All menu items are GLUTEN FREE and DAIRY FREE, unless we specify otherwise.
Organic and local ingredients are always listed.
WATER | We use filtered reverse osmosis water for all soups and drinks.
SALT | We use Himalayan Sea Salt. (We err on the less salty side, so please add more salt to your taste if needed.)
$12.00 – $24.00
Herbs enhance everything and these meatballs are mixed with an abundance of sweet oregano and delicate wispy dill, two herbs beloved in Greek cuisine. The addition of pulsed oats and grated organic zucchini creates a moist and tender texture. And, as always, we’ll source local pastured beef from Firsthand Foods and pastured eggs. There are many ways to use these meatballs for meals throughout the week. You can crumble over a salad for lunch, eat in a warm pita, snack on one with a dollop of cilantro avocado green sauce, or serve for dinner with our tahini noodles. Reheat in a pan on the stovetop with a bit of oil or in the oven until warm.
$12 / 8 meatballs
$24 / 16 meatballs
Local Grass-Fed Ground Beef* | Red Onion | Local Zucchini* | Garlic | Oregano* | Fresh Dill* | Local Lindley Mills Rolled Oats*/** | Pastured Egg* | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Black Pepper* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC, ** = oats are naturally GF but these oats are not processed in a certified GF facility, so be aware if you are Celiac and very sensitive to gluten)
$9.00 – $18.00
This soup has it all – sweetness, earthiness, vibrant color, curry spices and incredible textures from the sweet potato and kale. We’ll round out the flavor with ginger, leeks, and a touch of lime. To put it simply – this soup is bursting with flavor and good nutrition. And we’re sourcing local Garnet sweet potatoes and dino kale from Happy Dirt this week. Warm it up on the stovetop and enjoy.
$9 / pint
$18 / quart
Local Garnet Sweet Potato* | Local Dino (Lacinato) Kale* | Leek* | Ginger | Dried Chili Flake*/** | Onion | Garlic | Coconut Milk* | Curry Powder* | Turmeric* | Coriander* | Cumin* | Lime* | Nutiva Virgin Coconut Oil* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC, ** = mild heat)
$9.00 – $18.00
We’ve sourced fresh Fair Trade organic green beans from Happy Dirt to bring you one of our most loved spring vegetable sides. We’ll toss the warm green beans with an abundance of fresh parsley, housemade preserved Meyer lemon, crushed almonds and chopped kalamata olives for a satisfying vegetable side that will round out every plate. Make a veg plate with the noodles, beet salad and a dollop of cilantro avocado green sauce. YUM. Serve cold or gently warm up on the stovetop.
$9 / pint
$18 / quart
Fair Trade Green Beans* | Kalamata Olive* | Preserved Meyer Lemon* | Local Parsley* | Crushed Almond* | Sparta Kefalas Extra Virgin Olive Oil* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$9.00 – $18.00
We braise local red beets until their skins easily slip off, slice them thinly and add shaved local fennel and fresh herbs from Red’s Quality Acre, and a citrus vinaigrette that’s bright and tangy. This salad can be eaten with anything and is so nutrient dense and satisfying. If you’re not a beet fan – TRY THIS. You might just be a convert. This dish can be eaten right out of the fridge and is still delicious at room temperature. Serve with all of this week’s dishes and a dollop of hummus.
$9 / pint
$18 / quart
Local Red Beet* | Local Parsley* | Local Cilantro* | Local Fennel* | Lime* | Lemon* | Maple Syrup* | Greek Sparta Kefalas Extra Virgin Olive Oil* | Black Pepper* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$8.50 – $17.00
We’re making a delicious new noodle dish packed with local herbs and radish from Red’s Quality Acre and local cucumber and cabbage from Happy Dirt. The dressing is punchy and creamy and full of tahini goodness that enhances the freshness of the crunchy veg and herbs. Serve alongside the beef meatballs with a touch of avocado sauce or with the veg sides for a plants-only plate. Serve cold and feel extremely satisfied.
