Looking to make a healthy change? Adding more produce to your diet is a good first step. This could be a time-consuming endeavor—washing, chopping, shredding, dicing, mincing, steaming, boiling, sauteing, roasting, and pureeing produce can quickly amount to hours in the kitchen. But here’s a tip that’s surprisingly both time-saving and health-enhancing: one of the biggest benefits of eating more fruits and vegetables is that you can (and should!) enjoy many of them in their simplest form: raw.
It’s a new year and a new decade, which means it is time to start thinking about a better future. If you are anything like the team here at Thistle, you have your sights set on making 2020 your most sustainable year yet. Keep reading to see how a few small changes can help us all live more sustainably in 2020 and beyond...
We’ve all been there: it’s Sunday night, and you have no plans for the coming week’s meals. If it’s a common occurrence, say hello to meal prep. While there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to meal prep, it’s the best way to answer the number one FAQ of most families: what’s for dinner?
In celebration of our new salad collaboration with locally-renowned Burma Love, we interviewed founder Desmond Tan to learn a bit more about the magic behind their famous tea leaf dressing, where their ingredients are grown, and how we’re both aligned in sourcing the best quality ingredients while ensuring a sustainable supply chain.
What a year it’s been! We are filled with incredible gratitude as we write this letter reflecting on 2019. Thank you for letting us be a part of your journey towards better nutrition while contributing to a more sustainable food system.
Eating meatless meals doesn’t have to be a joyless chore. Nobody wants their meatless dinner to be tasteless and unfulfilling. Food is meant to be enjoyed! And by implementing just a few suggestions, meatless meals are no exception.
Healthy fats are an important part of any dietary approach to wellness. Although many well-intentioned eaters religiously avoid fatty foods, eating the right kinds of fat can actually benefit your health. But what exactly are healthy fats, and where are they found?