Meet Charlotte the subscriber

Discover Miss Nang Subscription boxes. More than helping you improving you life style, you also learn to treat you envirment better. Both ontributing to a better life.
 
This week, I’d like to introduce you to Charlotte, Miss Nang Treats first  ever monthly  snack box  subscriber.
 
Charlotte, a South Londonner, is a 45 year old married mother of 3 that has been addicted to sugary stuff for years. She was looking for something to help her get off her sugar craving and eat better. 
 
Charlotte has been a subscriber for 2 whole years now. With me walking alongside her, Charlotte gained the following:
  1. She learned to snack better. It was progressive with many fails and learning.
  2. She decided to become vegan and switched her nuts subscription to cooking sauces (you don’t have to)
  3. As an Abel & Co subscriber, she has learnt to waste her vegetables
  4. She’s also learnt to recycle her jars and more.
 
How? Let’s go through her journey.
 
 
She learnt to snack better… Instead of continuously buying the chemical laden sweets as she used to, she took a subscription of the nuts and seeds collection. The box came with sweet and savoury snacks. As you’d guess, the sweet ones always went first, then she was forced to eat the savoury. Since she didn’t like the savory much she asked that her subscription only came with the sweet nuts. The only problem was that they never lasted the whole month. But at least, she couldn’t reorder before her next box as I’d know (not that I am policing or anything…).
Miss Nang treat isn’t all about money and creating another form of addiction. so I am very much against creating addicts with my products. I say that in all my live videos. Since this client was determined to do better having heard my health challenges, she was ready to be coached through a healthier snacking life. Two weeks ago she proudly announced to me that she had managed to make her last pack of cashew-beet last a whole week. I feel like a proud mama. It means less sales, but at least people are going back to the real definition of having a treat.
Note: Your subscription can be upgraded, downgraded or you can change the content of your box after your first trimester. 
As Miss Nang is a small business, you can choose how to communicate with me. It is important for me to maintain a human to human relation and provide you with the best possible experience.
 

One pot dinner with Sunflower & Mushroom cooking sauce

2. She decided to take on a vegan challenge a year ago and still on it a year and a half on.
Due to a spiritual challenge (see book of Daniel, Christian bible), Charlotte decided to go on a vegan journey just as Miss Nang was starting to develop the Kokwa & Mikki range early 2021. In February, we discussed her new journey and Charlotte switched her subscription to half  nuts and half the cooking sauces & crackers. She tested almost all the test versions of the Kokwa & Mikki range. As a busy business woman with no time to cook, the Kokwa and Mikki sauces allowed Charlotte to have vegan hot meals without having to think too much. Her diet became even more varied than before with some suggestions from me. Charlotte has since recommended the sauces to many people who have come to her house for dinner and discovered the hassle free cooking aids. Not only can she use the sauces for her main meals, she can also use them for her sandwiches.
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Note: As a VIP/Subscriber, you will often receive off-Listing snacks and gifts. Miss Nang is forever experimenting, so you might sometimes have snacks that you have not ordered. Moss Off-Listing comes from customised wedding favours and seasonal products.
Not only that, every quarter, subscribers are entitled to free branded merchandise of edibles from other small businesses.
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3 She no longer wastes her Abel & Co vegetables.
One of the great advantages of being a small business with a heart is that there is space to build real relations with the regular customers. The relationship can go as far as the client wants it to. 
As a Abel & Co subscriber, Charlotte and I have often discussed how to creatively use vegetables from her Abel & Co subscription box in conjunction with the Kokwa & Mikki cooking sauces.  
Having often participated to my live videos on sustainability, she has also learnt to  revive dried up vegetables and get her sprouted vegetables collected by local allotment owners using the Olio App.
Our environment impacts our health, so I am keen on helping as many people as possible to join the journey and do their part.
 