$8.50 / pint
$17 / quart
Rice Noodle | Local Cucumber* | Local Radish* | Carrot* | Local Red Cabbage* | Local Cilantro* | Local Mint* | Black Sesame Seed* | Dressing: Tahini | Rice Vinegar* | Lemon* | Tamari* | Ginger | Toasted Sesame Oil* | Maple Syrup* | Gochugaru Chili Flake* (mild) | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Black Pepper* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$6.00 – $12.00
This sauce was inspired by our long time customer, Brenna, who we’re lucky to see every week at the Goodness Cooks pick-up. She shared with us a recipe for a sauce that she loves to have on hand but is too busy to make every week. Well, we loved it, too! And we’re bringing you our version of her “green sauce” made with local organic cilantro from Red’s Quality Acre and Fair Trade avocados from Happy Dirt. It’s bright and punchy with a smooth, creamy texture that’s so satisfying. She recommends using it as a salad dressing (thin it out a bit with some olive oil), baking fish or roasting potatoes with it, or just drizzling it over anything for added flavor and nutrition. Try using it as a marinade for a quick chicken bake or stirring it into a pot of beans. The options are endless! Enjoy right out of the fridge.
$6 / 8oz
$12 / pint
Local Cilantro* | Fair Trade Avocado* | Lime* | Rice Vinegar* | Coconut Aminos* | Avocado Oil* | Cashew* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$9.00 – $18.00
This is our “ode to mushroom” soup. We’ll sauté sliced baby bellas along with local shiitake, maitake, and grey oyster mushrooms sourced from Happy Dirt, with aromatics, then simmer with carrots, local herbs and a bit of wild rice for texture, finishing it off with our housemade cashew yogurt for creaminess. “Maitake” translates to “dancing mushroom” in Japanese as it was so prized for its medicinal benefits that people would dance upon finding it. It’s also known in these parts as “hen of the woods”. They’re pale brown, have a deep earthy flavor and grow in frilly clusters that break apart beautifully for cooking up. This soup is sure to please. Reheat on the stovetop, stirring gently. (This soup was inspired by Nancy from Laying Hen Farm – thank you, Nancy!)
$9 / pint
$18 / quart
Baby Bella Mushroom* | Shiitake Mushroom* | Local Maitake Mushroom* | Local Grey Oyster Mushroom* | Carrot* | Onion* | Garlic | US-Grown Wild Rice* | GC-Made Cashew Yogurt* | Dill* | Local Parsley* | Local Thyme* | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$11.00 – $22.00
Caldo Verde is a traditional Portuguese soup that translates to “green broth”. The humble ingredients of this beloved soup are greens, potatoes and smoked sausage. We’re using local collards and organic Gold potatoes from Happy Dirt and Andouille pork sausage from Firsthand Foods to create our version of this classic. To make it extra hearty with a creamy texture, we like to blend up some of the potato and greens and fold it back in. We’ve been cooking this one up for years and are excited for you to try it. Reheat in a pot and enjoy this delicious meal in a bowl.
$11 / pint
$22 / quart
Local Pastured Andouille Sausage** | Local Collard Greens* | Gold Potato* | Onion | Garlic | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC, ** = mild-medium heat)
Chicken Bridge Bakery is a NCDA certified home bakery run by Rob & Monica Segovia-Welsh. They focus on building the local grain economy by supporting North Carolina farmers and millers. They source their whole grain, stone milled flours from Carolina Ground (Hendersonville) and Red Tail Grains (Chapel Hill). Their other organic flours and grains are milled by Lindley Mills (Graham). They use fermentation methods in their breads to increase flavor and digestibility and bake all of their breads in a wood fired brick oven. Chicken Bridge Bakery has been feeding their community for over 12 years and we’re so excited to be offering their bread to serve at your table. We’re now offering these three signature breads every week! Click here to learn more about Chicken Bridge Bakery!
$7 / loaf
Farmhouse Sourdough – Their classic hearth baked sourdough made with a mixture of locally grown and milled wheat and rye flours and leavened with their sourdough culture. This bread has a nice dark crust with an open, creamy crumb.
Ingredients: Wheat Bread Flour* | Whole Rye Flour* | Sprouted Whole Wheat Flour* | Filtered Water | Wheat Sourdough Culture | Malted Barley Flour | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
Multigrain Sourdough – This is their classic sourdough with the addition of whole grains and a touch of sorghum, naturally leavened with their sourdough culture. This bread is especially flavorful when toasted.
