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Complete your Thai Tofu Crunch lunchbox by adding a soy yogurt cup, dried mangos or dried apricots, gingersnaps, and juice or sparkling water.

The secret to the "perfect" burger isn't in the seasoning; it's in the beef! At Whole Foods Market, our hamburger meat is ground fresh, butcher style in each store. We select only muscle meat and follow strict handling guidelines to ensure its quality. The best...

Make a dairy-free risotto-style rice dish with the use of puréed cashews. By soaking overnight, the cashews soften and create a rich and creamy sauce that transforms frozen rice into a delicious meal.

These burgers are packed with the great flavors of roasted bell pepper, olives and parsley. Serve them with classic garnishes like sliced tomato, grilled red onion and lettuce leaves.

The sharp, lingering flavor of English Borough Market Cheddar makes it an exceptional addition to popovers. Serve them with soups or roasts (they're great for sopping up gravy!), or eat them for breakfast with a little apple butter.

This kid-friendly sandwich is a snap to make for busy moms and dads and it melts beautifully in a toaster oven, too. Grown-ups might like the sandwich layered with fresh tomatoes and pesto instead of marinara sauce.

Easy for kids to assemble themselves, these little sandwiches made with chicken sausage and organic whole wheat pancakes use a bit of fruit spread for a perfectly sweet and savory breakfast. Serve with fresh fruit, and a good day is on its way.

Dried apples are great for snacks and lunchboxes. You can also toss them into a spinach salad with nuts and grapes, serve with roasted pork or alongside a sandwich as you would chips.

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Merguez sausages originated in North Africa and are typically made of lamb or beef and spiced with chiles that give the sausage its notable red color.

Cornmeal cake makes a delightful gluten-free dessert. Ricotta cheese and almonds add richness, and orange juice and zest add bright citrus flavors. Serve with a simple topping of seasonal fruit and crème fraîche lightly sweetened with brown sugar.

A delicious crust of Marcona almonds makes a rich base for fig spread and goat cheese. Arugula's sharp flavor serves as an ideal counterpart to the richness of the tart.

Ready-to-eat vegan meatballs make this filling soup a snap to pull together. The recipe name is actually a mistranslation of minestra maritata, which refers to the "marriage" of greens and meatballs in the soup.

This gorgeous salad flourishes with an herbal boost from infused oil.

This gluten-free version of a classic does not require a special flour blend; it can be assembled with basic pantry staples.

Nutty sesame seeds, earthy mushrooms and creamy cheese make a memorable topping for a thin crust pizza. Cut small slivers and serve as an appetizer, or pair with a simple salad for a meal.

A family favorite! Made with gluten-free cornbread mix, this is a great recipe to make with kids (no knives needed so even younger ones can help), and you'll have leftovers. Round out your meal with a big green salad.

This thick and fragrant pumpkin seed pesto, featuring roasted pumpkin seeds, olive oil, cilantro and garlic, is a versatile sauce for your repertoire. Try this pesto as a spread on sandwiches, tossed with hot pasta or served over roasted or steamed vegetables.

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