Matcha is a specialty type of green tea that is finely ground into a vibrant green powder. It's really high in antioxidants. It's also a great alternative to caffeine; it provides a gentle, sustained energy boost without the jitters or crash commonly associated with coffee.
As for the taste, matcha has a unique, complex flavor profile that is deeply vegetal and slightly sweet, with a creamy texture. It carries a hint of umami and a pleasant, slightly bitter aftertaste.
Coconuts are high in medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), which are a type of fat that your body can easily absorb and use for energy. They are also a good source of fiber and essential vitamins and minerals like manganese.
Goji berries are loaded with beta-carotene, which helps promote healthy skin. The betaine in the berries expedites liver cell production and prevents fat from accumulating in your liver.
The flavour can be described as mildly sweet and tart, somewhat akin to a cross between a cranberry and a cherry. They possess a slight herbal undertone.
They are a good source of healthy fats, protein, B vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants, and other beneficial plant compounds. They are particularly known for their high calcium and magnesium content.
They have a deep, nutty, and slightly earthy flavor that is richer and more complex than that of their white sesame counterparts. They possess a toasted, almost smoky undertone. The taste is often described as more intense and concentrated, making black sesame seeds a popular choice for adding depth of flavor.
Taro is a root vegetable that is a good source of fiber and essential nutrients like Vitamin C, Vitamin E, B-vitamins, and important minerals like magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium.
It has a creamy texture and an earthy, vanilla-like flavor.
Cacao nibs add a chocolatey crunch to overnight oats, providing a delicious contrast to the creamy texture.
They are rich in antioxidants, fiber, and essential minerals like magnesium and iron.
Cacao nibs also contain theobromine, a natural stimulant that provides a gentle energy boost without the jitters associated with caffeine.
Their complex, slightly bitter taste offers a sophisticated edge to the naturally sweet oats, elevating the flavor profile.
Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and protein, making them excellent for anti-inflammatory benefits, digestive health, and muscle repair.
In overnight oats, chia seeds act as a natural thickening agent, absorbing liquid and creating a creamy, gel-like consistency. The high fiber content in chia seeds aids in digestion and provides a sustained release of energy, making overnight oats a long-lasting breakfast.
Flaxseeds / Linseeds
Share similar nutritional profiles and culinary properties as chia seeds.
Flaxseeds have a more earthy, nutty flavor and chia seeds are virtually flavorless.
Jujube FruitFind out more
Jujube is a sweet, fleshy berry-like fruit that has origins in China dating back more than 4000 years. It helps with Iron deficiency anemia, anti-aging, relieve stress, strengthen Immunity.
It's not as sweet as palm dates but full of its own distinct flavours. It's softly sweet with a bland mild fruitiness that evenly spread over the palette.
Interestingly, the texture is lovelysoft, spongy and fluffy. People describe it as anatural marshmallow.
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What Are "Natural Flavors" Anyway?
We pride ourselves on using 100% natural ingredients, but it's worth noting that we do not use 'natural flavors.'
You've probably seen "natural flavors" listed on many food labels, but have you ever stopped to wonder what it actually means? Despite the name, natural flavors aren't always as "natural" as they sound. They start with real ingredients, but can undergo various forms of processing that can include heat, enzymes, or acids to extract or create flavor compounds.
When you see a product with "natural flavors," keep in mind it's an umbrella term that can cover a multitude of ingredients. So the next time you're looking for something to eat, go for food with ingredients you recognize. Like ours.
Some common preservatives on food labels you prob don't know:
Always read labels carefully! if it's something you dont know, that's prob bad for you!
No Added Sugar
In moderation, a little added sugar isn't necessarily harmful, especially if it's in the form of 'raw sugar,' which undergoes less processing.
However, it's crucial to steer clear of foods loaded with excessive amounts of added sugars, particularly refined variants like glucose, sucrose, dextrose, glucose syrup, golden syrup, corn syrup, fructose, corn sugar, beet sugar, invert sugar, and maltose.
Rather than relying on added sugars, why not embrace the natural sweetness found in whole foods?
That's exactly what we do in our overnight oats—providing sweetness without the added sugars!
Harmony in Every Bite: Where Ingredients Shine Naturally
Emphasis is placed on the original flavours of the ingredients themselves. We let their flavors enhance each other, avoiding the use of added flavorings.