Our Black Badgers are a classic brown Carlin Pea, also know as Black or Grey Peas and popularly served as Parched Peas in Lancashire, simply boiled up and eaten with vinegar and salt. With their firm texture and delicious nutty flavour, Carlin Peas make an excellent British substitute for chickpeas.View full product details
We've roasted British-grown green peas in rapeseed oil and added the hot bite of horseradish to create this "ridiculously moreish" snack. Our roasted peas are full of protein and fibre, and have less than 1/3 the fat of roasted nuts.
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We've roasted British-grown green peas in rapeseed oil and seasoned them with a little sea salt to create this "ridiculously moreish" snack. Our roasted peas are full of protein and fibre, and have less than 1/3 the fat of roasted nuts.View full product details
Long before we ate modern wheat, naked barley sustained us. Well suited to our climate, Bronze Age farmers would be very familiar with this nutritious, malty cereal.
Perfect for porridge and muesli, fantastic in bread, crumbles, granola and flapjacks, or even with leeks.
Our Naked Barley Flakes were highly commended in the 2017 Great British Food Awards where Michel Roux Jr. of Le Gavroche perfectly summed up their delicious versatility in his judging notes:
“The flakes look great and have a wonderful aroma of nutty goodness, which hits you as soon as you open the packet. It’s divine when cooked as a porridge, savoury or sweet, or even mixed into bread and crumbles. So much more than a breakfast cereal!”View full product details
Quinoa flour has a subtly earthy and nutty flavour, working well in both sweet and savoury baking. It's great for cakes, cookies, and biscuits as well as making excellent pancakes, tortillas, pies and breads.
Gluten-free. Milled in Essex from British-grown White Quinoa.View full product details
Closely related to wheat and barley, rye has a deep, distinctive flavour and can be eaten as a whole grain, ground into flour, or sprouted. The flour is traditionally used to make robust, close-textured breads.
Add cooked rye - or if cooking time allows, dry grains - to stews and casseroles. Add cooked grains to salads.
Rinse, bring to the boil then simmer until tender (about 45 minutes). Speed up cooking by pre-soaking for a few hours.
Rye Grain (Gluten)
For allergens, see ingredients in bold
|Typical values||Per 100g|
|of which saturates||0.3g|
|of which sugars||2.1g|
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians