Can I buy your products at my local store?
Hopefully yes! If you can’t, contact us on (insert link) and we’ll find out where the nearest place to you is – or you can order online at (insert link).
Are your products Gluten Free?
All of our products, except the Couscous are Gluten Free.
Can you suggest ways of using Quinoa in healthy recipes that are Gluten Free?
It’s also delicious made into a soup – just add 1.5 litres of water to our quinoa mix and hey presto – soup that’s full of protein and is delicious!
I love cooking up a box of quinoa and popping it into the fridge. I then add a few tablespoons of it to a big mixed salad (greens, shredded sweet potato, carrot and zucchini works well) and have it for my lunch. Great to take with me if I’m on the run too.
Do any of your products contain common allergens?
Wheat – couscous
Dairy – Risotto
Nuts – Dukkah, Persian Quinoa and Roast Almond Couscous
Sesame seeds – Dukkah
Are your products easy to cook?
How long can I keep the Couscous and Quinoa once they’re cooked?
I keep mine in the fridge for up to 5 days.
How long can I keep the packets in the Pantry?
Are your ingredients Organic?
The quinoa is all organic but sadly, due to cost restraints, our other ingredients are not.
What can I do with dukkah?
There are so many healthy recipes that you can make using dukkah. It’s great as a Gluten Free crumbing – simply dip your chicken, fish etc into the dukkah and then fry or bake in the oven. You don’t need as heavy a crumbing as you do with breadcrumbs – really delicious.
The traditional way to have dukkah is to dip chunks of crusty bread in to good olive oil then into the dukkah – great healthy alternative to a dip.
Sprinkle your salads with dukkah to give them more texture and flavour.
I love dukkah sprinkled on top of soups, cauliflower cheese and even pizza!
I add a small amount to crumble mixture when making fruit crumble for dessert – double yummy!