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Aloe vera juice is a gooey, thick liquid made from the flesh of the aloe vera plant leaf, growing in The Brasserie’s organic garden. The aloe vera we use on our skin in over-the-counter gels is derived from plants of the same name. In fact, there’s more than one kind of aloe, with an estimated 420 different species.
The Surinam cherry is not a cherry nor is it exclusively from Surinam. An acquired taste, most people expect a cherry flavour but instead, get ready for a tangy-sweetness with a hint of bitterness.
There is a truck load of goodness in our most recent butter bean haul; a legume as versatile in cooking as its growing conditions. Beans […]
If we told you that the humble and unassuming leaf of the kaffir lime assisted with oral health, helped to detoxify the blood, boosted skin […]
A cook’s highest compliment to a fruit or vegetable is simplicity of preparation. Radishes, one of winter’s most convincing arguments for eating seasonally, can provide just […]