Oryana Natural Foods Market
Oryana Natural Foods Market
260 East Tenth Street | Traverse City, MI 49684 | (231) 947-0191

Monday - Saturday 7:30am-9:00pm | Sunday 9:00am-9:00pm
 

Bulk Specials

Bulk Specials for July

The following items are 15% off:

  • almond date rolls
  • coconut ribbons
  • shredded coconut
  • chocolate cherries
  • pumpkin seeds
  • brazil nuts
  • sprouted almonds
  • slivered almonds
  • tamari almonds
  • cacoa nibs
  • pine nuts
  • hemp protein powder
  • maple cranberry walnuts
  • Himalayan pink salt
  • grey celtic sea salt
  • vitamin c fruit slices
  • swiss trail mix
  • gluten-free oats
  • coconut flour
  • mung beans
  • roasted cashews
  • dragon fruit
  • coconut sugar
  • black lentils
  • freekeh
  • kamut
  • chocolate pecan granola
  • ancient grain granola
  • gluten-free granola
  • freezed dried strawberries

The following item is 10% off this month

Local Dried Cherries

On Sale through August 4

Equal Exchange Black Silk Espresso $8.99/lb
Hummus mix $4.99/lb
Tabouli $4.99/lb
Felafel $3.99/lb

The following items are on sale this month through Co+op Deals (price per lb)

Through July 21
mind body soul coffee $8.99/lb
apricots $10.99/lb
pistachios $9.69/lb
garbanzo beans $2.39/lb

July 22 - August 4
Thompson raisins $3.69
peanuts $3.99
grind your own peanut butter $3.99
medjool dates $6.69
red quinoa $5.39
white quinoa $5.99
love buzz coffee $8.99
midnight sun coffee $8.99

Bulk Tip: Quinoa

Quinoa is a grain that comes from the Andes Mountains of South America. It was one of  the three staple foods of the Inca civilization along with corn and potatoes.
Quinoa contains more protein than any other grain; it’s a complete protein, unlike other grains, with an essential amino acid balance close to the ideal. Quinoa is versatile and very easy to cook. It only takes 15 minutes to cook quinoa, vs. 55 minutes for brown rice. Oryana carries white and red quinoa. Both have the same nutritional value.

Basic recipe for making quinoa:

2 cups water        
1 cup quinoa 
¼ teaspoon sea salt

  1. Place quinoa, water, and salt in a 1-½ quart saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer, cover, and cook until all the water is absorbed, about 15 minutes.
  2. You will know that the quinoa is done when all the grains have turned from white to transparent, and the spiral-like germ has separated. Makes 3 cups. Use it as you would rice, as a side dish or in pilafs.


 

 

 

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Stone House Bread
Pleasanton Bakery

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Pretzel Bread
Challah
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GF Sandwich Bread
GF Vegan Flaxseed Bread
 

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