Articles tagged with: whole grain

EatKit June: Mushrooms for Vitamin D

EatKit June: Mushrooms for Vitamin D

From buttons and caps to flats and exotics, we welcomed input and sharing of your knowledge, ideas and fave recipes to serve up these  edible fungi. In the colder months of the year, when exposure to sunlight is often limited, it's surprising to discover a 'new' significant dietary source of vitamin D - the humble mushroom. Read on for more.

18 June 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

EatKit Mar 2015 - Grains: gluten-free and ancient

EatKit Mar 2015 - Grains: gluten-free and ancient

From oats and barley to quinoa and spelt, we welcomed input and sharing of your fave recipes or ideas to serve these grains. We...

3 March 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

What do GI and GL mean and what’s the difference between them?

What do GI and GL mean and what’s the difference between them?

GI stands for Glycaemic Index and GL, Glycaemic Load. These two terms can be confusing. GI seems to have been around for ages and...

27 May 2014 by Catherine Saxelby

Quinoa, cranberry, parsley and cucumber salad

Quinoa, cranberry, parsley and cucumber salad

Use quinoa as the base but enliven it with the stronger flavours of cranberries, mint, parsley, onion and pistachio nuts. It's a...

28 April 2014 by Catherine Saxelby

How much whole grain should you eat ?

How much whole grain should you eat ?

It’s no secret that whole grain and high-fibre breads, cereals and grains are what we should be eating. We know they boast plenty...

21 April 2014 by Catherine Saxelby

Hearty vegetable and barley soup

Hearty vegetable and barley soup

This meal-in-a-soup is very low in fat, full of healthy vegetables and boasts low GI carbs from the barley and kidney beans. It's...

2 June 2009 by Catherine Saxelby