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Mlada Boleslav - Stare mesto

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-  čerstvé zeleniny z maloobchodních zdrojů v kvalitě srovnatelné s certifikovanou bio zeleninou

- polotovarů a dochucovadel odpovídajích makrobiotickým zásadám a požadavkům od prověřených výrobců a dodavatelů (tofu , tempeh , robi , seitan , pickles, umeocet , shoyu, tamari ...)

- obilovin a luštěnin ( v bio i konvenční kvalitě ) , které jsou předem vhodně upraveny a očištěny od nevhodných a zátěžových látek ( namáčení , vaření s mořskými řasami )

Dále se Vám v našich jídlech dostane panenských olejů z prvního lisování a koření od specializových prodejců .

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