4 She has learnt to recycle and more…
If you follow Miss Nang treats on Instagram and if you have read a number of these newsletters, you will have noted that sustainability and sustainable living are one the top 3 USP of Miss Nang Treats. Not only compostable imitation plastic use is encouraged, but glass jars can also be sent back to based against a discount  on future purchases.
Charlotte never used to recycle, through coaching and other activities, every six month she receives up to  £5.00 back in her account  for having returned the jars & lids. She has not caught the re-planting bug yet, but many others have. As mentioned above, Charlotte is now on Olio, a sharing app. This App helps her limit what she actually bin from food to decorative items. The olio app was created to help people exchange and share all sort within their own community in a 5 miles radius. I highly recommend it.
 
Note: The Olio App has been very helpful for communities since the pandemic. People with extra cooked or dry food are able to share their excesses, supermarkets also share their excesses through Food Waste Heroes. The FWH or Food waste Heroes collect supermarket excess (incl. Display by, use by date) of fresh or baked goods, then redistribute to the community through the Olio app. All done without exchange of money. You can be a giver or a receiver ont he app and list you extra mugs, old jars, sofa and even wine if you are going sober.
 
 
As you can see, becoming a subscriber forsters deeper relations and growth. As a community volunteer with a particular interest in sustainability and healthy eating, I am able to share with you ideas on how to start or grow in your journey if you want to.
 
If you’d like to become a subscriber, please check out the models available here.
 
Should you have questions, please do not hesitate to hit the reply button.

We are celebrating SIX years

 Miss Nang Treats turned 6 yesterday. Visit https://www.instagram.com/missynang/  to see all the celebratory posts and the Live video.

What a journey it has been. Already four Food & Dinks awards including the most coveted Guild Of Fine Food star for a product launched only a year ago. We are not going to forget the many many printed media coverage including the Financial times, Wellbeing Magazine the Independent, the Daily Express AND Speciality Food magazine, as well as Confectionary magzine 2 well thought of industry magazines. See few articles below.

The Financial Times – Article in Financial times

The Independent – British Sandwich Week_ Five unusual sarnies to perk up your WFH lunch _ The Independent

Confectionary Magazine – Sweet Talk_ Hortense Julienne, Founder & CEO of Miss Nang Treats – IC

Forbes Online – Why Being A Jack Of All Trades Is Essential For Success

Daily express – Orange peels – From scraps..to scrumptious! – Kim Jones  

Miss Nang Treats is quirky, but has health & environment in mind for every product created. See enviroment related articles below:

What small businesses want from COP26 _ Enterprise Nation

Sustainable businesses_ the pros, cons and the future – The Vegan Review

Plastic free – Why plastic packaging persists_ A view from the food industry

This is reflected in the ingredients used in the production of every snack created. Where possible (often), the ingredients are harvested in the UK and contain zero chemicals or refining.

The packaging is an imitation plastic made with wood pulp and home compostable. Any jar can be returned to Miss Nang Treats against a coupon to use on your next online order.

 

As we celebrate our anniversary throughout  this month, the most popular snacks chosen during various tasting sessions will allp be sold at just £5.00 each.

Allowing some of you to discover the brand and  others to stash up for their Christmas stockings.

The snacks on offer can be seen here https://missnang.com/product-tag/iamsix/

These are reasons why you should take advantage of this £5.00 offer:

  1. If you are making gift hampers, nuts, seeds and crackers are very practical because they last longer. Anything made in November will be best before 31st January.

  2. If you are having a Christmas spread, you will already have a starting set and will be ahead in planning that part of your festive season.

  3. You can stash them away for those people you never think of, who turn up unannounced. Shove a few packs in a gift bag with a card, et VOILA!

And because we are celebrating, every order over £30.00 will come with a gift, even the subscription boxes.

We hope you have enjoyed being part of thin incredible journey.

Do you have any question? email miss-nang@outlook.com, follow on twitter & Instagram @MissyNang.

Subscription boxes can help build good habits

Subscription boxes are a reminder to keep going.

If you are taking on new habits, subscribe to something related to keep you going…

Do you sometimes struggle to stay organised and stick to routines?

