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Welcome to Greenies!

Greenies Real Food is the one and only retail outlet for fresh organic produce, bulk whole foods and health foods in Darwin.

We are a family owned business committed to servicing the Top End's urban and rural communities with organic and healthy food options.

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POTATO SPECIAL - SEBAGOES

**SPECIAL** Sebago potatoes great for boiling, roasting, baking, chips and mash. So an awesome all rounder!!! Priced to go at $2.90kg

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Recipes

Broccoli Chili Pancetta Penne

 

A classic southern Italian pasta dish - you cook the broccoli until soft in the same water as the pasta. The key to this tasty dish is that, once the pasta and broccoli are drained, you fry them a little in garlicky olive oil before serving. You can substitute anchovies for pancetta and salty pecorino, a more authentic southern-style cheese, for parmesan.

300g penne
1 head of broccoli, broken up into smallish florets
Few tbsp extra virgin olive oil
80g pancetta or bacon 2 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
1/2 tsp chili flakes
1 tbsp chopped parsley (optional)
Grated parmesan to serve
Cook penne in plenty of boiling salted water.

When half-cooked, add the broccoli. Heat a frying pan over a medium heat, add some of the oil and cook pancetta until crispy. Add the garlic and chili, stir until lightly golden and remove from heat.

Drain pasta and broccoli - the broccoli should be soft and broken up - and add to the pan of garlic and pancetta, cook for a few minutes, tossing and adding a touch more pepper, salt and oil. Serve with parsley, if using, and parmesan.

 

Buckwheat Waffles

Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Sugar Free

These delicious buckwheat waffles are perfect for those with gluten or wheat sensitivities or those just wanting to try something new. Buckwheat is actually a seed and despite the name it is not related to wheat at all. Buckwheat has been praised for its benefits to health, such as helping to balance cholesterol, blood sugar and prevent or improve varicose veins. It is also very alkalizing. Sweetened with a little coconut palm sugar, this recipe has a low glycemic index, good for those with blood sugar imbalances.

1 cup sprouted buckwheat flour

1 cup almond milk

1 egg

2 tbspn coconut oil

2 tbspn coconut palm sugar

1 tspn baking powder

Sprinkle salt

  • Whisk ingredients together and pour into waffle maker, following manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Serve with strawberries and coconut ice cream

Why eat organic?

A number of studies show that organic produce is more nutrient dense than conventionally produced food. It also offers us an easy way to eat seasonal produce. However, there is more to organic than the nutrient content. Organic food tastes the way food should taste - fresh, crispy and full of flavour.

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