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Bringing Indigenous Food Origins To The Forefront

 
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Heirloom Seed Varieties ~ Grown In Regenerative Farms ~ By Multi-Generational Farmers ~ In Their Native Origins

An honest effort to bring some of the finest produce, grown regeneratively, from the best origins in the world

 

Cook With Gold ~ This Ain’t Your Regular Turmeric!

With ~8% Curcumin Content, Lakadong Is The Most Potent Turmeric Variety In The World

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Lakadong ‘Heirloom’ Turmeric

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Lakadong turmeric is an heirloom variety with 8% curcumin content as compared to an average of 2-3% found in other varieties of turmeric. You would definitely want to use this in your everyday meals for its high anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant properties. Cook delightful curries, bake desserts or stir into a cup of hot milk. Medicinal & so potent, you will love our special hill turmeric.

A small women community in a tiny village named ‘Mulieh’ in India’s Jaintia Hills, grows the world’s most potent variety of turmeric. Abundant rainfall, moist climate & rich mountain soils makes the Lakadong variety highly potent, second to no other terroir.

January 2021

GIFT YOUR DEAR ONES A WORLD OF INCREDIBLE FLAVOURS

GIFT YOUR DEAR ONES A WORLD OF INCREDIBLE FLAVOURS

 
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Indigenous Origins

Heirloom Varieties
Timeless Ingredients

This Turmeric has a very strong curcumin content. I noticed the difference immediately as an avid turmeric user. The effects are instant and very noticeable. I primarily use turmeric as a mood enhancer, and this is arguably the best I have had. 

Kambey Akari

This cinnamon is another level from the cinnamon I had before. It seems to be more tender and has a very subtle taste, and thus it is better used in recipes where you want to emphasize the cinnoman taste so that you can sense the complexiy and subtlety of it. It's not just a spice!

Azure Liu

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