What is this strange black condiment that we cross more and more in our plates? Some do not suggest that it is a new variety of garlic (there is an allium nigrum, but this variety of alliaceae with big leaves has nothing to do) some claim that it is a tradition Korean, others that must be confided in pure seawater, which it is fermented in yellow mud or in old clay pots, which it has unique medicinal properties ...Under a cafe color dry peel, her pods are brilliant coal color, a fondant texture, flexible under the finger, delicate with knife. On the palate, a surprising sweetness, slightly acidulous and sweet as balsamic vinegar, candied plum tastes, coffee, chocolate, a strand liquorice and a lot of umami, this "fifth flavor" that enhances tastes. Unknown to the Western culinary battalion Less than ten years ago, black garlic awakens the interest of chefs, gourmet and other fooidistas in perpetual quest for novelty.
BIO Black Garlic - Orleans Island
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BIO black garlic - Orleans IslandA gastronomic candy and a deliciously choco-balsamic flavor alicament.
- Fermenté et vieilli sur le terroir.
- Poids: 0.125kg
- Format: 100 g
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