A seaweed which is a jelling agent. Rich in calcium and soothing to the digestive tract.
Natural sweetener derived from a succulent plant, with the color and consistency of honey.
Sea vegetable harvested in Japan which is nutrient rich and low in calories.
Indian flat bread.
A phosphoprotein derived from milk which is often added to soy cheese products to improve texture and promote melting.
Sea vegetable native to the Atlantic coast which is nutrient rich and low in calories.
Gluten free, easily digested grain. Nutrient rich and high in protein.
Fermented soybean paste. Rich in amino acids and live enzymes. A fantastic source of protein and a remarkable digestive aid.
Organic foods are grown naturally, with no synthetic chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers or fungicides.
An ancient grain-like seed with a delicate yet crunchy texture. Good source of protein.
Foods depleted of some or all vitamins, minerals and fiber.
Whole wheat flour, water-rinsed to extract the gluten, leaving a high protein and low fat vegetarian wheat meat.
Light and refreshing Middle Eastern dish, traditionally made with abundant parsley.
Sesame seeds ground into a paste, rich in calcium, phosphorous and protein.
Traditional Indonesian fermented soy product. Rich in B-12 and protein, with a nutty flavor.
Soybean curd. A source of high quality protein, rich in calcium and cholesterol-free.
A way of eating that eliminates animal consumption (meats, fish, chicken, game, etc.).
A way of eating that avoids all products of animal origin, including dairy products and sometimes honey.
Allows products of animals obtained without slaughter, such as milk and eggs.
Allows milk and its derivatives, but not eggs.
Foods that are not altered, chemically treated or irradiated. These foods include beans, grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. By eating whole foods, we sustain a healthy life-style.