Categories for Grains

Trail mix: can British people make it?

May 17, 2013 11:59 am Published by Leave your thoughts

I’ve never actually said the words ‘trail mix’ out loud. In fact, I find it fairly hard even to type them. They’re just so… un-British. After all, here in Britain, we don’t go on trails - we follow footpaths, rights-of-way and bridleways. And we don't eat 'mixes' - we have a nice, solid bar of something as we walk. has to be admitted that trail mix is a good idea. Read on and find out how to make your own.

Lose lbs with us (and save £s!)

May 16, 2013 11:59 am Published by Leave your thoughts

It is now believed that most adults in England (61.8%) are either overweight or obese, with 30% of children falling into the same categories. Now is perhaps a good time to think about how eating MORE food – of the right kind – can actually help us LOSE weight. Here at Naturally Good Food, we believe that if you eat sensibly and naturally, you’ll manage to keep your weight down.

Still looking for Julian Graves products?

January 25, 2013 5:05 pm Published by 4 Comments

Julian Graves has gone, but Naturally Good Food can supply you with the products you bought from them! Phone us on 01455 556878 or visit our website to see our fabulous selection of dried fruit, nuts and seeds, snack packs and muesli ingredients.

Quinoa: a grain for space and our planet

October 8, 2012 11:36 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Two interesting things to note about quinoa: To underline its importance as a grain, the United Nations has designated 2013 the International Year of Quinoa. It is even NASA’s food of choice for astronauts on deep space travel. As superfoods go, you can’t get better endorsement than that!

Spelt – better than wheat

July 12, 2012 2:24 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Spelt is a new superfood – and also a very, very old superfood! It’s a sub-species of wheat that was a staple of the British population’s diet in medieval times.

Have you had your oats?

July 7, 2012 2:46 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Porridge has been the cool choice of breakfast in major UK cities for a few years now. With ‘porridge bars’ popping up in stations and shopping centres, and major snack retailers jumping on board, you can expect to see city workers, bankers, publishers and all sorts of high-flyers tucking into a takeaway bowl early in the morning. But has the trend reached you yet?