Salamino (pepperoni)
Salamino (pepperoni)

Salamino

Sgaia
€6.80
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What is commonly referred to as "pepperoni" inEnglish-speaking countries, is called "salamino piccante" in Italy.  If you like pizza anddeliciously fiery foods, you're going to love these! These salaminoslices make the perfect pizza topping: they are delicious and chunky,with a great chilli kick. They are marinated in extra virgin olive oilbefore laying each slice out by hand. Edinburgh pizzarie and vegan restaurants love them and it is easy to see why!

Each pack contains eighteen slices. That's enough for two large pizzas, three medium pizzas, or six mini pizzas.
(Can be frozen)

Sgaia [sga-ee-ah] is a word in Venetian dialect to describe someone whois cheerful, animated and positive but also used to define someone whois resourceful, quick-witted and versatile. Hilary and Alberto, twoItalians expatriated in lovely Scotland, believe that all human beingshave a bit of sgaia in them. Passionate about eating, cooking, sharingfood culture, and re-dimensioning culinary heritages in vegan terms,Sgaia was born to take part in the plant-based revolution, to supportall human beings in their search for tasty, cruelty-free foods thatdon’t obstruct the possibility of standing by one’s cooking traditions.As Italians, they grew up with a rich culinary tradition and Mheat isthe first building block of their new, Italian plant-based living. Alltheir products are hand-made, in small batches and are the high quality artisanalfood by definition.

Ingredients: Wheat GLUTEN, SOYA Protein, Water, Yeast Extract, Shoyu (SOYA, WHEAT), Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Smoked Paprika, Sea Salt, Beetroot, Chilli Flakes, Extra Hot Chilli Powder, Molasses, Onion. 

Best before: 20/6/2019

Average Nutritional Information, per 100g: Energy 920kJ/220kcal; Protein, 34g; Total Fat, 3.7g (of which Saturated Fat, 0.2g); Carbohydrates, 18g (of which Sugars, 1.3g; of which Fiber, 2.22g); Sodium, 871mg. 
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