Bonraw is a table sugar alternative that,
by comparison, will reduce your calorie
intake, has a lower glycaemic index and
can even look after your teeth (yes teeth!).
A plant-based range of natural sugars
sourced from around the world, Bonraw
products are 100% natural, raw and
unrefined with packaging that is 100%
Bonraw's Coconut and Panela sugars
are certified organic (they are working
on getting the Silverbirch sugar similarly
Spices are fantastic for adding fun and
flavour to foods without adding fat or
sugar, so we give them the thumbs up!
George Bond and Raymond Watkins,
directors of Mr Wolf Spices Ltd., based in
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, have announced
the launch of an initial offering of seven
culinary herb and spice combinations,
after lengthy experimentation and kitchen
trials by fellow director, Hamish Dow.
Labelled Urban Spice under the new
Mr Wolf brand, each combination of
dry spices has been carefully curated.
Selected from a total of 26 individual
spices, each combo is designed to enrich
and enhance the core flavour of food
types, from meats to poultry, seafood
or vegetables. Mr Wolf spice packets
can be purchased individually at £9.97
per 100g packet or £3.00 for a 20g
sample packet. Try La Rossa, the Zingy,
Spicey one that contains paprika, fennel,
oregano, rosemary, garlic, bay, cayenne
pepper and coriander. It's used in Italian
or Spanish-style pasta dishes, soups,
stews and casseroles. Or have a sniff of
the Peaceful Turk, inspired by the rich
certified). As it happens, silverbirch can
starve the harmful bacteria in your mouth,
reducing plaque build-up and therefore
avoiding tooth decay, preventing dental
cavities and inflammatory gum diseases.
It contains 40% less calories than refined
sugar, is less likely to spike blood glucose
levels (or at least the curve will be flatter)
and apparently feeds friendly microbes in
your digestive system.
flavours of Turkey and the Middle East,
this combination is essentially herbal with
a touch of exotic heat, sporting the spices
sweet paprika, hot paprika, dill, mint,
cumin, sumac, coriander and saffron. The
website also holds recipes.