Menu Ingredients

Avocado is Ghana crop praised as a creamy delicious superfood for its "cancer fighting properties. It's rich in vitamins C, E, K, & B-6. It's also rich in folate, niacin, riboflavin, magnesium, and potassium, lutein, beta-carotene, and omega-3 fatty acids.
Crunchy Ghanaian carrots are filled with cancer-fighting antioxidants, along with beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants. They are also a great diet food and have been linked to lowering cholesterol levels & improving eye health.
Celery is a negative calory food meaning it helps in weight loss and cravings. It's also full of vitamins.
The chickpea is an astonishingly versatile little delicious fiber-rich heart-heathy legume has potassium, B vitamins, iron, magnesium, and selenium it can be prepared as an entree, sauce, dip, even a dessert!
Locally abundant coconut is digestible fat-rich superfood. It's rich in manganese which promotes bone health the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and cholesterol. They're also rich in copper and iron, which help form red blood cells, as well as selenium, an important antioxidant that protects your cells.
Cucumbers is the food with the highest concentration of water so it's great for hydration. It's also has vitamin C and K, Magnesium, Potassium, and Manganese.
Eggplants are high in antioxidants and are associated with preventing anemia and cancer. They also aid in weight loss and heart health.
Garlic-helps you live longer, reduces blood pressure and has very low calories
Ginger is powerfully flavored. It's been touted as a major healing root for its properties associated with reducing pain & inflammation, fighting disease, fighting cancer, &improving cardiovascular health.
Lemon - rich in vitamin C and helps with weight loss and heart health. 
Egusi seeds are rich in vitamin A and C, calcium, iron, potassium, sodium, good fat, protein ,and carbohydrates. It looks small but is a staple ingredient in West Afrikan cooking.
Mushroom - fight diabetes, cancer and are rich in calcium.
Onions - boost bone density and are rich in fibers and minerals.
Pineapple - contains traces of zinc, reduces the risk of cancer and eases digestion.
Potatoes – This starchy root vegetable is most notably packed with iodine and vitamin C.
Rice (Local brown) - is rich in fiber, selenium and manganese.
Spices - fight inflammation and reduce damage to your body's cells.
Tofu - rich in selenium reduces inflammation.
Yam - Helps with blood sugar levels, thiamine and folate.