Search

Coriander

SKU: SM-COR-50G
£1.00
decrease increase

We check all our prices against the high street.

We only offer for sale the best market fresh produce that is availabe.  We go to extrordinary lengths to ensure this.

Please remember that most fresh products are seasonal.

Please bear in mind that food prices fluctuate throughout the year. 

Storage

Keep Refrigerated

Produced in a European country

Net contents approx. 50g

Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

101g

Fat

1.7g

of which saturates

0.5

Carbohydrate

24g

of which sugars

0

Protein

6g

Salt

0

We check all our prices against the high street.

We only offer for sale the best market fresh produce that is availabe.  We go to extrordinary lengths to ensure this.

Please remember that most fresh products are seasonal.

Please bear in mind that food prices fluctuate throughout the year. 

Storage

Keep Refrigerated

Produced in a European country

Net contents approx. 50g

Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

101g

Fat

1.7g

of which saturates

0.5

Carbohydrate

24g

of which sugars

0

Protein

6g

Salt

0

Write your own review
  • Only registered users can write reviews
*
*
Bad
Excellent
*
*
*
*
Customers who bought this item also bought

Avocado

Once considered exotic, nowadays avocados are all over the place: showing up in recipes for salads, smoothies, sandwiches and dips. When eaten in a salad or as a side dish avocados are treated as a vegetable.

Valuable source of Vitamin E, B6 and Potassium. There is some confusion that leads to concern that this delicious, nutritious produce is fattening. They do contain fat but not the kind of fat that is harmful. The fat found in avocados is monounsaturated fat and it has been suggested that eating foods ,such as avocados, that contain the right kind of fat, lowers cholesterol and may even lower the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Enjoy avocados without the feelings of guilt usually associated with other high fat foods especially chocolate, biscuits and cake each of which contain the wrong kind of fat (saturated fat) and often lead to common health complaints especially when consumed in large quantities. If you are going to include saturated fat in your diet it is probably best to consume butter, coconut oil and palm oil because these fats are usually consumed in far smaller quantities.

This larger, smooth skinned variety is typically eaten with bread, especially hard dough bread or with bulla a round basic firm sweet cake, When eaten with bread and bulla avocados function as cheese or butter.

ADD this product to your SUBSCRIPTION BOX (Small, Medium, Large, Soup, Immunity). Saving you time and ensuring a regular supply of tropical/healthy products are delivered to your home - whatever the climate!
£2.50

Spring Onion

You might hear the spring onion referred to as scallion or green onion. The name varies but it is essentially the same thing and including in world cooking.

You can uses the whole onion, not just the white bulb at the end but also the green stalks.

They can be eaten hot or cold in salads. Carefully wash the spring onion before use. Often in haste to get these products from the field to the hands of the customer they skip on some of the washing process. So it is not unusual to find that they contain some soil and the odd bug or 2. This speed is needed as spring onions perish rapidly.

Keep buying them as they are packed with essential nutrients needed to support the immune system - vitamin A, C, B2 as well as the lesser known vitamins such as copper, phosphorus, magnesium. Spring onions or scallion if that is what you know them as, provide potassium. It is important to get your potassium intake from a range of fresh produce and not just from bananas.

To keep them for longer, wash and cut them up and freeze them and used them in cooking straight from the freezer.
To preserve them in the fridge, one trick is to wash and cut them up and store them in a glass jar. No need to buy on, just re-use an old jar rather than recycling it. Re-using items is a good habit to adopt.

ADD this product to your shopping cart, SUBSCRIPTION BOX or Wishlist. Saving you valuable time when you check out and ensuring that a regular supply of tropical/healthy products are delivered to your home - whatever the climate!
£0.55

Okra 143g

Okra also known by its nickname "ladies' fingers". has many health benefits. It is high in Vitamin C and is therefore, an antioxidant.

Okra, is unique in that although classed and used as a vegetable (it is actually a fruit due to the many seeds).

Okra it a good source of protein. Protein can be hard to get if you are following a restrictive diet.

Okra has a reputation of being slimy. The slime only appears if okra is over cooked. Add it near the end of the cooking process if adding it to meat or fish.

Better still cook it separately and serve it as a side dish. That way you won't offend anyone who has yet to convert to its taste. Some people love it, some people hate it. My advice is eat it anyway it is very good for you. A good source of fibre and protein. Contains Vitamin B, C and Vitamin K. Minerals including manganese, folic acid, magnesium. Helpful doses of phytochemicals that help to improve mental health, protect kidney and the liver and can dampen down allergic reactions that are common in the Springtime: asthma and hayfever.

Make okra chips by cooking okra for one or 2 minutes in a heated pan over a medium flame. If you use a good quality pan you won't even need any oil. Sprinkle with sea salt or pink Himalayan salt and serve immediately.

If you are diabetic, okra is a useful weapon in reducing insulin level. This can be done by adding sliced okra , raw to a bottle of water. Leave it in the fridge over night and drink the water during the following day.

ADD this product to your shopping cart, SUBSCRIPTION BOX or Wishlist. Saving you valuable time when you check out and ensuring that a regular supply of tropical/healthy products are delivered to your home - whatever the climate!
£1.16

Wild Ginger 190g

This wild ginger is grown in tropical climates and is imported to the UK from places like Uganda, Rwanda and Jamaica.

It is finer, fiery and more potent than other gingers.

Use it as a food ingredient in the ways you expect.

In tropical countries, where this type of ginger is grown it is also used in an additional way. It is washed and chewed skin on! Used in this way it is said to ward off chest complaints, coughs, colds and flu like symptoms. Ginger is efficient alternative choice due to its anti-inflammatory, anti viral and anti bacterial qualities.

Ginger can be boiled and used as a tea to limit nausea. If you don't have time to do this a ginger biscuit can also do the trick!

There is a possibility that ginger may thin the blood in the same way one everyday preparation (sold over the counter in lots of retail outlets) claims to do. Both ginger and the other product contain salicylates. The salicylates found ginger is entirely natural. There are times when using chemical enhancers might not be possible. Childhood and pregnancy are examples of these times. Therefore, dealing with issues naturally should alleviate any concerns.

ADD this product to your shopping cart, SUBSCRIPTION BOX or Wishlist. Saving you valuable time when you check out and ensuring that a regular supply of tropical/healthy products are delivered to your home - whatever the climate!
£1.65
Filters
Sort
display