Nakano Natural Rice Vinegar, 12 oz

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365 Everyday Value, Toasted Sesame Seed Oil, 8.4 fl oz

365 - Medium heat up to 350°f. Toasted sesame seed Oil Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Toasted Sesame Seed Oil.





Organic Green Onion Scallions, One Bunch

PRODUCE-WFM mburring - This sweet-tart condiment goes well with roast chicken, pork chops and brightens up burgers. Medium heat up to 350°f. Grown in United States or Mexico. How to prep place onion on side cut off the top and root ends leaving some of that root intact Cut the onion in half and anchoring it with your palm, being careful not to slice all the way through Make vertical slices, make several horizontal slices, using the natural lines of the onion as a guide and then cut from the top end to the stem One medium-size onion equals about 1 cup chopped.

Sweet onion red onion white onion yellow onion shallot showcaseas onion rings, and guacamole add Flavorto chutneys, in gratins, soups, and garnish How to store Onions like to breathe, stir fries, and pickles Go Tofor sauces, sandwiches, egg dishes, and on kebabs Eat Rawin salads, roasts, and stews Sophisticatedin vinagrettes, salsas, so keep them in a well-ventilated area like your pantry.

Organic Green Onion Scallions, One Bunch - Don't refrigerate or place in plastic bags. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Use within a month. Onions one of the first foods on the planet to be cultivated, its roots date back 5, 000 years. Chopped onions can be stored in a sealed container in the fridge for 2-3 days. Chef's tip turn caramelized onions into chutney by adding a splash of vinegar.

Toasted Sesame Seed Oil.





Ginger, 8 oz

produce B003IMCNIO - How to store these long-lasting vegetables will go the distance if they're kept cool and dry. Grown in United States or Mexico. How to prep rinse under cool, according to directions in recipes Chef's tip Roast root vegetables for an easy, running water Peel and chop or slice, impressive side dish. Place prepped veggies in a roasting pan and drizzle with olive oil sprinkle with salt and pepper and roast in a 400-degree oven for 20 minutes Shake the pan and test for doneness If still firm, continue cooking for 5-10 minutes Brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

Root vegetables a colorful assortment that includes carrots, turnips, parsnips and rutabaga, these humble workhorses of the kitchen are versatile enough to beef up soups or to stand alone as crave-able side dishes. Medium heat up to 350°f. Toasted Sesame Seed Oil. Grown in Brazil or China. Refrigerate in a sealed plastic bag and use within 2-3 weeks.





Yellow Onion, One Large

produce mburring - This sweet-tart condiment goes well with roast chicken, pork chops and brightens up burgers. Chef's tip turn caramelized onions into chutney by adding a splash of vinegar. Grown in United States or Mexico. Grown in United States. Toasted Sesame Seed Oil. Sweet onion red onion white onion yellow onion shallot showcaseas onion rings, stir fries, and guacamole Add Flavorto chutneys, and garnish How to store Onions like to breathe, roasts, soups, and on kebabs Eat Rawin salads, salsas, and stews Sophisticatedin vinagrettes, and pickles Go Tofor sauces, egg dishes, sandwiches, in gratins, so keep them in a well-ventilated area like your pantry.

Don't refrigerate or place in plastic bags. Chopped onions can be stored in a sealed container in the fridge for 2-3 days. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Use within a month. Onions one of the first foods on the planet to be cultivated, its roots date back 5, 000 years. How to prep place onion on side cut off the top and root ends leaving some of that root intact Cut the onion in half and anchoring it with your palm, make several horizontal slices, being careful not to slice all the way through Make vertical slices, using the natural lines of the onion as a guide and then cut from the top end to the stem One medium-size onion equals about 1 cup chopped.

Yellow Onion, One Large - Medium heat up to 350°f. Grown in Brazil or China.





Lemon, One Medium

PRODUCE-WFM - Toasted Sesame Seed Oil. Add the basil and parsley to the processor and purée until well combined, season with salt and pepper to taste. Place the fish in the oven for 10 minutes or until cooked through. Drizzle half the olive oil 1/4 cup over dish and place in the oven for approximately 25 minutes or until slightly browned and roasted.

