How do I store my Panjeeri?
Looking after your panjeeri is important to prolong it’s taste and flavour, just like any other food Panjeeri can go stale too. So you must store in a sealed bag if unopened or immediately remove into an clean, airtight container. Use a clean spoon to take out and don’t double dip! Never allow water or moisture to get in.
Once opened consume within a month.
How do I eat Panjeeri?
Here are some of our favourite ways and suggestions for you. Of course you may think of ways that I haven’t.
- hot milk with Panjeeri mixed in it
- tea with Panjeeri on the side
- sprinkle it on yoghurt
- sprinkle it on fruit salad
- add to porridge
- add to cereal
- sprinkle it on ice cream
- add to crumble
What is the sugar free option?
The option for those wanting to lose weight, diabetic or those who just want to make a healthier lifestyle choice.
I do not add a substitute or artificial sweeteners.
If you want you can add these when you receive the pack as sugar isn’t cooked and can be added by you.
Do you ship outside of the UK?
Yes I do please use the contact us section to arrange this or DM us on Instagram.
What is the difference between the classic and the postpartum option?
“Classic - simply for you”
This is my one for all pack that has ALL the standard ingredients in, full of goodness whilst not worrying about the calories, fat, dietary requirements or allergies. It is packed full of wholesomeness and can be eaten by most.
“Postpartum- let me take care of you”
This has all the same ingredients as classic with two added extras.
KAMARKAS or FLAME OF THE FOREST
Used by women to recover from weakness, delicate muscles and loose skin. Aids in reshaping the body after delivery. Strengthen your body and helps with back pain.
Reduces inflammation, helps with milk flow, aids in digestion and pains.
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