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100% Pure Organic Coldpressed Coconut oil

Intact with sublime nutty flavour, with a touch of sweetness, our wholesome coconut oil is delectable for oil pulling, supple skin and healthy hair. Truly edible and nourishing for your body!

Small batches of our organic farm-grown, sweet coconuts are dehusked, deshelled, sundried at the farm to maintain top quality hygiene and freshness.

The rich natural flavour is extracted by cold-pressing these sundried coconuts, which ensures that the nutrients in the oil remain intact, cool and pure.

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The S l o w Spices

Grown Organically with love at The Slow Farm

• AllSpice Pepper

• Black Pepper

• Bay Leaf

• Kokum

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Biodegradable Egg cups for your daily breakfast.

Made of corn power and bamboo fiber in 6 happy colours // In stock now! //

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Indigo hues

Historically, true indigo was a natural dye extracted from the leaves of Indigofera tinctoria, and this process was important as blue dyes were once rare. A large percentage of indigo dye produced today – several thousand tons each year – is synthetic

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Pickling Turnip

The Art of plating Turnip pickling ingredients with farm fresh spices, vinegar and honey..

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Beeswax Recipe

Found an abandoned honeycomb at our farm recently! Curiously indulged in rendering beeswax from this honeycomb

What you need

• Honeycomb (ours was only 8"x6")

• Metal pot (preferably an old one)

• Cheese cloth

Preparation °

• Break the honey comb in small pieces, place in the centre of the cheese cloth.

• Tie up the cheese cloth bundle so no pieces fall out of the cloth into the water.

• Fill the pot with water (make sure your pan is large enough to fit this cheese cloth while completely soaked in water.

• Now turn on the gas to medium heat.

• As the water heats (approximately 65°c) the beeswax will start to melt and seep out of the cheese cloth.

• You will start to see the yellow liquid wax float in the water.

• It can take anywhere from 30mins - 1hr (depending on your honeycomb size and wax content) for all the wax to melt out.

• Once done, squeeze the cheese cloth with tongs so all excess wax comes off.

• Switch off the gas and let the pot cool off for a few hours

• As the water cools, wax will form a solid layer on top of the water (remember middle school chapters on density?)

• Voila! Beeswax is ready

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FARM FRESH EGGS

Eye popping farm-raised eggs. Bright yellow yolks and creamy inside. Deliciousness ready to be packed for delivery.

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Creamy stone fruit, Avocado!

Delicious healthy source of essential vitamins. There are never enough avocados on your plate.

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SUSTAINABLE GOODS

Citrus squeeze-inn pot. 100% Biodegradable Made from bamboo fiber and corn powder. Dish washer safe.

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SUN-KISSED CHERRY TOMATOES

Cheerful organic cherry tomatoes sprout on their own every season. Wandering around the farm to find these delectable gemstones is pure pleasure. Have you ever harvested them?

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THE SLOW FARM BASKETS

Overflowing baskets with seasonal produce for our special ones. A delightful feast for your eyes and soul!

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LEAFY RADISH

Edible from Leaf to Root. Organic leafy-greens, tender, crunchy and pungent radish naturally cleanses our digestive system.

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STARFRUIT JUICE RECIPE

Enjoy refreshing juices with our simple do-it-yourself recipe

• Slice thin stars

• Blend with little water

• Press juice down through sieve

Voila!
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CARAMBOLA

Flavourful sweet and tart starfruit is rich in essential nutrients, antioxidants, fibre and vitamins. Eat Local. Eat whole fruits!

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BROAD BEANS

Hues of Nature, Tender to Mature. Seasonal, delicious and super healthy.

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Have you ever had Organic Lychees?

Feasting on this lip-smacking delicious fruit is a pure delight. Queen of all fruits indeed!

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ELEPHANT EAR FIGS

Magical tree of life with gorgeous wide leaves. Have you ever tried these juicy fragrant figs?