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Product Focus Monday

Tamari, Bitterballen & Tahini

Welcome to our first Product Focus Monday fact file, in which we want to introduce you to products (new & old) at the Deli.  This week we will focus on three fairly new products, Tamari, Bitterballen & Tahini.
Tamari is a Japanese soy sauce made by fermenting soybeans and it is usually vegan & gluten-free (the one you can find at the Deli is indeed vegan & gluten-free).  Tamari has a darker colour and richer flavour than the common Chinese soy sauce you may be more familiar with.  It also tastes more balanced and less salty than the sometimes harsh bite of soy sauce, which makes it great for dipping.
Find it online, selling @ R80 per 250ml
Bitterballen are a Dutch meat-based snack, made by making a very thick stew thickened with roux and beef stock and generously loaded with meat, refrigerating the stew until it firms, and then rolling the thick mixture into balls which then get breaded and fried.  Enjoy it with a good Dutch mustard, which you can also find at the Deli.
Find it online, selling @ R60 for 12
Tahini is a condiment made from toasted ground hulled sesame.  It is served by itself (as a dip) or as a major ingredient in hummus, baba ghanoush, and halva.

You can make your own hummus by using chickpeas, tahini, fresh lemon juice, fresh garlic (or our Lebanese garlic sauce), ground cumin, salt & olive oil - most of these products available at the Deli.
Find it online, selling @ R89 per 400g
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