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Fresh Turmeric Root - Olena
NOTE: Turmeric season is here. Hand picked and cleaned with love, our fresh turmeric root is processed in small batches ready to ship fresh from our farm to your door!
12 pound Priority Box, $15 per pound, $180 total, free shipping for fresh, organic, Hawaiian turmeric root, known on the island as Olena.
Looking for distributors around the Mainland so we can decrease shipping costs. Have your friends stop by your house and pick up their supply. Trade your distribution for free turmeric.
Turmeric Ideas and Recipes
- 10 Ideas on How to Use Fresh Turmeric Root in Cooking
- 7 Ways to Eat (& Drink!) Turmeric
- How to Cook with Turmeric
- Why Fresh Turmeric Is Spicier, Sunnier, and Just Plain Better Than Dried
- Turmeric Cooler – The Juice That Can Save You From Buying Advil
Golden Chai Latte is a variation on Turmeric Golden Tea and offers a delicious mix of spices that may appeal to all ages. The turmeric adds a touch of color to this hot drink. Plus, turmeric is known for its immune-boosting qualities as well as its benefits for digestion and liver function. So drink up!
INGREDIENTS Makes 2-3 servings.
- 3½ C unsweetened almond milk or any other milk of choice
- ½ to 1 tsp ground turmeric
- ¼ tsp ground ginger
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- ¼ tsp nutmeg
- 1/8 to ¼ tsp cardamom
- ¼ tsp vanilla extract
- 1 to 2 TBS raw honey (or more for a sweeter taste)
- pinch of sea salt
- Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour into a saucepan and bring to a boil, then simmer on low for 3 to 5 minutes.
- Pour into 2 or 3 mugs.
An idea of how to use turmeric before it gets shrunken and old, from Suzanne:
Freeze a bunch, whole and unpeeled. Then when you want to use a bit, pull it out and grate it totally frozen with a very sharp grater, and use it however. That works and is super-easy. I’m next thinking of brewing a really strong concentrate (maybe adding ginger as well) and freezing it in ice cube trays to have small amounts easily accessible. Once the cubes are frozen I would transfer them to zip locks.
Known in the Hawaiian language as olena, the turmeric/olena root is harvested in January-February each year. The root is then dried and ground at a low heat in small batches to increase curcumin levels and ensure you're receiving a fresh, quality product.
This beautiful golden powder is a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial, known for its immune-boosting qualities as well as its benefits for digestion and liver function. It can be added to any fresh or cooked dish to enhance its flavor and beauty. Keep it handy in your kitchen and sprinkle on eggs, add to rice, dressings, smoothies - your imagination is the only limit!
Nine years of tending the hillside soil, adding nutrients and nitrogen fixing plants, creating shade with Madre de cacao, fertilizing, composting, adding layers of mulch and bamboo chips. All of it has finally brought us our first harvest of cacao. We are so proud to offer cacao nibs that are fresh and sweet, crunchy, slightly bitter, with a chocolate reminder. Wonderful in the morning on any breakfast yoghurt, fruit, nut, granola offering. Add to smoothies, ice cream or sorbet, punch into various main dishes for that mysterious flavor.
3 ounces for $12 We pay shipping in US.
Wholesale offers as we have product available.
We have an abundance right now.
Partake……raw, organic, Hawaiian cacao nibs harvested by hand and processed here on our farm in small batches.
White Tea Camellia Sinensis Asamica
The seasonal harvest of beautiful White Tea is now available! The Camellia Sinensis crop is grown on the farm in concentric circles and is hand-picked on sunny days with no heat used in processing. White Tea is closest to the raw form of the plant and has the unique benefit of having the highest available anti-oxidants and the lowest caffeine content of any tea. Enjoy the rich floral flavor of this tea, hot or cold!
Camellia sinensis is the Latin name of the tea plant we love to drink. Black, green and white tea all come from the same plant but indicate either the way the plant is harvested or processed.
White tea is made from the bud and first two leaves gathered from the new shoots of the tea bush.
The dark chocolate-brown leaves remain attached to the silvery buds and stems.
When infused, this tea yields a pale gold liquor with the sweet, flowery aroma of cut hay and lemon and the taste and soft undertones of sun-warmed wood.
White tea is low in caffeine and high in antioxidants as well as smooth and delicious any time of day.
Brewing tips: Brew 0.09-0.10 oz ( a nice sized handful) in water at about 167 degrees F or 75 degrees C. Should not be full boil but just before. Can brew for up to 5 minutes. You can re-use the leaves several times with a slightly different taste each time.