Meet our fresh greens!
Nosh Flavour Guide
Zesty Green Sorrel
Taste profile | Green colour oval shaped leaves with tangy and lemony flavour. Very refreshing addition to potato or grain salads, best enjoyed raw as it is, either chopped up or as a full leaf.
Commonly paired with | Cream, Yogurt, Cheese, Potato, Pesto, Scallops, Bacon, Salmon
Health benefits | Packed with Vitamin A, Vitamin C and potassium, and is a good source of fiber. The leaves helps to boosts immunity, digestive health and maintain healthy eyesight and skin.
Taste profile | Richly aromatic with subtle hints of mint and sweet basil flavours. Small compact leaves make them the perfect final touch to your salads, pastas or even desserts for extra flavour boost.
Commonly paired with | Mushrooms, Yogurt, Berries
Health benefits | Great source of vitamin A and magnesium that can help to boost cardiovascular health and blood circulation.
Taste profile | Lily-padlooking leaves with sharp peppery flavour and mustard scent. Can be mixed into salads for extra flavour burst or as garnish.
Commonly paired with | Potato, Pesto, Eggs, Alcohol
Health benefits | Rich source of Vitamin C for supporting of immune system.
Taste profile | Distinctive bright taste with hints of mint, cilantro and basilFresh leaves are best used as a wrap for bbq meats or torn to bits and eaten with fresh fruits. Can also be juiced with fresh apples & oranges.
Commonly paired with | Fish (Yellowtail, tuna, salmon), Pesto, Fruits, Grilled meats
Health benefits | Rich source of antioxidant. Its superb anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties is also known to strengthen our immune system and skin health.
Taste profile | Large curled juicy leaves filled with sweet and spicy flavours Best enjoyed fresh on pizzas and pasta dishes or can also be used in alcohol infusion.
Commonly paired with | Cheese, Eggs, Olive oil/vinaigrette dressings, Alcohol
Health benefits | Rich in vitamin K, vitamin C and manganese. Helps to shield ourselves from cell damaging free radicals, boosting stress relief.
Taste profile | Looks like pak choy but don’t be fooled! Simply mix torn creamy leaves and sweet crunchy stalks for a fresh salad base. It can can be lightly stir fried with garlic and onion.
Commonly paired with | Avocado, Grains, Eggs, Tofu
Health benefits | High in carotenoids for improving eye health and calcium.
Taste profile | Mildly bitter and peppery taste that adds subtle flavour punch to any dishA common salad green that can be used as a salad base or cooked by adding it to stir fries, pasta and soups.
Commonly paired with | Alfredo/tomato based sauces, Bacon, Fruits, Quinoa
Health benefits | Promotes eye health, strengthen bones.
Taste profile | Frilly leaves that has robust mustard flavour and wasabi-like finish. Common salad green that pairs well with beef, pork and cheeses. It can also be enjoyed cooked in a simple sautee.
Commonly paired with | Bacon, Pancetta, Prosciutto, Cheese
Health benefits | Good source of vitamin A, calcium and riboflavin, which are all important for growth and a healthy heart!