By Natalie Barbarese, October 16, 2014
Let’s explore the world of special ingredients together! We’ll do the research and make some mistakes in the kitchen so you don’t have to. Today, experiment with quinoa, an ancient seed that’s been making waves as a modern superfood.
By Paige Schilt, October 14, 2014
Last-minute shopping trips tend to be a little disjointed. If you’d like to make healthier choices (and spend more of your precious holiday with friends and family), it helps to plan ahead.
By Paige Schilt, October 9, 2014
By Megan Myers, October 8, 2014
All of the Halloween candies we sell at Whole Foods Market are made without hydrogenated fats and artificial colors, flavors, preservatives and sweeteners. Here are a few of my family’s favorites.
By Value Guru, October 1, 2014
Mama mia! Who knew your favorite quick meal must-have — pasta sauce — could be used for so much more than simply topping spaghetti?
By Alana Sugar, September 29, 2014
Rich cashews are lower in total fat than most nuts, always a crowd favorite and particularly flavorful in baked goods and curries and as a spread or dip.
By Paige Schilt, September 25, 2014
Whether you’re exploring international cuisines or yearning for a taste of home, our convenient organic seasoning blends make it easy to cook with some of the world’s most-craved combos.
By Natalie Barbarese, September 20, 2014
Have you ever felt curious about all the meat substitutes in the refrigerated section of the grocery store? Today we’ll explore tempeh, a soy-based product which, like tofu, can be used in a myriad of dishes and has a hearty flavor, texture and health benefits too.
By Sharon Gerhardt, September 19, 2014
Our five new single-origin extra virgin olive oils represent the uniqueness of the regions and countries where they’re produced. With flavors from mellow to piquant they’re the perfect assortment to compare at an olive oil tasting party.
By Alana Sugar, September 15, 2014
I am never without a jar of organic tahini in my refrigerator. It’s nutritious, delicious and filling, not to mention perfect for back-to-school lunches. You can enjoy it on its own as a spread or mixed with a variety of other ingredients.