What is Tamarind?

Tamarind Trees grow  in hot countries around the equator, and are common in Thai and Indian and Mexican cooking. They are a large tree with a woody lumpy pod that contains a brown fruit, which in some places is called an "Indian Date", Imli or Tamarindo. The flavour of tamarind can be described as a cross between a date and lime. Weirdly delicious. And luckily it tastes much better than the fruit looks!

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I have food allergies. Does it contain.....?

Our chutneys are gluten-free, dairy-free, wheat-free, egg-free, soy-free and nut-free. There is no onion, tomato, or vinegar in them, and we add no salt or thickeners.  If you have any other allergies....please just ask us.


Is your chutney Vegan?

Yes. We use no animal products at all.


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