Help yourself to as many bean/chips/peas/grains as you need
Its not just muesli, Its deluxe muesli.
Previously known as "man sized oats" before the 1980s
"It's meant to stick together"
Used to make Seitan \.../
Traditionally sprinkled on buttered bread by your gran.
Salty or Sweet?
Very Addictive cheesy flakes and used in the metabolism of every cell of the human body: it is a cofactor in DNA synthesis....obviously
For cleaning and baking, genius.
It's not bicarb.
Delicious in Arepas.
The best news is that it's grown in the U.K by Hodmedods.
Suitable for Vegans
We can't guarantee anything in the shop is 100% GF as we do sell loose flour.
For when you want pasta but you are day 1 into healthy eating.
" I cant believe it's not rice"
Like pick up sticks
an excellent source of B complex vitamins like thiamin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, niacin, folate and pyridoxine. It contains minerals like manganese, selenium, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus and zinc. It also contains Vitamin E and Vitamin C.
Good for your eyes and your bones.
Also known as a Cobnut.
Good for your heart which is kind of important.
Delicious on cereal.
First Cultivated in Ancient Egypt.
Aka Almond Flour.
Currently 10/kg in Tesco
My third favourite toasted food after bread and marshmallows.
Google Chia pet.
Currently 9/kg in Sainsburys
Probably better than Raisins not covered in chocolate.
No nutritional benefits.
Worth pawning your car for
Organic mangos evil sister.
My nans favourite.
One of the healthier addictions.
Never buy another washing up liquid bottle again.
For environmentally conscious people with soft hands that do dishes, there's mild clear washing up liquid.
Soft, Soft, Soft
Economical to use. For all washable surfaces, floors, tiles and painted wood
Refillable liquid hand soap.
Cleans the loo.
Made to order roasted peanut butter 6.50/kg
Dont be alarmed by the cost per kg usually you buy them by the gram.
Currently 83/kg in Sainsburys
Makes everything delicious.
Traditionally served with chicken and lamb but also amazing with bean dishes.
Most commonly made from tomatoe peppers
Lightly toasted and then ground or used whole to add flavor to bread or curry dishes.
Scientific name: Brassica juncea.
Currently 54/kg in Sainsburys
This herb contains diosgenin, a special component that boosts estrogen levels in the body :taking this herb regularly will result in bigger thighs, breasts, hips and buttocks ....."fact"
Makes anyone a chef
A staple of South Indian cooking, curry leaves are used in Indian and South East Asian cuisine in the same way as bay leaves are used in the West.
I relabeled all the herbs in the cupboard.......
I'm not in trouble yet but the thyme is cumin
Coriander seed is listed as one of the original ingredients in the secret recipe for Coca-Cola
For that at home Pizza Hut experience.
Plus a spoon will get you £200 from you've been framed .
Might increase your metabolism.
Currently from £33.33p to 58/kg in Sainsburys
A lovely cuppa.
"Massive chocolate notes, big body and caramelised cherry like fruity finish. "
99.9% caffeine free and bursting with flavours reminiscent of almond, molasses and cocoa.
Cherry, plum and almond flavours from this bean ground at altitude in Columbia.
Flavours of Honey, gooseberry and sweet cherry tomato from this Rwandan coffee picked in small batches.
"It is thought that the blending of teas specifically for breakfast originated in Edinburgh in the 19th century."
This whole leaf tea is light as a feather and usually comes in 40g bags.
A sweet red delicious South African tea