New York grown garlic scapes (uncertified Organic), salt, fenugreek, mustard seed, *asafoetida, red pepper.
Shelf life is 2 years. After opening please refrigerate, it should last up to or past a year or more if you take care of and use that dry clean spoon!
Upstate New York is a perfect garlic growing region, only the flowering scape has little to do after being cut off to let the bulb advance size. From Atina Foods Seasonal Ferments selection, Atina Foods salt ferments have no vinegar and no added water, they are lacto fermented with a quick hot water bath for shelf stability.
Naturally Vegan and Gluten-Free.
*Asafoetida, also known as Hing, is a resin from a tree that among other benefits, it is a purifier and acts as a natural preservative. Atina Foods' Asafoetida is Gluten Free!
Atina Foods' products are naturally preserved and use only whole foods. We use fresh and whole rhizome/roots for our Ginger and Turmeric, Not powders. We hand roast our spices from whole, then grind them. We choose fresh foods over dried, frozen, or already processed ones.
Atina Foods adapts traditional Ayurvedic recipes to incorporate global and locally available produce for unusually delicious fermented and preserved condiments that help to balance your health and diet.
ATINA FOODS' vision is to produce and share holistic food based on traditional knowledge systems, using local produce when available.
Atina Foods follows the sacred wisdom of the ancients, that food is medicine and medicine is food. Atina Foods began in 2015 by the married team, Carrie Dashow, and Suresh Pillai, in Catskill, New York. In a span of five years, they have successfully developed and marketed their uniquely delicious products to both food connoisseurs and novices alike. Proudly making simple dishes complex and amazingly delicious with an added health boost, on plates throughout New York and beyond!
|ALLERGENS||uncertified Organic, Vegan, Gluten Free|
|INGREDIENTS||New York grown garlic scapes (uncertified Organic), salt, fenugreek, mustard seed, *asafoetida, red pepper.|