How do you bring yourself back on track if you fall off the routine?
 
For some people, reminders set to automatically show up at certain times help. Email reminders to attend the gym class, reminders to book a selfcare time. For other things, email reminders will not work. For example eating healthy, eating more vegetables and snacking healthier and with purpose. For that, Subscription boxes are the solution.
 
As we set in for the winter season, our rhythms drop a bit. We become a bit more uncontrollable with our diet, a bit more chocolates here, more doughnuts there, pies and sweets everyday. But that can be curbed and even reduced with one decision and a small amount of discipline.
For those looking to eat more vegetables and don’t know where to start, a veggie box subscription is the best solution: Every month, a selection of curated vegetables from Abel & Co lands on you door step and all you have to do if find the way to turn them into food for your family. 
You get to discover new vegetables and learn to cook more creatively. Since the box lands week/month, you become accustomed to some vegetables that you have learnt to love and can now fetched in the supermarket or fruits & veggies market.
 
For those looking to snack better, many services like Miss Nang Treats and Graze offer subscription models that will land in your post box at regular intervals.
The beauty about subscription boxes is that they on the long run actually help you save £££ as well as helping you remain disciplined. That certainly the case with Miss Nang Treats boxes. How?
  1. With a subscription box you stop going to the corner shop every hour looking for the next sugar hit. Imagine how much money you could save.
  2. You reduce your junk intakes because having chosen the content of your snack box you have become more conscious of the amount of unclean food you used to consume.
  3. If it is a curated box with  a mixed selection of treats, there is always excitement because you never know what will be included, therefore broadening your horizons as well as training your palate to enjoy better quality ingredients.
  4. With a snacks subscription box, you always have a gift ready to give away.
  5. Bonus, as they land monthly, they remind you of your promise to snack better.
  6. You learn to discipline yourself: Since some of your favourites aren’t easily accessible, you pace yourself so the treats will last longer. And if they do run out, well, you just have to seat and wait until the next box lands.
  7. Last but not least. Often, items in subscription boxes end up being cheaper than if bought individually.
  8. Added bonus, upon signing up, some entry offer start cheaper for the first month.  So take advantage AND Miss Nang Treats boxes are all postage free.
  9. Always look for a subscription you can cancel at any time if you are not enjoying the process… remember every routine has to have an element of fun. no one enjoys being in a stray jacket.

If you feel you are going to get bored adopting a new routine alone, why not invite a friend along?
So, what do you think of this idea of subscribing to something in order to maintain a routine?
post your comments below.

Cost of living crisis – Cook in advance with night tarifs

Cheaper energy tarif will save you hundreds of pounds, just trade it with some sleep.

Using night time energy tarif to do the most energy consuming activities might just be the best solution so far.

Forgive me if all the blogs are centered on food, but food is LIFE literally, food IS health, food is WEALTH… Without food, there is no health, without health, there is no work, no quality of life, no wealth!

When I was in full time work, my food used to bring the best smell in the office’s kitchen… Am not bragging I promise.

My colleagues who had been queuing to get their meals at lunch time used to be envious as I sat pretty leisurely enjoying my seemingly long lunch hour.

By being prepared, I enjoyed my full lunch time, ate a balance meal, save money and even went out for a walk post lunch! This led me to create the sauces and dips you now see sold here!

SAVING money requires preparation.

During the weekends, I used to prepare jars of sauces I would use during the week and that would save me money.
How? I hear you ask.

Preparing sauces during the weekend means that you are using weekend tariff (electricity & gas) to prepare your food.

During the week end, you have the time to visit your local outdoors markets for great quality fresh fruits and vegetables. You can create sauces and chop others for the freezer.

After using great energy at a cheaper rate (evening and weekend rates can be up to 2/3 cheaper) to prepare your sauces (which to be honest take the most effort) you can just boil rice, pasta, potatoes etc and mix in your sauces.

