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  • Top 5 Benefits of Dried Mango
    For years, dried fruits have been demonised because of their level of sugar and calories. Part of the problem is caused by the fact that fresh fruits contain natural sugar and, when the water is removed, the sugar content increases. Adding sugar and sulfites to adjust the flavour and the appearance of dried fruits is still ...
  • BAOBAB BENEFITS: TOP 16 BENEFITS OF BAOBAB POWDER
    WHAT IS BAOBAB The Tree of Life, the Upside Down Tree, the Monkey Bread Tree. These are only some of the names given to the iconic baobab tree. It only grows in Africa, Australia and the Middle East and its fruit has the unique and extraordinary characteristic of drying naturally on the branch. Inside the hard ...
  • Fruity Baobab Baked Oats
    Strawberry season is in full swing, but who knows how long it’s going to last, If you are in baking mood, stop first at your local artisan market to get some hand picked juicy strawberries and try this recipe. It’s gluten free, vegan and another easy way to use baobab powder. (Recipe by Steph’s Gluten Free ...
  • Mango and Banana Smoothie with Dried Mango
    Most people have dried mango as a healthy snack to eat on the go, or as something to munch on while watching your favourite series on Netflix. But if you are wondering what else you can use dried mango for, this recipe is for you. INGREDIENTS For 4 servings 3 frozen banana 700ml soya milk (or ...
  • Dried Mango – A Journey from the Orchard to the Cupboard
    The mango season is in full swing in the Ivory Coast. Our farmers are very busy making sure we get the best mangoes. To celebrate them, we thought we’d share with you the journey of your favourite dried mango, from the orchards to the cupboard. Mango from Côte d’Ivoire Firstly, it’s important to know that ...
  • Non-alcoholic Hibiscus Sangria
    Sangria is a popular drink in Spain made with red wine, pieces of fruits, spices and the optional drop of brandy. The soaked chunks become plummy, juicy and absolutely delicious. So when you finish your drink, remember to spoon them out from the bottom of the glass and eat them. The word ‘Sangria’ is derived ...
  • Non-alcoholic Hibiscus Sangria
    Sangria is a popular drink in Spain made with red wine, pieces of fruits, spices and the optional drop of brandy. The soaked chunks become plummy, juicy and absolutely delicious. So when you finish your drink, remember to spoon them out from the bottom of the glass and eat them. The word ‘Sangria’ is derived ...
  • Cauliflower and Baobab Fritters
    Cauliflower is one of my favourite vegetables. I enjoy them steamed and seasoned with salt and a drop of olive oil. My boys, on the other end, are not big fans. So over the years I have been experimenting a lot with different recipes, with the hope to change their mind about this delicious veggie. ...
  • Cauliflower and Baobab Fritters
    Cauliflower is one of my favourite vegetables. I enjoy them steamed and seasoned with salt and a drop of olive oil. My boys, on the other end, are not big fans. So over the years I have been experimenting a lot with different recipes, with the hope to change their mind about this delicious veggie. ...
  • What is Moringa good for?
    Have you recently heard about moringa and found yourself wondering what it is, what are the health benefits and how you can add it to your diet? This article will hopefully answer some of your questions, so keep reading. Moringa, also known as the ‘miracle tree’, is a plant of the Moringaceae family which is native ...

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