Aloetrade, an Argentinean Aloe maker announced the launch of its new aloe marmalade. While we won’t be buying any soon, NBN is in love with aloe, but the kind you spread on your skin, not on sprouted whole wheat bread
Aloetrade’s marmalade is made from what the manufacturer’s claim is the less bitter aloe saponaria, and they claim it is great on toast and in cakes and puddings. While the latter two uses for marmalade are likely a cultural difference, this reminds us of marmite, something I can’t understand why eat, wuses for marmalade are likely a cultural difference, we’re still thinking this reminds us of marmite, something I can’t understand why people love.
And while we’re at it, here’s one more cheap shot. If you burn your finger while making your morning toast, can you just spread it on the burn to make it heal?
See www.aloetrade.com for more information or to ask them to send me a sample