1. Almond Bran
Almond Bran is made from 100% dried almond skins, which have been ground to perfection. This product contains a ton of essential minerals (magnesium, calcium, etc.), which makes it a perfect addition to a smoothie or cereal.
2. Moringa Powder
Moringa Leaf Powder contains seven times the Vitamin C found in oranges, four times the beta carotene of carrots, three times the iron of spinach, and four times as much calcium as milk. It’s no wonder why this is thought to be one of nature’s most nutritious foods. You can mix this powder into a smoothie or yogurt. You can also cook it in a savory dish, like this tasty pasta recipe.
3. Walnut Meal
Walnut meal is coarser than walnut flour and perfect for adding some nutty flavor to your cooking and baking. This is a great ingredient for anyone who is on a gluten-free diet. Walnut meal can also take the place of almond meal in recipes if you prefer the taste of walnuts to almonds; for example, try making walnut meal pancakes using this pancake recipe by substituting walnut meal for almond meal.
Farro is an ancient food that was used to feed the Roman Legions, and as money at the height of the Roman Empire. Farro kernels were even found in Egyptian tombs! This food isn’t only rich in history, it’s rich in nutrients like iron and fiber, too. Try out farro with this vegetarian Italian farro soup recipe.
Which one of these new cooking products are you excited to try?