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Karen's Naturals Premium Just Veggies® -- 8 oz


Karen's Naturals Premium Just Veggies®
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Karen's Naturals Premium Just Veggies® -- 8 oz

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Karen's Naturals Premium Just Veggies® Description

  • A Delicious Snack, Topping or Recipe Ingredient
  • 1 Bag = 2½ lb Fresh Veggies
  • 100% Natural Crunchy & Delicious Freeze-Dried Veggies
  • Small Batch Produced In Westerly California
  • No Additives • No Preservatives • No Sweeteners
  • Freeze-Dried & Dehydrated
  • Naturally Gluten, Dairy, Wheat and Nut Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Kosher

Farm Fresh Produce

Nothing's more delicious than a cornucopia of veggies, plucked straight from the garden. Picked fresh and dried at low temperatures to preserve flavor and essential nutrients, Just Veggies make a delightfully crunchy snack. Great in soups, rice and egg dishes, or as a topping on baked potatoes and bagels.

 

As fifth generation farmers, our roots grow deep in California's Central Valley, where healthy foods are simply a way of life. As a girl, I watched my Nonna cook food picked from our family farm - meals that were fresh, wholesome and bursting with flavor. Now, with Karen's Naturals, we're pleased to share our bounty with you: delicious, farm-fresh produce grown with love.  ~ Karen


Directions

Storage Suggestions: Close pouch securely to help maintain freshness. If moisture gets in, place pouch in freezer to restore crispness.

Free Of
Additives, preservatives or sweeteners, gluten, dairy, wheat and nut, GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 oz (28 g)
Servings per Container: 8
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories100
   Fat Calories5
Total Fat1 g1%
   Trans Fat0 g
Sodium40 mg2%
Total Carbohydrate21 g7%
   Dietary Fiber2 g8%
Sugars10 g
Protein4 g
Vitamin A210%
Vitamin C60%
Calcium4%
Iron8%
Other Ingredients: Freeze-dried corn and peas, air-dried carrots and bell peppers, dehydrated tomatoes.
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Get Kids to Gobble Up Superfoods With These Tricks

The foods that are really good for us often require a more mature palate. In other words, healthy food isn't always something your kids will like. When it comes to superfoods, the temptation to beg, bribe and bargain with your kids can become the kind of parental power struggle that makes up our worst nightmare. Sure, blueberry and açai smoothies go down easy, but when we get into the harder stuff like lentils and leeks many kids go running for the hills.

Here are four superfood picks that, with just a few tips and tricks, will go from yuck to yum.

Cauliflower

Kids turn their noses up at cauliflower pretty often. While many parents turn to the old “smother it in cheese” standby, it’s not the healthiest choice. Besides the general vitamins and minerals, cauliflower contains glucosinolates which support health. My son loves hot wings, so I toss some cauliflower in hot sauce and almond flour, then bake it. Just as spicy and delicious with added health benefits.

Lentils

These protein-packed pearls are high in iron and low on the glycemic index. Lentils are a superfood that can be easy to prepare, and they make a great substitute for meat in many dishes such as tacos and burritos. Or, try tossing them in a slow cooker to make a hearty dinner soup.

Salmon

If your little ones only know fish of the stick variety, don’t feel bad, you’re certainly not alone. I thought I hated fish for the first 20 years of my life and Middle Girl still won’t touch it. My other two absolutely love salmon, though. The omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon not only support heart health but joint, digestive and brain health, as well. Baked in the oven with an organic teriyaki marinade, then served in a bowl of brown rice and broccli, it makes a super-food packed meal.

Chia seeds

Magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium, and essential fatty acids are all in those teeny tiny little seeds. Crazy, I know. But that’s what makes them the most magnificent of the superfoods. They go over great with kids when sprinkled on top of Greek yogurt or a bowl of cereal, but making organic chocolate chia seed pudding is probably one of the most decadent and successful healthy kid recipes I’ve discovered yet.

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