By Megan Myers, June 17, 2016
What’s hot? Moringa! The moringa is a tree native to the southern Himalayas, and grown in places like India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Africa as a food source. In the U.S, this superfood is available as a powdered supplement or liquid shot and can be added to smoothies, salads and soups.
By Megan Myers, June 3, 2016
While sesame has been a popular ingredient all over the world for many years, here in the U.S. we’ve been relegating it to top our hamburger buns. No more! Here are some of our favorite ways to use sesame.
By Megan Myers, May 25, 2016
From smoothies and cereal to baked goods and plant-based milk, we’ve got recipes and inspiration so you can get cooking with hemp seeds.
By Lindsay Robison, May 12, 2016
Our food truck test kitchen enjoyed a delicious kickoff in Austin, Texas in March with Tartinette, an open-faced sandwich concept. The truck is now enjoying its second theme — pupusas!
By Jennifer Cheng, May 7, 2016
We love talking trends and according to Google, we’re not the only ones. The search engine recently compiled the five most-searched food trends from January 2014 to February 2016, and some of the top-trending topics looked pretty familiar!
By Megan Myers, May 4, 2016
Ras el hanout, berbere and dukkah are perhaps the most well-known spice blends of African cooking, used most frequently in Morocco, Ethiopia and Egypt. These blends vary from family to family and spice vendor to spice vendor. Luckily, they are sold premade in the U.S., or you can make your own to suit your tastes. Here's what to make with them.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, April 29, 2016
Cold-brewed coffee is light and refreshing, making it an appealing alternative to hot coffee in the summer. Enter Califia Farm’s ready-to-drink cold-brewed coffees — here are a couple of their latest and greatest additions.
By Megan Myers, April 13, 2016
Whether you’re abiding by a strict dairy-free diet or you just like to experiment with different milks in your smoothies and cereals, you can make vegan plant milk from grains, seeds, nuts and even fruits at home. Here’s how.
By Megan Myers, April 6, 2016
With a creamy, custardy texture, cherimoya is a fruit that's often described as a cross between a banana and a pineapple but smells very similar to a mango. Learn why we love it.
By Megan Myers, March 23, 2016
Tigernuts have been around for thousands of years, but recent interest in Paleo and raw diets have helped catapult them into the public eye. Here’s how to use them.