Discover our range of gluten free items, suitable for gluten intolerant and Celiac delivered to your door step in Hong Kong.
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Plain or Smoked Walnut Ham$49
A high-quality product that’s dried for several months in the alpine air. There’s plain or natural smoked!
No colouring agent, gluten free, no polyphosphate, no ascorbate, lactose free
Origin : France, Rhone Alpes
Animal : Pork
Eat by date: 5 days after the delivery
Price is per piece of about 500g (-/+ 15%) or sliced
Organic Chickpeas Flour – 1kg Bulk$159
Chickpea flour, also known as gram, besan, or garbanzo bean flour, has been a staple in Indian cooking for centuries. It is typical from the Mediterranean. Chickpeas are versatile legumes with a mild, nutty taste, and chickpea flour is typically made from a variety called Bengal grams. This flour, which you can easily make at home, has recently grown in popularity across the world as a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour. Chickpea flour is naturally gluten free, and if there’s one food trend we think everyone can agree is here to stay, it’s gluten-free eating. It’s also high in protein, iron and fiber.
Composition: organic chick peas
Sold in bulk
Organic Chia Seeds – 400g$109
Chia seeds are a nutritional powerhouse loaded with vitamins and minerals are an excellent source of fiber protein antioxidants and are the richest plant source of omega-3 fatty acids. Consumption of chia seeds could help reduce joint pain, aid in weight loss, deliver an energy boost and protect against serious ailments such as diabetes and heart disease. Chia seeds are gluten-free which are good for the people with celiac disease or an aversion to gluten.
Storage: store away fro light and heat
Usage: Dry chia seeds can also be added whole or ground to smoothies and juices, mixed into yogurt or oatmeal, or sprinkled on top of a salad. If you’re adding the seeds to a drink or a “wet” dish like oatmeal, they’ll swell up slightly while you eat, but they’ll retain a slight crunch.
Price is per 500g
Organic Brown Lentils – 500g$87
The brown lentil is the most interesting of the legumes. It is the richest in protein. It is rich in minerals, especially iron and magnesium, as well as fibre. Recipe idea: In a saucepan pour 3 bowls of water, 1 chopped onion, 50ml of olive oil, 2 tablespoons of tomato paste, 1 clove of garlic and 2 bay leaves. Bring to a boil and add 1 bowl of lentils, pumpkin and 2 leeks in pieces. Cook for 20 to 30 minutes over low heat. Salt at the end of cooking and season with fresh herbs (parsley, coriander).