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Make this week’s Taco Tuesday guilt-free—swap out the tortilla and usual meat selections for fresh oyster mushrooms, tofu, and a fresh, crispy leaf of lettuce. In 20 minutes you’ll be enjoying some tasty Teriyaki Mushroom Lettuce Wraps full of fiber and omega-3 fats!
At Back to the Roots we’re passionate about getting kids excited about the food they eat and the food they grow. We love seeing our Garden Toolkits and curriculum used in classrooms, and seeing the growing interest and efforts to bring farm and garden education into schools. Check out some of our favorite community organizations also working to Undo Food™ and the fun ways you can get involved.
There’s a whole lot of confusion around the names “whole grain” and “whole wheat”, and these names can even be misleading. For something we eat so much of every day, we think it’s important to understand what exactly we are putting into our bodies. Read on to find out more about the nutritional benefits of stoneground whole wheat.
In the mood for summer vibes? Start your day with this superfood smoothie made with wheatgrass and tropical fruit! Grow and harvest your own fresh wheatgrass at home with our Water Garden, and mix up this smoothie for a quick summer blast you can drink on the go.
Salty, savory, and sweet come together in one bite with these Caprese Skewers, made with organic sweet cherry tomatoes and fresh basil that can be harvested at home. These skewers work well as light appetizers for a party and can be made ahead – just drizzle with balsamic vinegar right before you serve!
Whip up this vegan Blood Orange Pie for a healthy but decadent dessert! The pie has a crust made from organic cereal and is served with delicious coconut whipped cream. Put your own twist on this recipe by using seasonal fruit of your choice in place of blood oranges and adding a teaspoon of cinnamon or other spice to the crust for extra flavor.
Chocolate and nuts make the perfect protein-packed combo in this sweet snack! Pack these Almond Butter Chocolate Nut Bars for a healthy lunchbox treat or breakfast on the go. You can customize this recipe by swapping out the almond butter for your favorite nut butter.
Walk into the grocery store and you’re surrounded by corn-filled products—from the usual chips and tortillas to the less obvious—toothpaste, milk, sodas and the countless other products full of high-fructose corn syrup. We’ve become accustomed to the…