Meanwhile, add the lemon zest, toasted nuts, parmesan cheese, honey and red pepper to the food processor. Medium heat up to 350°f. Grown in United States. Grown in United States or Mexico. Grown in Brazil or China. Cut the ends off the lemon and discard. To serve: top each filet with the pesto and serve. Grown in United States.

Lemon, One Medium - Thinly slice the lemon into rings removing all seeds and layer the lemon slices in a glass baking dish. Remove from the oven and allow to cool. In the same baking dish, arrange the fish filets and lightly coat the top of each with olive oil. Scrape the ingredients from the dish into a food processor, do not rinse or wash the dish.

Spread the artichoke hearts, garlic cloves and capers on top of the lemon slices, season lightly with salt and pepper.





Lime, One Medium

PRODUCE-WFM mburring - Medium heat up to 350°f. Grown in United States. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Toasted Sesame Seed Oil. Grown in Brazil or China. Chef's tip a few sprigs of rosemary will bring out the best in a fresh-squeezed limeade. Grown in United States. How to ripen like lemons and oranges, limes are harvested when they're ripe and recipe-ready.

How to store Refrigerate in a sealed plastic bag. Limes with a history that can be traced back to the 1500s, this tropical citrus fruit is beloved around the world for its slight sweetness and tangy, seedless pulp. When juicing, bring the lime to room temperature and roll it on the counter to extract more juice.

Lime, One Medium - Grown in United States or Mexico. For zest, use a fine grater and only use the very top layer of rind. How to prep wash limes under cool, running water before slicing, juicing, or grating for zest. For easy wedges slice of the top and bottom of the lime and then quarter the lime. Grown in Mexico. Lime quarters can be sliced into eighths.





365 Everyday Value, Organic Hoisin Sauce, 10 oz

365 - Grown in United States or Mexico. Medium heat up to 350°f. Great for stir-fry. Grown in United States. Toasted Sesame Seed Oil. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Grown in Mexico. Organic hoisin sauce Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Grown in United States. Grown in Brazil or China.





Cilantro, One Bunch

PRODUCE-WFM B003IMCNH0 - Snip the stems ends and place them in a jar, like flowers. Herbs like basil, mint, and parsley can also be stored in special produce bags to maintain the maximum fresh flavor. Grown in United States or Mexico. Chef's tip when creating herb-focused recipes like pesto, always make a double batch and freeze the leftovers.

Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. How to prep rinse under cool, running water and pat dry with a towel or whirl in a salad spinner. How to store Treat tender herbs with care, keeping them cool. Grown in Brazil or China. Toasted Sesame Seed Oil. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Grown in United States. Great for stir-fry.

Cilantro, One Bunch - Grown in Mexico. United States. Grown in United States. Fresh herbs prized by chefs and home cooks for their ability to boost flavor, mint, herbs such as basil, tarragon and thyme are essential to all sorts of recipes including pesto and classic béchamel sauce. Hardy herbs such as thyme and rosemary are best when chopped or cut with kitchen shears, while many chefs prefer to tear off pieces of tender herbs like basil and mint by hand.





365 Everyday Value, Organic Sesame Seed Oil, 8.4 fl oz

365 - Grown in Mexico. Medium heat up to 350°f. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Grown in United States. Toasted Sesame Seed Oil. Grown in Brazil or China. Medium heat, heat up to 350°f. Organic Sesame Seed Oil. Great for stir-fry. Grown in United States. Organic sesame seed Oil Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

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Organic Carrots, 1 lb

PRODUCE-WFM 203892 - Grown in United States or Mexico. Grown in Mexico. Carrots are super crunchy, and they make a satisfying snack with a cup of locally-sourced hummus or almond butter for dipping. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Grown in United States or Mexico. Carrots are also rich in vitamin A, antioxidants and other nutrients.

Toasted Sesame Seed Oil. Grown in United States. Grown in United States. Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. United States. Organic Sesame Seed Oil. Grown in Brazil or China. Great for stir-fry. Roasting brings out their sweetness, or you might enjoy adding them to a pureed soup with farm-fresh squash and potatoes.

Organic Carrots, 1 lb - Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. Medium heat, heat up to 350°f. Medium heat up to 350°f. Eating more antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, such as carrots, can help reduce the risks of cancer and cardiovascular disease.