Some people ask me, how do we eat the fermented vegetables, and what do we do with them?
Well, you can include them in sandwiches, pita, taco, burger…..
Just have some on the side of your plate and mix with the food you are eating, as a condiment.
You can also cook with it, but you lose some of the good nutrients in the cooking process.
I love to have a piece of toast or crackers with some vegan cheese, avocado or dip with a bit on top.
You can also put it in your burger, it brings some sparkles in your mouth!
I cook tempeh burgers at the market, and you can put some of my fermented vegetable in it.
I have a new batch of fermented with some lemongrass, quite incredible check it out!
*Organic Sauerkraut (onion & garlic or just cabbage)
*Organic Kimchi - mild, medium or hot is available –
(*cabbage, onion, ginger, garlic & red pepper & chilli for the hot)
*Cabbage, #carrot, #beetroot, #radish, #new onion, basil & mustard seed
*Cabbage, #Jerusalem Artichoke, Pumpkin, #Beetroot, Onion, Garlic, Turmeric, Cumin & Mustard Seed .
*Cabbage, #daikon, *yams, ginger, onion, garlic, red Korean pepper, galangal – Kimch style (medium)
NEW: *Cabbage, carrots, celeriac, brocoflower, lemongrass, fennel & mustard seed
* organic # spray free
ORGANIC FRESH TEMPEH: French Lentil, Quinoa and Sunflower
VEGETARIAN / VEGAN & GLUTEN FREE
Freshly made every week from different beans, cereal and seeds.
1 packet (225gm) for $8 or 2 packets for $15
I use this same tempeh in my BURGERS.
LOW SUGAR JAM: Plum, Peach, Pear & Vanilla, Apricot, Strawberry, Blueberry
SWEET PANCAKE SANDWICHES AND TEMPEH BURGER
The highlight for a sweet pancake sandwiches is a combination of chocolate sauce, orange marmalade and roasted hazelnut (Hazelnut Estate from our market) named Halzest’choc $7.
Tempeh Burger $9: Choose between crunchy peanut sauce or Teriyaki and add some of my popular kimchi, sauerkraut or pickled vegetable.
They all have green salad, sprouts and mayonnaise.