Though kudzu, also known as Japanese arrowroot, is technically a root vegetable, its subtle earthiness is balanced by the sweetness of added watermelon, lightening up the overall flavor of the vinegar.
NATURALLY FERMENTED VINEGAR Kudzu, also known as arrowroot, has long been used as a medicinal herb in Asia to treat migraines, high blood pressure, menopause symptoms, and the common cold. Hanega uses Kudzu exclusively grown on Mt. Bohae in Geochang, KyungNam.
Though Kudzu is technically a root vegetable, it has a subtle earthiness balanced by the sweetness of added watermelon, which lightens up the overall flavor of the vinegar. It makes a great vinaigrette, though goes equally well with a glass of sparkling water.
● 350ml bottle ● Made in Ganghwado, South Korea ● Aged at least 3 years ● Unpasteurized. Non-GMO, no preservatives, additives, trans-fats or refined sugar ● Ingredients: Kudzu, water, watermelon, ginkgo berry, white rice, yeast (wheat), malted barley, brown rice, glutinous rice, Korean red pine needle
Kudzu/Arrowroot Mainly available in powder form in the west, Kudzu, also known as arrowroot, has been gaining popularity due to being gluten-free and vegan. In Asia, Kudzu roots and flowers have long been used to make medicinal herbal teas.
Ginkgo A fruit full of antioxidants, Hanega grows its own Gingko.
Pine needles A good source of Vitamins A and C, pine needles have long been used in Korean medicine to strengthen the immune system, aid in blood circulation, and promote skin and hair health.