Raw Vegan Mooncakes - Mooñacolada (box of 4 pieces)
🌴🍍🌴Celebrate this Mid-Autumn Festival with the healthy and innovative mooncake.🌴🍍🌴
*Order before 20th September, 2017
Raw, Vegan, Dairy-free, Soy-free, Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free, Paleo Friendly, White Sugar-Free,Grain-Free, Nut-Free
❄️Please refrigerate to enjoy the best texture and flavor❄️
Made with 6 natural ingredients only for easy digestion.
With coconuts being the skin of the raw mooncake, we have acheived a texture similar to a 'snowy mooncake' skin.
Enjoy the raw pinacolada mooncake, a beautiful fusion of coconut skin with a pineapple filling (inspired by the Taiwanese pineapple cake). It's a brand new mooncake you've never experienced before.
- completely plant based.
- No cholesterol, no trans fat, no sugar added.
How to order?
- Place an order with us by the 20 September 2017.
- We will deliver this to you from 25 September to 4 October 2017*
- You can combine with other products as well - we will deliver all items together
*Please let us know your preferred date (Delivery time slots 9am - 12nn / 12nn - 6pm / 6pm - 9pm). We will get in touch with you by whatsapp or email to confirm delivery time details.
How long is the shelf life?
3 weeks from production in the refrigerator.
What are mooncakes?
Mooncakes are traditional Chinese pastries usually consumed during the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is held on 15th Aug in Chinese calendar and typically involves families gathering together to share mooncakes during moon watching.
Mooncakes were said to originate from Yuen Dynasty, revolution arised so as to overthrow the tyranny. On 15th August (in Chinese calendar), people left paper messages inside the cakes and exchange them with one another to keep contact. Later on, people kept this habit and celebrate.
In traditional Chinese culture, roundness symbolises completeness and togetherness; a full moon symbolises prosperity and reunion for the whole family. Round mooncakes complement the harvest moon in the night sky at the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Obviously, the mooncake is not just 'food', but also has a profound meaning deep in the Chinese's hearts, symbolizing a spiritual feeling. At Mid-Autumn Festival people eat mooncakes together with their family, or present mooncakes to relatives or friends, to express love and best wishes.
*There are 4 pieces of mooncakes in a box.
Pineapple, Thai coconuts, Australian golden raisin (non-sulphur), chia seeds*, lemon juice, Himalayan Crystal Salt (*Certified USDA Organic ingredients)
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