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Refill Foods | Organic tricolour quinoa (100g)

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The quinoa plant reaches about 3-6 feet in height and prefers well-drained, can thrive well under tough environmental conditions and alkaline (salty) soil. Quinoa is an incredibly nutritious “grain-like seed” obtained from goosefoot family plant native to the highland plains of South-American Andes region. The study believed quinoa as the mother of grain (chisaya mama)”, since eating it as food would confer they prolonged healthy life.
Health benefits, of quinoa 100g quinoa seeds (grains), carry 368 calories. Its grains are moderate sources of energy, and their calorie content may be matched to that of some of the major cereals such as wheat, maize, rice, and that of pulses like chickpea, mung bean, and cowpea.
USES, Add to soups. Quinoa flour can be added to cookies or muffin recipes. Flakes are ready to eat (yogurt, salad) Quinoa is great to use in tabouli, serving as a delicious (gluten-free) substitute for the bulgar wheat with which this Middle Eastern dish is usually made. Use similar to rice. Quinoa pasta is higher in protein than wheat pasta.

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Description The quinoa plant reaches about 3-6 feet in height and prefers well-drained, can thrive well under tough environmental conditions and alkaline (salty) soil. Quinoa is an incredibly nutritious "grain-like seed" obtained from goosefoot family plant native to the highland plains of South-American Andes region. The study believed quinoa as the mother of grain (chisaya mama)”, since eating it as food would confer they prolonged healthy life. Health benefits, of quinoa 100g quinoa seeds (grains), carry 368 calories. Its grains are moderate sources of energy, and their calorie content may be matched to that of some of the major cereals such as wheat, maize, rice, and that of pulses like chickpea, mung bean, and cowpea. USES, Add to soups. Quinoa flour can be added to cookies or muffin recipes. Flakes are ready to eat (yogurt, salad) Quinoa is great to use in tabouli, serving as a delicious (gluten-free) substitute for the bulgar wheat with which this Middle Eastern dish is usually made. Use similar to rice. Quinoa pasta is higher in protein than wheat pasta. Organic dried goldenberries have a higher antioxidant capacity than apples, broccoli, and pomegranate juice. Much of the antioxidants in goldenberries are found in the many seeds found inside the fruit. USES, Add to yogurts, cereals, muesli, juice, smoothies, salads. Use in addition to raisins, goji berries, blueberries in any recipe. Eat like a healthy snack between meals. Include it in meals such as casseroles, stews, curries, soups and in the stuffing. Great tasting covered in chocolate. HEALTH BENEFITS, They are high in fiber and antioxidants Incaberries have an amazing taste sensation that starts with a sweet palate and finishes with a fine and delicate sour note. Source of pro-vitamin A. Source of vitamin C, proteins and phosphorous. The same sweet, salty and smokey nut butt you know and love but with added HEAT. Use this one as a shortcut to the perfect korma or watch it bubbling out the side of a kimchi toastie, maybe lob it in a stir fry or dip crunchy raw veg in it, just slather it on a digestive or generously heap it on hot buttered toast. Ingredients: Peanuts, Roasted Peanut Pieces, Sunflower Oil, Olive Oil, Agave Syrup, Paprika, Sesame Oil, Garlic, Salt, Chilli This one hits you with sweet hazelnut, coconut and slightly bitter & crunchy cacao nibs with coffee hanging out in the mix. Spread it on a slice of thick crunchy toast, maybe lob it on your ice cream or add it to your brownie mix, tszuj up your morning porridge or eat it off your fingers. Ingredients: Peanut, Hazelnut, Agave Syrup, Coffee extract (Sugar, Water, Chicory Extract, Dried Coffee Extract), Cocoa Powder, Coconut Oil, Sunflower Oil, Raw Cacao Nibs, Salt/span> Wonderfully delicious, almonds have long been revered as an epitome of wellness and health. The kernels are among the richest sources of health-benefiting nutrients essential for optimum health. Health benefits: A handful of almonds a day provides much of recommended levels of minerals, vitamins, and protein, indeed it contains antioxidants, vitamin E, good fats and proteins. Thanks to that, they can be a great snack to have before hitting the gym, they are also an excellent early morning energy booster and boost your immunity.
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