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food & drink


What's new in food and drink. The latest trends for you to try over the coming months


THE INGREDIENT... AFRICAN STAR APPLE


Goji and açai are old news. Those in the know are on the hunt for the African star apple, or agbalumo. The fruit looks like a small persimmon, with the texture of an apricot inside. In West Africa, they’re eaten raw or used to make drinks, jams or jellies. But they’re catching the chef’s attention due to the powerful acidity and complex sweetness.


Health Factor This super fruit comes with a healthy dose of calcium and fibre and is packed with vitamins C and A.


What does it taste like? Sour and clean, a cross between tamarind and apple skin.


WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? GELATO V ICE CREAM


Gelato is an Italian frozen treat that dates back to the 17th century. It is believed to have originated in Sicily, but others believe the city of Florence deserves the credit. It's similar to ice cream, but usually doesn't contain eggs and uses a higher proportion of milk and less cream. This means it has less fat and tastes more refreshing (if not so rich and creamy). Gelato is also churned more slowly with less air incorporated, so it's often denser than ice cream.


COLD BREW COFFEE


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Whether you like your coffee black, sweet or rich and chocolatey, get ready to pop open some flavour


LAVAZZA ESPRESSO & MILK Lavazza Iced Double Espresso & Milk, the full-bodied taste of Lavazza coffee


roasted in Italy - for a perfect coffee refreshment.


Available in a 100% recyclable can.


ILLY COLD BREW


The classico blend delivers a mild and balanced taste profile. Cold brewed for 12 hours, the taste is uniquely naturally sweet and balanced with less acidity.


BULLETPROOF UNSWEETENED Cold Brew Black is a coffee beverage made with the right stuff to keep you going: essential B vitamins for healthy energy, 200 mg of caffeine and delicious cold brew coffee.


WHAT'S HOT? BANANA FLOUR


Flour made from dried ground green (unripe) bananas may sound a bit odd, but its popularity is growing. Prized for being grain and gluten-free, banana flour is also rich in potassium and gut friendly fibre. Try it for making banana bread and pancakes.


DON'T THROW IT STRAWBERRY TOPS


Don't throw away strawberry tops and leaves, add them to a clean jar, cover with gin or vodka. Cover and leave for 2-3 days, then strain and enjoy with a mixer.


COOK'S TIP FRESH RASPBERRIES


Store fresh raspberries in the fridge on a shelf, not in a drawer and not near the back. Gently lay the berries on top of a couple of sheets of kitchen paper in a container that allows air to circulate. Too much moisture encourages mould spores to develop and spread. Store for no more than 2-3 days.


ONBOARD | AUTUMN 2021 | 105


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