New from Explore Cuisine is Black Bean & Sesame Fettuccine, a dry pasta that is the latest addition to the brand’s line of bean- and plant-based pastas. The new Black Bean & Sesame Fettuccine is made from two ingredients: organic … Continued
Here’s literally everything you need to know. In the keto diet world, there are two types of people: Those who are all for the high-fat lifestyle, and those who, well, aren’t. Jenna Jameson, for example, is clearly a proponent—as is … Continued
There’s nothing quite like digging into a warm bowl of spaghetti and meatballs after a long day at work. But if you’re low-carb or GF…that comforting option isn’t really on the table. Womp. Luckily, there are a few healthy (and … Continued
If you’re confused by the plant-based eating craze, you’re not alone. While most people realize it’s better for both our bodies and the environment, many are still unsure of exactly what it means. Is plant-based eating synonymous with vegetarian, vegan, … Continued
Edamame is one of the best plant-based sources of protein—keep that in mind for a second: Explore Cuisine makes gluten-free pasta alternatives (think chickpea, lentil, black bean…). But its best—and most popular product—however, is its Edamame Spaghetti., which is loaded … Continued
No BBQ would be complete without a killer pasta salad! If you’re trying to stay a bit more health-conscious, use Explore Cuisine’s chickpea fusilli. It’s organic and packed with protein—a wholesome addition the fam will thank you for.
Explore Cuisine’s Organic Edamame Spaghetti. Amazon Explore Cuisine’s Organic Edamame Spaghettiis a vegan, gluten-free, low-carb, and low-calorie alternative to traditional spaghetti. Edamame spaghetti is made entirely out of edamame bean flour, making it a vegan and gluten-free product. Each serving … Continued
Explore Cuisine Gluten-Free Pasta Scoop up this three box variety pack from Explore Cuisine (black bean spaghetti, edamame and mung bean fettucine, and adzuki bean spaghetti) for a nearly a dollar less than in-store retailers.
What, if anything, can we do in our own personal lives to possibly hold cancer at bay? Martha Teichner has some food for thought: Dr. Margaret Cuomo has produced a documentary and a companion book, both called “A World Without … Continued
Can penne made from chickpeas or fusilli made from lentils taste as good as the traditional stuff—and be healthier? We fork over our findings. By Rachel Meltzer Warren – Full Article: http://www.consumerreports.org/pasta-noodles/new-twist-on-pasta/ “Life is a combination of magic and pasta,” said … Continued
Eat a Healthy Breakfast Start each day with a breakfast packed with protein and fiber (try scrambled eggs with turkey sausage or 1/4 Greek yogurt with blueberries and nuts),” says Colette Heimowitz, Atkins VP Nutrition Communication & Education. “There are … Continued