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The Kokwa & Mikki range by Miss Nang is a dual range with 10 treats including crackers and a variety of dips.
‘As we approached Miss Nang Treats’ 5th anniversary, I wanted to offer an alternative way of enjoying nuts and seeds to a new cohort of plant-based aficionados. So, I made it happen!’ Says Hortense Julienne, founder of Miss Nang Treats.
‘Over 20% of Brits have switched to a flexitarian or plant-based diet since the beginning of Covid 19. People are paying more attention to their health and nuts and seeds are a whole pharmacy on their own. They are full of nutrients, vitamins, and are versatile and varied. Plant-based consumers and others include nuts in their diet to build and conserve good health from the inside out. The only hick, those kernels can often taste like nothing, and are therefore often ignored.
‘I feel that people do not value nuts and seeds enough and so don’t realise how versatile those little kernels really are. This is why I cover them with unexpected flavour and colour combinations to turn them into visibly attractive stars. Everybody is attracted to stars, right?’ Hortense continues.
The Kokwa & Mikki range is as full of colour as Miss Nang Treat’s original range. Building on her original recipes, Hortense turns rehydrated walnuts into fresh butter with carrot and coconut cream; an absolute delight as you are yet to find on the market.
Find a smooth and vibrant Beetroot Chutney – the one called Bitsy Beet has fine bits of beetroot cooked in creamy water chestnuts with fennel. The range is again another adventure with natural colour and flavours.
As for the crackers, there are four of them made out of black rice, red beans, plantain, Maris piper potato and combined with either sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, almond or peanut.
Hortense says ‘ I love potatoes with skin, I like yellow plantain, and black rice is something else. I wanted to turn all this healthy stuff into something that people would recognise. It was like dressing a pharmacy to look like a candy store. It was hard work, but I found the formula… ‘
This range is going to be a delight for all to enjoy this Autumn, and launches just in time for the Christmas treat list. Many food bloggers and professionals have already been tasting the range and the feedback shows it’s full of promise.
“The developer of this range really took pleasure in bringing all these ingredients together. It is an absolute tribute to her adventurous palate and playfulness with daring flavours .” – A food blogger
“Dips and spreads like Bitsy Beet and Cream of Sunflowers feel like a dollop of luxury. Especially on a black rice and almond cracker. And just for grown ups too; I hide mine from the kids!’ – Jon Whitmarsh, a Miss Nang Treats fan.
The range is completely hand-made, produced in small batches and to order.
The Kokwa & Mikki range is available to purchase on www.missnang.com
If you are free on Monday 1st November, why not join Hortense at 11 am for the mid morning snack time and a chat on Instagram?
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