Born and grown in the sun

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Born and grown in the sun

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Place of Origin: Hualien Ingredients: horse report Contents: 70g There are small white flowers in spring, and small green fruits begin to appear on the trees during the small full season. In June, small mature and black fruits are grown. At this time, tribes will go up the mountain in groups and cut down the branches full of fruits one by one. Go back to the work room, pluck the fruit from the leaves, wash and dry, and freeze for storage. Freshly matured black fruit has a lemon aroma, while dried fruit tastes similar to a combination of pepper and ginger. It was used instead of salt in the early days and was a traditional seasoning for the aborigines. Paiwan, Rukai, Atayal and other Taiwanese inhabitants used mountain pepper for food preservation, flavoring and seasoning; such as braised pork beef, stewed pork rib soup, mountain pepper raw papaya chicken soup, and mountain pepper steamed fish. In addition, you can sandwich the peppercorns with the meat slices and roast them together, or beat the fresh fruit pieces into a sauce and spread them on the cooked meat slices. There is also the practice of drying and breaking the mountain peppercorns and stuffing them into the fish belly for steaming and roasting. . Origin/manufacturing method Taiwan

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Ma Gao, in the Atayal language, has the meaning of being full of vitality and endless life; it is also called mountain pepper, which is a native and natural natural spice distributed in the middle-altitude mountainous area of Taiwan. The whole plant exudes the aroma of pepper and lemon. , The unrestrained fragrance shows the nature of being wild, not used to breeding, it is all obtained by picking.

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70g x 1
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Room temperature
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365 day(s) after the manufacturing date

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