• Spinach (China)

    Iron. A lack of iron in the diet can affect how efficiently the body uses energy. …
    Calcium. Spinach contains approximately 25 mg of calcium per cup. …
    Magnesium. …
    Diabetes management. …
    Cancer prevention. …
    Asthma prevention. …
    Lowering blood pressure. …
    Bone health.

    200g
    AED 6.30

    Spinach (China)

    AED 6.30
  • Peeled Garlic (China)

    Garlic Contains Compounds With Potent Medicinal Properties. …
    Garlic Is Highly Nutritious But Has Very Few Calories. …
    Garlic Can Combat Sickness, Including the Common Cold. …
    The Active Compounds in Garlic Can Reduce Blood Pressure. …
    Garlic Improves Cholesterol Levels, Which May Lower the Risk of Heart Disease.

    AED 42.00
  • Sasa No Ha (Bamboo Leaves)

    Are bamboo leaves poisonous to humans?These tender young shoots are the only part of the bamboo plant that can be made edible to humans. … Pandas and golden lemurs have evolved ways to process cyanide and can ingest enough bamboo to kill several men each day, but even young shoots are too toxic for human consumption.

    600g
    AED 99.75
  • Ssook Gat, Korean Crown Daisy

    Sookgat, called crown daisies in English, is a very popular green leaf vegetable in Korea that is often used in diets preventing insomnia, strokes, and anemia.

    200g
    AED 21.00
  • Dried Gosari, Fernbrake

    What does Fernbrake taste like?
    So it has a mildly garlicky and salty taste. Also, you should expect a strong nutty aroma coming from sesame oil and sesame seeds. They quickly overtake the fernbrake, in a good way. It smells and tastes warm and earthy.

    AED 168.00
  • AED 34.65

    Dried Chinamul

    AED 34.65
  • Chungyang Gochu, Korean Chili

    This chili is easily the spiciest of the Korean chilies, coming in between 4, and 1, Scovilles . This chili is a versatile seasoning—you can add it to any kind of dish that you want to add heat to. It’s very commonly sliced and added to soup dishes to add some heat without coloring the broth red from gochutgaru (chili flakes). How to cook: You can also dry cheongyang gochu when they ripen and turn red to make cheongyang gochutgaru. Some people mix this with their normal gochutgaru to create an even spicier blend.

    150g
    AED 21.00
  • AED 28.35
  • Korean Cucumber Chili

    Korean cucumber chili it’s the hottest chili pepper in Korea and has the strongest fiery flavor, contains more capsaicin than other typical chili peppers (even more than jalapeño peppers!) . Rich in capsaicin and vitamin C, it helps fat metabolism

    Cook Note:
    This chili is a versatile seasoning—you can add it to any kind of dish that you want to add heat to. It’s very commonly sliced and added to soup dishes to add some heat without coloring the broth red from gochugaru (chili flakes).

    300g
    AED 30.45
  • Kwari Gochu, Korean Shishito Pepper

    Shishito peppers are called kkwarigochu in Korean, Kkwari means twisted and GoChu means peppers. They’re usually about 2-3 inches long and always wrinkly. The skin is thin and they’re very mild. In Korean cuisine, they’re often used in side dishes and are steamed, stir-fried, cooked, boiled, or sauteed. Flown by air.

    Cook Note:

    A hole is poked in the pepper beforehand to keep expanding hot air from bursting the pepper. It may be skewered then broiled (grilled), or pan-fried in oil, stewed in a soy sauce- and dashi-based liquid, or simply eaten raw in a salad or as a condiment. It is thin-skinned and will blister and char easily compared with thicker-skinned varieties of peppers.

    150g
    AED 26.25
  • Frozen Minced Garlic

    Garlic Press. In our experience, a garlic press can break down cloves more finely and evenly—and quickly—than the average cook wielding a knife. Plus, with a goodgarlic press, you don’t have to stop and peel the cloves. (If you don’t own a garlic press, our technique for mincing garlic by hand is the next best thing.)

    AED 31.50
  • Hobak, Korean Zucchini Pumpkin

    Usually, they are rounder and fatter than the thin zucchinis available in most American grocers. And the flesh is slightly sweeter.

    250g
    AED 25.20
  • Edamame in pod

    Edamame beans are whole, immature soybeans, sometimes referred to as vegetable-type soybeans. … Edamame beans are often sold while still encased in their pods, which are not meant to be eaten. You can also buy shelled edamame, without the pods. In the US, most edamame is sold frozen.

    400g
    AED 15.75

    Edamame in pod

    AED 15.75

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