Coconut Aminos which can be used just like soy and tamari sauces yet it has a low glycemic index and is packed with minerals, vitamin C, and B vitamins. It contains 17 different types of amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein. Amino acids play a vital role in muscle repair, brain and nervous system function too. AND they assist in boosting our immune system and physical energy levels - SO needed during this time of year. Coconut aminos, I've read, have been found to contain 14 times the amount of amino acids found in soy sauce. The way the sauce is processed, it remains raw and enzymatically alive. Who knew! This product was recommended by a fellow co-op shopper.

Also new, Soba noodles! I've never had those either. May have to give 'em a try!

Coconut milk now in stock

More Fever Tree Ginger Brew that has less sugar and more of that ginger snap! YUM!



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