Ingredients: Wheat Bread Flour* | Sprouted Whole Wheat Flour* | Filtered Water | Rolled Oats* | Rye Chops | Oat Groats | Brown Flax Seed | Muddy Pond Sorghum | Malted Barley Flour* | Wheat Sourdough Culture | Sea Salt.(* = ORGANIC)
Sprouted Wheat Multigrain Pan Loaf – This bread is made with a special wheat flour that’s first sprouted, dried and then milled by their friends at Lindley Mills. Sprouted grains not only add great flavor but they also unlock nutrients in the wheat that our bodies can’t typically access. In this loaf, they pair this flour with seven whole grains for a healthy, satisfying sandwich bread. (pictured left)
Ingredients: Sprouted Wheat Flour* | Wheat Bread Flour* | Filtered Water | Rolled Oats* | Corn Grits* | Rye Chops* | Steel Cut Oats* | Brown Flax Seeds* | Millet* | Spelt* | Sorghum | Olive Oil | Yeast | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
Strawberry season is here and we’re stocking up on these local red berry beauties from Happy Dirt to bring you this GC favorite. This layered dessert has an almond and Medjool date crust, a strawberry cashew cream and a layer of fresh strawberry ‘jam’ that will boost the liveliness of this pot of glory to no end. There’s a family story about Lizzie’s cousin, Luisa, who outright refused to eat strawberries, until around 12 years old when she finally decided to take the risk. There was a moment of silence and then tears rolled down her cheeks as she grieved all the years she had lived not eating them. So, don’t miss out this week on this spectacular treat! Enjoy right out of the fridge.
$11.50 / 8oz dessert
Local Strawberry* | Cashew* | Lemon* | Maple Syrup* | Vanilla* | Coconut Milk* | Almond* | Medjool Date* | Coconut Flake* | Monk Fruit* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$7.50 – $15.00
If you’ve never had chia pudding before, you’re in for a true double-y blue treat. We’ll soak chia seeds in creamy full-fat coconut milk and stir in blue spirulina powder, which is neutral in flavor and a nutrition powerhouse full of antioxidants, minerals and chlorophyll. We’ll add lemon, vanilla and just a touch of maple syrup for the perfect amount of sweet, then top it with an organic blueberry compote and a sprinkle of hemp seeds. Enjoy it as a snack, a dessert or even for breakfast alongside your morning eggs. It’s best eaten chilled right out of the fridge.
$7.50 / 8 oz
$15 / pint
Chia Seed* | Coconut Milk* | Lemon* | Blueberry* | Blue Spirulina Powder* | Maple Syrup* | Vanilla Extract* | Sea Salt* | Hemp Seed* (* = ORGANIC)
4 in stock
This new crunchy nut butter is bursting with nutty character that will perk you up on a dreary day. The texture of the extra almond and cashew pieces mixed into the creamy nut butter with flecks of hemp seeds is extremely satisfying and tasty. The almonds are toasted to perfection, adding a deep robust flavor that blends well with the creaminess of the cashews. The hemp seeds add a unique pop to the palate, added flavor and a good dose of extra nutrition. Hemp seed hearts are often described as a mixture between sunflower seeds and pine nuts and are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, minerals and protein. Drizzle over apple slices, spread on warm toast or dip in a piece of dark chocolate for extra yum.
