- DescriptionOmega, oh my! Hearty farro, brown rice, quinoa and adzuki beans are seasoned with sesame oil, turmeric, nutritional yeast and a tiny pinch of cayenne, then mixed with roasted pumpkin seeds, pistachios and sesame seeds for crunch. The whole mix, super-packed with omegas and amino acids, is topped with colorful steamed broccoli. The salad's varied texture makes it perfect as a salad topper, hummus mix-in, or even a high-protein wrap inclusion. Portable and effortless, grab one (or pair with a super salad companion) for an easy lunch or afternoon snack.Claims
- Contains Sesame Seed and/or Sesame Oil
Broccoli, Water, Adzuki Beans (Organic Adzuki Beans, Water, Kombu Seaweed), Dry Roasted Pumpkin Seeds, Roasted Salted Sunflower Seeds (Sunflower Seeds, Cottonseed And/Or Canola Oil, Salt), Black Quinoa, Pistachio Nuts, Bragg Liquid Aminos (All Purpose Seasoning) Vegetable Protein From Soybeans And Purified Water, Brown Rice, Farro (Spelt [Contains Wheat]), Sesame Oil, Sesame Seeds, Yeast Nutrients (Inactive Dry Yeast, Niacin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride [Vitamin B6], Riboflavin, Thiamin Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12), Dulse (Dried Seaweed Flakes), Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Turmeric, Kosher Salt, Cayenne Pepper, Black Pepper, Sea Salt, Bay Leaf.
- Explanatory Information
About our Heat Index: We've developed this Heat Index to give you an approximation of how spicy a particular dish tastes. Keep in mind that people tolerate chili heat in very different ways, so this scale may not reflect your individual experience with a dish.* NO HEAT There's no heat here — safe for the kids. MINOR HEAT Expect no more than a little tingle on the tongue. SUBTLE HEAT One might describe this dish as "peppery." MEDIUM HEAT A spicy warmth that builds as you eat and lingers a while. STRONG HEAT This dish has kick — keep a cool beverage on hand. FIERY HEAT Your eyes will water. Your nose will run. You've been warned.
*Note for sensitive palates: Heat ratings are never guaranteed! Due to unpredictable environmental variations that range from rainfall to chance genetic changeability, chili spice often differs. Even two identical-looking jalapeños can pack two very different heat levels.