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    $6.89

    The sea asparagus grows between tides, on the banks of the Saint-Laurent River. Behind its cacti looks, it hides a great taste of the Seas! Only the extremities are picked, then marinated to give a tasty yet ornemental condiment. The salty taste and the crunchy texture make the sea asparagus the perfect side dish for fish and seafoods. A small branch...

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    $7.25
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    Still tender, these start-ups are marinated and can be used to decorate many dishes, with its resin and menthol taste. The spruce tups are picked in Spring, while they are still hidden in their brown shell. The spruce tips add taste to gravy sauces and salad dressings. They are to die for with a Martini, and can also be used to stuff fish.

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    $6.89
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    These small milkweed podsare delicious and might remind you of broccoli or beans. Milkweed is considered by many as an intrusive weed, since it grows everywhere in Quebec, even in urban areas. But, the First Nations have been picking milkweed for generations, because beside being tasteful, they used it to cure many diseases.

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    $6.55
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    A unique seasonning which upgrades all your meals, without giving you a garlic breathe. It is also easily digested, and sweeter than regular garlic. Harvested in buttons during the Summer solstice, the garlic flowers are minced, then put to fermentation in a secret mix of oil and bacterial culture. The fermentation is followed by a period of maturation...

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    $7.39
    5 Review(s)

    A unique seasonning which upgrades all your meals, without giving you a garlic breathe. It is also easily digested, and sweeter than regular garlic. Harvested in buttons during the Summer solstice, the garlic flowers are minced, then put to fermentation in a secret mix of oil and bacterial culture. The fermentation is followed by a period of maturation...

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    $11.75
    1 Review(s)

    A condiment worthy of the most glamourous tables. The daisy caper has a peppery taste. Serve them with smoked salmon, in a salad, on appetizers, with pâtés, or potted meats.

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    $6.95
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    Purely delicious with sausages, ham and grilled meats. It is cooked slowly, in small quantities to preserve all the flavors. This relish is an awesome sweet and salty mix.

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