Fairtrade Sleepy Tea
The best tea for snuggling down with plus great for supporting fairtrade.
I use this organic, fair trade cinnamon in baking, roasting veg or sprinkled over warming porridge.
One of my favourite cupboard staples, this brand comes straight from sustainable British farms.
Tahini is my go-to for so many recipes! A big dollop is great in smoothies, dips, sauces & even baking.
Steenbergs Za’atar is blended in Yorkshire with toasted sesame seeds, sumac, herbs, thyme & salt.
The end to every great salad & dressings. A drizzle of good quality extra virgin olive oil goes a long way.
Sourced straight from London apiaries, add this raw honey to salad dressings or drizzled over cakes or roasted veg.
The start of great curries, stews, or soups. Re-use the glass jar for storing pestos, dressings or sauces.
A big love in my kitchen, my secret to non-sticky noodles is to rinse in cold water as soon as they’re cooked.
Fairtrade Peppermint Tea
I always have a big pot of tea brewing & love peppermint in the morning. Clipper teas are fairtrade!
This organic almond butter is great in smoothies, dips & baking. Meridian are also free from palm oil.
My favourite flour for fluffy pancakes & baking, Rude Health Buckwheat flour is organic & naturally gluten free.
Brown Rice Miso
One of my favourite fermented foods. Miso is great in soups, stews, sauces, dips & great for a broth.
Nothing like a lazy Sunday with a good coffee, Percol is organic & a supporter of eco-sustainability.
One of my favourite of the spices and home blended in the UK. I use turmeric in curries, soups, tea & baking.
Pure Vanilla Extract
A little vanilla extract goes a long way! Especially when it’s extracted through a cold process like this brand.
Good quality, dark chocolate is perfect when I need something at the end of the meal or in my baking.