1. ‘WALNUT’ trying to brag but I’m one of the healthiest oils out there!
    September 10, 2020

    ‘WALNUT’ trying to brag but I’m one of the healthiest oils out there!

    (Pun intended- well not)

     

     

    Not your average nutty palate Walnut has earned its name ‘Brain Food’, due to its resemblance to the brain. The presence of plant sterols gives it a tinge of sweetness accompanied by the crunchy texture of the outer surface, making it the perfect snack on the go. Besides being tasty, walnuts are highly nutritious as it is packed with Omega-3 fats, proteins and antioxidants. There are 2 main types of Walnut Oils: Cold Pressed and Refined Walnut Oil. The main difference is clearly visible from their prices. Cold press walnut oil has essentially a higher nutritional value as compared to refined ones. This is due to the fact that refined walnut oil contains add

  2. Shoyu think you know me?
    September 10, 2020

    Shoyu think you know me?

    Find out more about the types of soy sauces and their differences. Soy Sauce Family Soy sauce is an East-Asian liquid condiment of Chinese origin. They can come in either Chinese or Japanese style. Traditionally, Chinese style soy sauces are made with 100% soy, whereas Japanese style soy sauces are made from a mix of soy and wheat. Therefore, giving the Japanese sauces a sweeter and lighter taste as compared to the Chinese counterparts, which usually tastes much saltier and lingers on your taste buds.

     

     

    What’s the difference between Tamari and Shoyu?

     

     

  3. Let’s ‘Pumpkin’ Spice Things Up with Pumpkin Oil!
    September 10, 2020

    Let’s ‘Pumpkin’ Spice Things Up with Pumpkin Oil!

    (Pun intended- well not). 

     

     

     

    Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice Originated in Italy, Crudolio Pumpkin Oil consists of organic and virgin pumpkin seed oil, cold-pressed and filtered without additive. It is cold-pressed using pumpkin seeds from the Styrian region in Austria which is one of a nutritional type of plant oil. It also contains a natural source of polyunsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic and linoleic acid. How to use Pumpkin Oil? It is commonly used in cooking to make a variety of delicious dishes, including breakfast cereals, salads, pasta, desserts and energy bars. Here are some pumpkin oil recipes to spice up your palate, leaving your taste buds wanting for more.

  4. displaytamaripic
    September 10, 2020

    Tamari? Tell me about it!

    Tamari? Tell me about it!

     

    What is Tamari? Tamari, or more commonly known as Tamari shoyu is a Japanese sauce, primarily made from fermented soybeans. It has a thicker consistency and hence, a richer taste and flavour which makes it the perfect dipping sauce for finger foods. Tamari can be used straight from the bottle, or simply add a sprinkle of salt to enjoy a more savoury taste.

     

     

    Tamari VS Soya Sauce The biggest difference between tamari and other soy sauces in the market is the ingredients used in the manufacturing

  5.  Our favourite Christmas baking recipes
    July 06, 2020

    Our favourite Christmas baking recipes

    There’s nothing better than receiving a home-baked gift from your loved one at Christmas!

    If you’ve decided to bake some treats for your family and friends this year, Foodsterr’s got everything you need, from organic dried fruit for your fruit cake, nuts for your cookies, and a wide variety of flours and natural sweeteners for all your baking endeavors.

    We’ve chosen some of our favourite recipes just to get your creative juices flowing.

    Gingerbread granola by the Minimalist Baker 

  6.  Get More Fibre in Your Diet
    July 03, 2020

    Get More Fibre in Your Diet

    We all know that dietary fibre — found mainly in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes — can prevent or relieve constipation. But fibre has so many other health benefits as well, from lowering cholesterol levels to helping us maintain a healthy weight. Here’s why we all need more fibre in our lives.

    • Fibre helps regulate bowel movements and maintain bowel health.

    Dietary fibre decreases your chance of constipation. A high-fiber diet may also lower your risk of developing hemorrhoids and small pouches in your colon.

    • Fibre can lower your cholesterol levels, and boost your heart health.

    Soluble fibre found in beans, oats, flaxseed and oat bran may help lower total blood cholesterol levels by lowering ‘bad’ cholesterol levels. High-fibre foods may also have other heart-health benefits, such as reduc

Posts loader