BRASILIAN NUTS

BRASILIAN NUTS Brazil nuts are the seeds of a tree from the Skulli family called the haughty arvense (or Brazilian pine or bentwood). The plant grows in the tropical forests of the Amazon’s upper basin. They can be added raw to fruit salads, as a component of muesli, with desserts or cheeses.Chopped blanched and used […]

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ALMONDS

ALMONDS Shelled almonds, whole Net weight: 200g Almonds are ideal as a tasty snack to crunch between meals – at home, at work, on the way. They are also characterized by a delicate, sweet flavor. Almonds are very often used in the kitchen as an addition to cakes and ice cream. Usage: raw – as […]

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YEAST FLAKES

YEAST FLAKES DRIED INACTIVE YEAST 100% Net weight: 150 g Inactive yeast flakes are an irreplaceable ingredient in many vegetarian and vegan dishes. They have an amazing aroma and taste – a combination of cheese and peanut taste with a delicate sweetness. They can be used as an addition to soups, sauces, pates, sandwich pastes, […]

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INSTANT OAT FLAKES

INSTANT OAT FLAKES Net weight: 400g Oatmeal are the basis for a nutritious breakfast. They taste great as an addition to yogurt, milk, fruit or muesli. How to use: boil 200 ml of milk or water, pour 4 tablespoons of flakes, stir. Let stand for a few minutes under cover. Product may contain: peanuts, cashew […]

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OAT FLAKES

OAT FLAKES Net weight: 400g Oatmeal are the basis for a nutritious breakfast. They taste great as an addition to yogurt, milk, fruit or muesli. How to use: boil 200 ml of milk or water, add 2 tablespoons of flakes. Cook for 6 minutes stirring occasionally. Product may contain:  peanuts, cashew nuts, sesame seeds. Store […]

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SPELT FLAKES

SPELT FLAKES Net weight: 500g Spelled, also known as a spit, is an ancient variety of wheat, and its proper name is spelled wheat. Spelled flakes are tasty, filling and simple to cook. Flakes can be used as an ingredient in soups or added to home-baked bread and cereal cookies. They can also be added […]

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MILLET FLAKES

MILLET FLAKES Net weigth: 350g Millet flakes can be eaten for breakfast with the addition of milk or yogurt and dried fruit, as well as for lunch instead of potatoes or pasta. How to use: Cook flakes in the proportions of 1 glass of cereal for 2 cups of water or milk on low heat […]

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HORSETAIL

HORSETAIL Herbal tea Net weight: 25 g Horsetail contains a significant amount of the silicon compounds. The presence of silica makes the green stems of horsetail rough and fragile, and during crushing in the fingers produce a „creaky” sound, hence the name of this plant.In turn, the English name of horsetail refers to its appearance […]

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NETTLE LEAF

NETTLE LEAF Herbal tea Net weight: 30 g How to use: 2 tablespoons (about 2 g) pour a glass (200 ml) of boiling water and steamed for about 15 minutes. The product should not be consumed by people with hypersensitivity to the list of nettles. Ingredients: dried nettle leaves, cut (Urtica dioica folium) 100% Product […]

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MINT LEAF

MINT LEAF Herbal tea Net weight: 30 g Mint is one of the most aromatic herbs that works well as an excellent addition to the kitchen. Dried mint leaves emphasize the taste of sauces, cocktails. With mint, you can also prepare a brew for drinking or add it to tea. How to use: 2 tablespoons […]

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