Saturday, March 26, 2011

Menu 3-28 through 4-3


Fast and Fab Salads in Minutes

All ingredients are in your Om Chef Prep kit                                                                                  *****
Om's Chef Salads
salad as a meal!
Om Chef One: Organic Purple potatoes, slow cooked kidney beans, persian cucumber, gold carrots, marinated artichokes, California walnuts, grape-tomatoes, gold bell pepper,  and Israeli Feta cheese, Gaita oil cured olives and pickled red onion on a bed of Kenter Canyon farms mixed baby greens...a twist of fresh lemon is all that's needed to dress a perfectly composed salad
Fabulous, healthy salads in under 5 minutes when you have the Om Culinary kits in your fridge

 Om Chef Two: Lotus root, steamed shrimp, asparagus, edamame, farro, watermelon radish and gold carrots on a bed of baby Kenter farms baby spinach and mixed greens

Friday, March 25, 2011

Organic Culinary Kits Make Healthy Food, Fast Food

Imagine your refrigerator with fresh and organic farmers market produce  magically cleaned and prepped with an assortment of prepped grains, beans, nuts and cheeses all stored in clear, compact containers awaiting your culinary inspiration.

Fast food can be healthy, delish and crazy convenient with Om Chef culinary kits!

Friday, March 18, 2011

Om Culinary Kit Ingredients for Goi Cuon-Summer/Spring Rolls

Gỏi cuốn means  "mix salad rolled".
Also known as summer roll, Vietnamese spring roll, or fresh roll 

Under 100 calories each and ultra delish!
Shown with shaved asparagus, bean sprouts, shredded orange and gold carrot, jicima, finely shredded purple cabbage, chopped mint, basil, cilantro, pansy petals and cellophane noodles...
all neatly bundled in a delicate rice paper wrap.

Rice paper wraps are a fresh alternative to the heavier wheat flour wraps like tortillas.
Fresh spring rolls are fab any ingredient you would find in a salad including:
avocado, lotus root, alfalfa or any sprout, snow peas, cucumber, zucchini, yellow squash, kale, arugula, any lettuce, spring or red onion, nori, wasabi, pumpkin seeds, ground flax seed, chia seeds, black or white sesame seeds, pansy petals, nasturtium, squash blossoms...the list is almost endless!

Om Culinary kits come with all the fresh, organic ingredients for these luscious little bundles neatly sliced, diced and chopped. With all the ingredients ready you can assemble these luscious little bundles in under 5 minutes for ultimate freshness.  

Highlight Reel 3-13 through 3-18

All ingredients for these dishes and many more are in your Om Chef Prep kit                                                                                  *****
California walnuts, Pecorino cheese, broccoli, baby beets, purple cauliflower, kidney beans, purple cauliflower, zucchini, gold cauliflower, Morimoto tomatoes, mixed baby greens

Falafel kit: 
pickled persian cucumber, Greek yogurt with dill sauce, hummus bi tahini, fresh falafel, zucchini feta rolls, Om Cali Carrot salad
Om Fresh Made Corned Seitan

Corned beef for the carnivores and Om's fresh made corned seitan

Saturday, March 12, 2011


Fresh, raw and pesticide free

Menu 3-14 through 3-19

Monday 3-14

Highlight Reel - 3-7 through 3-12

Grilled Bartlett Pear Salad: Grilled pear, walnut,  fresh feta and asparagus on bed mixed baby greens with fresh herbs

: Fresh beet, Mission fig, Fuji apple, carrot, baby spinach, kidney beans, radichio, lotus root
garbanzo beans, fresh a salad or toss in a multigrain wrap

Om Ready Made: Rainbow chard garlic saute with herbed lentils and lemon

Om Salads in under 10 minutes: Lotus root, asparagus, walnut, almond, dried cranberry, fresh feta, garbanzo beans 

Om Waldorf: orange and gold carrot, gala apple, celery, Mission fig, dried cranberry, Medjool date, walnut, almond, pecan, flax and pumpkin seed in a light citrus-honey Greek yogurt dressing

Italian Salad Kit
zucchini ribbons, garbanzo beans, red, orange and gold peppers, pickled red onion, cauliflower, Romanesco, radichio, Sicilian green olives, black olives, red and gold grape tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, marinated fresh mozzarella, provolone, marinated artichoke hearts, 

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Sugar: The Bitter Truth

Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology, explores the damage caused by sugary foods. He argues that fructose (too much) and fiber (not enough) appear to be cornerstones of the obesity epidemic through their effects on insulin.

UCSF Center for Obesity 

Menu 3-7 to 3-12