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Chia and Banana Split

Chia seeds and berries are both packed with antioxidants, minerals, fiber, and plant-based omega-3 fatty acids. With summer nearly in full swing, tropical fruit can serve as the perfect versatile dessert or refreshing breakfast. Fresh seasonal ingredients are always the best option and will never disappoint in terms flavour and

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Cauli-chick-noa Bliss

Quinoa is a complete protein. A complete protein contains all nine essential amino acids that your body can’t produce on its own. Essential amino acids are the building blocks for protein that our body needs to function properly. Make sure to include this nutrient-dense, fibre-filled grain as a pantry staple,

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Simply Sublime Sandesh Mithai

Desserts can in fact be made to be healthy and satisfying, This Sandesh Mithai contains ricotta cheese, which is a good source of low-fat protein, and it contains some calcium. Pistachio nuts contain healthy fats and are rich in lutein and zeaxanthin, which are important antioxidants for eye health. Try

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Red Sorghum Porridge with Banana Toffee

Did you know? Red sorghum is rich in phytochemicals such as polyphenols, anthocyanins, tannins, and flavonoids, which act as antioxidants. 3-deoxyanthocyanidins are exclusively found in sorghum. Sorghum has the highest content of phenolic compounds among cereals, reaching up to 6%. Don’t miss out on this amazing staple in your diet.

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Proudly SA Trail Mix

The reason why some part of a fresh ingredient might sometimes be thrown away is because you do not always know whether it can be used, and how. If it happens that a potato needs to be peeled, make sure to keep the yummy skins. These can be whipped up

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Sweet Potato with Quinoa Salsa and a Creamy Dressing

Did you know that quinoa is a ‘pseudocereal grain’? It is gluten-free, high in anti-inflammatory compounds (quercetin and keampferol), and rich in fibre. While it is consumed like a grain, it is in fact not a true grain. Adding nutrient- and fibre-rich ingredients to everyday dishes is an easy way

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Chia Coffee Breakfast Bowl

Chia seeds contain 85 – 93% insoluble fiber. This is fermented in the gut to promote short-chain fatty acids which improves colon health. Fibre slows down glucose absorption and keeps you fuller for longer. Caffeine has multiple potential health benefits, the most well-known benefit being the “pick-me-up” effect it has.

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