Tropical Traditions Atchara | Raw Fermented Green Papaya

Tropical Traditions Atchara is a certified organic raw fermented green papaya dish rich in digestive enzymes.

Atchara, a traditional Philippine fermented dish made with raw green papaya, fresh raw ginger root, garlic, raw cane sugar and raw coconut water vinegar.

This pungent relish type of dish is rich in digestive enzymes and loaded with ginger and garlic.  Much like kimchi or sauerkraut, atchara is used as a unique and healthy condiment.

Wanna try it?  

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Laura S

16oz glass jar of 

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  1. I'd like to try this on waffles c:

  2. Thanks for holding another giveaway! This seems very interesting.

  3. I would probably eat it on its own. I haven't tried it so I don't know what it would pair well with

  4. I would hand the jar over to my husband and ask him to cook with it and see what he comes up with - probably a mushroom dish

  5. I would serve it on the side of any meal, but especially a dish with an Asian flair.

  6. I would serve it with hamburgers.
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  7. I've never heard of thus product so I don't know how I would eat it. I just love papaya so I can't wait to try it. Thanks!

  8. Fish sounds lovely, or a muffin.

  9. I would try it on its own - haven't tried it yet.
    Then maybe on some gluten free bread.

  10. I'm excited about the potential health benefits here. I also hope it would taste good, though! :)

  11. I guess I might try adding it to salad, but honestly I wouldn't know what to do with it until I tried it!

  12. I'd eat it with rice and baked salmon

  13. i would like to try it straight and then have a better idea of what I would like to pair it with. trying to add more fermented foods!

  14. I'd use it in a veggie stir fry.
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