Glutinous rice, better known as ‘sticky rice’, is given its unique texture by the absence of starch. It can be stir-fried but is generally steamed or boiled, and is used in Chinese cooking for sweet desserts, savory dishes, and stuffing for dumplings. Ideal for anyone that wants to give home-made Chinese cooking a try.
Chinese sticky rice
Try these organic, mineral-rich peanuts roasted in the oven and stored for snacking or thrown into stir-fries. Fantastic for a unique, homemade peanut butter.
Great for peanut butter
Taikoo does not bleach or refine their sugar. Instead, they import sugarcane straight from Mauritius and simply press out, clean and crystallize the juice from the sugarcane. This natural processes leaves Taikoo's raw sugars with all of its natural nutrients and mineral such as calcium, iron and potassium!
Large crystal size sugar
2 plump, juicy tomatoes, rich in carotene, dietary fibers, vitamin C and potassium. Enjoy sliced with onions and tossed with olive oil and basil for a refreshing side salad. Locally sourced for a lower carbon footprint.
Low carbon footprint
With a soft and creamy texture similar to that of custard, silken tofu has a higher water content than other tofu varieties, making it the perfect addition to sauces, desserts and dips. Or pair with spicy ground pork for a homemade take on the Sichuan classic, mapo tofu.