them in a pot. 3. Add just enough water to cover…

Cinnamon and Chia Seed Energy Balls (Vegan & Gluten – Free)

Posted on: 14/03/2019

Ingredients 250g pitted dates 90g pecans 100g almonds 2 handfuls of sunflower seeds 2 tbsp chia seeds 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp vanilla extract Method 1. Simmer dates in a saucepan with water on a low heat for 5 minutes. 2. Whizz all other ingredients, in a food processor for a couple of seconds, until they've almost formed a flour-like consistency. 3. Drain and add dates to the food processor - making sure no water from the saucepan goes in. 4. Blend until a sticky paste is formed. 5. Using a tablespoon, scoop out the mixture, and roll into balls…

Smoky Cauliflower Hummus

Posted on: 21/02/2019

Ingredients • 1/2 head cauliflower (between 0.5 – 1 kg.), trimmed and cut into 5cm. florets (about 4 cups florets) • 4 1/2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil • About 1 tsp. smoked paprika • 2 teaspoons salt, divided • 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin • 1/4 teaspoon red chilli flakes • 2 garlic cloves, smashed and peeled • About 2 tablespoons lemon juice • 3 1/2 tablespoons well-stirred tahini Method • Preheat oven to 450°. Put cauliflower florets in a large bowl and add 1 1/2 tbsp. oil, 1 tsp. paprika, 1/2 tsp. salt, the cumin, chilli flakes, and garlic. Toss…

Large Tomato San Marzano Redorta

Posted on: 03/12/2018

(Solanum lycopersicum) A stunning paste tomato that is over twice the size of a regular San Marzano. The flavour in my opinion is also better. Approx. 25 seeds  

Large Tomato Reif Red Heart

Posted on: 03/12/2018

(Solanum lycopersicum) Lovely big, heart-shaped fruits with lots of meat in them. The flavour is superb and very few seeds per fruit. Approx. 25 seeds

Large Tomato Red Oxheart

Posted on: 03/12/2018

(Lycopersicon esculentum) A medium-sized oxheart tomato that has the classic oxheart shape and flavour. This is a great tomato for people that want a real oxheart tomato, but a regular sized one is just too large for their needs. Approx. 25 seeds  

Squash Hubbard Essex Red

Posted on: 14/11/2018

(Cucurbita maxima) Old Mother Hubbard had an orange hubbard in her cupboard. An open-pollinated hubbard variety that was originally introduced in 1883. It is a typical hubbard variety with the skin being a bright orange, very hard, thick and full of knobs. Has a delicious sweet flesh. Approx. 10 seeds

Recipe: Rejuvelac – a natural probiotic.

Posted on: 08/11/2018

If you don’t know what Rejuvelac is, you would be in good company. I did not know either! Simply put, Rejuvelac is grain water. It is made by sprouting grain and soaking the sprouted grain in water. It is very nutritious and beneficial to your digestive system. Known as a natural and healthy probiotic, it is also packed with vitamins B, K and E, proteins and enzymes. An added benefit is that it can be consumed by people who are sensitive to yeast. You can use any grain, but a soft grain seems to work best. You can use: •…

Sprouts / Microgreens Red Swiss Chards

Posted on: 07/11/2018

(Beta vulgaris) Beautiful pinkish-red Swiss Chard really stands out in any dish. High on the list of phytonutrient dense sprouts and microgreens. Flavour is great as a sprout and develops in intensity as the microgreen matures. Weight: 100g