Inspired by an immune-boosting salad recipe we developed, this gift box contains local, natural, hand-crafted foods that support gut health and the immune system. Contains:
Sussex wild venison bresaola 50g – naturally cured with sea salt, herbs, spices, hedgerow fruits and Sussex gin (additive-free) – venison is a lean, high-protein meat that’s packed with zinc and B vitamins and ours won a Great Taste Award in 2017.
Responsibly farmed oak smoked salmon 200g – from award-winning smokers, Springs (no antibiotics, growth hormones or synthetic pigmentation) – as well as being rich in heart-healthy Omega-3, salmon is a good source of vitamins B and E, as well as immune-boosting selenium.
Sage & cashew nut pesto 190g – made with organically grown sage, add to salads, soups and starters for a bit of extra zing; stir into risotto at the end; top veg with it or add to pasta for a quick, easy, delicious and nutritious meal. Sage is a natural remedy for pain relief, protecting the body against oxidative stress, bacterial and virus infection. Cashews are rich in vitamins E, zinc and selenium. Selenium is an essential trace element that is vital for DNA synthesis, and protection from oxidative damage and infection.
Virgin cold-pressed Kentish cobnut oil 250ml – Cobnuts are an ancient, natural and nutritious cultivated hazelnut, larger than the norm, traditionally grown in Kent. Prized by chefs; a supreme winner at the Great Taste Awards and eaten as an after-dinner delicacy by the Victorians, the oil is wonderfully light, cholesterol-free and packed with flavour, protein and vitamins B & E. Combine with cider vinegar and a smidgeon of honey to make a delicious, healthy, nutty dressing, or drizzle over dishes to elevate a meal.
Sussex cider vinegar – unpasturised apple cider vinegar from artisans Bignose & Beardy containing ‘the mother’…. gut-healthy bacteria. It can improve digestion, support your immune system and relieve a cough.
Single source, unpasteurised wildflower honey from The Sussex Bee – this small apiary in ancient woodland overlooks two wildflower meadows and creates a fantastic runny honey that’s delicious drizzled over yoghurt, porridge oats, or used to naturally sweeten salad dressings and bakes. Honey is naturally anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory.