Stansie life

How to make croutons

By Stansie HQ

How to make croutons
Croutons are perfect for every season – pop onto salads in spring and summer, and plop into soups in autumn and winter. They are so, so easy to make, especially when you have our sage and oregano herb dip mix Wise One on hand.

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Sustainability matters

By Stansie HQ

Sustainability matters
“Sustainability is the ability to exist constantly.” That’s the first sentence in the Wikipedia entry on ‘sustainability’ and — unsurprisingly — at Stansie we are not about to lodge a correction. 

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Buttery biscuits with Remember Me

By Stansie HQ

Buttery biscuits with Remember Me
This easy treat goes well with a cup of tea or coffee, or you might want to pop a couple into the daily lunchbox.

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We really love basil

By Stansie HQ

We really love basil
It takes a backseat in two Stansie herb dip mixes, but we are sure glad to have the herb basil along on the ride.

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We’re at the Auckland Food Show!

By Stansie HQ

We’re at the Auckland Food Show!
We are so excited to be ‘officially’ launching Stansie at the Auckland Food Show. And we will be in awesome company in the Deli Collective. So, if you are heading over to Show, please come by and say Hi.

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Drying herbs naturally

By Stansie HQ

Drying herbs naturally
Drying herbs naturally is a fun way to preserve the goodness and ensure you don't waste a fabulous plant, like this rambunctious basil.

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Spread a little sage comfort

By Stansie HQ

Spread a little sage comfort
Whether applied straight onto a slice of fresh baguette or onto a slice that’s been brushed with olive oil and toasted in the oven for five minutes, our Wise One sage herb mix can be used for a tasty butter spread.

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Where sage got its name

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Where sage got its name
The herb sage goes by the Latin name of Salvia officinalis. Salvia derives from the Latin ‘salvere’ and in Roman times that meant to feel well and healthy.

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