Dried Bay Leaves: Our bay leaves have been enjoying the Portuguese sun and have been hand picked and dried. This means that our spice is completely made in the EU. Bay leaf tea: Also perfect for infusing tea. The aroma of the leaves will convince you! Examples of use: Perfect as a mulled wine spice, for smoking, as a goulash spice in combination with juniper berries, as a matjes spice, and as a spice mixture for dishes such as, stews, pinto beans, soup spices, red cabbage, sauerkraut and many more. Don't take any chances and order your fresh supply of leaves now!
Chili Pepper Flakes - capsicum annuum History: This pepper is native to the tropics and began several thousand years ago during pre-Columbian times in South America. Explorers known as, the New World explorers mistook the hot pepper (Capsicum) for black pepper (Piper nigrum) and named their discovery "Pimenta", which little did they know would generate confusion to future generations. Cayenne pepper was not introduced to Europe until the time of the Spanish conquerors, where it began to be overshadowed by pepper. But the indigenous people of Portuguese and Spanish provinces in Asia welcomed the spicy pods with open arms. Cayenne pepper is popularly named after the city of the same name, Caiena (Cayenne), the capital of French Guiana. Benefits: The chili pepper has a strong analgesic effect. It is rich in vitamins A, C and B complex and has a high concentration of calcium and potassium. These properties are perfect for those who have had their thyroid removed, for example, recent studies show that it has the ability to act as an appetite stimulant and secretion of gastric acid therefore, it has the ability to act in rebuilding the stomach. It is also beneficial to those who suffer from migraines acting as a natural remedy. It may help as a metabolism stimulante making it digestive, antiseptic, diaphoretic, bactericidal, digestive and circulation-enhancing. Use: Add chilli flakes to curry recipes and Mexican dishes for a full-bodied flavor. It's also great for adding flavour to marinades, sauces and stir-fries. In India it is used to aid in digestion.
"Flor de Sal" (Flower of Salt)
A salt mixture flavoured with a blend of citrus. This mixture of coarsely ground "Flor de Sal" with a lemon flavour is excellent for all types of meat and fish, or as an added touch to salads. Contains: Flor de Sal, dried lemon zest, crushed lemon, tumeric and white pepper. This product is 100% natural, without colouring and preservatives.
We use clear borosilicate glass, which has superior durability and is more shatterproof than commercially available glass.Features:Tasteless Plastic-free Reusable Easy to clean LFGB certified Dishwasher safe
We use clear borosilicate glass, which has superior durability and is more shatterproof than commercially available glass.
Features:Tasteless Plastic-free Reusable Easy to clean LFGB certified Dishwasher safe
History: Himalayan pink salt is one of the oldest known salts, dating back approximately 250 million years. Himalayan pink salt has matured under strong tectonic pressure. This allows the crystals to remain in their pure state over time, unaltered by polluting substances.
Benefits: Himalayan salt provides the human body with minerals and other essential elements, including calcium, potassium, magnesium and iron ions. Use: Due to its richness and the permanence of its properties which are practically in pure state, it is used for cooking and for therapeutic purposes. Its unique cellular structure allows for the storage of vibrational energy, making it a very energetically rich salt that can be easily absorbed by the body.