If you don’t already think I’m freak enough for being vegan (yes, I know some of you do) well, here’s your chance to confirm it as I’m about to share my love for these “Raw” snacks made by Freeland Foods. (The company and their philosophy sound amazing, too.)
Honestly, they are so yummy – and you can feel pretty guilt free when you’re eating them. They’re Raw (which means they’re all live and dried under 105 degrees most under 98 degrees), organic, they have no cholesterol, no trans fats, no GMO’s and are all handmade by a family owned business – a little bonus here.
My favorite product is the “Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds”. Oh my gosh, they are so yummy! You can eat them by the handfuls, sprinkle them on salads, top baked potatoes with them and do anything else you can dream up. They’re delicious!
The “Go Raw” company makes many products from sprouted seeds, flax snacks, super chips, cookies and CHOCOLATE! I haven’t tried the chocolate yet, but I will be on the hunt this weekend as it’s handmade with raw organic cacao and raw organic agave nectar. I’m pretty sure I’ll find it in Whole Foods, but if not, I’ll order it on their site. I’ll keep you posted on this one.
So, if you’re looking for a little treat, that’s different than your usual snack attack, consider buying a bag of these and trying them.
And, no, they’re not paying me to say this – in fact, they have no idea who I am. I’m just doing a little sharing of something I love and hoping you’ll do the same.
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Ok…you talked me into it! I’m going to their site now! And I don’t think you’re a freak! :)
Wow, thanks for mentioning this! I’m always looking for raw snacks that are easy! :-D
I love the pumpkin seeds too (even before I went vegan last week :) ). I’m going to check out the chocolate too.
oh, yummy yummy! i love sprouts and such SO much, but for some reason, women with lupus aren’t supposed to eat them! i’ve been warned by every doctor, but no one can tell me why!
Um, eating them won’t make me want to wear organic cotton, berkenstocks and hug trees, will they?
Not that there’s anything wrong with, um trees.
haha..nope, no tree hugging allowed…there’s bugs on those things :)