Gluten Free Superfood Granola
Ryanne Rothenberg has a long history of working in the field of nutrition and food security. She has traveled the world, sharing the connection between informed dietary choices and an improved quality of life. Now settled in Atlanta, she founded Ry’s Table and, among other things, produces Supanola, a granola line featuring Thai and Ayurvedic spices. There are six flavors, all made with local ingredients clearly indicated by the farm and the producer. We specifically selected the beetroot flavor, with ingredients – including beets, hemp, flax, chia seeds, dates and acai powder – chosen for their cleansing properties. The most popular flavor, turmeric and ginger, said Rottenberg, is packed with anti-inflammatory ingredients, including self-growing turmeric, bee pollen, ginger, ginseng compounds, maca and pepple. At her farmers market stall, she also offers homemade coconut yogurt granola bowls, but don’t think of it like granola to sprinkle on yogurt or oatmeal. We found ourselves enjoying it as a very light meal, too.
$7 per 6-ounce bag, $12 per 12-ounce bag. Available at Floral Park Market, Shop Shop, Little Food Store, Grant Park Farmers Market Sunday morning and at restable.com. Use code RENEW20 to save 20% off everything online.
C-Moster Milk is dairy-free
Pedro Narvaez and Daniel Flores began manufacturing a range of “mylks” nut and seed plants at the end of 2019, after researching ancient foods and natural medicine. This led them to create Astronut, focusing on producing non-dairy milk with ingredients we haven’t seen anywhere else. We’ve tried and loved Sea Mosster, an algae green drink made with wild seaweed, walnuts, spirulina, moringa, and cinnamon, and sweetened with anonymous dates. A pinch of pink Himalayan salt adds a delicious flavour. They produce four other flavors: Milky Way Up is cashew-based milk, with coffee and chicory root; Majik Hemp is hemp-based, with added blue spirulina and seaweed; Golden walnut is a nut-based nod to golden milk, with a blend of ginger, turmeric, and black pepper. Holy Cocoa is cashew-based milk, made from raw cocoa powder. They are all sweetened with dates and include cinnamon and pink Himalayan salt.
$10 per 16-ounce jar, and $19 per 32-ounce jar. Available at Roots Pressed Juices at farmers markets in Buckhead, Oakhurst, Grant Park and in Astronutco.com.
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