Biting Through



A slice of bakery Life

Have you ever tried our bread? Or any bakery products come to think of it?   If you have, you might want to know some of our secrets in making it sooo good. If you haven’t – well you are in for a treat.     Starting right So we have been baking bread in…

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Seedy Sunday 2024

 is coming – find out more! Did you know Seedy Sunday is on the 4th of February this year?   Or that it’s back at the  Brighton Open Market from 9am to 4.30 pm. It’s free entry but they love a donation!    Seedy Sunday holds a special place in the hearts of Brighton and…

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Start the year right

Start the year right and take yourself to Infinity. As the clock ticks toward a brand new year, seize the opportunity to journey towards a healthier, more vibrant you!  Give your immune system the support it deserves and fortify your digestive health with our wellness essentials.  Eating a good balanced diet is at the heart…

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The Festive time of year

Is about giving Why not wish upon a star to give to one of our three charities? We are donating to these Sussex charities this year. Donating is easy. You just need to grab a token from our tree and take it to the till. All money raised will be donated to the charities, helping…

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Our hidden festive fizz

Hey, can I tell you something? Do you know about a hidden gem in our little shop… the booze cabinet? This well-guarded treasure of the shop is under lock and key, so you will need to ask us to open it. Inside is a treasure of organic, vegan and all-veggie plonk, fizz, beers and general…

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Why is fruit and veg so expensive this year?

Since Brexit, the skilled seasonal fruit and vegetable pickers have found it very difficult and not being invited to come to the UK, which resulted in £60m worth of crops rotting in the ground due to a lack of workers according to the National Farmers Union. With last year’s waste, high energy bills and increasingly…

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Quick Warm roasted fennel, lemon and walnut salad:

Wash and cut the fennel bulbs into quarters. Add garlic slices, a lemon cut into quarters and sliced the red onion, add olive oil Place all of them into an ovenproof dish and roast on 180 for half an hour. On a separate metal tray place your walnuts and toast for a few minutes, checking not…

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braised fennel and leek crust pie

Heat the oven to 200C (180C fan)/390F/gas 6. Bash open the heads of garlic and remove the outer layers. Top and tail the fennel, remove the outer leaves if they are looking old (reserve the thick stalks for stocks or salads), then cut the bulbs in half and cut across into thick slices, no thicker…

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Home-made pizza recipe

Veggie Pizza Recipe, Add all the dry ingredients together in a bowl, add warm water and olive oil to the dry mix and stir either with dry, clean hands or a spoon. Once it’s starting to hold together more, tip it onto a dry clean surface and knead the dough for at least 10 mins…

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What is “The Hungry Gap”?

What is the hungry gap? You might hear one of our members on veg say “We’re in the hungry gap at the moment.” But what exactly does that mean? Well, some of it’s to do with where we are on the planet and how the sun travels… but we won’t go into all the details…

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