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Figs Nutrition

Figs Nutrition

According to the Canadian Nutrient File, figs are extremely nutrient dense. They have high potassium and fibre content which is reported to help combat heart disease and lower cholesterol levels. On top of that, they’re rich in antioxidants — both in their fresh and ...
How to Prepare Figs

How to Prepare Figs

Photo credit: Lisa from The Viet Vegan How to Prepare Figs Figs are often made into preserves or dried to take advantage of their delicious flavour. However, fresh figs are delightful eaten out of hand given their soft, sweet flavour and chewy texture. Roast Figs: ...
What do Figs go well with?

What do Figs go well with?

What Do Figs Go Well With? Figs go well with goat cheese, blue cheese, bacon, prosciutto, pears, oranges, peaches, raspberries, red wine, balsamic vinegar or sherry vinegar, honey, phyllo pastry, caramel, vanilla, black pepper, olive oil, rosemary, cinnamon, cardamom, ...
Leek Tips

Leek Tips

Leek Tips The tougher green ends of a leek can be used to flavour soups.  Just wash well and secure in a cheesecloth bag while the soup is cooking. Simmer sliced leeks in vegetable, chicken, or beef broth to add extra flavour. Sauté leeks and add them to a quiche, ...
How to Prepare Leeks

How to Prepare Leeks

Leeks gradate in colour from white to dark green. Typically, the bottom half, or what’s commonly referred to as the “white to light green part” in recipes, is the most tender. The dark green ends are usually used to flavour stock or are simply discarded. 1) Cleaning ...

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