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Organic Bitter Almond Aroma – 60 ml
Bitter almond arome is concentrated for a precise dosage in your preparations such as ice cream, biscuitsn milk preparations bakery,..
Add 2 tea spoons for 100g of preparation. Shake before usage
Ingredients: organic glucose syrup, Unrefined cane sugar., water, natural bitter almond aroma, citric acid
Storage: 1 month in the fridge after opening
Lyophilised Mikan Tangerine Bark Powder – 50g$175
A subtle odour with touches of sweetened citrus fruits, vegetal, evoking a warm straw scent. To taste, an amusing texture, the powder melts on the tongue, leaving traces of sugar and finally a pleasant bitterness of mandarin bark
This powder will be ideal to be used in ice cream, cream, or smoothies, or as a topping on a fruit salad. In salty version, it is great to put on a carpaccio or sashimi of john dory, seabream or on scallops. On a more surprising version, use it with lam or duck. Our favourite usage if with oysters. Its texture is ideal to use in sauce and its sweetness to balance a spicy sauce.
Origin : Japan
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
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Dried Banana Kouay Nam From Laos – 250g$116
The most common variety of banana in Thailand ans Laos is ‘kluay nam wah’ – they are a very nice variety, distinct for their sweet flavour and plump, firm, moist flesh. It’s a smaller banana compared to the cavendish variety (which is commonly available in the the rest of the world) They are short and plump, about 3 to 4 inches in length and about an inch in diameter. Each hand has between 10-15 bananas. The flesh is soft yet firmer than that of the cavendish, moist, off-white and has tiny edible seeds. It’s often grown around people’s houses because of its usefulness: the leaves are used as a wrap for food, the flowers and fruit are eaten and part of the trunk is eaten or used as animal feed. The banana is eaten as chips, or peeled and put on a bbq.
Once hervested, the banane are put in rippen rooms during 5 to 6 days and then transfered into solar dryers where temperature may rise utp to 65-70°. Thise We have simply sliced and dehydrated the kluay nam wah, nothing added. Once dehydrated, the klua nam wah slices have a crisp texture. This is a great system as too many farmed see their harvested destroyed by heavy rains, moist, or animals. After being ried a first time during 3 days, the bananas are then flattened and dried again during 2 to 3 days. Fruits are controlled one by one and are then pasteurized to stabilize.
Usage: they are good to be included into ragouts, stew ans tagines. They are good for chocolate bakers, granola etc.
Origin : Bolovens, laos
Ingredients : 100 % Kouay Nam banana vacuum packed
Storage: Away from light, heat and moisture.