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Veggie Patties


(vegan, gluten, sugar free)

A favourite amongst adults and kids alike, these colourful patties can be served hot or cold. They are great as veggie burgers, sandwich fillers or served alone with steamed veggies or salad. Spices can be interchanged to suit individual tastes.

1 ½ cups chickpea (besan) flour

½ cup brown onion diced

1 cup red cabbage diced

1 cup lightly packed grated zucchini

1 cup lightly packed grated carrot

½ cup grated sweet potato

4 cloves minced garlic

Dash of cayenne (optional)

1 tspn paprika

2 tspn cumin

3 tspn mixed Italian herbs

1 tspn coriander ground

Celtic or Himalayan sea salt to taste

Coconut oil

1/3 cup pepitas

1/3 cup sultanas

Saute onions and garlic with the spices, mix well and form into patties (makes about 10). Bake at 180C for approximately 12 minutes until golden brown. Flip and bake for another 10 minutes until golden brown. Can serve as a veggie burger, in sandwiches or on its own with veggies or salad.

Raw Carob Delights



1 cup Raw Carob Powder

¾ Cup Organic Coconut Oil

½ Cup Organic Tahini

½ Cup Honey

¼ Cup Organic Activated Plain Buckinis

½ Cup Organic Shredded Coconut

½ Cup Organic Goji Berries

Mix the coconut oil, tahini and honey until it is smooth and well combined. Add carob powder and mix well. Add in remaining ingredients and pour into a container and store in the freezer. Once set, cut into squares and enjoy with family and friends.

HERITAGE APPLES from Tasmania are back!

Heritage Apples from a small family business committed to growing and preserving heritage apple varieties in Tasmania. This dedicated team is focused on  the conservation of FORGOTTEN APPLES and heritage trees.

In store now we have the Classique Pippin that has an aromatic smell, its crisp, juicy and tangy - Definitely worth a look...

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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.


Frequently Asked Questions About Organic

What does Biodynamic mean?

Short definition: a method of organic farming that incorporates certain astrological and spiritual principles and practices.

Longer definition: According to the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association, Biodynamic agriculture is based on individuals considering every aspect of the food system, "From how land is owned to how farms are capitalized to how food is produced, distributed and prepared." Additionally, Biodynamic agriculture recognizes that the entire planet is a "Single, self-regulating, multi-dimensional ecosystem."

So, by philosophy, Biodynamic farmers attempt to create a farm and farming system that is as self-regulating as possible and that supports biodiversity so that land and local communities remain healthy and vital.

Based on inspiration drawn from the spiritual-scientific insights of Rudolf Steiner, the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association was founded in 1938 and there are strict rules regarding this method of agriculture. Food products labeled "biodynamic" must be certified by an independent third party according to standards set by the Demeter® Biodynamic Farm Standard.

What does Organic mean?

Short definition: food produced without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or other artificial chemicals.

Longer definition: organic food is food which is produced using environmentally and animal friendly farming methods on organic farms. These methods are legally defined and any food sold as 'organic' must be strictly regulated. Organic farming recognises the direct connection between our health and how the food we eat is produced. Artificial fertilisers are banned and farmers develop fertile soil by rotating crops and using compost, manure and clover. Organic food is food produced in a way that complies with organic standards set by national governments and international organizations.

 What does I.P.M mean?

Integrated pest management (IPM) is a broad-based approach that integrates a range of practices for economic control of pests. The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN defines IPM as “the careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and subsequent integration of appropriate measures that discourage the development of pest populations and keep pesticides and other interventions to levels that are economically justified and reduce or minimize risks to human health and the environment”. IPM emphasizes the growth of a healthy crop with the least possible disruption to agro-ecosystems and encourages natural pest control mechanisms. This includes managing insects, plant pathogens and weeds.

What does “Local – Spray Free”mean?

Fruit and veg grown locally, pesticides and fungicides are not used in the growing process.

There is no certifying organization for Spray free produce, however, the owner of this shop, Greenie, knows everything about everybody and about their plants.

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

Chocolate & Walnut Muffins



2 cups wholemeal spelt four

4 tsp baking powder

½ cup coconut sugar

1 tbsp cacao

½ cup walnuts or choc chips

¾ cup milk

¼ cup olive oil

1 egg

Preheat the oven at 220 degrees.

Mix all dry ingredients in bowl. In a separate jug mix milk, oil and egg. Add this to dry ingredients.  Mix lightly until blended. Spoon into muffin tray. Bake for 20 minutes. Optional: Top with milk chocolate hazel spread and walnuts. Makes 12.


Juicing for Success!!

With reported health benefits such as increased energy, weight loss, mental clarity, better digestion, reduced pain, glowing skin, a stronger immune system and needing less sleep, why would one choose not to juice?

It seems, no matter what your goal, juicing has something to contribute.

Juicing is a fantastic way to boost nutrient intake. Unlike synthetic multivitamin and mineral formulas, all of the nutrients in fresh, raw juice are readily available and recognized by our bodies. Fresh, raw juices offer a myriad of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidants.

Enzymes aid digestion and if we have surplus amounts, act similar to antioxidants in the body, scavenging for free radicals such as those associated with degenerative diseases like cancer. They also help to eliminate debris from the body, for example, scar tissue around old injuries.

Much energy is used for digestion, so when we intake more nutrients, with less digestion required, our energy levels soar.

However, be aware that not all juice is equal. Commercial juice is generally pasteurized and therefore devoid of nutrients and high in sugar.

It is not only nutrients that are concentrated through juicing. Chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides and fungicides are also concentrated when we juice and over time can contribute to significant health problems, especially in children. Peeling produce does not get rid of these toxins. We must therefore be mindful to use organic fruits and vegetables.

Furthermore, organic produce contains more nutrients, tastes better and supports a more sustainable planet!

For best results, juice mainly vegetables, as sugars become quite concentrated in fruit juices. Include beetroots for liver detoxification, ginger for circulation, carrots for eyesight, celery for eliminating cellulite, turmeric for reducing inflammation and greens for minerals and overall health. A little lemon and apple can be added for taste.

Happy Juicing!



2 leaves silverbeet/ collard greens

1.5 cm fresh turmeric

1.5 cm fresh ginger

5 carrots

1 medium beetroot

½ green apple

1/2 lemon

3 celery stalks


Juice in order listed for best results. Quantities may vary slightly depending on freshness and size of produce. Enjoy.

Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Bread - wheat, dairy and sugar free

2 cups wholemeal spelt flour

1 ½ tspn baking soda

1 tspn aluminium free baking powder

2 tspn cinnamon

1 tspn nutmeg

1 tspn ginger

1 tspn cloves

2 tspn allspice

1 tspn salt

½ cup extra virgin coconut oil (can also use butter)

2 eggs

1 tspn vanilla extract

¼ cup brown rice milk

1 ½ cups grated pumpkin

½ cup raisins

¾ cup agave


1)      Grease a 9 x 5 baking pan with a little coconut oil.

2)      Sift together dry ingredients.

3)      In a separate bowl combine oil, eggs & vanilla.

4)      Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients alternately with milk.

5)      Stir in pumpkin and raisins.

6)      Bake for 65 to 75 mins at 170C until golden brown and a toothpick comes out clean.

7)      Cool in pan 10 minutes before removing.

8)      Spread with a little coconut oil or butter and enjoy!