Zesty Super Greens Soup
Best within one week of receiving. Warm gently, stirring frequently over medium heat. If the soup gets too thick while reheating, add a few tablespoons of water. Topp with fresh ground pepper and a little lemon for extra zing!
Vegetable Stock*, Kale*, Spinach*, Cilantro*, Red Onion*, Sweet Potato*, Garlic*, Olive Oil*, Balsamic, Red Wine, Notso Hot Sauce*, Sea Salt, Black Pepper*.
Baby Kale Caesar with Crisped Garlic Potatoes
Best within 3 days of receiving. Just toss and enjoy! Can be paired with grilled chicken or seared fish. We love this salad with seared wild salmon with crispy skin.
Baby Kale*, Radish*, Red Potato*, Garlic*, Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds*. Dressing: Avocado Oil, Olive Oil*, Pasture Raised Egg Yolk*, Lemon*, Worcheshire, Wild Planet Anchovies, Dijon, Salt, Pepper.
Lamb Loaf with Tart Apple & a Lemony Tahini Sauce
Best within 5 days of receiving or freeze. Warm covered at 375 for 10 minutes and then uncover for 4 or sear both sides on an oiled pan for a couple minutes. Serve with this weeks’ peanut slaw or kale caesar.
Superior Farms Ground Lamb*, Sprouted Quinoa*, Pasture Raised Eggs*, Onion*, Celery*, Apples*, Carrot*, Whole Grain mustard, Garlic*, Cumin*, Allspice*, Fennel*, Cinnamon*, Sea Salt, Tahini*, Lemon Juice*.
Yotam Ottolenghi’s Savory Broccoli Cake
Keeps well for up to one week. Preheat oven or toaster oven to 350° and heat for 7-10 mins, or until heated through. The cake should be lightly browned and crispy on the outside. Serve with a side salad dressed in a bright vinaigrette.
Pasture Raised Eggs*, Broccoli*, Pamela's Gluten Free Baking Mix, Shallots*, Feta, Basil*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil*, Sesame Seeds*, Grass Fed Butter*, Rosemary*, Dijon*, Turmeric*, Aluminum Free Baking Powder, Pink Himalayan Salt, Black Pepper*.
Sprouted Peanut Lime Slaw
Best within one week of receiving. Can be enjoyed warm or cold. Shake dressing well before tossing. To warm, heat a heavy bottomed pan on medium, use a high heat oil like avocado or sesame oil and saute for a couple minutes. Once cabbage has softened toss with peanut lime dressing. (If you have sensitive digestion you will likely find heating the cabbage is more digestible.) Serve with this weeks lamb loaf, any protein of your choice or get creative with some homemade tacos!
Napa Cabbage*, Purple Cabbage*, Green Onion*, Cilantro*, Sprouted Peanuts*. Dressing: Unrefined Roasted Peanut Oil, Lime*, Rice Vinegar*, Ginger*, Coconut Palm Sugar*, Green Onion*, Cilantro*, Sea Salt.
Carrot-Ginger Dipping Sauce and Dressing
Best within one week. This tangy flavorful sauce is rich in immune boosting raw garlic, ginger and umeboshi- a Japanese food used to rid the body of toxins. A kick of white miso also makes this a probiotic booster. Keep this sauce on hand to make a quick snack with raw veggies or use it as a salad dressing or drizzle it over a grain bowl for a quick meal. (to maintain this sauces probiotic benefits, avoid heating.)
Carrot*, Ginger*, Garlic*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil*, Miso*, Toasted Sesame Oil*, Umeboshi Paste, Sea Salt
Jalapeno and Green Onion Cornbread Muffins
Enjoy within one week of receiving or freeze. Best toasted at 350 for 5 minutes and topped with butter, ghee or coconut oil.
Cornmeal*, Almond Flour* Pamela's Baking Mix, Jalapeno*, Eggs*, Green Onion*, Almond Milk*, Lemon Juice*, Baking Soda*, Maple Syrup*, Butter*, Strauss Greek Yogurt*, Himalayan Pink Salt
Detoxifying Chicken Bone Broth with Nettle, Burdock and Parsley
Enjoy within 5 days of receiving or freeze. If freezing store in a airtight container or straight necked jar (these curved jars tend to crack when freezing.) Be sure to leave an inch of space at the top to allow for expansion. Bring to a simmer for 5 minutes and enjoy as a warm beverage or make a quick soup with sauteed vegetables and fresh herbs (pairs really well with shiitake mushrooms for an added detox boost.)
Fogline Farms Pasture Raised Chicken Bones*, Onion*, Carrot*, Celery*, Apple Cider Vinegar*, Parsley*, Burdock Root*, Nettle*, Thyme*. Black Pepper*, Sea Salt.
*Certified Organic Ingredient