Bok choy is a variety of Chinese cabbage. It has the unique quality of being bitter and sweet all at the same time. The leaves of baby bok choy will soften when cooked while the stems will remain slightly crunchy. These textures combined are marvelous. Sautéed with garlic and ginger in sesame oil and topped with toasted sesame seeds – the result is outstanding. Serve with the burger or add to your bowl of fassouliaand you pretty much have the perfect dinner. Reheat in a pan on the stovetop.
Baby Bok Choy* | Garlic | Ginger | Toasted Sesame Seed* | Sesame Oil* | Sea Salt (* = organic)
This sauce will pair perfectly with your lamb burgers and is equally delicious drizzled over the quinoa and bok choi. You can also use it to dress a salad or add flavor and sustenance to any vegetable, making this a handy item to have when you are needing to fuel up but don’t have much time. It’s fresh, creamy and flavorful. The perfect “extra” to stock your fridge. And we’re using Sparta Kephalas olive oil in this dish – a flavorful and antioxidant-rich organic single pressed olive oil from a small orchard southeast of Sparta, called Kefalas, sourced from the Haw River Wine Man in Burlington.
Tahini | Parsley* | Mint* | Greek Sparta Kephalas Extra Virgin Olive Oil* | Lemon | Maple Syrup* | Sea Salt (* = organic)
If you’ve never had cashews in a carrot salad before then you are about to experience a match made in heaven. The sweet juicy carrot-y flavor mingled with spiced-up toasted cashews, dino kale and creamy citrus dressing is so right. This has been a customer favorite so we’re happy to be bringing it back. This will brighten up your plate with freshness and so much flavor. Serve cold.
Ready cooked beans are a staple to have in the freezer and these are packed with sea mineral nutrition and flavor. You’ll be happy you have a pint of these ready-to-go.
~Adzuki beans are small, red and have a slightly nutty and sweet flavor compared to other beans. They are a staple of the macrobiotic diet – they’re extremely fortifying and keep the body warm during the cooler months. Cooking the beans with kombu enhances the taste of the beans and adds minerals, making this dish simple nourishment at its best. These beans add flavor and earthy substance to all the other items on the menu, but can be enjoyed equally on their own. Reheat in a pot on the stovetop.~