This unassuming grain comes packed full of protein, which means it’s rich in essential amino acids. These help to support muscle growth and repair, and leave you feeling fuller for longer.
It’s low GI and high in fibre, helping to control blood sugar levels as it aids digestion, assisting weight loss and lowering cholesterol.Read More›
This is an absolutly gorgeous recipe from Donna Hay and just perfect for this cold Winter’s day!
I made this soup a day after having steamed a chicken for a previous dinner, so I used the remaining left over chicken and I used the bones to make my stock.
All the pantry items are available at Scoop Wholefoods.Read More›
Thanks to one of our customers for sharing this heavenly recipe for Spiced Gingerbread to help bring some festive cheer to your Christmas in July celebrations.
The aroma of the spices creates a warm and cosy atmosphere in your kitchen – perfect for a cold winters day.
Prep time just 20 mins! Ingredients available at Scoop Wholefoods.
What is Teff ?
Teff is a fine grain—about the size of a poppy seed—that comes in a variety of colors, from white and red to dark brown. Teff grows predominantly in Ethiopia and Eritrea, and thrives even in difficult climates. As such, it comprises the staple grain of their cuisines. The grain has a very mild, nutty flavor, and it packs a serious nutritional punch. Teff has an excellent balance of amino acids, and it is also high in protein, calcium, and iron. Ground into flour, teff is used to make the traditional bread, injera: a flat, pancake-like, fermented bread that complements the exotic spices found in the regional food. It can also be ground into flour to make an excellent gluten-free flour alternative, and can be used to make pie crusts, cookies, breads, and an assortment of other baked goods. Teff can also be eaten whole and steamed, boiled, or baked as a side dish or a main course.Read More›