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Kashi Pilaf, 7 Whole Grain - 3 ea (Pack of 12)

Kashi Pilaf, 7 Whole Grain - 3 ea (Pack of 12)

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The seven whole grain company. Warm up to the toasty, whole grain & sesame goodness of our heritage pilaf, a feast for the senses, sweet or savory any time of the day. Seven whole grains are better than one! Non GMO Project: Verified. nongmoproject.org. 44 whole grains. 6 g fiber. Join us online. www.kashi.com/join. Coupons. Recipes. Newsletters. Connect with others. Contents may settle. Product sold by weight not volume. For over 25 years, we've been dedicated to making all natural, high quality foods with positive nutrition and great taste. Our Kashi 7 Whole Grain Pilaf is deliciously hearty, and toasted with just a touch of natural sweetness. Kashi 7 Whole Grain Pilaf is now officially non-GMO project verified. This means it is produced in compliance with the rigorous Non-GMO Project standard. Learn more about GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) and work with the non-GMO Project at kashi.com/nongmo. 7 Whole Grains are Better than 1: Just as it's important to have a variety of fruits and vegetables in your diet, it's beneficial to eat a variety of whole grains. That's why we have seven instead of one. After mixing seeds and grains for months, we chose our unique blend known as Kashi Seven Whole Grains & Sesame for the plant protein, fiber and array of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients not found in most single-grain foods. Whole grains truly are one of nature's superfoods that help you feel your best. Our seven whole grains also provide a variety of colors, textures, shapes and flavors for pure eating enjoyment. With tasty, real food, we believe eating healthy also makes you happy! Learn More About Kashi Seven Whole Grains & Sesame: Buckwheat: hearty in flavor, this seed-like fruit is a good source of fiber. Triticale: natural cross between durum wheat and rye, with higher protein than both. Rye: resilient staple grain with a distinctive earthy flavor. Hard red wheat: hardy grain with a nutty taste often used as bread flour. Barley: smooth, malty flavor and a great source of soluble fiber. Oats: naturally sweet and prized as a great source of soluble fiber. Brown rice: has a delicate flavor and five times the fiber of white rice. Sesame: widely popular and tasty seeds, known for their rich, nutty flavor. We have a whole team of Kashi dedicated to our mission - not just a founder. We're like a family, and we consider you to be part of our extended family. That's why we're sharing our family recipes with you, and invite you to submit your own for a chance to be featured here next time! (Visit us at www.kashi.com/recipe for details). Jeff Johnson, Kashi Nutritionist: I love Kashi Pilaf! It keeps me ready to go for my next surf. Enjoy and be creative with your food. Have something to share? Visit us at www.kashi.com. Call 877-7GRAINS (877-747-2467). 100% Whole Grain: 44 g or more per serving. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. WholeGrainsCouncil.org. Project Spark: Ignite change. Visit kashi.com/spark. 100% recycled paperboard. Exchange: 2 carbohydrates. The dietary exchanges are based on the Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Diabetes, Copyright 2008 by American Dietetic Association and American Diabetes Association.
Brand Kashi
Free of N/A
Weight 17.16 lbs
Count 3 - 6.5 oz (184 g) packets [19.5 oz (1 lb 3.5 oz) 553 g] x 12
Serving 4.9 oz
Servings about 12 per pack
SanaCause Points 20
Cooking: 1. Using two parts water or other liquid to one part Kashi Pilaf, bring liquid to a boil on high heat. 2. Add Kashi Pilaf to boiling liquid. Keep covered for softer texture. 3. Reduce heat to medium and cook until all water is absorbed (about 25 minutes). 4. If desired, add 1/4 cup more liquid and continue to cook until absorbed for softer texture. 5. Serve hot as a base for stir-fries, stuffings, side dishes or dessert! Visit www.kashi.com for recipes. 6. Refrigerate or freeze unused pilaf.


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