Product Information
~200g. Class 1. Although it’s technically a fruit (a berry, to be exact), the aubergine is used as a vegetable. It’s native to Southeast Asia but is grown worldwide, and there are many different varieties. They include the bulbous, glossy, deep purple zeppelin type common to Mediterranean cuisine; the small and plump ivory-coloured aubergine from the United States and Australia (referred to as eggplant); or the much smaller varieties grown in Thailand. They all share the same mildly smoky flavour and a spongy texture when raw but soft when cooked. Aubergine is found baked in a Greek moussaka or Provençale ratatouille; roasted and puréed with garlic, tahini, lemon juice, salt and cumin for the Middle Eastern dip baba ganoush; and even thinly sliced and fried to make aubergine crisps.

Disclaimer
Keep refrigerated.

Ingredient & Allergy Policy
Austen’s box building facility can at any time contain the likes of celery, lettuce and nuts. Due to the fact that we re-use our boxes with the same customers it is unlikely that any form of cross-contamination can occur, if you do have an allergy. However, while we do everything in our power to ensure this page is up-to-date, all product information (re: ingredients) is subject to change. Albeit unlikely, we recommend reading all labels throughly ahead of consuming any item.

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