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SunFood Organic Black Peruvian Botija Olives Pitted -- 8 oz

SunFood Organic Black Peruvian Botija Olives Pitted
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SunFood Organic Black Peruvian Botija Olives Pitted -- 8 oz

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SunFood Organic Black Peruvian Botija Olives Pitted Description

  • 100% USDA Organic
  • No Preservatives • No Additives • No Added Sugars

100% Certified Organic Black Botija Olives

These delectable black Botija olives are packed with nutrition and contain vitamins A and E, calcium, iron, antioxidants and heart healthy oleic acid.


The Sunfood Difference™

These certified organic ripe black olives are hand selected, cured, low-temperature dried, and blended with the finest organic herbs & spices for a unique olive experience.


Add to your favorite recipes, salads, or eat straight out of the bag.
Free Of
Preservatives, additives.

*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.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 7 Pieces (1 oz) (28 g)
Servings per Container: 8
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
   Calories from Fat36
Total Fat4 g6%
Saturated Fat0.5 g3%
   Polyunsaturated Fat0.5 g
   Monounsaturated Fat3 g
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium220 mg9%
Total Carbohydrate1 g0%
   Dietary Fiber1 g4%
   Sugars0 g
Protein0 g
Vitamin A2%
Vitamin C0%
Vitamin E6%
Other Ingredients: Certified organic raw pitted Peruvian olives, sea salt.

May contain pits or pit fragments.

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Healthy No-Cook Dinner Ideas for Busy Weeknights

For many families with kids back in school, which often includes extra-curricular activities and hours of homework, weeknights can be a whirlwind. And yet, health-conscious parents—especially those who emphasize raw foods—still want to ensure a fresh, wholesome dinner for all. Fortunately, with some advance preparation and a few clever strategies, that can be easier than you think.

Fruits, Vegetables, Beans, Nuts and Seeds in Containers on Kitchen Counter for Easy Raw Vegan Meal Prep |

Stock up on key staples

To make beautiful raw meals easily, you must stock a varied array of fresh produce, along with other nutritious, useful staples such as:

  • Fresh greens for salads, wraps, spring rolls, etc.
  • Avocados for salads, spreads and to stuff as an entrée
  • Raw, sprouted nut and seed crusts, which make a crisp, yummy base for pizza, bruschetta, canapés, as a side-kick for dips, or spread with raw nut butter.
  • Zucchini, yams and parsnips for zoodles
  • Cauliflower and/or parsnips for “rice”
  • Kale for hearty salads and kale chips
  • Beets to shred and add to soups, salads, wraps and spring rolls
  • Cabbage for slaws (or fill leaves with hummus or tapenade)
  • Hemp seeds to toss over any entrée for tasty, nutty, complete protein
  • Raw cashews for vegan cheese, dressings, etc.
  • Almonds, walnuts and pecans for dairy-free milk, and to enrich countless dishes
  • Raw sunflower and pumpkin seeds to sprinkle on everything
  • Raw nut and seed butters, served with sliced veggies and fruit for dipping
  • Crispy, protein-rich raw crackers to round out soup and salad meals

Skip the store! Click below to snag some of the staples mentioned above:

Chopped Vegetables in Storage Containers to Easily Prepare Raw Vegan Meal |

Prep in advance

Healthy raw cuisine does involve preparation, but it’s worth it when you can quickly assemble delicious, satisfying entrées for hungry loved ones as a result. Many staples, made ahead, are quite versatile too, and can factor into multiple meals. A case in point is zoodles.

These “noodles,” made from raw zucchini or other veggies, can be tossed with raw marinara, creamy curry, tapenade or other rich, plant-based sauces and crowned with hemp seeds for a lovely, nourishing dish.

You can also prep hearty walnut “meat” balls, which can be made in advance. For another great staple to accompany Asian-themed dishes or to fill out soup or salad, make cauliflower and/or parsnip “rice” in your food processor. Season to taste with pink Himalayan salt, herbs and a drizzle of hemp seed or flax oil.

Raw Vegan Rainbow Entree Salad |

Embrace the entrée salad

With the colorful staples listed above, plus other produce you love, salad production is easy. It can also vary every night based on what’s in season and what appeals to you and your family. The trick to making salad the meal is making sure it is deliciously filling and satisfying. To that end, you may find this formula useful:

  • Layer a big bowl with organic greens such as spinach, romaine or butter lettuce, baby kale or a combination
  • Add other veggies, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, broccoli, red bell pepper, jicama, sprouts, etc. as well as fruit like grapes, orange segments, raisins or diced apple
  • Include some healthy fat, such as avocado or olives
  • Toss with a yummy raw dressing, like this protein-rich green tahini dressing
  • Top with a handful of hemp, sunflower or pumpkin seeds, chopped walnuts or pecans, or other favorites. This final touch really rounds out the salad for a satiating meal. Rotate your nuts and seeds for a varied array of flavors, nutrients, antioxidants and phytochemicals

Avocado Stuffed with Raw Tomatoes, Herbs and Seasoning |

Stuff & savor

Another great entrée idea is stuffed veggies, or as the French say, farcis niçois. While this presentation may look quite elegant, it’s easy to assemble and vastly satisfying—especially with a creamy, protein-rich filling.

Ideal veggies to stuff include avocados, large heirloom tomatoes and red bell peppers. For filling, you might try cauliflower rice mixed with your favorite creamy raw dressing and topped with hemp seeds, or zoodles swathed in raw pesto and pine nuts.

For a Mexican twist, stuff an avocado with chopped tomatoes, red bell pepper, cilantro, sprouts, sweet red onion, fresh lime juice and a big handful of pumpkin seeds for a crunchy, nutrient- and protein-rich healthy fat.

With these ideas—as well as how you might expand on them as you explore more raw food recipes—you can easily manage vibrant, satisfying nourishing raw food meals, even on the busiest of nights. 

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