Do you want to taste some of the freshest coffee beans you’ve ever had…some of the most flavorful?
Stop in and pick up a bag of Runyon House Roasts coffee beans and see what I’m talking about. Once you’ve tried this micro-roasted coffee, you will find you won’t want to go back to the typical store-bought varieties. Micro-roasted coffee is beans that are roasted in small batches to extract specifications and give a higher quality product.
Runyon House Roasts is a micro craft roastery out of Wyoming, Michigan, so its a great way to support local!
Try these veggie powders. Add them to your morning smoothie, stir them into your hot cup of tea, mix them into some hummus, or bake them into a muffin mix. We currently offer 4 oz bags of beet, kale, and spinach powder…all organic and 100% pure!
We have got you covered!!! Listed (& pictured) below are all of our immune-boosting products. They come in all sorts of varieties for endless ways to increase your health. We even have a little something for your pets.
You do if you don’t already have some of these yummy super snacks, balls of healthy energy the Figgy Pops, Nana Pops, Razzy Pops, or the Dried Plum snacks, get them today right by our front door. Get Yours: While They Last.
Get your luxurious Healthy Done Better brand goat milk and greek yogurt soaps. Care of your body is not just the food you eat, but it’s also the soap you use and there is a difference. These soaps stimulate your senses, will improve breathing as you enjoy the scents, circulation as you use them, hydration of your skin and more. So get a better soap and help your health as well.
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Nutritional yeast is a deactivated yeast that is a popular vegan food product. It has a cheesy, nutty, and savory flavor and is often used to give vegan food a cheesy flavor. Nutritional yeast is said to boost energy, protect against cell damage (aka cancer) and lower cholesterol. It’s typically fortified with Vitamin B12, so it’s a great vegan source of B12.
Some simple ways to incorporate nutritional yeast into your diet include:
Use it as a popcorn topper
Sprinkle it over soup or pasta
Mix it into your homemade hummus
Add it in as you cook up some scrambled eggs
One of the most common things to do with nutritional yeast is to make a cheese sauce. Here is a Vegan Cheesy Pasta Recipe:
DIRECTIONS: 1.) Cook pasta according to package, prepare sauce while the pasta cooks 2.) Heat the oil over low heat then stir in flour to make a paste. 3.) Slowly add in the nut/soy milk and heat, stirring frequently, until semi thickened. 4.) Then stir in the nutritional yeast, mustard, turmeric, garlic and salt. 5.) Heat for a minute or two, then stir in cooked pasta. (Adjust seasonings to taste.) Serve & enjoy!
Here is a great Vegan Butter Recipe:
⅓ cup room temperature refined coconut oil
1½ tbsp extra virgin olive oil
3 tbsp aquafaba (**liquid from a can of garbanzo beans)
DIRECTIONS: 1.) Add aquafaba and vinegar together and blend until it begins to get frothy & thick (for best result use an immersion or high-speed blender). 2.) While blending, slowly drizzle in the coconut oil and then olive oil. Continue blending until it thickens to a mayonnaise consistency. 3.) Add in nutritional yeast, turmeric, and salt until combined and smooth. 4.) Store in an air-tight container in the fridge overnight to firm. 5.) Use on toast, on corn on the cob, or in any other way you would use butter. (makes about 1 cup)
Need some quick sides for dinner tonight? We have you covered! Try one of these superfood and veggie blends. Each have complementary flavors and are lower sodium, vegan-friendly, non-GMO, and all-natural. Veggies with benefits!
Tommy’s Superfood Frozen Sides
Seasoned Brussel Sprouts
Seasoned Root Fusion
Mild Chili & Garlic Seasoned Cauliflower & Green Beans
Lemon & Garlic Seasoned Super Greens (My Favorite!)
Tempeh is a nutrient-dense soy product that is often used as a meat alternative due to its high protein content. This flax tempeh has 18g of protein, is loaded with fiber, and is made from only 4 ingredients. Bake it, grill it, marinate it or simmer it in your favorite stir-fry dish.
Kelp is known to be high in antioxidants such as manganese and zinc, which means it helps protect against heart disease and cancer. Kelp is also a rich source of iodine, so it can help regulate your metabolism and thus aid in weight management.
Instead of cooking the traditional carb loaded noodles, try one of these kelp varieties. Each has a recipe recommendation on the package if you are looking for some inspiration.