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Apple Cider vinegar 375ml - Organic

Apple Cider vinegar 375ml - Organic

Mary-Ann's organic apple cider vinegar is the best  ever apple cider vinegar and makes best pickles everWe pray that the farmer who makes it for us, lives a long, happy and healthy life! Organically grown & certified. This vinegar has been naturally fermented in wooden vats. ..

$5.01

Apple-Raspberry wraps 80g

Apple-Raspberry wraps 80g

5-6 Individually wrapped 100% pure & raw wraps100% pure and raw - raspberries for appetite maintenance, and antioxidants galore blended with apples (for great digestive health and improved immune function) and dehydratedJust 2 simple ingredients, which brings great joy to our grandchildren and the children at our school - The Daniel Academy in Gordon's Bay - and many hundreds of other children  and many adults too, like us. A natural sweet treat, loaded with natural antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and anti oxidants - enjoy this healthy snack any time of the day ..

$3.47

Beans Kidney (red) 500g

Beans Kidney (red) 500g

Red Kidney beans are the best all purpose beans and very affordable for anyone!Beans secret ingredient is the fibre, which makes you eat less. Beans and lentils are a good source of protein, carbohydrates, B-complex vitamins and many minerals. High in folate, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, calcium and selenium. Packed with saponins, an anti-inflammatory compound which helps your immune system protect against cancer, and lowers cholesterol. Good source of fibre.   TO PREPARE: Guideline: 1 cup of dry beans will make 2 1/2 cups of cooked beans - about 4 servings.   Rinse to remove any dirt and stones Cover with 3 - 4 times the volume in warm water and soak overnight Discard old water. Add fresh water and bring to the boil Pour this water off and add a fresh batch, and continue boiling until beans are soft In place of salt try our vegetable stock for delicious flavour   Cooking time: 60 minutes for most beans, 60 minutes for lentils, 4 hours for chickpeas Baked Sweet Potatoes with chili bean topping 6-8 Sweet potatoes (baked at 180-200oC for 1 hour) Topping 1 can chickpeas or other beans (drained) 1-2 Tbsp. Mary-Ann's olive oil 1-2 tsp. Mary-Ann's Garlic & Herb salt Juice of 1-2 -1 lemons Extra chili optional 1-2 tsp. Ground cumin Pinch ground ginger Blend all topping ingredients together, until a smooth paste is formed. Adjust seasoning to suite taste. Place on top of slit sweet potatoes and serve with grilled tomato slices and baked leeks. To serve. 3-4 ripe tomatoes diced fresh coriander (cilantro) Sprinkle with Mary-Ann's Seasoning salt and bake in a hot oven until soft   ..

$2.77

Beans Kidney (white) 500g

Beans Kidney (white) 500g

White Kidney Beans Weight loss Secret ingredient - the fibre, makes you eat less Beans and lentils are a good source of protein, carbohydrates, B-complex vitamins and many minerals. High in folate, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, calcium and selenium.  Packed with saponins, an anti-inflammatory compound which helps your immune system protect against cancer, and lowers cholesterol.  Good source of fibre.   TO PREPARE: Guideline:  1 cup of dry beans will make 2 1/2 cups of cooked beans - about 4 servings Rinse to remove any dirt and stones, Cover with 3 - 4 times the volume in warm water and soak overnight Discard old water.  Add fresh water and bring to the boil Pour this water off and add a fresh batch, and continue boiling until beans are soft In place of salt try our vegetable stock for delicious flavour   Cooking time:  60 minutes for most beans, 20-  60 minutes for lentils, 4 hours for chickpeas    Tomato  & Baked Bean Soup ..

