Greens & Grains

Greens and whole grains are two food groups most of us could stand to incorporate more of into our diets. Fortunately, they’re natural partners. Warm side salads for dinner, sturdy cold salad for lunch, and green smoothies…there’s a lot you can get out of a meal when you put both greens and grains into it.

Toasted Quinoa Salad

Toasted Quinoa Salad

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Quinoa is a great grain to pair with salad greens for a heartier, more filling salad.

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Beet Quinoa Salad

Beet Quinoa Salad

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Use the greens from your bunch of beets along with quinoa to minimize waste in this tasty salad.

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Mustard Greens and Bulgur

Mustard Greens & Bulgur

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Bulgur is an excellent grain to use in hearty lunch salads and pairs nicely with hearty, flavorful greens like mustard.

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Melissa's Green Breakfast Smoothie.

Melissa’s Green Breakfast Smoothie

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Grains and greens pair nicely in smoothies too! Add a little oatmeal to any green smoothie for fiber and iron.

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Kale Pesto Pasta

Kale Pesto Pasta

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. Pesto can be made with just about any green. Pair it with whole grain pasta for a winning meal.

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