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Freshon Kokum - The Healing & The Cooling Spice : 250 gm , 500 gm , 1 kg

About This Product :

KOKUM’s botanical name is Garcinia indica. It is a tiny fruit which is red in colour when it is raw and turns into deep purple when it ripens. It is then dried and used as a culinary and medicinal agent in most of the houses.

KOKUM is indigenous to India specifically in southern part/Western Ghats of India. This fruit with various medicinal benefits is also used as a key component in the spices of Indian cuisines, especially in Gujarati and South Indian dishes. It is cultivated in western coastal regions that include Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, and Kerala.

Use of KOKUM: The dried version of KOKUM is used in daily preparation in most of the Marathi, Gujarati, Konkan, Kerala and Goan cuisines. They are added to veggies, dals and curries to give it a sour taste and obviously reap its other benefits too.

Disclaimer: The product is guaranteed to be 100% genuine. Product images are for illustrative purposes only. Images/packaging/ labels may vary from time to time due to changes made by the manufacturer's manufacturing batch and location. The product description is for information purposes only and may contain additional ingredients.

 Product ID :5062048

Freshon Kokum - The Healing & The Cooling Spice

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Description

Freshon Kokum - The Healing & The Cooling Spice : 250 gm , 500 gm , 1 kg

About This Product :

KOKUM’s botanical name is Garcinia indica. It is a tiny fruit which is red in colour when it is raw and turns into deep purple when it ripens. It is then dried and used as a culinary and medicinal agent in most of the houses.

KOKUM is indigenous to India specifically in southern part/Western Ghats of India. This fruit with various medicinal benefits is also used as a key component in the spices of Indian cuisines, especially in Gujarati and South Indian dishes. It is cultivated in western coastal regions that include Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, and Kerala.

Use of KOKUM: The dried version of KOKUM is used in daily preparation in most of the Marathi, Gujarati, Konkan, Kerala and Goan cuisines. They are added to veggies, dals and curries to give it a sour taste and obviously reap its other benefits too.

Disclaimer: The product is guaranteed to be 100% genuine. Product images are for illustrative purposes only. Images/packaging/ labels may vary from time to time due to changes made by the manufacturer's manufacturing batch and location. The product description is for information purposes only and may contain additional ingredients.

 Product ID :5062048

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