Coconut Chicken Curry, Mango Chutney and Gluten-Free Naan BreadCoconut Chicken Curry and Mango Chutney are a perfect match! Served with rice and our Gluten-Free Naan Bread, this fantastic meal is definitely a crowd pleaser!Coconut Chicken Curry, Mango Chutney and Gluten-Free Naan BreadCoconut Chicken Curry and Mango Chutney are a perfect match! Served with rice and our Gluten-Free Naan Bread, this fantastic meal is definitely a crowd pleaser!Hollandaise SauceEasy Olive Oil MayoProbiotic SalsaSunflower Seed ButterThis seed butter is a fantastic alternative to almond butter (or other nut butters), especially if you have an allergy or intolerance to nuts. It can be used in pancakes, bliss balls, smoothies, mixed into yoghurt with berries and more. Tomato Chilli SauceA beautiful tomato chilli sauce that can be served with veggie chips, on top of homemade burgers or rissoles, added to spaghetti bolognaise and more. Tomato Sauce made from REAL Foods4 Ingredient Homemade MayoMayo is one of the best condiments to have on hand, it can be quickly added to salads, made into dressings or added to dips, and this one contains our Inca Inchi Oil which is a beautiful source of anti-inflammatory Omega 3's. Gut Lovin’ Liver PateWhen we typically think of superfoods, we think of green leafy vegetables, a super berry like Camu Camu, or some other form like wild-caught salmon. But most people don’t even consider liver which is the most nutrient-dense superfood on the planet. It's incredibly rich in Vitamin E: a potent anti-oxidant, it is also essential for reproductive health as well as tissue repair and optimal circulation. It's a good source of vitamin C and the B vitamins, especially B6, B9 (folic acid) and B12. There are also minerals found in chicken liver including calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and selenium. Liver is an incredible food, a great way to eat from head to tail and a way to honour the animal.Coconut ButterSimple SauerkrautSauerkraut is often one of the first fermented food that is recommended to curious DIY-ers that are interested in improving their own gut health. There is good reason for this, It's beyond easy to make, it requires very little special equipment, and the results are delicious and come with many nutritional and health benefits. Lemon Tahini Roasted Beetroot DipA great way to incorporate tahini into your diet, which is rich in minerals, a great source of calcium and high in vitamin E and B vitamins. Not to mention the many benefits of beetroot and turmeric which are proven to improve blood flow.Nut Free Kale & Basil PestoThis pesto goes great with our turmeric seedy crackers, or simply eaten with celery or cucumber sticks! Its nut free so great for school lunches and is incredibly rich in Omega 3's which are essential for brain health. Nourishing Broth Salad SprinkleA great way to add extra gut nourishing goodness to your salads!Roasted Onion & Chicken GravyCultured Rainbow VeggiesAnti-inflammatory Turmeric Macadamia ButterThis is a beautiful, nourishing and healthy savoury spread which is packed full of anti-inflammatory properties from the turmeric. You can have this on homemade seedy crackers, veggie sticks, on homemade bread as a topping or straight off the spoon!