Made with oats, quinoa, millet, buckwheat, amaranth, kaniwa, hemp, flax + chia. Cooks in 20 minutes. Gluten free. No added sugar. Slow cooking. 7 g protein/5 g fiber/460 mg omega-3 fatty acids (per 45 g serving). USDA Organic. Certified gluten-free. Non GMO Project: Verified. nongmoproject.org. 1% for the planet member. Certified vegan. vegan.org. We believe that good health begins with what you put into your body. When you eat better, you feel better. It's that simple. You are what you eat. That's why we are passionate about using the most superior, high-quality natural and organic ingredients loaded with health benefits and free of the bad stuff. But it doesn't end there. In order to be healthy we also need a clean environment, which is why we are committed to a sustainable planet. We hope you will enjoy our delicious natural foods and snacks made from the purest ingredients around. Eat purely. Live purely. - Elizabeth. We're all about ingredients. Meet Ours: Quinoa: an ancient grain considered a complete protein. Amaranth: an ancient grain high in B vitamins and amino acids. Hemp Seeds: a good source of plant-based protein. Salba Chia Seeds: superfood seeds providing excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, fiber + antioxidants. To learn more about the health benefits of these ingredients and our other products, visit www.purelyelizabeth.com. Your oatmeal just got an upgrade. Created in 2009 by Elizabeth Stein, Certified Holistic Nutrition Counselor. Certified Organic by Vermont Organic Farmers.
14 oz (396 g) x 6
10 per pack
Shake bag to evenly distribute ingredients. Bring 1-1/4 cups of water or milk to a boil in a medium saucepan. Stir in 1/3 cup of grains and reduce heat to medium/low. Stir occasionally for 15-20 minutes. Let stand a few minutes. Add your favorite fruits, nuts and sweetener of choice.
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