$2.77

Black-eyed Beans 500g

Black-eyed Beans 500g

Beans and lentils are a good source of protein, carbohydrates, B-complex vitamins and many minerals.  High in folate, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, calcium and selenium.  Packed with saponins, an anti-inflammatory compound which helps your immune system protect against cancer, and lowers cholesterol.  Good source of fibre.   TO PREPARE: Guideline:  1 cup of dry beans will make 2 1/2 cups of cooked beans - about 4 servings.   Rinse to remove any dirt and stones Cover with 3 - 4 times the volume in warm water and soak overnight Discard old water.  Add fresh water and bring to the boil Pour this water off and add a fresh batch, and continue boiling until beans are soft In place of salt try our vegetable stock for delicious flavour   Cooking time:  60 minutes for most beans, 60 minutes for lentils, 4 hours for chickpeas RECIPE   BLACK EYED BEAN ROLL UPS OR SOUP   1 - 3 LARGE eggplants cut into 1/2 cm slices or cubed for soup 1 - 2 Cup homemade tomato sauce or leek and tomato sauce   For Stuffing: 2 - 3 medium potatoes cut into cubes 2 medium leeks sliced 1/2 yellow, red or orange bell pepper, sliced into 1-inch-long strips 2 Cups cooked beans or 1 can black eyed beans, drained and rinsed   Seasonings: 1 tsp fresh or dried oregano 1/2 tsp dried thyme 1/2 tsp sage M-A Seasoning Salt and Garlic & Herb Salt to taste - about 1/2 tsp each   Grill the eggplant for about 5 minutes each side until golden brown and soft Dry fry the leeks until soft  Add cubed potatoes, sliceed bell pepper and saute gently. Add drained and rinsed black beans along with oregano, thyme and sage. Stir well and heat through.   Cook until the potatoes are soft,  then add cubed, cooked eggplant for soup   TO MAKE  AS SOUP Add 4 cups water and tomato puree or simmer gently until thick.  Serve with gluten free foccacia.   ..

$2.31

Brown Rice flour 500g

Brown Rice flour 500g

BROWN RICE FLOURMade from our short grained brown rice and ground by hand at our premises - fresh and nutritious with natural fibre vitamins and minerals Wheat and Gluten Free.  Easy to digest. Use in place of wheat flour.  When using rice flour in baking, add a little ground flax seeds chickpea flour to help bind the mixture.Best ever recipe Brown Rice Tortillas2 cups brown rice 2-4 cups waterhalf to 1 tsp saltBlend well and let stand and then pour into a pan and gently cookYou may have to use coconut oil to avoid stickingflip and serve or freeze or keep for up to 1 week in a cool dark place use sweet or savoury with honey and cinnamon or with chili and beans and cashew or sunflower seed mayo. ..

$2.31

Carob Powder 200g

Carob Powder 200g

Like cocoa with no drugs (caffeine) Carob powder is made from the dark brown pods of the carob tree & is not only edible, but rich in glucose and protein (up to 8%).Use to flavour anything that needs a chocolate flavour and colour.Our favourite recipe using carob powder is Macadamia fudge2 cups macadamia nuts half a cup carob powder4-8tsp. raw honeyBlend in a food processor or Thermomix until smooth and creamy, spread on a small tray or glass dish and refrigeratecut into squares and serve Carob is an evergreen flowering shrub, belonging to the pea family. Native to the Mediterranean region especially in the eastern and southern area of Spain, carob is cultivated for its edible seeds. It is found in its natural form in Southern Anatolia, Cyprus, Syria, Greece, Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya and Israel. Consumed since ancient times, it is also known as Saint John’s Bread or locust bean. The dried carob fruit is traditionally consumed on Jewish holidays and the juice is taken by Muslims, during the Islamic month of Ramadan. It is used as a substitute in making various products such as baked goods, bars, snacks, cereal, dairy products, cocoa-containing products and beverages. Read on further to know the different health and nutrition benefits of eating carob and also find its nutritional value.   Nutritional Value of Carob   Amount of Carob Flour: 1 cup Total Weight of Carob Flour: 103 g   Nutrients Amount Basic Components   Protein 4.8 g Water 3.7 g Ash 2.3 g Calories   Total Calories 229 Calories From Carbohydrate 204 Calories From Fat 6 Calories From Protein 19 Carbohydrates   Total Carbohydrate 91.6 g Dietary Fiber 41 g Sugars 50.5 g Fats & Fatty Acids   Total Fat 0.7 g Saturated Fat 0.1 g Monounsaturated Fat 0.2 g Polyunsaturated Fat 0.2 g Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids 4.1 mg Total Omega-6 Fatty Acids 218 mg Vitamins   Vitamin A 14.4 IU Vitamin C 0.2 mg Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol) 0.6 mg Thiamin 0.1 mg Riboflavin 0.5 mg Niacin 2 mg Vitamin B6 0.4 mg Folate 29.9 mcg Choline 12.3 mg Minerals   Calcium 358 mg Iron 3 mg Magnesium 55.6 mg Phosphorus 81.4 mg Potassium 852 mg Sodium 36.1 mg Zinc 0.9 mg Copper 0.6 mg Manganese 0.5 mg Selenium 5.5 mcg   Nutrition and Health Benefits of Eating Carob •    Carob tannins contain Gallic acid that works as an analgesic, anti-allergic, antibacterial, antioxidant, antiviral and antiseptic. •    Carob improves digestion and lowers cholesterol level in the blood. •    It is used for treating diarrhea in children and adults alike. •    Since it does not contain caffeine, carob benefits people with high blood pressure. •    Regular use of carob helps in preventing lung cancer. •    The vitamin E content in carob helps in treating cough, flu, anemia and osteoclasis. •    The Gallic acid in carob helps in preventing and treating polio in children. •    Carob fights against osteoporosis, due to its richness in phosphorus and calcium. •    Carob pod husks are chewed by singers to clear the voice and throat. Tips •    Carob forms an important commercial stabilizer and thickener in bakery goods, ice cream, jelly, salad dressings, cheese, bologna, sauces, salami, canned meats, fish, mustard and other food products. •    The carob powder is used as a substitute for cocoa powder or chocolate in cakes, cookies and candies. ..

