The Lotus Seeds. These unusual ivory-colored seeds are as large as garbanzo beans. Great snack when lightly roasted and salted. Also great in rice pudding,...... more
The Lotus Seeds. These unusual ivory-colored seeds are as large as garbanzo beans. Great snack when lightly roasted and salted. Also great in rice pudding, kheer and other deserts.The lotus seeds have a mild flavor and are a welcome addition to any dish, from grains to vegetable soups and stews. Macrobiotic, Vegan, Gluten-Free
REAL EGYPTIAN SAFFRON Not the fake dyed version or added bits and pieces of the crocus sativus (saffron flower). The saffron has threads. 1 Thread added in...... more
REAL EGYPTIAN SAFFRON Not the fake dyed version or added bits and pieces of the crocus sativus (saffron flower). The saffron has threads. 1 Thread added in pilau rice or biryani creates an exquisite taste. The Saffron has been stored in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight to maximise flavour and freshness. Tesco Prices: 0.5 grams £3.50 or 10 grams £70.00 http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=251622093 Benefits of Saffron: Saffron is considered to be the golden spice and it can not only be used in cooking to add an aroma to food, turning any dish into an exotic one, it can also be beneficial to a number of health problems. Some of the multiple health benefits of saffron are as below: · Stimulant of five senses · Stimulant of sexual desire · Refreshment of the spirit · Remedy for menstrual disorders · Appetite stimulant and cure for stomach discomforts · Treatment of high blood pressure · Pain reliever for gum diseases and toothaches · Heart strengthener · Beauty enhancer and skin softener Saffron is the most expensive spice on earth, worth more then gold.
Fair Trade: Market-Driven Ethical Consumption - Alex Nicholls
Today, Fair Trade finds itself at a crucial point in its evolution from alternative trading mechanism to a mainstream economic model. As the only certifier in...... more
Today, Fair Trade finds itself at a crucial point in its evolution from alternative trading mechanism to a mainstream economic model. As the only certifier in the largest Fair Trade market in the world, TransFair USA has observed the explosive growth in consumer awareness and business interest in Fair Trade certification. New research into the progress of Fair Trade to date and, crucially, its key future directions is urgently needed. Fair Trade is therefore a valuable and timely contribution.The range and depth of the book is considerable. It is international in outlook and engages with a broad spectrum of theory and thinking. Its style is approachable yet rigorous. I would strongly recommend it to industry, academics, students, policy-makers and the interested reader in general' - Paul Rice, CEO, TransFair USA 'This work - a powerful study of the maelstrom of issues and cross currents in the Fair Trade and Development movements is long overdue.Through case studies, quantative analysis and reasoned arguement, this work makes its case with cogent force' - Hamish Renton, Product Manager Food You Can Trust, Tesco 'With the fair trade sector growing rapidly, it is vital that the concept is understood properly and the future potential mapped out. Fair Trade provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of fair trade which make it a "must read" for everyone from casual buyer right through to seasoned producer. Here's your chance to see how you can easily change the world for the better' - Mel Young, editor-in-chief, New Consumer, Britain's only fair trade magazine, .newconsumer.org. Fair Trade is at a crucial moment in its evolution from alternative trading mechanism to mainstream economic model. This timely and thoughtful book looks at the strategic future for Fair Trade. Each chapter spearheads a key area of Fair Trade thinking and theory and the political, legal and economic context of Fair Trade is given careful scrutiny. Difficult questions are tackled such as '
Advantages: Cheap and filling. Disadvantages: Slightly bland .
...I'm reviewing our Tesco everyday Value rice pudding.
It costs 15p for generous 400g tin.
This contains milk ,but for all other allergy info please read the tin carefully or check online.
Suitable for vegetarians.
Contains no artificial preservatives or colours.
***WHY THIS ONE***
When I first took on responsibility for the two children that I look after daily, their mother would drop off...
...Ever since I was a child I have always liked rice pudding so when my Son Jayden had been easting solids for a while I decided to try him on some. I decided to buy a tin of Tesco Everyday Value Rice Pudding to let him try, after all if he didn?t like it I could always finish it.
When I opened the tin of Tesco Everyday Value Rice Pudding it looked just like any other brand of rice pudding I...
Advantages: Great tasting rice with a little effort. Disadvantages: Bland initially.
...Although I don?t usually like to shop at Tesco, it?s the largest and closest supermarket to where we live so sometimes can?t be avoided. There are a few products however which I stock up on whenever I go, one of them being Tesco?s Steam Egg Fried Rice. At £2 a bag for four individual 200g sachets its great value, at the moment it?s even better as it?s on offer for £1.50.
Each sachet is...