TIRIAMOCI-SÙ (Give ourselves a boost)
PREPARE A TASTY DESSERT IN SECONDS, WITH JUST A FEW EXTREMELY HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS INGREDIENTS? NOW THIS IS POSSIBLE THANKS TO MASCARICE. FOLLOW OUR VIDEO RECIPE TO CREATE WHOLESOME, REFRESHING AND GENUINE ‘SUPER DESSERTS’.
THE PROPRIETIES OF MASCARICE
The first whole-grain vegetable cream from Bio Surice (sprouted brown rice) with a thousand uses.
Thanks to extraordinary cultivation methods, inspired by those of Masanobu Fukuoka and Permaculture, we have obtained a rice that is full of vital properties, multiplied by sprouting, from which we create MascaRice, a delicious organic cream. When you taste MascaRice, you will be surprised by its flavour, texture, colour, aroma and versatility.
- THIS IS A PRODUCT THAT MAINTAINS THE VALUABLE SPROUT NUTRIENTS INTACT, thanks to its gentle pasteurisation and being sold chilled fresh;
- COMPLETELY FREE OF ALLERGENS, EGGS, GLUTEN, LACTOSE, SOY: a refreshing well-balanced whole-grain food;
- AROMA-FREE, it has a natural, delicate flavour due to the special recipe;
- Only the sweetness obtained from the rice, NO ADDED SUGAR.
ALSO EXCELLENT FOR SAVOURY RECIPES! ALL THE ENERGY AND FLAVOUR OF BIO SURICE IN A CONVENIENT, EASY-TO-STORE 150-g PACK.
HOW TO USE MASCARICE
The first cream from Bio Surice (sprouted brown rice) is now available, ideal for preparing healthy, refreshing, and balanced desserts. Light and creamy with an extraordinarily delicate taste, an easy-to-work cream with a full, rounded flavour.
LET’S MAKE OUR DAYS BETTER AND TIRIAMOCI-SÙ (Give ourselves a boost) WITH MASCARICE BY PREPARING DELICIOUS CAKES AND DESSERTS!
Ingredients: vegetable preparation Bio SuRice Cream 74% (water, sprouted brown rice 30%), coconut oil, inulin from agave, thickeners: Arabic gum, sodium alginate, carob bean gum, pea protein.
ALLERGEN-FREE, SUITABLE FOR PEOPLE INTOLERANT TO MILK, GLUTEN, EGGS, SOYA AND DERIVATIVES
(ORGANICALLY GROWN IN PERMACULTURE).
Average nutritional information
Per 100g of product
|Energy||1174 kJ – 283 kcal|
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