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A delicious blend of 10 heart healthy grains. This makes for an incredibly tasty cereal.
A healthy blend of 10 different grains ground up into the perfect flour.
This 7 grain mix is packed with nutrition. Red and white hard wheats, oats, white soft wheat, rye, triticale, and barley. Use to make some great 7 grain bread or cook them to make a wonderful breakfast. Mix in pancakes and even soups.
8-Grain Wheatless Cereal is made from stone ground corn, oats, brown rice, soy beans, oat bran, millet, barley, sunflower seeds, and flaxseed. This is one of our best tasting and most popular cereals.
Easily make authentic moist and flavorful almond filled pastries at home with this Almond Filling Schmear Paste. Simply spread some of the paste on your favorite pastry, cookie, or yeast dough.
Arrowroot powder is similar to corn starch. Used primarily in cooking and baking. It has no taste and is often used a thickener.
Handcrafted Balinese Sea Salt represents the finest in small batch, artisan produced sea salt. The unique flavors and textures provide a culinary experience that is unrivaled.
All natural medium pearled barley is a member of the cereal grain. Oprah calls barley a Super Food! It is high in protein, fiber, Vitamin B6 and phosphorous. Not only is barley a low glycemic grain, it is high in both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps the body metabolize fats, cholesterol and carbohydrates, and lowers blood cholesterol levels. Insoluble fiber commonly called "roughage", promotes a healthy digestive tract and reduces the risk of cancers affecting it. A recent study has shown that eating whole barley can help regulate blood sugar for up to 10 hours!
Barley is excellent in breakfast cereals, soups, stews, as a rice substitute in risotto, and even in bread.
All natural hulled barley flakes. These are similar to rolled oats but are barley instead. Use in baking, breads, or cook up like oatmeal for a delicious breakfast treat.
Barley Grits, also known as barley meal, tiny chunks of the barley grain, can be substituted in recipes calling for grits or meal-hot breakfast cereal or in your favorite polenta recipe (the meal is slightly stickier than cornmeal).
Aromatic with a peppery bite, black caraway seeds are enjoyed as a spice in Egyptian, Indian, and Middle Eastern cuisines and is often used in spice blends, breads, and vegetable dishes.
All natural raw brazil nut pieces are perfect for snacking, baking, and cooking. Packed with selenium.
Whole brown toasted buckwheat is a nutritional powerhouse. Oprah calls buckwheat a Super Food! Despite its name, buckwheat is not a member of the wheat family and is botanically speaking a fruit!
Buckwheat Pancake and Waffle mix is loaded with delicious flavor.
A delcious blend of ground coconut, nuts, caramelized sugar and flavors. Perfect for being mixed into ice cream, yogurt, cereals, cake batters, cookies, or used as toppings.
These raw cashew pieces are perfect for cooking, baking, or mixing into your favorite recipes. Great for snacking also.
The finest and best cinnamon in the world comes from Sri Lanka. This "true" cinnamon is much softer than cassia cinnamon. Loaded with flavor and aroma Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks are perfect for adding to ciders, cocoa, coffee, or as a decoration in your kitchen. Grind and add to any baked good as well.
Chia Bran is made by cold pressing of the chia seed to produce chia oil. After the oil is pressed from the seed, the remaining seed is ground and packaged as chia bran.
Ground Chia Seeds are perfect for baked goods, smoothies, or mixing into yogurt.
Revered by the Aztecs, chia seeds are nutritional powerhouses that keep thousands of customers coming back to this top seller. My mom puts chia seeds in her cereal every morning. Ch-ch-ch-chia!
Chili powder is the perfect spice to any dish requiring a little more heat. Kick it up another octave with this awesome chili powder.
Buttery and flaky croissants, rugelach, and cookies are only minutes away with this smooth chocolate filling. Great for baked goods, pies, or cookies.
Warm your home up with the aroma of hot cinnamon rolls. Just use our Schmear Cinnamon filling in any baked goods for that one of a kind taste.
Cinnamon sticks are a fragrant spice. Add these cassia cinnamon sticks to ciders, cocoa, coffee, or as a decoration in your kitchen. Grind and add to any baked good as well. Our cinnamon sticks are all natural and from the bark of the cinnamon tree.
Cloves are an extremely aromatic spice. Historically used in Indian cuisine, these cloves will make a welcome addition to any dish.
Cream of tartar is a neccessity in any kitchen. It is used primarily to give more volume to foods such as beaten eggs. Use a small amount to provide a creamier texture in baked good as well.
Excellent in many soups and stocks, dill seed provides excellent flavor to any dish. Can be used for pickling also
Black Trumpet (Craterllus Cornucopioides), also known as horn of plenty, is considered a great delicacy. This fragile, trumpet shaped mushroom has a waxy, charcoal-gray outer surface, while the inside is a velvety blackish-brown. This is an incredibly rich and buttery mushroom. The Black Trumpet can be found growing in large groups in damp deciduous woods, especially under oak or beech, during summer and fall.
