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Your pantry will thank you when you stock up with these carefully sourced items as a foundation for your own nutrient-dense cooking.

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Yaupon Dark Roast Black Loose Leaf Tea

1 oz. pouch

$11.25
Relish the smooth and refreshing taste of the only caffeinated plant native to North America. Consumed by indigenous peoples throughout the southern parts of what is now the United States, Yaupon is rich in history and tradition. All Cat Spring Yaupon teas are sustainably grown, without any pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers, in Texas. All that touches the yaupon is sunshine and rainwater. This is the darkest roast yaupon that we carry, and its complex and smoky notes are balanced by a clean finish without bitter astringency. Ingredient: estate grown yaupon tea

Yukari Shiso Condiment

2.2 oz

$18.25

The red shiso leaves give the distinct red color and flavor to the Umeboshi Plums; they sit together for months in the pickling bucket. After the aging process is done, they take them out, sundry them, and make into a delightful condiment.

It has that bright tanginess from the plums and still assertive shiso flavor. Japanese people love to sprinkle Yukari onto their bowls of steamed rice. Our recent favorite is to sprinkle on melon or fig salads. The unique flavor and its natural color are unlike anything else!

Enjoy experimenting new matches of the flavors on your own! Limited production of 100 jars

Yume Boshi Umeboshi Salty Pickles

9 oz. jar

$23.00

Yume Boshi founder Ayako Iino grew up eating her mother's house made umeboshi pickles. She founded Yume Boshi in 2013 as the fruit on the ume plum trees became ripe in Northern California. Using traditional methods Ayako set to work transforming the tangy fruit she sources from small local orchards into pickles. Koume is a style of umeboshi pickle that is made with a different variety of ume plum. The fruit is smaller and more delicate. Soft, tangy, salty, bright red color --- that same taste but it can be used with less impact. Great for rice balls or for bento box. Umeboshi is a savory ume plum pickle eaten as a condiment for rice every day in Japan. She uses locally sourced plums and traditional methods of preparation. Ume plums are salted, flavored with red shiso leaves, and then dried under the California sun to make umeboshi. The ultimate companion for a bowl of plain steamed rice. (Mix in small amount as you wish.) Stronger taste than your usual pickle - a little goes a long way!?? Ingredients: ume plums, sea salt, red shiso leaves No need to refrigerate, but keep in cool place.

Yume Boshi Umeboshi Salty Pickles 4.5 oz

4.5 oz. jar

$14.50

Yume Boshi founder Ayako Iino grew up eating her mother's house made umeboshi pickles. She founded Yume Boshi in 2013 as the fruit on the ume plum trees became ripe in Northern California. Using traditional methods Ayako set to work transforming the tangy fruit she sources from small local orchards into pickles. Koume is a style of umeboshi pickle that is made with a different variety of ume plum. The fruit is smaller and more delicate. Soft, tangy, salty, bright red color --- that same taste but it can be used with less impact.

Great for rice balls or for bento box. Umeboshi is a savory ume plum pickle eaten as a condiment for rice every day in Japan. She uses locally sourced plums and traditional methods of preparation. Ume plums are salted, flavored with red shiso leaves, and then dried under the California sun to make umeboshi. The ultimate companion for a bowl of plain steamed rice. (Mix in small amount as you wish.) Stronger taste than your usual pickle - a little goes a long way!??

Ingredients: ume plums, sea salt, red shiso leaves No need to refrigerate, but keep in cool place.