Win a R500 Crede Natural Oils Voucher!

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At Sleekgeek, we love to make sure that our Sleeks’ cupboards are well-stocked with all the best quality products that are available – and now, we’d like to help you get your hands on even more goodness.

We’ve partnered with the lovely folks at Credé Natural Oils and Oh Mega Nut Butters to bring you one NUTS giveaway!

Each week, we’ll be giving away an R500 voucher to use on the Credé online store where you can buy your very own stock of awesome products, ranging from nut butters to coconut oil to almond flour, and more.

Credé Natural Oils is South Africa’s leading manufacturer of cold-pressed natural and organic oils. Since 1989, they’ve been pioneering the production and distribution of cold-pressed oils for food, nutrition and cosmetic purposes. Today, they’re South Africa’s most trusted brand of natural oils, and continue to offer high-quality, innovative products at affordable prices.

Today, they sell more than 30 different cold-pressed oil products throughout Africa and internationally, including bottled oils, Softgel capsules, omega-rich and gluten free flours, bulk oils and their well known Oh Mega Nut Butter range. Much has changed, but they’ve not lost their commitment to providing healthy, great-tasting products and the promotion of a health-conscious lifestyle.

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How to enter:

That’s it, you’re entered! Your entry will only be counted as valid if you complete BOTH steps.

Winner announcement:

The competition will run from Monday 9am until Thursday 11am, with a winner being announced on our Facebook group at 11.30am. Keep an eye on our group to see who our lucky winner is!


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  • Kelly

    STEP 2: COMPLEMENT.

    Tell that veggie how sexy it looks.

    No, wait, complement, not compliment!

    A key to making food taste good is to pair it with other flavours that create a sort of “flavour harmony”.

    Generally, spicy, sour, or salty flavours make bitterness more palatable.

    Examples include pepper, garlic, cumin, lemon juice, vinegar, wine, salt, mustard, cheese, etc.

  • Roxanne Chutthergoon

    Simply challenge yourself to eat a bitter food. Something that you wouldn’t normally eat or enjoy.

    Just suck it up and eat. Beast mode!

    Research suggests that we may need to try new foods many times before we’ll tolerate or like them. So, challenge yourself regularly. You might be surprised about what happens.

  • Jessica Ross

    All of these tips are great! I can’t decide!! But I think I’m going to have to go with telling my veggies are sexy they look 😂

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