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Product introduction

Country of origin
raw materials
Basil seed
Allergic substances contained in raw materials

Allergic substance contained in raw materials (28 items): Not applicable
In this product factory, we produce products including wheat, soba, sesame and soy.

Shipping method
Normal service (Sagawa Express)

※ It can not be bundled with frozen and fresh refrigerated flight
※ Please order after confirmation of "shipping day" and "scheduled delivery date" at the settlement step.
The storage period in the delivery company is eight days including the first delivery date.
Preservation method
Store in a cool place avoiding direct sunlight and high temperature and humidity. After opening, please use it as soon as possible.
【How to eat ♪】
Basilseed is popular as a dessert topping such as Ice cream in India. Since the returned basil's seed itself does not taste, it is recommended that seasoning first and mix with source and syrup and put it in a dish. Toppy to cooking and desserts like sesame or anyone and enjoy the texture. Fit the Japanese-style seasoning such as "Nori" and "Toten".

· Mix Mayonnaise and dip Dip
· Mix with jam to toast
· Mix dressing and sprinkle to salad
· Cold guy with ginger soy sauce --- Sesame-like texture
· Mix with okra --- Perfect for slimy texture ◎
· Put with miso soup --- Petit chari's mouthfeel ◎
· Mix natto --- Nebaneva texture and compatibility ◎
· Mix cucumber or seaweed with vinegar
· Topping to cold noodles --- Ginger-like texture

● Easy mini recipe ●
Easy dessert "Suite basil seed milk"
1. Cut your favorite fruits into a bowl roughly and lightly.
2. Add a tablespoon of the water backwatered suite basil seed, pour a warm milk (soy milk is acceptable), add ginger powder and sugar and adjust the taste.
3. Finally, we will sprinkle the cinnamon powder and the cardamon powder.
4. On the finish, the chopped nuts are completed if you like.
* Add a single coconutshle to add a coconut flavor. Recommended fruits are strawberries, banana, papaya and mango.
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