Khorasan wheat – commercially known as Kamut – has long been overlooked by the public, but it’s one of a number of ancient grains that have been starting to gain traction in the past year. Millet, quinoa, spelt and farrow have been climbing the ranks for a while now, and we recently published a feed on… Read more »
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The exotic coconut has become so loved, it’s even found its way onto one of Tesco’s Tesco Finest range Easter eggs in the form of a creamy white chocolate egg with toasted coconut accompanied with coconut truffles – retailing at £10. Hoppy Easter!
The drumstick tree, otherwise known as moringa, is native to northern India, and its edible fruit, seeds and leaves are popular ingredients in South Asian cooking. Packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, it is a naturally healthy functional food. The immature fruit – which are actually elongated seed pods that look not unlike okra – are commonly… Read more »