Plate of vegan food plantain and beetroot

Steamed broccoli topped beetroot chutney with a side of fried yellow plantain

Your cooking time will be reduced by at least half and you’d be at the dinner table faster with a delightful aroma filling the room without you breaking a sweat.

If you still work from an office, you can defrost your fresh veggies overnight, in the morning prepare your lunch bowl by mixing to the vegetables a dollop of your pre-made sauce, mix, add finely cut potato.

At lunch time, while everyone goes out to queue and spend a fortune, your meal is ready in 10 minutes and you can enjoy your lunch time leisurely.

HOW MISS NANG sauces can help you here?

– One. You do not have to go shopping, chop the veggies or cook the sauces yourself.
See one the early adopters Natasha, a busy business coach saying exactly that! Click here to watch the clip.

– Two. The sauces are made fresh with great quality ingredients so you can really have that homemade (but cook by someone else feeling). Are you like me, do you sometimes crave food cooked by someone else? It tastes different right?

– Three. You save time and energy costs because, even veggies bought frozen are made to sing by the sauces from the Kokwa & Mikki range… This is not a lie.

All you have to do, is defrost the veggies (from £1), and add your dollop of sauce, a whole yellow plantain, ready in 15 minutes in the microwave.

If you’ve never tried the sauces from the Kokwa & Mikki range please check them out here or some individual sauce and chutneys. There are 6 in total that can be used as cooking sauces, condiments and spreads…

Hope you have found some elements of this message useful and will try implementing them.

As you can see, living sustainably can save you some £££, it mostly takes planning and patience.

One last thing… Cooking meat will use up a lot of your energy allowance….

 

Let me know what you think.

Hortense Julienne

 

Tackling the cost of living crisis

Vegetable mix – cost of living crisis

Living a bit more sustainably will actually save you some money!

Only mid-September and the nights are already drawing in… Since April, we’ve been told about the cost of living rising through winter so, many of us have been really apprehensive about the darker nights.

Given the hot/long  summer we’ve all had, we had even hopped that the warmer days would even last longer without us needing to put on the central heating… I am already using double bed covering to heat my feet. I really hope it is just a blip and that we will have a last hooray of heat before summer properly says goodbye.

Have you heard of the expression ‘zero waste’? It is what it says on the tin. But no one actually can live zero waste 100% of the time… on any diet…

Yes, zero waste is associated to sustainability, it is actually more attainable than the big wigs make it… Keep reading…

Take cooking a fresh meal for example: You can create a composte bin and lob in all your vegetable kitchen wastes.

Over the time, some of that vegetable waste will start growing again, giving you some unexpected root vegetables and herbs… (carrots, potatoes, spring onions, beetroot and celery are very known for easy sprouting).

Over a 3/6 months, if you find yourself to having too much compost, you can share it with friends (or locals)  who have allotments. They will accept compost in exchange for some food.

If you don’t know people with allotment, search your local facebook group for allotment and exchanges. Since COVID, people are al lot more open to accept and exchanges. So, dont be proud, go for what you need.

Look after the pennies, the pounds will look after themselves…

Other ways to use your kitchen cut offs is to replant them or just leave them in a bowl with a bit of water to grow again. Above a half cut cabbage was left on my balcony and started to grow again… This is is 3 week growth.

I recently placed a bunch of spring onion bottoms in a cup with a bit of water, it took 4 weeks, now I can cut off the green sprouts to add in my broth. But as more roots come out, i’ll plant them on my balcony. Some of them seem to be seeds carriers, so will see what those pouches produce.

Leek & celery growing new roots

Am doing the same with my celery  butts, but intend to plant these on the balcony when roots come out like on this left over leek. Caring for them this way will save you buying them often.

Do not throw away your sprouting potatoes: they are still edibles as long as they don’t turn green.
If they do turn green, they are poisonous and are better planted in soil to produce a handful of spuds in 3-6 months.

sprouting potatoes

growing celery butt

If you think you won’t have time to cook a bag of potatoes, boil them, cut them in wedges, add black pepper and some herbs, then freeze…. That’s your next batch of potato wedges on pizza night.

