Byron Bay Tempeh

Byron Bay Tempeh
Byron Bay Tempeh
Sarah Bourke
Stokers Siding NSW

Tempeh is a fermented ‘living’ food, which originated in Indonesia.

As a whole food, tempeh is nutritionally very rich. Tempeh is one of the highest known vegetarian source of vitamin B12.

It is also one of the best sources of vegetarian protein. Because of its fermented nature, tempeh is very high in natural pro-biotics. This makes it very easy to digest. Tempeh is high in fibre, contains no cholesterol and is very low in saturated fat.
At Byron Bay Tempeh we use state of the art technology to produce the highest quality, boutique style fresh tempeh.
Our Tempeh is lovingly hand made using the best quality Australian ingredients. The chickpeas, apple cider vinegar and Tasmanian wakame seaweed we use are all certified organic. All of the ingredients used in Byron Bay Tempeh are non GMO.
Sarah also carries on her stall Byron Bay Miso and Alive Foods

Byron Bay Miso
Byron Bay Miso is made in the slow, traditional way, which means it can takes months or even years to make, but it also means all the goodness is retained.
Miso is a fermented food, rich in probiotics, which help digestion. It also contains complex B vitamins, iron, calcium and minerals and is high in antioxidants.

Alive Foods
Alive Foods create probiotic rich fermented vegetables including French Beetroot, Kim Chi, Traditional Sauerkraut and Earth and Sea Sauerkraut with seaweed.

● Tempeh (Fava bean & wakame seaweed)
● Tempeh (Organic Chick Pea)
• Tempeh (Organic yellow split pea and brown rice)
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