About Straight from the Root:
Straight From The Root is here to provide you with organic, preservative-free and fresh produce. We utilize the sous vide cooking method so all our products maintain 100% of their fresh volume, vitamins, and flavor. For ages chefs worldwide have used this method to enhance and amplify the natural flavor of vegetables and now you can too.
We are all trying to eat healthier; however, it’s not always ideal for us to do so. If you’re anything like me, you are always on the go and find it hard to make fresh veggies everyday. It’s time consuming, and I am already short on time.
When I had the opportunity to try Straight from the Root, I jumped at it.
So, what sets Straight from the Root aside from other shelf stable, precooked foods? In short, they are nothing but the vegetable. Most frozen and canned veggies have a lot of stuff added to them… not Straight from the Root… The only ingredient is vegetables.
~ USDA Organic
~ BPA Free
~ Easy cook Pouches
~ Gluten free
~ The only ingredient is the vegetables
~ 8 months shelf life
~ Preservative Free
How to enjoy:
~ Do not vent the bag!
~ Place vacuum sealed back in microwave or boiling water for 90 seconds
~ Cute open bag and enjoy!
There are so many different varieties, including beets, sweet potatoes, baby potatoes, baby carrots and more!
With all these benefits, there is no good reason why you shouldn’t enjoy these easy to prepare veggies everyday.
Whether you are working on a backyard barbecue or just trying to find a shortcut to make dinner simpler, I suggest checking out Straight from the Root! If you are interested in purchasing, check out their official website to try to find a location near you, and don’t forget to five their Facebook Page a like.
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