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Ingredients Glossary

Maca Powder
Maca Powder

The Maca root has been used in indigenous Andea societies as a source of nourishment and healing for thousands of years. It is a good source of protein,fibre and magnsium. It helps balance hormones and is an energy booster

Macadamia Nuts
Macadamia Nuts

This Australian nut is a high energy food containing no cholesterol and 78% monounsaturated fats. A great nut to eat raw, they can also be used to enhance the flavor of cakes, ice cream and salads.

Mango – dried, diced, spears
Mango – dried, diced, spears

Mango is a stone fruit originating in India. Mangoes are rich in phytochemicals and nutrients.

Millet Meal (Millet Kernels)
Millet Meal (Millet Kernels)

Millet Meal is the millet seed with the outer husk removed. Suitable for porridge, casseroles, stuffing, side dishes, soups and gluten-free recipes

Millet seed (mulled)
Millet seed (mulled)

Millet is highly nutritious, non-glutinous and like buckwheat and quinoa, is not an acid forming food so is soothing and easy to digest. In fact, it is considered to be one of the least allergenic and most digestible grains available and it is a warming grain so will help to heat the body in cold or rainy seasons and climates.

Mixed Fruit
Mixed Fruit

A combination of dried fruits and Glace fruits, ideal for Christmas Cakes.

Muesli (natural)

A combination of natural whole grains, seeds, nuts and fruits. (Rolled Oats, Dried Fruits 30%, Rolled Rye, Rolled Tritacle, Rolled Wheat, Sunflower Seeds, Bran Flakes, Whole Almonds, Pepitas, Quinoa Flakes, Hazelnuts, Buckwheat).

Mung Beans
Mung Beans

A legume high in dietary fibre, low in saturated fat and sodium and contain no cholesterol. Used extensively in Indian, Chinese and East Asian cooking. To cook, soak overnight to soften, then simmer cook slowly until beans are soft, but not mushy. Add to soups, stews and other recipes. They can also be sprouted or ground to make flour.