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  • What is a Jujube?
    Jujubes have been grown in China for over 3000 years. They are considered to the Chinese in Asia the way an olive is considered in the Mediterranean. The fresh fruit is considered similar to an apple with its own unique flavour. The dried fruit has a similar texture to a medjool date however, it still retains its own unique taste and sweetness.
  • How to eat jujubes - Fresh vs Dried?
    It all comes down to your own individual taste preference . The advantage of dried is that it prolongs the shelf life of the fruit and you can enjoy eating delicious Jujubes and reap all the health benefits of the fruit all year round.
  • The health benefits of a Jujube
    Where do we start?? There are so many. They are high in antioxidants and contain more vitamin C than any citrus fruits. They may lower blood cholesterol, thus helping prevent heart disease · They may improve blood sugar control and improve sleep quality. Refer to the links section of this website to read some articles detailing the amazing health benefits of this fruit.
  • Why should you choose a local honey?
    The simple answer is that it is unprocessed and pure. The honey you buy in a supermarket is often filtered and removes any trace amounts of pollen the honey may contain. The purer the honey, the stronger its medicinal benefits including anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. It may also help reduce local allergies
  • What is "Free Range" vs The House in the hill "free range"."
    According to Western Australia regulations: 'Free range' means the eggs were laid by hens that: Had meaningful and regular access to an outdoor range; Were able to roam freely on the outdoor range; and Were subject to a stocking density of 10,000 hens or less per hectare. This is the equivalent of 1 square metre per chicken! We currently have 14 hens who can roam the entire 50 acres so they are definitely free range. This is why our eggs are so golden, creamy, delicious and highly sought after!
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