Condiments Energize

11 June 2019

Condiments Energize

Regarding food: Variety is the spice of life, bring needed nutrients, balance, and strengthened well-being. As creatures of habit in a fast, demanding culture, we commonly fail to get well-rounded nourishment. Condiments are an effective way to improve this. Deliciously rich in phytonutrients, a little goes a long way. Personal wellness is improved with the use of traditional quality Eden Foods condiments. Naturally flavorful, nutrient rich, skillfully used condiments dramatically enhance enjoyment and benefits of food.

Condiments enhance food, add efficacious value, stimulate appetite, and begin the body’s chemical preparation to receive and assimilate nourishment. The appearance of food either generates good appetite, or the opposite. The aesthetic opportunity condiments provide can make food much more appealing. All these factors greatly increase the satisfaction of a meal.

We each need our own individual balance of the Five Flavors – sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and umami. Condiments tend to be strong in one or more of the five flavors, and they add visual appeal.

Improve Digestion

Condiments commonly contain, or give rise to, enzymes that are digestive aids. They can be especially helpful when eating oily, fatty food. Examples are mustard, vinegar, horseradish, sauerkraut, wasabi, and ginger. Condiments like umeboshi and vinegar are also used to stabilize or preserve prepared foods. Other condiments, like shoyu soy sauce, salt, and mirin are most commonly used as ingredients in cooking. They each provide valuable nutrients and antioxidant benefits. The nutritional intensity found in good condiments helps satisfy needed nutritional variety.

The word condiment is derived from Latin: Condimemtum ‘seasoning,’ condire ‘preserve, pickle, or season,’ and condere ‘store, put away.’ Many condiments are fermented such as soy sauce, vinegar, mirin, and pickles. Fermentation enhances a food's efficacy by converting them to readily assimilable nourishment, while adding new nutrients. Vinegar, citrus, salt, and fruit sugar based relishes, chutneys, sauces, and seasonings are often used as condiments. Condiments embellish appearance, flavor, and nourishment. Most are shelf stable and store easily.

EDEN Condiments

Unfortunately, most of today’s commercial condiments are highly adulterated with chemicals, GMOs, bad fats, sugars, salt, irradiated herbs/spices, and artificial colors. They are imitations. Nature’s flavors have been lost, so artificial flavors abound. Ingredients of this sort are well hidden due to successful lobbying that has made it easy to deceive. Reading labels is not as helpful as it once was. EDEN Condiments are traditional natural food and every ingredient is dutifully declared on the label.

Some notable EDEN Condiments that increase nutritional variety and provide benefits are:

Other notable EDEN Condiments – Natto Miso • Hot Pepper Sesame Oil • Olive Oil • Nori Sea Vegetable • Barley Malt • Tahini • Pickled Ginger

With EDEN Condiments in the pantry, you can creatively make pleasing meals. Many of them are nice to have on the table, as well as for use in cooking. Pour, sprinkle, dab, drizzle, or spread EDEN Condiments on grains, pasta, salad, vegetables, grain and bean patties, and sandwiches. Use them to make soups and stews, dressings, marinades, dips, sauces, and homemade pickles. For deliciously creative, free recipes visit edenfoods.com/recipes. Eden Condiments are guaranteed to please. Most are kosher pareve. All are pure and purifying.


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