Bread! Do you know how much bread wasted in this country?!!! Millions of tons!

Freeze bread to avoid waste

When you buy bread, freeze it and just take what you need each day. You’ll never throw  bread again in your life. I do that… English bread isn’t exactly baguette so I eat it reluctantly and very slowly.

But in the event you can’t freeze it, chop it up, drizzle olive oil/rapeseed oil with sea salt and pepper… presto! Croutons for the next salad or soup.

Now if you’ve cooked too much food over this week end, what every it is, pack it in portions and place them in the freezer… remember, when you reheat them, that not everything can be heated in the microwave. Some are better in the oven, uncovered.

Hope you’ve found these useful.
For more follow Miss Nang Treats on Instagram.

To see my balcony, click here. 

And just in case you are wondering, my life is a continual experiment…

This is just one way,of tackling the cost of living, there is more to come… like, cooking in batches using cheaper electricity tarifs hours.

The cost of living will affect us all, but we do not need to feel powerless over it. Any small tips, we can discover, implement and share is a positive action that empowers us.

Let me know what you think if you have found this useful.

Written by Hortense, founder @Miss Nang Treats

Is a plant-based diet healthier?

One pot dinner with Sunflower & Mushroom cooking sauce

Is a plant-based diet healthier?

That’s the million dollar question.

Of itself plant-based diet are healthier  than the so called normal diet because usually the fats and proteins are better for you and multi-functional.

If you are someone who is unable to control your food intake, you might have some weight or skin issues if you abuse what you eat even on a plant-based diet.

It is well known that it you were to listen to every diet advice on earth you even stop drinking water, bottled or otherwise. You’ll always find someone to tell you what not good about what you choose to consume. BUT, it has been proven many times that reducing animal fats and derivatives from our diets lives us with a healthier body.

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theses all natural cashews are part of a subscription service by Miss Nang Treats

When it comes to plant-based, olive, or sunflower butters are still fats. Sugars in drinks are sill bad for you. What’s the solution? A modified behaviour, a plan and moderation. If you have a plant-based subscription box, you can tick all 3 boxes because you are forced to consume what arrives and have to wait until the next box comes.

Miss Nang Treats for example is specialised in nuts and seeds snacks. We all know that nuts and seeds have fat, if eaten in big quantities you will have the runs. This does not mean that nuts are bad for you.

In fact, they are one of the best food groups there is out there. I mentioned multi-functional earlier. Not only nuts are great sources of minerals and vitamins, they keep you fuller for longer, but also have buckets loads of protective properties.

 

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Did you know for example that many nuts outlook indicate which part of the body they are most affective for?

Walnut. It is shaped like a brain. Beside its content in antioxidants, Omega3 and raft of other vitamins, walnuts comes highly recommended for brain health and brain function.

Walnut with whiskey & clove

Brazil nuts are a bit shaped like thyroid. Aside from being one of the nuttiest nuts, they have the highest concentration of Selenium. This property, selenium is highly necessary for the good health of your thyroid.

Cashews, have you ever notice that they are shaped like kidneys?  They are the highest in copper and also magnesium amongst others

Yes, some nuts  have fats, but these are better fats that that found in animal. Yes they have calories, just like many cola drinks we are all fond of.

 

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But get this. For many years, vegans and vegetarians were laughed at for eating nuts in everything… well, guess what. They knew something then that the rest of the world is catch up to just now.

Nuts and seeds are complete foods on their own and can be used as meat replacements as they are full of protein.

As an individual, do you include nuts in your daily diet? Unless… of course you are allergic, it is high recommended to  include some on any diet or lifestyle.

By drip feeding your body with nuts and seeds, you not only nourish your body, but what happens on the inside starts showing on the outside… your skin, nails and hair start telling a different story; one of health.

