Nature’s Own independent health store initiative
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As part of the initiative to support independent health stores, the Nature’s Own packaging has been refreshed, in line with the bright new future ahead of the brand. The new look bottles were filtered in to stores throughout February and March.

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Pasta Peperonata
March 25, 2011 – 12:24 pm | No Comment
Pasta Peperonata

Put the peppers in a large frying pan with a little olive oil, season, cover and cook slowly for about 15 mins, until softened.

Courgette and Basil Pasta Pesto Crumbs
March 25, 2011 – 12:02 pm | 2 Comments
Courgette and Basil Pasta Pesto Crumbs

This recipe is from the new Suma cook book. Undercook the pasta slightly, reserving a ladleful of cooking water. Drain, toss with a little oil and
set aside.

The People’s Supermarket as seen on Channel 4
February 16, 2011 – 5:38 pm | One Comment
The People’s Supermarket as seen on Channel 4

Suma are proud to supply the peoples supermarket, the most exciting concept to hit UK retailing since The Co-operative opened it’s doors in the 1800’s.

Curried wild rice & butternut squash soup
January 28, 2011 – 5:00 pm | No Comment
Curried wild rice & butternut squash soup

“Wild rice” is not actually rice at all, but the seed of a marsh grass native to the northern Great Lakes. Its nutty flavour and chewy texture makes a great addition to rice pilafs or simply cooked along with brown rice.

Buckwheat and feta salad
January 28, 2011 – 4:58 pm | No Comment
Buckwheat and feta salad

This recipe, using Suma organic Buckwheat is from the new Suma cookbook available free with any order (BK028)

Buckwheat is not a grain but actually an edible seed. Nutritionally, it is close to wheat but contains …

Spicy couscous with chickpeas
January 28, 2011 – 2:19 pm | 2 Comments
Spicy couscous with chickpeas

This is one of my favourite recipes for couscous, the aromatic spices combine really well with contrasting textures of the couscous and the chickpeas.

Beckfoot School recently celebrated four years as Bradford’s first Fairtrade school.
January 14, 2011 – 2:33 pm | No Comment
Beckfoot School recently celebrated four years as Bradford’s first Fairtrade school.

“Beckfoot School recently celebrated four years as Bradford’s first Fairtrade school. Student members of the school’s Fairtrade group held a fairtrade New Year Party to celebrate.

Ashura – whole wheat grain
January 14, 2011 – 12:06 pm | One Comment
Ashura – whole wheat grain

Whole wheat grains are a good source of complex carbohydrates, various vitamins and minerals and are naturally high in fibre and low in fat. You can eat whole grains plain, add them to other dishes such as soups or stews or use them as ingredients in baked dishes.

Feta and courgette bake with bulgar
January 14, 2011 – 11:39 am | No Comment
Feta and courgette bake with bulgar

This recipe can be easily adapted to suit what’s available. Try swapping the courgette for broccoli or cauliflower (or even a combination of the two). If there’s no cottage cheese available I frequently use a mixture of crumbled plain tofu and crème fraiche.

Quinoa Tabouleh
December 17, 2010 – 8:18 am | No Comment
Quinoa Tabouleh

Quinoa originates from the Inca people of South America, where it has been an important foodstuff for over 6,000 years. Today it is recognized in the western world for its high protein content and balanced set of amino acids. It is also gluten free and a good source of fibre, phosphorous, magnesium and iron. Simple to prepare, it is often used as a base for salads, but is also an ideal alternative to rice or couscous.