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Fresh Produce
The farms we buy our produce from have been under the supervision of BOA or Bali Organic Association for the past 10 years. Read more

By Real People
We still make our bread with pure people power, even though we bake over 500 loaves of bread each morning before the sun rises.
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Friday Organic Fixes

With the constant changing of weather and the number of products that we use to make our hair beautiful can damage it overtime. Don't you just hate having frizzy hair?

There's always an organic fix!

The problem: Frizzy hair

The natural solution: Mash half an avocado and two teaspoons olive oil together, then massage into clean, damp hair. Leave on for 15-20 minutes before rinsing thoroughly and following with a light conditioner. Both ingredients are deeply moisturizing, which helps tame frizz-prone hair.
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Bali Bunda behind the scenes:

Some of our lovely kitchen staff reviewing kitchen orders. 😘
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These amazing Chia seeds are tiny, nutritional dynamos – in fact, they’re the single richest source of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids.

They’re also loaded with antioxidants, protein and minerals, plus soluble and insoluble fiber to help keep your digestion moving in the right direction.
What’s more, chia seeds have an unusual property – they swell to more than 5 times their weight in liquid, so adding a spoonful or two to meals will help you feel fuller faster.

How to eat ‘em? They’re virtually tasteless, so you can drop a spoonful or two into just about anything, including smoothies, sauces, soups and salads. You can also use them as egg substitute, makes amazing pudding, can thicken sauces and gravies, also makes grain-free crackers.

Have you tried our Balinese Style Chia Pudding?
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