Most people do not always remember to get their pound of nuts when doing their shopping. That’s why many will instead have a plant-based snacks subscription with nuts and seeds.

Such subscription guarantees that there is always nuts available at their place of residence or work place.

The great thing about nuts is, they can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They are versatile enough to be added in smoothies, salads, soups and even cakes…

So, to round this off, a plant-based diet is better than most as long as you prepare, plan and have some awareness of your level of consumption of some treats. The great thing about having a plant-based subscription, it that once the treats are gone, you have to be disciplined enough to wait for your next delivery, there by lessening your consumption.

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Tell me what you think of this. Do you agree or disagree?

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plant-based chilli award certificate

Award winning plant-based chilli sauce

plant-based chilli award certificate

Last year I launched a range called Kokwa & Mikki by Miss Nang Treats. This week one of the products from the range won a Great Taste Gold star from the Guild of Fine Foods and we are giving you 10% off… 

And by the way, How many award winning plant-based chilli sauces are out there?

The Kokwa & Mikki range which comprises 4 savoury plant-based crackers and 6 plant-based sauces/Condiments & dips was named after my grand-parents Mammy KoKwa and Papa Mikki. The labels for this range has an image of the Ndop, a storytelling fabric from my tribe, the Bamileke tribe of the Cameroonian Grasslands.

Why KoKwa and Mikki? In my family there is a long tradition of people having twins. I’ve always dreamt of having a set of twins. When we have children, we name them after people we want to honour. Sadly at 46, I have no children and the products that I create are my babies, so I named my twin range Kokwa and Mikki,

What’s more. The other reason I wanted to create a plant-based range of crackers with their accompanying dips  is because I had not seen it on the market. Since Miss Nang Treats’ main ingredients are nuts or seeds, I thought it could be a range that demonstrates the many ways to include nuts in our diet without added junk, colourful without chemicals, excessively tasty but identifiable flavours combined in different ways. The chilli that was submitted embodied all that.

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About the chilli that won the award, the judges said: This sauce has a glorious deep orange colour with plenty of texture and a level of oil separation that is appealing to us. There is a heady nose – a mix of tomato, garlic, nuts and chilli. On tasting it is vibrant and exciting and very savoury. It is well-rounded but then it has a soothing but warming kick of chilli at the end. The layers of flavour come through with a hint of bitterness but that bitterness is not aggressive. We think this does deliver on taste and is worthy of an award. For a higher one perhaps try and eliminate that hint of bitterness.

The Kokwa and Mikki range was challenging to create, especially the crackers and their different colours. But I am elated that after just 9 months after the launch, this plant-based sauces, condiments, dips and crackers are already winning awards.

For me, this is just the start. Miss Nang’s full range range is very quirky with a number of gems that could be 3 stars taste products.
I am really excited about the future of this range and would like to invite you to join me on the journey.
Please sign up to updates from Miss Nang Treats here.
See you next time.

Hortense, Founder.

Beetroot chutney on bread

Healthy plant-based sauces and condiments

Plant-based sauces and condiments with herbs in a wooden tray

Sauces and dips

It can be very challenging finding plant-based cooking sauces and condiments that aren’t full of junk or ingredients that are inexplicable/ unpronounceable.

Miss Nang Treats has always been an advocate of healthy plant-based foods with ingredients that can be found everywhere here in England.

Having looked at the plant-based landscape and the amount of junk food that has been carried over, it is no surprise that we end up with another form of unhealthy diet… more junk, just chemically modified from plant molecules… (eye rolling).

If you don’t believe me, go to a vegan/plant-based food exhibition. Just because a cake is called vegan, it doesn’t mean that it has no fat. A cake is a cake, is a cake. Vegan cakes still have sugar, fat and icing in them. So moderation still applies.

Any who. Back the sauces. Do you know? you can still find artisan confectionary, sauces and cooking aids that have not been tempered with? That’s what the Kokwa & Mikki range from Miss Nang Treats is.

