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Organic Natural Aroma of Orange Blossom Water – 250 ml
This orange blossom aroma is concentrated for a precise dosage in your preparations like ice cream, crepes, You can give an elegant 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 Phosphate Free Baking Powder – 8x10g$23
This baking powder, phosphate free can be used as rregular baking powder. It will help to help cake,s muffins, and other preparations and will guaranty a soft texture.
Made in France
Ingredients :organic wheat starch, bicarbonate of soda,Monopotassium Tartrate
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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Plain Liquorice “Reglisse” Powder from Calabria – 50g$69
At some point everybody must have chewed on these little wooden sticks. This root is used to make antésite and is used in the production of pastis, an alcoholic drink from Marseille.
Liquorice is a herbaceous plant from the Fabaceae family, native to Syria, also called ‘black liquorice’ or ‘sweet wood’. The part most used is the root or rather the underground stem called the stolon. It is used in medicine due to its multitude of benefits, but also in confectionery and in liqueurs. Our liquorice comes from Italy, from the coastal area of Calabria, where it grows in the wild in an area where the glycyrrhizin level can develop.
The root is very sweet. The ancient Greeks named it Glycyrrhiza, from glukos meaning ‘sugar’ and riza meaning ‘root’. Care should be taken not to confuse the liquorice root with the aromatic extract derived from the root.
Powdered liquorice, or liquorice compound, can be added straight to recipes — whether that’s a pinch mixed into a meat rub, stirred into cake batter or added to a sweet custard.
Latin name : Glycyrrhiza glabra
Origin : Calabria, Italy
Ingredients : 100 % liquorice (5-7 % glycyrrhizic acid)
Storage: Away from light, heat and moisture.