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The two symbols we use for kosher- the latter indicates the presence of dairy.

Demystifying Label Terms: Kosher

by Cassidy Stockton

The two symbols we use for kosher- the latter indicates the presence of dairy.

This is the final installment in our demystifying label terms series. If we’ve missed a term that you’re curious about, please ask and we’ll do our best to find an answer for you.

Kosher: The term

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At Bob's Red Mill we use this symbol to indicate a product's gluten free status.

Demystifying Labels Terms: Gluten Free

by Cassidy Stockton

At Bob's Red Mill we use this symbol to indicate a product's gluten free status.

Part three of our Demystifying Label Terms Series will cover Gluten Free. Part four will cover Kosher.

Gluten Free: Another term not regulated by a governing agency and one that is appearing on

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Not all of our products bear the stamp, but we're working to add it to all of those that qualify.

Demystifying Label Terms: Whole Grain

by Cassidy Stockton

Not all of our products bear the stamp, but we're working to add it to all of those that qualify.

In part two of our “Demystifying Label Terms” series, we’ll cover the term Whole Grain. Parts 3 and 4 will cover Gluten Free and Kosher.

Whole Grain: The

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Loads of Oats

National Oatmeal Month and a Giveaway

by Cassidy Stockton

January is national oatmeal month. Did you know that more people eat oats in January than any other month? (At least, according to some sources.) I have trouble buying it based on how often we talk to our customers about eating oatmeal. I’ve always known our customers are special- they

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This logo for the National Organic Program is an easy way to spot organic products.

Demystifying Label Terms: Natural and Organic

by Cassidy Stockton

If you receive our newsletter, this information may be redundant, but we got very positive feedback about our newsletter for January 2011 and I thought I would go ahead and share the same information here. If you are not familiar with our e-newsletter and would like to receive articles and

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Flour & Scoop

Integrating Whole Grains Part 2 – Baking

by Chelsea Lincoln

The second part of this two part series on integrating whole grains into your kitchen deals with baking.  There are so many ways to add whole grains to your baking with wonderful and delectable results.  Here are some tips to get you started.  If you find yourself with more questions,

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Whole grains Millet, Spelt, Amaranth and Quinoa

Integrating Whole Grains Part 1 – Cooking

by Chelsea Lincoln

For New Year’s, we often try our hand at ways to improve our health and happiness.  Integrating more whole grains into our lives is a delicious, easy way to start.  Intact foods are packed with essential vitamins, minerals and fiber, which are just a few of the benefits of whole

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Soup saved me on so many levels on our trip- usually it was vegetarian and homemade.

October Unprocessed: Update

by Cassidy Stockton

Soup saved me on so many levels on our trip- usually it was vegetarian and homemade.

We’re halfway through October and I thought I would give you a quick update on my unprocessed challenge. To say I blew it in Scotland and the Netherlands is to put it mildly.

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Add walnuts or chocolate chips for a real treat!

Toward a Healthier Diet through Flexitarianism: Guest Post

by Cassidy Stockton

When Eileen contacted us about writing some guest posts for you, I was blown away by the topics she suggested. We’ll have two more topics from Eileen in the coming weeks, this first one explores Flexitarianism, something that most of us know very little about. Enjoy!

Eileen's Banana Bread uses

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