Paleo Eating Just Got Easier
Including a paleo lifestyle as part of your New Year’s resolutions? We’re here to help! That’s why we partnered with Nom Nom Paleo blogger and cookbook author Michelle Tam to bring you concise, real-life tips about this popular eating style. The two-time New York Times bestselling cookbook author helped us develop delicious paleo-friendly selections at our hot bars through January 30.
And that’s not all. You’ll also find signage throughout our stores that will point you to Michelle’s top paleo picks. Look for Nom Nom Paleo® Mushroom Powder in our stores too. You can use it in place of salt in any savory dish from eggs to burgers to roasted veggies.
Find Nom Nom Paleo at Our Hot Bar
Stop by the hot bar at your local Whole Foods Market during the month of January to try this rotating selection of dishes adapted from Ready or Not!: 150+ Make Ahead, Make-Over, and Make-Now Recipes, the new cookbook from Nom Nom Paleo.
Wednesday, December 27 – Tuesday, January 9
Love these Latin-inspired offerings:
https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes/paleoRoasted Squash with Romesco Sauce
Cumin, Cilantro & Lime Cauliflower Rice
Tex Mex Beef & Cauliflower
Wednesday, January 10 – Tuesday, January 23
Enjoy a taste of Asia:
Ginger Sesame Carrots
Pot Sticker Stir-Fry
Bacon Brussels Sprouts with Kimchi Applesauce
Wednesday, January 24 – Tuesday, January 30
Varies by store:
Check your local storefor offerings this week
And remember, these dishes are built on the same strict quality standards for food you’ll find throughout our stores, which means no artificial preservatives, colors, flavors and sweeteners, no hydrogenated fats, no high fructose corn syrup and no added MSG. And the meat is from animals raised with no added hormones* and no antibiotics, ever.
Looking for paleo tips and tricks? We have resources to make trying a paleo lifestyle (or even just a meal here and there) even easier with a helpful introduction, recipes and shopping tips. And be sure to check out Nom Nom Paleo’s cooking and lifestyle hacks and shopping list on the Whole Story blog.
*Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in raising pork and poultry, goat, veal and bison.