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Save $1 on Mozzarella Fresca with this week’s coupon. This delicious mozzarella is 100 percent natural, certified Kosher and free from preservatives, additives, trans fat and hormones (rBST).
This week you can also save $1 on Brianna’s salad dressing, another tasty natural product that contains no artificial ingredients.
Flax seed oil is great to help you get your daily dose of essential fatty acids, and incorporating it into your diet couldn’t be easier. Try adding a tablespoon or so to your favorite salad dressing, or mixing it with yogurt, cottage cheese or oatmeal.
These little bottles are packed with the vitamins and nutrients of fruit, squeezed into a convenient little package. Each contains two full servings of fruit, tastes delicious, and is perfect for breakfast or a snack when you’re on the go.
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Quick and Easy Summer Salads
Heirloom Caprese with Balsamic Syrup
Try this satisfying summer salad, and save $1 on the mozzarella with this week’s Fresh to Market coupon!
The Lighter Side of Salad Dressing
To make a quick, light oil and vinegar salad dressing, we recommend Bariani’s Organic Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar. Produced in limited quantities, these special products also go well with this week’s featured recipe.
We will take partial credit for the existence of this wine. We asked the folks at Match Book if they could do a rosé for us, and they obliged. We’ll be one of the first to have this wine in stock! Tempranillo is the grape made famous in Spain, grown locally in the Dunnigan Hills just northwest of our office in Woodland. Match Book really nailed this wine – it has great red berry fruit and lively acidity.
On sale this week! July 8-14, 2009. Match Book Tempranillo Rosé, $7.99 save $5
Looking for a quick way to add some protein to your salad? Nugget’s meat department offers a great and tasty solution: salad shrimp. We always have it available on ice in our seafood counters. We carry a large size cooked and peeled shrimp meat that is ready to eat — great for salads or to dip in cocktail sauce.
Build a Better Salad
During these warm days of summer, a well-built salad can supply you with a “cool” wealth of nutrients and give you close to your daily need for veggies. The makings for a nutritious salad are simple and easily kept on hand. Use bagged greens, pre-cut veggies and pre-cooked protein choices to save time without sacrificing nutrition.
Greens: Each 2-cup serving has a mere 25 calories and comes packed with potassium, magnesium and folate (a B vitamin), which all boost heart health. Use a variety of greens: baby spinach, radicchio, arugula, baby salad greens, maché, Napa cabbage, red cabbage, endive, and red-leaf, Romaine and bib lettuces.
Veggie add-ins: Fresh sliced vegetables add a wealth of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants for only 20 calories per ½ cup. Go for color: yellow and red cherry tomatoes, peppers (all colors), radishes, snap peas, cucumbers, carrots, scallions, red onions, mushrooms, celery, zucchini squash and snap peas.
Protein possibilities: Make your salad a meal with a quality protein sources: hard boiled eggs, grilled or roasted chicken or turkey, canned tuna and salmon, canned black, garbanzo or kidney beans, cooked lean beef, and low- or non-fat cottage cheese.
Top your salad lightly with an oil-and-vinegar dressing and enjoy your cool meal!