There is no such thing as waste here at the Forrist, so when we’ve got so much great produce to spare, we bag them up and offer them to you at a hugely discounted price, which means you’re save money and the planet! You’ll likely open it and wonder what you can do with all of the wonderfully random ingredients you’ve added to your pantry in your bid to rid the world from more waste. We’ve compiled a list below to help you get started with our pantry selectors.
Organic Red Quinoa
Organic red quinoa is amazingly versatile and works in everything, from breakfasts to baking. An excellent gluten-free substitute, its also filled with protein iron and amino acids.
Organic Sesame Seeds
Organic sesame seeds are a wonderful source of essential fatty acids. Perfect sprinkled over Asian dishes, in dips and in salads.
Organic Hemp Seeds
Organic hemp seeds are a great source of protein, omega oils and magnesium. Perfect for breakfast, they can be sprinkled on top of smoothies, porridge and made into hemp milk.
Organic Desiccated Coconut
Organic desiccated coconut is deliciously versatile making it an excellent addition to porridge, homemade energy bars, muffins and flapjacks.
Organic Black Quinoa
Organic black quinoa is a delicious, gluten-free substitute which is also packed full of protein, iron and amino acids. More flavourful than its white counterpart, it works well in both salads and as a rice substitute.
Organic Wheat Flakes
Organic wheat flakes are a perfect base for homemade muesli, organic wheat flakes are high in fibre and make a tasty breakfast.
Fun Fact about the Sycamore tree
The wood of sycamore was commonly used to make kitchen items and toys, and was also the main choice for Welsh love spoons - traditional carved gifts. In times past, a young man would carve the spoon for his love and, if she accepted it, they could begin to court. Today, these spoons are often given as wedding presents. The symbols on love spoons convey different messages, for example, a horseshoe represents luck, a cross is for faith and a dragon offers protection.
Sycamore trees make handsome shade trees for large landscapes. The most striking feature of the tree is the bark that has a camouflage pattern comprised of grey-brown outer bark that peels off in patches to reveal the light grey or white wood beneath.