The healthy plant-based cooking sauces and condiments are made from scratch with everyday ingredients available in our markets.

Let’s look at the Bitsy Beets Chutney from the Kokwa & Mikki range

Beetroot condiment in square jar

Made with grated fresh beetroot; it is cooked in olive oil with fennel and water chestnuts.
You can use this as condiments for steamed potatoes, rice, chips etc or just add it to a pile of tender stems broccoli.

Plant-Based and environment

Healthy plant-based sauces and condiments don’t have to taste horrible just because they are healthier, they do not need ingredients especially flown from the furthest end of the earth to sound exotic. We can just be more creative with what is here in the UK without overly compromising our carbon footprint.

Miss Nang Treats as an entity has made the decision to buy ingredients locally as much as possible. Often, even exotic ingredients are already available on the territory.

Some businesses think it must be better to import ingredients, but when every expenses is brought together on one sheet, we end up spending more than necessary. Not only that, but importing affects our carbon foot print.

Miss Nang Treats has chosen either to use ingredients harvested in the UK or use ingredients already imported in the UK, thereby, offsetting to a certain degrees the carbon foot print of the importer.

Not only that the sauces and sold in jars that can be returnable the Miss Nang Treats against discount on future purchase.

What’s in it for you?

When transitioning to a more plant-based life, it can be challenging to find things that make life easy. The plant-based sauces & condiments from the Kokwa & Mikki range were created to make life easier those on the start of their journey. The ingredients are familiar, the sauces very colourful with flavours simply out of this world. Mind you, the recipe developer is French, so they are bound to be flavourful.

One absolute fan of the range calls it ‘Life’s saver.’ As a very busy entrepreneur with a full time job and thriving business, Charlotte is a subscriber to the range. She says she doesn’t fret for her dinners or lunches because half of the meals are ready. ‘All I have to do is boil or microwave yellow plantain in the microwave for 10 minutes, add a dollop of Carrot butter or Bitsy beet Chutney and am ready to eat.

The Cream of sunflower seeds is a great sauce to add if cooking a one-pot. Oh and how about the Green chutney as a top for Baked potatoes? These are greats plant-based sauce to have in the fridge. They cut my cooking time by 2/3. I love them says Charlotte.

Plate of vegan food plantain and beetroot

Plate of vegan food plantain and beetroot

And those are the reasons those sauces were created.

Besides being a subscriber, Charlotte has also learnt to save the jars to be recycled through Miss Nang Treats.

‘ I used to through everything away, now I even keep the box so you guys can collect it. Oh gosh, you are turning me into an eco-warrior’.  She says.

We love to hear that because Miss Nang Treats is not only here to feed, but also to educate.

Great News

Miss Nang is launching a plant-based sauces & condiments subscription box in September.

If you’d like to be among the firsts to hear when the go live, please subscribe to the newsletter here…

Got a question? Please email Hortense miss-nang@outlook.com or click here.

 

FREE cookbook for National Vegetarian Week

IT IS NATIONAL VEGETARIAN WEEK! and it kicks off today

Do you need help with you meat-Free Mondays? Look no further! Download here and let the adventure begin.

As you know Miss Nang Treats released a cookbook last year. To celebrate the National Vegetarian Week, you will have your own copy totally free!

You may have already seen images from the cookbook, but let me tell you, the recipes are a real adventure… Believe me, there are not ingredients in this book that you’ve never heard of… But you’ll be surprised at the way they are used… No need to shop at specialised shop either.

download the cook book here TODAY!‘Plant-Based Ideas For Carnivores’ as its name indicates it s collection of ideas and you can even swap some ingredients. So, go ahead and download.
FEEL please do share this message with anyone you know. Book value £10.99.

TASTE THE BEST OF THE BEST!

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… And if you fancy snacking on something while you are considering which recipes to try, why not make the most of the offer below and enjoy the best of the best nuts trio as voted by the tasting sessions participants?
Click here to see more details on the trio.

Happy Monday, happy National Vegetarian Week.