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

To place Café orders call (231) 346-2852 
Monday - Saturday 7:30am-9:00pm | Sunday 9:00am-9:00pm


Good Food

Good Food, Tips, Suggestions, etc.

Good food is really important to us. We think good food means fresh, local, and organic or sustainably raised and that's why we have been working with local farms and vendors for many years to bring you the best products our region has to offer. Here we present practical information about a variety of cooking related topics, seasonal eating, and just plain good food.


How to Deseed a Pomegranate
There is an easy, mess-free way to obtain pomegranate seeds.


How to Cook Grass-Fed Beef
Grass-fed beef is leaner than conventional beef and requires extra care when cooking.



How to Achieve Creaminess Without Dairy

You don't have to deprive yourself of creamy textures with these foods.


How to Eat More Vegetables
Delicious and sneaky ways to get more veggies into your loved ones


A few ideas of what to do with the most prolific veggie in the garden.


Salad Days
How to prep your fresh salad greens and vinaigrette recipes.


Cooking with Herbs
Learn about a few common cooking herbs and how to use them.


Cooking with Wooden Spoons
Why do some recipes specifically call for wooden spoons?

Berry Delights

Berries are nutritious and refreshing all on their own and in recipes.


Incredible Eggs
Eggs are nutritional powerhouses and easy to prepare in a variety of dishes.


How to Cook Tempeh

Tempeh is a fermented soybean product with a meaty texture.



Greens, Greens, and more Greens!

Greens are tasty, nutritious, and easy to prepare. A few tips on greens with recipes.


Cooking with Whole Grains, Beans, Nuts, and Seeds
Grains, nuts, seeds, and beans all have phytic acid, an antinutrient that keeps them from germinating until the right conditions are met. Learn how to decrease phytic acid.


Grilling Tips

What would summer be without grilling? A few tips to make the most of the season.


Cooking with Sprouted Grains
Presprouted grains are more digestible. Learn more about these great products.



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Breads at Oryana

Delivered Daily

Bay Bread
Old Mission Multigrain
Stone House Bread
Pleasanton Bakery
9 Bean Rows
Third Coast Bakery

Oryana's Own:
Quick Breads
Wheat Sandwich Bread
WF Sandwich Bread
WF Vegan Flaxseed Bread