$2.31

Carob-coated Energy bar 50g

Carob-coated Energy bar 50g

Raw cashews and dates - tastes like fudge, but it wont make you crazy as the sugar is completely natural and unrefined mmm..decadently good in bulk.Ingredients:Dates, cashew nutsCoating: Carob powder, Fructose (the good fructose not High fructose corn syrup) , Soy Powder, Palm Kernel Oil, Lecithin from soy to give a smooth texture, vanilla, emulsifier from castor bean.Awesome as a healthier option than chocolate - great snack, treat or lunch box filler ..

$3.08

Chickpea flour 500g

Chickpea flour 500g

Made from ground chickpeas. Also known as gramm flour. Use  to thicken sauces , can also be used in place of eggs to bind  (1 - 2 Tbs is equivalent to an egg). Just add a little filtered water to replace the water content of the egg. Gluten and wheat free RECIPE SAVOURY CHICKPEA CREPES Delicious stuffed with salad and / or neutral veg filling and served with a starch or protein meal. 1 Cup chickpea flour 1/2 Cup potato flour 1/2 tsp Mary-Ann's Herb Salt 1/2 tsp Tumeric pinch of cayenne pepper 1 1/2 Cups iced filtered water Mix all the dry ingredients together.  Gradually add the water until you have a smooth batter. Set aside for 15 minutes Heat a lightly oiled crepe pan on the stove.  Spoon in just enough batter to cover the base of the pan,  and gently cook the crepes on both sides. SWEET  CHICKPEA PANCAKES 1 Cup chickpea flour 1/2 Cup potato flour 1/2 tsp salt 2 tsp raw honey 1 1/2 Cups iced filtered water   1.   Mix the dry ingredients together. Gradually add the water until you have a smooth batter. Set aside for 15 minutes to rest. 2. Heat a lightly oiled crepe pan on the stove.  Spoon in just enough batter to cover the base of the pan and cook the crepes gently on both sides 3. Fill with M-A's Baked Muesli and sliced bananas drizzled with raw honey, or sliced bananas  and chopped dates, drizzled lightly with raw honey. ..

$1.54

Cinnamon 40g

Cinnamon 40g

Our cinnamon has the best flavour ever - I sprinkle it on everything that has honey it, its on our apple rings and in our muesli Cinnamon is great for balancing blood sugar - drink it is boiling water with honey and or ginger ..

$1.93

Coriander 40g

Coriander 40g

Dried and ground coriander - essential in curries and middle eastern dishes..

$1.93

Cumin 40g

Cumin 40g

Best cumin ever - great friend to chili, curry & hummusMary-Ann's Hummus 2 cups cooked chickpeas1 - 2 cups waterjuice of 1 large lemon 1-2 tsp Mary-Ann's Garlic & Herb salt1-6 Tbsp Mary-Ann's TahiniBlend well until smoothOr toss chickpeas in cumin and Mary-Ann's Garlic & Herb salt and roost with a little coconut oileat as is or add to shredded cabbage, grated carrots and cashew or sunflower mayonnaise for Morroccan Coleslaw - see sunflower seeds for recipe..

