Vegan celebrity Miley Cyrus was just one of many to lose her home this past week in the California Woolsey Fire. Despite this, the star says that she is grateful that she was able to rescue her pets and make it out alive with her […]
The actress made a $100,000 donation to The Humane Society of Ventura County, which is on the ground helping the non-human victims of the wildfires in Southern California. “Our efforts for rescuing and caring for evacuated animals from the Hill and Woolsey fires had caught […]
So what is Black Garlic?
The above mentioned benefits apply to White Garlic however recently there has been a rise in popularity of Black Garlic. White Garlic becomes Black Garlic following a month-long fermentation process under strictly controlled heat and humidity. This very specific process results is a soft, jelly-like texture that is free from odour and has a taste similar to figs.
From a nutritional point of view, Black Garlic has a much higher content of allicin, the active ingredient in White Garlic that imparts its benefits, but without the odour. Additionally, Black Garlic is rich in amino acids and has almost double the amount of antioxidants when compared to White Garlic. But that is not the whole story.
Black Garlic also contains an additional very specific compound called S-Allycysteine (SAC) in very high concentrations, compared to White Garlic which is water soluble and thus absorbed easily within the body. S-Allylcysteine has been shown to assist with the absorption of allicin. This makes Black Garlic much more effective than White Garlic for all the benefits mentioned above and additionally it is well tolerated by the digestive system so the chance of gastric distress is completely minimised.
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According to the Telegraph, the supermarket in Belsize Park intends to go virtually plastic-free in the next three years and has already removed plastic from more than 1,700 product lines over the past ten weeks. Andrew Thornton, the owner of the Budgen’s franchise, hopes that the […]
Miley Cyrus is a popular American singer and actress. She became famous after playing the role of a young pop singer in the youth series “Hannah Montana2” Music career of Miley Cyrus developed in parallel with the acting career. And she is vegan. Living a […]
YES! NO meat.
3 simple words that sum up what we’re all about at Hooba. It’s that eureka moment when you take a bite and realise that we’ve cracked it – meat-free food that actually tastes amazing!
We’ve developed a range of meat-free foods which are natural, nutritious, but most importantly of all really, really tasty.
Family favourites such as burgers, sausages, no-meatballs and mince can all be used in your favourite dishes, from sensational spag bols to kickin’ kofta kebabs, with none of the bad stuff that comes with processed meat, but loads of good stuff.
There are tons of reasons why reducing the amount of meat you eat (or cutting it out completely) is very good for both you and the planet. You can read all about all that in our Eat Good sections if you like.
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Hooba Meat-Free Loaf
- ALLERGEN ADVICE: WHEAT RUSK, ROLLED OATS
- Selected Mushrooms (39%), Water, Rapeseed Oil, Rusk (Wheat Flour (Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Salt), Oats, Stabiliser (Cellulose Powder (E460), Methyl Cellulose (E461), Vegetable Fibre, Salt, Sodium Carbonate (E500), Mod. Starch (E1422)), Seasoning (Salt, Fortified Wheatflour (Wheatflour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Sugar, Spice, Dehydrated Peppers, Dehydrated Garlic, Garlic Powder, Preservative E223 (Sulphur Dioxide (SO2)), Stabiliser E450, Stabiliser E451, Dextrose, Antioxidant E301, Sodium Citrate E331, Herb Extract), Modified Cellulose, Natural Flavouring, Dehydrated Onion, Beetroot Powder.
British based ski chalet holiday company Ski Beat has also added gluten and nut-free weeks to its offerings, claiming that requests for meat-free food are ‘at an all-time high’. A vegan typical menu will include tomato balsamic soup followed by Moroccan chickpea casserole, parsley cous […]