Discover New Favorites: Cold-Brewed Coffee

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.

Get to Know DIY Plant Milks

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.

Get to Know Cherimoya

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.
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Get to Know Tigernuts

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.

Get to Know Veggie Noodles

What's hot in the kitchen? Veggie noodles, and here's how to turn produce into pasta!

Calling all Tastemakers!

With so many talented chefs and creative recipe developers at Whole Foods Market, we needed an outlet to share their fresh ideas and delicious concepts with the real tastemakers – you! We’re so excited to share the launch of our first-ever food truck test kitchen.

Get to Know Matcha

It’s time to get on the matcha train! More than just a tea, it’s a great ingredient for adding flavor, color and antioxidants to your favorite treats. Here’s how.

How to Make Tartines

Meet the tartine (also know as an open-faced sandwich, bruschetta, toast…) — your new favorite way to eat everything. All you need is excellent bread, an interesting spread and these recipes and ideas!

Get to Know Pulses

2016 has been declared the “year of pulses” and with good reason. These nutritional powerhouses are eaten all over the world as an economical and easy-to-prepare vegetarian staple.

Get to Know Harissa

What’s hot right now? Harissa! This spicy and aromatic chile paste is widely used in North African and Middle Eastern cooking. Here’s how to use it.

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