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 Fermented onions fresh & bright flavor in food service

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Assorted fresh vegetables in a glass (celery, cucumber and carrot) and two yogurt sauce isolated on a white background

Ready to Use

• Garnish Soups, Tacos & Green Salads
• Add to Mixed Salads, Salsas and Ceviche
• Great in Sandwiches, Burgers & Panini
• Topping on Pizza & Hot Dogs
• Innovative addition to Salad Bars
• Blend onions and rich BRINE into Sauces,
Soups, Dips & Dressings

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Benefits

• The most used flavor enhancers are all fermented: Soy sauce, fish sauce, Worcestershire, Sriacha, Perkins, Tabasco and many more.
• Fermented onions offer a clean bright layered flavor.
• Naturally occurring acids in fermented foods open taste buds. Vinegar is a sharp flavor that can close taste buds down.
• During fermentation stinky yet healing sulfur compounds are expelled which diminishes onion breath.
• A great way to bring Culinary Nutrition to your menu.

Potato Salad

“With fermented foods you get modern taste with an ancient technique. These fermented onions have a clean flavor and are really versatile. There is a reason fermented foods have been around for thousands of years and still popular in many cultures. This flavor is very satisfying and adds dimension to the entire meal.”

 

Chef Josiah of Melisse, Charcoal and Dave’s Doghouse
Restaurants Los Angeles, CA

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