$1.93

Curry Powder Hot 40g

Curry Powder Hot 40g

Freshest curry powder made from an ancient Indian recipe - hot and spicy Try Mother in law's curry recipe and other recipes in Recipe Book 3or Try adding to chopped avocado with Mary-Ann's Garlic & Herb salt - eat as is or top fresh salads, baked potato, brown rice and quinoa Curried Veg and brown rice2 kg mixed vegetablesLeeks or onions – dry stir fry then add 4-6 tsp medium curry powder1 tsp coriander1 tsp turmeric1 tsp cumin1 tsp cinnamonCook with a little water then add the rest of vegetables with 1-2 cup of water Simmer gently until ready Optional add 2 cups tomato puree Serve with Mary-Ann's Brown Rice..

$1.93

Curry Powder mild 40g

Curry Powder mild 40g

Freshest curry powder made from an ancient Indian recipe - mild and spicy Try Mother in law's curry recipe and other recipes in Recipe Book 3or Try adding to chopped avocado with Mary-Ann's Garlic & Herb salt - eat as is or top fresh salads, baked potato, brown rice and quinoa Curried Veg and brown rice2 kg mixed vegetablesLeeks or onions – dry stir fry then add4-6 tsp medium curry powder1 tsp coriander1 tsp turmeric1 tsp cumin1 tsp cinnamonCook with a little water then add the rest of vegetables with 1-2 cup of waterSimmer gently until readyOptional add 2 cups tomato puree Serve with Mary-Ann's Brown Rice..

$1.93

Fructose 1kg

Fructose 1kg

Fructose Fructose is a simple sugar found abundantly in many plant foods. It takes it name from fruit where it is found at high levels. Because of its chemical structure it has a more stable effect on blood sugar and can be used by those with blood sugar imbalances as a more natural sweetener. In the UK fructose is sold as a diabetic sweetener. Fructose in powdered form is refined and therefore has no nutritional value other than carbohydrates. It should therefore be used in small quantities to help you make the transition from sucrose and or in baking. It is almost sweeter than sucrose.   High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and fructose are not the same thing. HFCS is used in highly concentrated forms in many fast foods and energy drinks. It is not clear whether the so-called side effects of high fructose corn syrup is from the corn syrup or the additives and colorants or both. We have found that hyperactive children tend to respond better to fructose than sugar and are easier to manage when using fructose as a sweetener, whereas they respond badly to HFCS.HFCS is a di-saccaride whereas Fructose is a mono-saccaride completely different chemical structures.   What is fructose? Fructose is a simple sugar that occurs naturally in foods. It gives fruits their sweet taste. Crystalline fructose obtained from processing corn or sugar is used in food and beverages as a nutritive sweetener. It is roughly 1.2 times the sweetness of table sugar in most food applications.  Although originally marketed as a health supplement, crystalline fructose became available as a food ingredient about 20 years ago. However, when compared to all other naturally occurring and added starches, syrups and sweeteners, fructose contributes only a small amount of calories to the average American diet. What is the difference between crystalline fructose and high fructose corn syrup? Crystalline fructose and high-fructose corn syrup are often mistakenly confused as the same product. Crystalline fructose is simply pure fructose in crystalline form. It's 100% fructose. High-fructose corn syrup is composed of nearly equal amounts of fructose and glucose.   What are the advantages of crystalline fructose? Crystalline fructose offers unique benefits when used in a variety of products, including improved product texture, taste and stability. When combined with other sweeteners and starches, crystalline fructose boosts sweetness, cake height (in baked goods) and mouth-feel of foods and beverages.  In addition, it produces a pleasing brown surface color and pleasant aroma when baking. Summary Fructose is sweeter than table sugar so less is needed to achieve the same sweetness, offering calorie savings. Fructose has a low Glycemic Index, compared to sucrose and HFCS ..

