Sprouting grains, beans and legumes is a time-honoured tradition passed down from our wise ancestors thousands of years ago. Many to this day continue to sprout in their own kitchens and among their families to reap the incredible health benefits of these beans, grains and legumes all year long. In this blog, we’ll be taking a closer look at what sprouting is and why it’s vital to our health. Let’s look at this in more detail!
Though modern society is brimming with easy access to fast food, suspiciously-labelled grocery items and conflicting nutritional research, consumers are beginning to speak more openly about their desire for higher quality foods to feed their families, and are becoming more willing to pursue and purchase foods made using traditionally prepared methods and ingredients that are wholesome, nourishing, and good for the environment.
Looking for a bite-sized snack? Or something to take your get together or barbecue to the next level? These Organic Spelt Crusted Mozzarella Balls are your answer. Easy to make and using only a few ingredients, this quick app is sure to leave your guests and family drooling for more and eager to learn how they’re made. These Mozzarella Balls and filled with a warm ooey, gooey centre, and covered in our very own Organic Sprouted Spelt Breadcrumbs, made from our Organic Spelt Bread which is traditionally produced with artisan baking methods.
Enjoy this easy to prepare and hearty stuffing this Thanksgiving weekend. Filled with mushrooms, olives, walnuts and of course ShaSha Bread, this vegetarian stuffing recipe will be the perfect side to your Thanksgiving turkey. Enjoy! Continue reading
Ensuring our children eat a healthy, well balanced meal at lunch is vital to their school day, mood and productivity. That said, it’s not as hard as you may think to ensure your children actually enjoy their healthy lunches and receive all the nutrients and nourishment they need to get through the school day. We have provided some tips below on ways to prepare a well-balanced lunch for you children. Continue reading