A great mix of greens perfect for juicing and smoothie makers. A seasonal mix of Kale, Chard and Mint. Perfect to add some greens to your favorite fruit smoothies and juices.<br><br> Check out our frozen bananas and cherries as well!!<br><br> As the weather changes, contents may change to include other healthy greens
Dill Dill Dill! Get some potatoes, carrots, butter, and dill and make yourself happy! </br> </br> While pretty low on the nutritional scale, dill is loaded with health beneficial flavonoids, and monoterpenes. They act as antioxidants and trap free radicals in our bodies.
Sage is know as the primary seasoning in classic British poultry stuffing and breakfast sausages. It also pairs beautifully with butternut squash! Use it sparingly, as too much sage can become overpowering and bitter. Unlike many herbs, the flavour of sage improves with cooking. </br></br> To keep it fresh, wrap it up in a a damp paper towel in a plastic bag and keep in your fridge.
Parsley, sage, rosemary & thyme all bunched together & ready for stuffing! Fresh herbs provide that outstanding fragrance and taste that you just can't get anywhere else.
A nice bunch of local rosemary. An amazingly fragrant and flavourful herb that goes incredibly well with potatoes or roasts. </br> </br> Rosemary contains substances that are useful for stimulating the immune system, increasing circulation, and improving digestion. Rosemary also contains anti-inflammatory compounds that may make it useful for reducing the severity of asthma attacks. In addition, rosemary has been shown to increase the blood flow to the head and brain, improving concentration.
Fresh thyme. A welcome flavour in salads, soups, chowders, sauces, breads, vegetable and meat dishes. Thymol named after the herb itself is the primary volatile oil constituent of thyme, which has been found to protect and significantly increase the percentage of healthy fats found in cell membranes and other cell structures. Therefore is it likely very beneficial for brain health. Thyme also contains a variety of flavonoids, including apigenin, naringenin, luteolin, and thymonin. These flavonoids increase thyme's antioxidant capacity, and combined with its status as a very good source of manganese, give thyme a high standing on the list of anti-oxidant foods.