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Item of the Day – Springer Mountain Farms Whole Chickens

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Springer Mountain Farms

Whole Chicken

Item 18267 – 10 count case

Springer Mountain Farms is a family-owned business nestled in the hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains with over 50 years experience in raising chickens.
We exercise great care in all that we do, and our dedication to providing our chickens with a quality of life and healthy diet results in a healthier, more delicious chicken for our customers. All Springer Mountain Farms chickens are responsibly raised on a high quality diet of pesticide-free, American-grown grains, without antibiotics, hormones, steroids or animal by-products -EVER!

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Item of the Day – Mirin Rice Wine

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Mirin Rice Wine

Item 90098 – 60 oz. bottle

Item 99659 – 6/60 oz. case

Quintessential to all Japanese cuisine, Tsuki Suiji-Mirin is an    
indispensable ingredient providing the foundation to many culinary creations. Dark Gold in color, Suiji-Mirin has a rich aroma of sake and delicate sweetness. The all-natural amino acids enhance flavor, while the alcohol accelerates flavor absorption. From glazing to sauces to stir-fries & marinades, Suiji-Mirin can be used to elevate or mellow.

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Item of the Day – Bonito Flakes

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Bonito Flakes

Item 94020 – 6/1 lb. case

Item 90002 – 1 lb. bag

Katsuobushi, or Skipjack Tuna is filleted into 4 loins, simmered for couple of hours, de-boned, rubbed with fish paste and then smoked for about a month. Each loin is then elegantly shaved down to create a perfect shape and is sprayed with a mold similar to Koji. The finished loins spend the next 6 months cycling between the humid  fermentation room and the dry sunlight. Once complete, it is packaged whole or shaved. Katsuobushi is a fundamental and critical ingredient across all Japanese cuisine. It can be found in soup stocks (Dashi), salads, dipping sauces, marinades, rice dishes, sushi and is often used as a garnish.

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Item of the Day – Haku Smoked Shoyu

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Haku Smoked Shoyu

Item 03321 – 750 ml

Origin: Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
                                   
A truly rare and unique ingredient from Kyoto      
prefecture. Haku Smoked Shoyu is first traditionally brewed      
preserving ancestral methods of the mushiro koji process yielding an exceptional shoyu, aged 12 months. After aging, the master craftsmen meticulously follow a cold-smoking process unique to the Haku family, exclusively using Mizunara hard wood, a type of Japanese Oak, which bears a beautiful, lively, but delicate smoke flavor. Typically used in moderation as a finishing shoyu, Haku Smoked Shoyu delivers a uniqueness and complexity desired by today’s most discerning chefs.

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Item of the Day – Red Miso

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Red Miso

Item 90019 – 2 lb.

Namikura Aka (Red) miso is classified as a “red miso” due to being aged for at least 6 months and also by using less rice and more soybeans in its production. The longer miso ages, the darker and stronger is becomes. Miso is a fundamental core ingredient across all of Japanese Cuisine and Namikura Aka Miso is a standout example.
Namikura Miso Co is a family-owned, 5th generation producer that is highly regarded throughout Japan for its incredible depth of flavor and superb texture. The family prides themselves on being involved in every level of production, from hand selecting local ingredients all the way through to packaging.

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Item of the Day – Rudi’s Gluten-Free Multigrain Bread

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Rudi’s Gluten-Free

Multigrain Bread

Item 90704 – 8/18 oz Loaves

Origin: Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery 
                                   
Product Details: With so much new “yum” in every bite, this loafs a true Original. Discover the delicious taste of real bread that you deserve, now softer and fluffier.
14 slices per loaf.

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Item of the Day – Pom Wonderful Pomegranate Juice

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Pom Wonderful

Pomegranate Juice

Item 93719 – 48 oz jar

Item 99302 – 6 count case

Wonderful pomegranates are whole-pressed to capture polyphenol antioxidants from the rind, pith and arils. POM has potassium—an electrolyte that helps maintain muscle function. Every 8 oz serving packs as much as the average banana. Potassi-yum.

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Item of the Day – Whole Brown Flax Seeds

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Whole Brown

Flax Seeds

Item 93413 – 1 lb. bag

Item 98886 – 25 lb. case

Flax seed, also known as linseed, comes from the flax plant, which is cultivated for its seeds as well as its fiber. The seeds, which are a little larger than sesame seeds, are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and are rich in dietary fiber and lignan. Used since ancient times, flax is renowned for myriad health benefits. This mixture is made up of a combination of brown and golden flax seeds.

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Item of the Day – Italian Farro

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Italian Farro

Item 93431 – 3 lb. bag

Item 93450 – 4/3 lb. case

In ancient Rome, farro was a staple food that provided the main source of nourishment for the Roman legions. It was so coveted that it was even used as a form of currency. While that might not still hold true today, it does remain one of the healthiest of the wheat species.   Farro is commonly used in traditional dishes, stews, casseroles and salads.

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