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Organic Baking Powder “Levure Boulangere” – 3x9g
Ideal to make cake, pizza, bread, brioches.
Made in France
Ingredients :organic dehydrated baking powder (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)*
Organic Grey Buckwheat Flour Bulk$144 by kg
May contain traces of gluten
Agriculture: Non-EU Allergens: Wheat, Lupine, Mustard, Nuts, Sesame, Soy
Organic Natural Aroma of Orange Blossom Water – 250 ml$39
This orange blossom aroma is concentrated for a precise dosage in your preparations like ice cram, creps, You can give an egelanbt touch to your dishes
L’arôme de fleur d’oranger biologique est concentré pour un dosage précis dans vos préparations comme les crèmes glacées, les biscuits, les desserts laitiers, la viennoiserie… Donnez facilement à vos desserts une touche « personnelle » à la fois élégante, innovante et subtile.
Add 1 or 2 spoons for 1/2 liter oor 500g of preparation. Shake before usage
Ingredients: water, orange blossom water, natural aroman citric acid
Storage: 1 month in the fridge after opening
Organic Chocolate Coating – 185ml$69
Ingredients (all organic): glucose syrup, fair tradelow fat cocoa powder, chocolate coating (fair trade cocoa min 66%)(cocoa pasta, cane sugar, sun flower lecithin, vanilla extract)
Storage: 15 days in the fridge after opening
Organic Dark Chocolate Chip – 100g$43
60% dark chocolate chip in a zip pack to add to your homemade desserts cupcakes muffins etc
Made in France
Ingredients (all organic): Cocoa paste, cocoa butter, Sunflower lecithin, vanilla extract, Cocoa 60% minimum
Usage: keep up to 15 days after opening the zip bag and keep it away from direct light and heat
Whole Black Vanilla, 14-16cm+ from Madagascar – Bulk$46 by pod
The vanilla orchid is native only to Mexico and relies on a rare black Mexican bee to pollinate naturally. In 1841, a French owned 12-year old slave on Île Bourbon (now Réunion Island) discovered how to hand-pollinate vanilla orchids. Shortly thereafter vanilla plantations were introduced and became commonplace on the island of Madagascar. It is a vine of which some thirty sub-species have been identified. The vanilla market has products of different origins with marked differences:
• Mexican vanilla (vanilla fragans) with its subtle chocolate, spice and fruit fragrance
• Tahitian vanilla (vanilla tahitensis), has a low vanillin content and strong aniseed aroma with notes of prunes.
Cooking tips : there are so many option to use vanilla. You can put the skin of the bean into a dish with sugar to make you own vanilla sugar.
Latin name : Vanilla planifolia
Origin : Madagascar
Season: September to December
Ingredients : 100 % vanilla pods
Storage: Away from light, heat and moisture. Suitable for freezing.