Flavored waters can be used to flavor everything from a glass of water to beverages and desserts...
Molasses are the concentrated juices naturally obtained from fruits; their popularity is spreading beyond the Middle Eastern cuisines today due to the benefits and unique flavors they impart.
A zesty replacement for lemon juice that brings you closer to the fruit’s refreshing taste.
Lemon substitute is a basic souring element in all cuisines.
The olive tree is historically known to serve diverse purposes in the field of human nourishment and well-being, from its olive fruits to its oils and their derivatives.
Apart from being a process used to expand the lifespan of foods, pickling has also become a practice unique to every region resulting in pickle flavors and attributes specific to each.
Flavored syrups can be used for flavoring coffee or juices, sweetening pancakes, cakes or icecream.
Vinegar can be used in pickling, cooking and disinfecting foodstuff. Vinegars are made from carbohydrate-rich fruits like grapes, rice and oat...
Tomatoes are a nutritious fruit that comprise the base of tomato paste; a sauce extensively used in the Mediterranean region originating from the Italian cuisine.
Tomato paste is prepared by cooking tomatoes for several hours to reduce their moisture content, and then straining them out of their skin and seeds. The mixture is then further cooked to form a thick and concentrated paste.