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The New Superfruit by Jules Baldwin

I have spent the last 4 months travelling the West Coast of Australia where Boab trees are a plenty, I have so many photos as I was totally seduced by these beautiful trees…imagining them waking up at night and dancing with eachother as it seems their branches are definitely in the dancing position!
Below the title is explained as I had no idea that every part of this tree can be utilised as food…super food no less! I have even added how you can use it in case you were interested at all …
In my usual style I have used my colours to give you a sense of how it makes me feel as I look up into these incredible old sculptures of nature..
The Orange Fluro represents the ‘suoer’ part of the fruit.
Here is the science…
What is it?
The Baobab fruit, pronounced; BEY-oh-Bab, comes from the iconic Baobab Tree, which is also known as the monkey bread tree, the cream of tartar tree, the “upside down tree,” the tree of life. Essentially it is “the king of trees” (that makes it some tree, for sure ;-).
To create Baobab in its powdered and edible form, the ancient Baobab fruit pulp dehydrates naturally inside the fruit of the Baobab tree which is later removed from the hard shell of the fruit. The fruit pulp is then separated from the seeds and sieved into a powder, and that’s it! No processing, nothing more. As such, nutrients are not lost and the powder remains unprocessed in its natural form, as if you picked it yourself.
The Baobab tree truly is versatile – the fruit, leaves, bark, root, seed and seed oil can be utilised.
Why is it good for you?
Baobab is extremely high in Vitamin C (6 x the vitamin C of an orange), has a superior antioxidant (2 x the antioxidant capability of acai berry) and polyphenol content profile. Studies have revealed that polyphenols have the ability to protect the body from free radical damage. These properties support the immune system and skin health. Other research on polyphenols has indicated that the addition of Baobab into a meal can significantly reduce the rate at which sugar is released into the blood supply and therefore balance blood sugar.
Baobab powder is also considered to be a great rehydration agent due to the high electrolyte profile, namely potassium and magnesium. In addition these electrolytes and iron are all important alkalising minerals to promote correct body pH. Baobab powder is also a natural multivitamin providing the body with vitamin B that contributes to endurance and energy.
How do we eat it?
This is a super versatile superfood. With a taste of caramel pear with subtle tones of grapefruit, the uses of this amazing food are nearly endless. What’s more, the high content of natural pectin that acts as a natural thickener in foods is great for providing texture to a dish.
Serving suggestions:
Add to: water, smoothies, tea, and fruit juices
Sprinkle on: cereal, yoghurts, fresh fruit and fresh salads
Use in: healthy desserts, bliss balls, raw cheesecake, snack bars, soups, jams, ice-cream & sorbets, sauces & salad dressings.

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The New Superfruit?

Jules Baldwin

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The New Superfruit by Jules Baldwin

I have spent the last 4 months travelling the West Coast of Australia where Boab trees are a plenty, I have so many photos as I was totally seduced by these beautiful trees…imagining them waking up at night and dancing with eachother as it seems their branches are definitely in the dancing position!
Below the title is explained as I had no idea that every part of this tree can be utilised as food…super food no less! I have even added how you can use it in case you were interested at all …
In my usual style I have used my colours to give you a sense of how it makes me feel as I look up into these incredible old sculptures of nature..
The Orange Fluro represents the ‘suoer’ part of the fruit.
Here is the science…
What is it?
The Baobab fruit, pronounced; BEY-oh-Bab, comes from the iconic Baobab Tree, which is also known as the monkey bread tree, the cream of tartar tree, the “upside down tree,” the tree of life. Essentially it is “the king of trees” (that makes it some tree, for sure ;-).
To create Baobab in its powdered and edible form, the ancient Baobab fruit pulp dehydrates naturally inside the fruit of the Baobab tree which is later removed from the hard shell of the fruit. The fruit pulp is then separated from the seeds and sieved into a powder, and that’s it! No processing, nothing more. As such, nutrients are not lost and the powder remains unprocessed in its natural form, as if you picked it yourself.
The Baobab tree truly is versatile – the fruit, leaves, bark, root, seed and seed oil can be utilised.
Why is it good for you?
Baobab is extremely high in Vitamin C (6 x the vitamin C of an orange), has a superior antioxidant (2 x the antioxidant capability of acai berry) and polyphenol content profile. Studies have revealed that polyphenols have the ability to protect the body from free radical damage. These properties support the immune system and skin health. Other research on polyphenols has indicated that the addition of Baobab into a meal can significantly reduce the rate at which sugar is released into the blood supply and therefore balance blood sugar.
Baobab powder is also considered to be a great rehydration agent due to the high electrolyte profile, namely potassium and magnesium. In addition these electrolytes and iron are all important alkalising minerals to promote correct body pH. Baobab powder is also a natural multivitamin providing the body with vitamin B that contributes to endurance and energy.
How do we eat it?
This is a super versatile superfood. With a taste of caramel pear with subtle tones of grapefruit, the uses of this amazing food are nearly endless. What’s more, the high content of natural pectin that acts as a natural thickener in foods is great for providing texture to a dish.
Serving suggestions:
Add to: water, smoothies, tea, and fruit juices
Sprinkle on: cereal, yoghurts, fresh fruit and fresh salads
Use in: healthy desserts, bliss balls, raw cheesecake, snack bars, soups, jams, ice-cream & sorbets, sauces & salad dressings.

Signed on the front with Authenticity Certificate.

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