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Organic Pine Nuts – 50g
Did you know that pine nuts have been enjoyed by the Greeks and Romans since time immemorial? The Roman legions used to carry pine kernels as provisions on long journeys.Also, thanks to their exquisite flavor pine nuts are used all over Europe as a culinary ingredient widely used in confectionery and the world-famous “pesto” sauce.
Ingredients: organic pine nuts
Usage: keep up to 15 days after opening the zip bag and keep it away from direct light and heat
Organic Sandy Carrot$129 by kg
French sandy carrots also known as ‘Carotte de Sables’ are the very special vegetable found growing all along the beautiful coast of La Manche in a tiny coastal area in Normandy. Here, where Sand isn’t just for sandcastles, they use this favourite seaside town to grow a very special carrot.
Known in France as ‘carotte de sables’ or ‘sand carrots’, they are sweet, crunchy and slightly tender and grown using seaweed as their primary fertilizer. The sandy soil gives the carrots perfect drainage, they have little or no core and this results in excellent flavour. They are appreciated by the French as well as us as the very best variety of carrot and are sold with their light sand coating as proof of origin. They are more expensive than regular carrots, but that is expected once you have tasted them.
Packaging: Kraft bag
Storage: in the fridge. They can be kept at least 1 week at least.
Usage: Raw or cooked, you will appreciate their amazing taste
Minimum order is by 2kg
Organic Walnut$149 by kg
Walnuts are one of the most popular and versatile of all nuts. When picked young, they’re known as wet and their milky white kernels are mainly used for pickling. Far more common is the dried nut, either shelled or unshelled. The brown-skinned kernel has a ridged surface, which looks like two halves of the brain.
Packaging: Wooden crate or carton
Storage: in the fridge if you want to increase the shelf life.
Usage: Slightly bitter in flavour, walnuts are good eaten raw or cooked, in either sweet or savoury dishes, and are particularly useful for baking..
Price is per 1kg
Organic Patidou Squash – 1 kg$125
The pattypan squash is also known as scallop squash, sunburst squash, granny squash, custard marrow, custard squash, cibleme in Cajun French, white squash, scallopini or simply “squash” in Australian English. Patty pan squash comes in yellow, green, and white varieties. Patty pan or scallop squash is a tender summer squash, like zucchini or yellow squash. The squash is most tender when relatively immature; it is generally served when it is no more than two to three inches in diameter.
Pattypan is a good source of magnesium, niacin, and vitamins A and C. One cup contains approximately 20 to 30 calories and no fat. It is often sliced, coated and fried until golden brown, or simply boiled. In Polish cuisine, they are pickled in sweet vinegar.
Storage: The hard skin protects the flesh and allows it to store longer than summer squash. Store Patidou Squash in a cool, preferably dark, well-ventilated area for up to 3 weeks. Wrap cut pieces in plastic and refrigerate up to five days.
Usage: The patidou turned out to be delicious roasted and mashed with some butter and spices including nutmeg and Caribbean colombo powder, which is a kind of curry powder. The flesh has a distinct flavor of chestnuts and isn’t as sweet as some other squashes. Squash can be enjoyed in many ways- usually preparation involves extensive baking to soften the squash and then you can do whatever you please once the flesh is tender.
Price is per kg (variable number of pieces)
Organic Lime$199 by kg
The lime is a very flavourful lime. The fruits has a very thin skin and is very juicy, without seeds. It is an exotic taste which match perfect with guacamole, carry curry.
price is for 1kg
Origin: France, or UE
Packaging: Paper Bag
Storage: In warmer weather lemons are best kept in the fridge at least a week.
Usage: to make ice cream, lemonade, drinks, etc