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Fiber, vitamins and antioxidants. These are some of the amazing content in dried figs. From better digestion to luscious hair and younger-looking skin, dried figs have various health benefits. Some studies have suggested that dried...
RM15.10
Sweet, bright orange-red and nutritious.Goji berries, also known as wolfberries, are claimed to be anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory. Packed with vitamins and minerals, and a dense protein value, they have been used to treat eye, liver...
RM22.60
Dried shiitake mushrooms bring us back to our childhood days of grandmother’s cuisine. She would use them in stir-fry's, soups and steamed dishes, adding a savoury flavour to her cooking. And yes. Chinese New Year...
RM12.80
Open the cupboards of a typical Chinese home, and you can probably find this humble superfood sitting on one of the kitchen shelves. Popular because of their sweetness and the way they harmonize with other...
RM20.80
Open the cupboards of a typical Chinese home, and you can probably find this humble superfood sitting on one of the kitchen shelves. Popular because of their sweetness and the way they harmonize with other...
RM57.80
Umami. The secret taste of many a chef’s success. The taste of dried scallops. Mildly sweet and salty in flavour, they are enjoyed by even those who are not particularly fond of fish or other...
RM23.80
Too busy to relax? Even the busiest of us need some downtime. Find yourself a quiet spot with a relaxing brew of longan tong sui (hot or cold, either way, it’s delicious). Dried longans not...
RM8.50
It’s not just Winnie the Pooh who loves honey. We tend to love sweet foods since the old days of living in the forest. Sweetness indicated that a particular thing was safe for eating, like...
RM40.40
Prosperity. Health. Auspiciousness. These are common words we wish to each other come the new year. For the Chinese, especially in Hong Kong and Southern China, dried oysters are popularly eaten during Chinese New Year....
RM43.40
Dang Shen Grade 2. 180gRM23 per 100g
RM18.50
Polygonatum is used in TCM as a herbal root for tea infusion and tonics. Price per 100g: RM12.00, plus RM0.50 packaging fee Packed in recycled glass jar deposit.
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