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Nurtured in Norfolk

We nurture, grow and supply the highest quality produce to many of the UK's top chefs, restaurants and a range of wholesalers. @thenurturedway

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Strongly aromatic with an intense flavour, make sure to use our #microgreens sage sparingly πŸ‘ This micro herb pairs well with meats, such as pork, sausage and lamb as well as poultry or soft cheeses πŸ§€ But what’s your innovative way of using this fresh and bright microcress?πŸ‘‡
Our ice plant is sour and salty with a fresh grassy flavour 🌱 #tiptuesday Did you know ice plant is mostly water? 😱 and therefore a low-calorie food 🍽 rich in vitamins A, B and C mineral salts and trace elements πŸ‘ Double tap for your dinner from the sea 🌊
Baby leaf watercress has a moderate peppery bite that is best suited for savoury dishes 🍽 the delicate peppery flavour is ideal with game meats as it delivers a clean sharp burn to the palate that soon leaves notes of citrus and fresh grass 🌱 Double tap for green love πŸ’š
Ruby frills provides vitamin C, potassium and magnesium πŸ’ͺ it also contain dietary fibre, vitamin B6, calcium and copper - giving you endless nutrients and antioxidants as well as offering your food a strong mustard spicy flavour with fresh grassy and earthy notes 🌎
WIN a copy of the #japaneselarder by @thelondonfoodie and update your culinary cuisine in time for the new year πŸ₯³ to be in with a chance of winning, simply: - Like this post, Follow @nurturedinnorfolk & Tag a fellow cookery fan in the comments below πŸ‘‡ Good luck and Merry Christmas πŸŽ„
Blend #nurturedinnorfolk snappy and tangy Mizuna in mixed green salads, garnish main entrees and provides the perfect edible bed for roasted, sautéed or grilled vegetables 🍽 How do you prepare or finish a dish with Green Mizuna?🌱
This juicy green leaf is very similar to the taste of an oyster, salty, mushroom-like with a touch of freshness πŸ‘Œ they offer you vitamin C, B6, iron, calcium, copper, potassium and is very low in calories Double tap if you love dinner from the sea πŸ’™
Our salicornia is crisp and crunchy with an intensely salty flavour, which can be muted with cooking and is extremely high in protein πŸ’ͺ How do you use salicornia in your culinary world πŸŒŽπŸ‘‡
Lemon Balm or Melissa when simply touched, pressed or bruised release an intense lemon fragrance & the freshest #nurturedinnoroflk leaves reveal a sweet lemon zest taste with a hint of mint 🌱 Double tap if you love the aroma and taste of lemon πŸ‹
Micro green #basil works with many classic pairings, the mild and sweet characteristics of green basil makes it ideal for incorporating into sweet applications; pairing with blueberries, strawberries, apricot, pineapple, peaches and many more πŸ‘ but what do you pair this #microgreen with?πŸ‘‡
Knockout week continues and the 10 outstanding chefs remain - they have been spilt into 2 groups to show they can work together as a team and create a three course fine dining menu for special guests at The Royal College of Physicians. But only 4 chefs will make it through to the semi-finals but which chef will be facing the journey home? If you missed lasts night episodes or want to catch up on all the cooking throughout the show head to our blog through our bio link or follow the link below πŸ‘‡ where we have provided you with all the essential clips πŸ’« β €β € https://nurturedinnorfolk.co.uk/masterchef-the-professionals-knockout-week-three/
In the November issue of one of the most successful representations of body for agriculture and horticulture in England & Wales #NFUonline The British Farmer & Grower magazine, #nurturedinnorfolk were lucky enough to appear in a double page spread (38-39) to talk about the achievements of our very own Norfolk chefs, Allan & Sue Miller - who have grown a multi pound edible flower and micro-veg business from scratch πŸ€— follow the link below or head to our blog via the link in our bio to find out more πŸ‘‡πŸŒ± β €β € https://nurturedinnorfolk.co.uk/british-farmer-grower-november-2018/
Knockout week continues and the 10 outstanding chefs remain - they have been spilt into 2 groups to show they can work together as a team and create a three course fine dining menu for special guests at @trinityhouseng But only 4 chefs will make it through to the semi-finals but which chef will be facing the journey home? If you missed lasts night episodes or want to catch up on all the cooking throughout the show head to our blog through our bio link or follow the link below πŸ‘‡ where we have provided you with all the essential clips πŸ’« https://nurturedinnorfolk.co.uk/masterchef-the-professionals-knockout-week-two/
Repost: @chefdanolive Oh hello! @nurturedinnorfolk My favourite company! Thank you chef, you make us blush πŸ₯° our living pea range is packed with nutrients and antioxidants making for a fit and healthy lifestyle 🌱
Our tarragon is a tender leafy, aromatic herb, the leaves and stems are both edible and give off an anise and liquorice aroma and taste πŸŒ±πŸƒ #thursdaytip This incredible herb has a powerful flavour and can overpower other herbs; it is best used sparingly πŸ’« πŸ’šDouble tap for fresh herb lovin’
Did you know.. Soil is made of organic and inorganic matter, air and water, an the mixture depends on the way the soil is managed which in turn impacts on how plants grow 🌱 This post is ending our day for #worldsoilday and we hope to have raised awareness of the importance of soil quality for human well-being, food security and ecosystems and all the reasons why we use soil here at #nurturedinnorfolk Double tap for more nutritious and flavourful plants πŸ’š
The kitchen is heating up as the judges’ hunt for the country next culinary superstar. After four weeks of intense competition, the 12 most talented chefs remain from the initial 48 in the knockout roundsπŸ‘¨β€πŸ³πŸ‘©β€πŸ³ If you missed the first episode of the knockouts head over to our blog where we have provided you with all the essential clips πŸ€— or follow the link belowπŸ‘‡ β €β € https://nurturedinnorfolk.co.uk/masterchef-the-professionals-knockout-week/
The human race is dependent on soil for food, and the mixture of components depends on the way the soil is managed or neglected, which in turn impacts on how plants grow 🌱 Here at Nurtured in Norfolk we make sure we have the knowledge of soil type, structure, management and conditions. As these are the elements in which can make the difference between good plant growth and a thriving ecosystem and a wastelandπŸ€— follow the link below or head to our blog to read up more about #worldsoilday β €β € https://nurturedinnorfolk.co.uk/world-soil-day/
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