EDAMAME- young soybeans, usually still in the pod. Because the beans are young and green when they are picked, edamame soybeans are soft and edible, not hard and dry like the mature soybeans which are used to make soy milk and tofu. Read More
a FLAX SEED (LINSEED) - The seed of the flax plant. It is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acid, fiber and a compound called lignin. Read More
JICAMA- is a sweet, root vegetable that looks like a turnip. It can be eaten raw and is often found in salads. Read More
POLENTA- is a dish made from boiled cornmeal. Read More
QUINOA- is a type of edible seed native to South America. High in protein and fiber, quinoa can be used as a substitute for grain. Read More
a ROUX- is (pronounced ru) is a cooked mixture of wheat flour and fat, equal parts, used as a thickener for gravy, sauces, soups and stews. Read More
SIRACHA-Sriracha is made from sun ripened chilies which are ground into a smooth paste along with garlic Read More
TURBINADO SUGAR- is made from sugar cane extract. It is produced by crushing freshly cut sugar cane.. Read More.