Articles tagged with: whole grain

Read on - here I take a look at these cute mini-pots of fresh growing herbs for your kitchen. Are they worth buying? Are they easy to look after?

Product Review: Messy Monkeys

Launched in mid-2017, the Messy Monkeys range is a range of snack foods suitable for children. They claim to be lunch box friendly (so no nuts), gluten-free and good for them. You’ve probably noticed the first in this series at your local supermarket. They are the little Messy Monkeys packs of whole grain snack bites. These snacks made the finalist list in the children’s nutrition range of the World Innovation Awards 2018 in the UK. This post has been sponsored by Freedom Foods.

2 May 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

Read on - here I take a look at these cute mini-pots of fresh growing herbs for your kitchen. Are they worth buying? Are they easy to look after?

Product Review: New Barley+ products

Back in 2009 I wrote about cereals made with the new BarleyMax grain. Then they were tough and often looked over-baked or dark-brown...

28 February 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

Read on - here I take a look at these cute mini-pots of fresh growing herbs for your kitchen. Are they worth buying? Are they easy to look after?

Product Review: Alpine Heart Breads

Can your daily bread help lower your cholesterol? This is a big claim so I was pleased to be offered the chance to taste-test two...

25 October 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

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...

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