VEGAN AIOLI GARLIC SPICE DIP
INGREDIENTS: Drinking water, rapeseed oil, garlic 5%, sugar, modified starches, lemon juice, table salt, vinegar, mustard, thickener: xanthan gum
ALLERGY ADVICE: This product contains mustard.
PLEASE NOTICE: This food is manufactured in a gentle freshness procedure and is already delivered to us with short best-before date by manufacturer. Therefore the life period may possibly be less than 7 days from dispatch.
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Squeeze me: Vegan aioli from the squeeze bottle
Mayonnaise is already a very fine ingredient and garlic is said be good for the heart and circulation. If you put both together, you get aioli. And just as vegan mayonnaise, the vegan aioli is no longer an impossibility. Bedda presents their universal in a practical squeeze bottle. With a short press you can refine all dishes from potato slices to vegetable pans to sandwiches. The vegan garlic cream does not contain any artificial flavours. The savoury taste of garlic comes into the bottle in a completely natural way. With a bottle of vegan aioli in the fridge you are prepared for all eventualities. With it, you can save almost any meal in no time wether it is too tasteless, too spicy or even slightly burned.
Vegan Aioli is like Magic
- Edible magic: Bedda creates her vegan garlic cream from natural flavours and purely vegetable ingredients.
- Selected ingredients: Palm oil and soya are never added to the aioli bottle under any circumstances.
- Vegan Aioli from the squeeze bottle: this is the simple magic spell for easy portioning and a stunning taste experience.
|Nutrition information per 100g|
|of which saturated||2,4g|
|of which sugar||3,0g|
- Cool shipping recommended
- Free from peanut
- Free from gluten
- Free from yeast
- Free from lupin
- Free from palm-oil
- Free from peel fruits
- Free from celery
- Free from sesame
- Free from soy
- Free from wheat
Ich bin keine Verganerinn aber die bedda Aioli schmeckt einfach mega! Zum Beispiel zu Süßkartoffelpommes, zu Eiern oder zu Spare-Ribbs :-)
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