$11 / 8oz
Almond* | Cashew* | Sunflower Seed* | Pumpkin Seed* | Hemp Seed Hearts* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$5.00 – $9.00
We’re bringing you another hemp milk deluxe! We’ll blend organic cherries with ashwagandha, an Ayurvedic herb that’s known for its adaptation healing properties and promoting restorative sleep. If you’ve never had freshly made hemp milk, you’re in for a treat. Hemp milk is considered the best milk alternative for many reasons – it’s high in omega-3 fatty acids, essential minerals and protein while also being low in carbohydrates. And growing hemp is good for the planet, helping to regenerate the soil and purify the air – pretty amazing. Hemp milk has a slightly nutty flavor and a nice light and creamy texture. We lightly sweeten our hemp milk with dates and never add any fillers, gums, or stabilizers like you’ll find in store-bought varieties, so shake it up before pouring. Serve cold with our granola for the perfect breakfast or snack. You can also pour over your cereal of choice, add to oatmeal or use as the base of a smoothie or drink as is. The options are endless. (pictured in the middle here)
$5 / pint
$9 / quart
Hemp Seed* | Cherry* | Ashwagandha* | Medjool Date* | Vanilla* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$5.00 – $9.00
We’re still in this small window of time when the nettles are blooming, so we’re bringing you more tea this week.! This refreshing herbal infusion empowers the body with fresh mineral-rich nettles sourced from The Eco Institute in Chapel Hill, awakening mint that soothes digestion, and restorative oat straw that calms the nervous system. Hildegard of Bingen, a German nun and herbalist born in 1098 considered oat straw to be one of her few favorite “happiness herbs”. And we’ll add lemon balm for a citrus-y and uplifting note to balance out the minerality of the nettles. Drinking this tea daily will feel like your cells are bathing in clean alpine water. Feel free to add honey or enjoy it as is and see if you can taste the individual herbs within this blend. Enjoy warm or cold.
$5 / pint
$9 / quart
Fresh Local Nettles* | Mint* | Lemon Balm* | Oat Straw* (* = ORGANIC)
$5.50 – $11.00
The first thing to note about this delicious new concoction is that it’s caffeinated, but due to the many unique properties of matcha, you’ll feel a calm alertness without the jittery effects you get from coffee or tea. Matcha is a Japanese shade-grown green tea powder that’s loaded with powerful antioxidants, called polyphenols, and many other bioactive compounds with various health benefits, such as improved cognitive function, collagen production and reduced stress. Because matcha green tea plants are grown in the shade, the leaves are very rich in chlorophyll, which naturally supports the detoxification pathways in the body. Matcha even has the reputation of aiding Zen monks in meditation. We’ll balance out the earthy flavor of the matcha with warming spices and cashew milk to create this spectacular beverage for your morning ritual. Warm it up on the stovetop, stirring, or simply shake it up and drink cold. (Hot tip: You could add it to a blender and whizz it up with half a banana to create an even more creamy and sustaining morning affair. This is Lizzie’s new morning obsession.) **We’re upgrading our matcha moving forward to Jade Leaf’s ceremonial grade Teahouse Edition for a more vibrant beverage with a sweeter note and even more nutrition. They work directly with a grower’s collective in Kyoto to offer their premium quality matcha.
$5.50 / pint (1 tsp matcha, ~30 g caffeine)
$11 / quart (2 tsp matcha, ~60g caffeine)
Cashew* | Terrasoul Matcha Powder* | Vanilla Extract* | Maple Syrup* | Lion’s Mane Mushroom Powder* | Whole Fresh Nutmeg* | Cinnamon* | Ground Ginger* | Clove* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC)
$5.50 – $11.00
We’ve created a divine beverage—energizing, bittersweet, fulfilling. Enjoy sipping in the morning as a better-than-coffee alternative. Cacao powder is loaded with antioxidants and minerals that nourish your body and feed your cells. Maca boosts energy and endurance, while the powerful Reishi mushroom, which grows on the bark of hardwood trees, especially oaks, supports the immune system, improves sleep, and lessens fatigue. This triad balances and supports the body so well. And we’ve upped the potency this week by adding Lion’s Mane, a shaggy white mushroom that grows on decaying hardwood, such as beech, sycamore and birch trees. While it’s most known for improving cognitive health and enhancing neuroplasticity, it has many other healing properties including supporting gut health and reducing inflammation. We don’t make this drink super sweet, so feel free to add extra sweetener, a dash of maple, a stir of honey, or a scoop of collagen powder for extra oomph. Shake it up then either serve cold over ice or heat it up on your stove top.
$5.50 / pint
$11 / quart
Cacao* | Cashew Milk* (GC-made) | Maca* | Reishi Mushroom Powder* | Lion’s Mane Powder* | Coconut Sugar* | Sea Salt (* = ORGANIC, Terra Soul products)
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