$5.39

Fructose 375g jar

Fructose 375g jar

Fructose FructoseFructose is a simple sugar found abundantly in many plant foods. It takes it name from fruit where it is found at high levels.Because of its chemical structure it has a more stable effect on blood sugar and can be used by those with blood sugar imbalances as a more natural sweetener. In the UK fructose is sold as a diabetic sweetener.Fructose in powdered form is refined and therefore has no nutritional value other than carbohydrates. It should therefore be used in small quantities to help you make the transition from sucrose and or in baking. It is almost sweeter than sucrose. High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and fructose are not the same thing. HFCS is used in highly concentrated forms in many fast foods and energy drinks. It is not clear whether the so-called side effects of high fructose corn syrup is from the corn syrup or the additives and colorants or both. We have found that hyperactive children tend to respond better to fructose than sugar and are easier to manage when using fructose as a sweetener, whereas they respond badly to HFCS.HFCS is a di-saccaride whereas Fructose is a mono-saccaride completely different chemical structures. What is fructose?Fructose is a simple sugar that occurs naturally in foods. It gives fruits their sweet taste. Crystalline fructose obtained from processing corn or sugar is used in food and beverages as a nutritive sweetener. It is roughly 1.2 times the sweetness of table sugar in most food applications.  Although originally marketed as a health supplement, crystalline fructose became available as a food ingredient about 20 years ago. However, when compared to all other naturally occurring and added starches, syrups and sweeteners, fructose contributes only a small amount of calories to the average American diet.What is the difference between crystallinefructose and high fructose corn syrup?Crystalline fructose and high-fructose corn syrup are often mistakenly confused as the same product. Crystalline fructose is simply pure fructose in crystalline form. It's 100% fructose. High-fructose corn syrup is composed of nearly equal amounts of fructose and glucose. What are the advantages of crystallinefructose?Crystalline fructose offers unique benefits when used in a variety of products, including improved product texture, taste and stability.When combined with other sweeteners and starches, crystalline fructose boosts sweetness, cake height (in baked goods) and mouth-feel of foods and beverages.  In addition, it produces a pleasing brown surface color and pleasant aroma when baking.SummaryFructose is sweeter than table sugar so less is needed to achieve the same sweetness, offering calorie savings.Fructose has a low Glycemic Index, compared to sucrose and HFCS ..

$2.70

Gluten-Free Cup Cake Mix 500g (Orange & Cinnamon)

Gluten-Free Cup Cake Mix 500g (Orange & Cinnamon)

Ingredients, Thai rice flour, Creme of Tartar, Fructose, Salt, Orange oil, Vanilla powder, Cinnamon.Gluten is the protein found in wheat, rye and barley grains as well as oats in a slightly different form.Removing gluten and using gluten free flours and foods can improve digestion, skin problems and auto immune disease such as diabetes, arthritis, lupus and multiple sclerosis Method Place Cupcake mix into a large bowl, In a separate bowl mix 1½ cups of water, 3 Tbsp oil and 1 tsp apple cider vinegar. Stir into dry ingredients until mixed through. Take a well-greased muffin tin and half fill with the mixture. Bake at 180°C for 13-16 minutes, or until a toothpick/skewer comes out clean. Cool for 5 minutes before removing from a pan to a wire rack to cool completely. Just before serving, dust with the icing sugar included in the packet or melted carob slab Enjoy!   ..

$5.78

Gluten-Free Muesli  150g

Gluten-Free Muesli 150g

This grain free, muesli or granola is addictive, delicious & nutritious - survival food that tastes like candy!Gluten is the protein found in wheat, rye and barley grains as well as oats in a slightly different form.Removing gluten and using gluten free flours and foods can improve digestion, skin problems and auto immune disease such as diabetes, arthritis, lupus and multiple sclerosisMy best combination is our gluten free muesli, fresh or frozen cherries, cinnamon & honey then pour smoothie over the top. Make the smoothie with frozen berries, fresh pineapple, apple juice, raw nuts or seeds, Propeas and blend well. ..

$3.08

Gluten-Free Muesli  500g

Gluten-Free Muesli 500g

This grain free, muesli or granola is addictive, delicious & nutritious - survival food that tastes like candy!Gluten is the protein found in wheat, rye and barley grains as well as oats in a slightly different form.Removing gluten and using gluten free flours and foods can improve digestion, skin problems and auto immune disease such as diabetes, arthritis, lupus and multiple sclerosisMy best combination is our gluten free muesli, fresh or frozen cherries, cinnamon & honey then pour smoothie over the top.Make the smoothie with frozen berries, fresh pineapple, apple juice, raw nuts or seeds, Propeas and blend well. ..

$8.47

Gluten-Free Pasta (3mm Spaghetti) 375g

Gluten-Free Pasta (3mm Spaghetti) 375g

Better than the any pasta - light and delicious Made with 100% rice flour. Boil rapidly for about 8-10 minutes, drain and serve. For extra flavour add our veg stock to the boiling water Serve with homemade tomato or mushroom sauce for a properly combined, meal (see "Perfect Health - The Natural Way and www.100daystohealth.co.za). ..

$4.62

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