Strawberry Fields Forever
Be Mine Valentine with this Shortbread Cookie of Love:
We were hoping for square love letters but these wanted to get round and different and they pack lots of strawberry love in each bite. You will fall in love.
Amaranth & White Lily Flour
Hand Cut Light & Uncentrifuged Sugars: Thai Palm & Black Kokutō
Unfermented Ruby Chocolate
3 cookies for $6
A Japanese version of uncentrifuged natural cane sugar is called kokuto (Japanese: 黒糖 kokutō). This is a regional specialty of Okinawa and is often sold in the form of large lumps. It is sometimes used to make shochu. Okinawan brown sugar is sometimes referred to as 'black sugar' for its darker color compared to other types of unrefined sugar, although when broken up into smaller pieces its color becomes lighter. Kokuto is commonly used as a flavoring for drinks and desserts, but can also be eaten raw as it has a taste similar to caramel. The sugar is rich in nutrients removed during the refinement process of other sugars, such as potassium and iron.