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Shima Wasabi Launch

Shima WasabiFlowerdale Farm is excited to announce Shima Wasabi products are now exclusively available from our store at the Melbourne Wholesale Market. Shima Wasabi is Tasmanian grown and widely regarded as Australia's most premium wasabi.

The new wasabi range includes:

  • Wasabi Stems (available in 30g cryovac pouches or 6 x 30g)
  • Baby Wasabi Leaves (punnets)
  • Standard Wasabi Leaves (punnets)
  • Wasabi Stalks (punnets)
  • Wasabi Flowers (punnets available June – October)

We also have several styles of Wasabi Graters available for Chefs to prepare these unique products.

With a powerfully hot, sweet and fragrant fresh flavour Shima Wasabi is the perfect ingredient for Asian fusion and to add new dimension to your dishes. Explore the different elements of the plant by grating the Stems into a paste; adding Wasabi Leaves to salads, meat or seafood; using fresh or pickled Wasabi Stalks to add a wonderful crunch and zing to savoury meals; or add a flavoursome heat by using Baby Wasabi Leaves or Wasabi Flowers as a garnish.

As a special introductory offer purchase a 30g cryovac Wasabi Stem from Flowerdale Farm and receive a free Mini Wasabi Grater!*

*Offer only available to wholesale customers who purchase the product from the Flowerdale Farm Store at the Melbourne Wholesale Market. Available while stocks last.

 

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