Chanterelles (Cantharellus Cibarius) are Funnel Shaped Mushrooms that are relatively uncommon. They bear a slight resemblance to "Horn of Plenty", but are smaller, brownish-gray in color rather than black, and have a compressed stem. Very sought after for their tender texture and flavor, they are an uncultivated mushroom. They grow in clusters under broad-leaved trees and are difficult to find among the leaf litter. Chanterelles are found in coniferous and hardwood forests of Northern climates.
Whole dried chili peppers really liven up your dishes and your sinuses.
Cloud Ears (Auricularia Polytricha) are ruffle-edged, thin, Black Mushrooms. Cloud Ears are similar in appearance to Wood Ear except Wood Ear are black with a brownish - tan inner color, whereas Cloud Ear Mushrooms are black with a slightly lighter shade of black as their inner color. Cloud Ears have a more delicate, mild flavor and are much smaller in size than Wood Ear. Cloud Ear Mushrooms reconstitute to a "puffy" like, soft, firm, smooth texture and delicate flavor.
Hen of the Woods is an annual mushroom which grows on hard woods in the Eastern regions of North America. This mushroom grows in a clustered mass. Cooked, it is delicious, with a light, pleasant taste and a pungent smell with a soft texture. Hen of the Woods mushrooms are white, curly shaped clusters with bluish black streaks of color.
The Lobster Mushroom (Hypomyces Lactifluorum) is a Parasitic Mushroom which uses another Mushroom as its host; and dramatically increases the flavor of that host. The Lobster Mushroom derives its name from the reddish color of the Mushroom. This Mushroom is a great addition to Mushroom dishes because of its beautiful color which is rather unique in the edible Mushroom world. Lobster Mushrooms have a firm, soft texture, delicate flavor and the slices range from 1 - 3 inches wide. The Lobster absorbs flavors of a dish well while adding eye appeal.
Dried porcini mushrooms make an excellent addition to any recipe calling for mushrooms. Add to soups, stir fry, eggs, salads, or meat dishes.
Shiitake (Lentinus Edodes) is often called a wild mushroom, however it is only found cultivated. The origin of this mushroom is debated. Either the Chinese or the Japanese were the first to cultivate shiitake over 1200 years ago. Dried shiitake caps are dark brown on top, with tan gills underneath. The rim of the dried shiitakes curls down toward the stem. Shiitakes have a meaty flesh and a full bodied, bosky flavor. Shiitakes may also be referred to as Chinese black mushrooms or forest mushrooms.
Woodear mushrooms (Auricularia Polytricha) are cultivated all over the world but grown for the commercial dry market almost exclusively in China. They are thought to look like ears growing out of trees, hence the name. This mushroom has other names such as tree ear and black fungus. It is often confused with the cloud ear. Woodear mushrooms are believed by many to be good for the heart. When reconstituted, the brownish tan inner color blends with the black exterior color to create a singled colored brownish black mushroom. The woodear has a firm skin with a slightly crunchy texture and an earthy flavor.
Make your own falafel at home. Falafel is a wonderful appetizer served hot or at room temperature. It also makes a delicious vegetarian meal.
Wanting to add something extremely healthy to your diet regimen? Then brown flax seeds in the shell are the way to go! To get the most health benefits out of the flax seed we recommend grinding them.
Freeze-dried asparagus. Nothing added at all. Simply asparagus that makes a wonderful and nutritious snack. Mix in soup, salad, omelettes, or any recipe.
Freeze-dried broccoli. Nothing added at all. Simply broccoli makes a wonderful and nutritious snack. Mix in soup, salad, omelettes, or any recipe.
Freeze-dried carrots. Nothing added at all. These are simply carrots that make a wonderful and nutritious snack. Mix in soup, salad, omelettes, or any recipe.
Our freeze-dried mushrooms are button white mushrooms. Nothing added at all. Simply mushrooms make a wonderful and nutritious snack. Mix in soup, salad, omelettes, or any recipe.
Freeze-dried spinach. Nothing added at all. Simply spinach makes a wonderful and nutritious snack. Mix in soup, salad, omelettes, or any recipe.
A perfect substitute for those who can't use table sugar. Use in baking as well.
Vital Wheat is the natural protein found in wheat. It contains 75% protein. A small amount added to yeast bread recipes improves the texture and elasticity of the dough. This is often used by commercial bakeries to produce light textured breads, and can easily put the home bread baker on a par with the professionals. Vital Wheat Gluten can also be used to make a meat substitute known as seitan.
These golden flax seeds are packed with vitamins and minerals and are particularly high in omega-3 fatty acids. To get the most health benefits out of the flax seeds we recommend grinding them.
Ground allspice is the dried fruit of the Pimenta dioica plant. Allspice is a very important ingredient in Caribbean and Middle Eastern cuisine. A common ingredient found in sausage preparations and curry powders. Allspice adds a wonderful flavor to meats, stews, and even barbecue sauces.
The best way to help your body absorb the rich nutrients of flax is to have it in ground form. Mix this brown ground flax into any baked good, soups, or any recipe that calls for flax.
The best way to help your body absorb the rich nutrients of flax is to have it in ground form. Mix this golden ground flax into any baked good, soups, or any recipe that calls for flax.
Ground Sumac is a dark red spice with origins in the Mediterranean region. You will agree that there is no substitute for its sour lemon taste. Also known as sumak, sumack, sumach, or summac.
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