Old-fashioned comfort food, brought to life with forward-thinking ingredients. We slow cook tempeh in a tangy barbecue sauce, then pair it with smoky, sauteed collard greens and a pilaf featuring one of our favorite ancient grains, millet, which is rich in trace minerals and fiber. Black eyed peas—a Southern food staple—give this hearty meal an extra dose of protein and iron, while sliced almonds provide healthful fat and a little crunch. Savory, spicy, and sweet!
1 servings per container
Serving size (429g)
Amount per serving Calories
Your comfort food fix is also a good source of plant-based calcium, thanks to tempeh and greens that supply 20% of your recommended daily value of this essential mineral. Calcium supports heart, muscle, and nervous system function, and it’s essential for maintaining a strong bone matrix. As an added bonus, the bowls are rich in Vitamin K, which may complement calcium in supporting skeletal health.%
Percent Daily Value (DV) is a guide to the nutrients in one serving of food. DVs are based on a 2,000-calorie diet for healthy adults. Please see our disclaimer for further information on nutritional information.
Your comfort food fix is also a good source of plant-based calcium, thanks to tempeh and greens that supply over 20% of your recommended daily value of this essential mineral. Calcium supports heart, muscle, and nervous system function, and it’s essential for maintaining a strong bone matrix. As an added bonus, the bowls are rich in Vitamin K, which may complement calcium in supporting skeletal health.
Collard greens, carrots, and almonds provide you with Vitamins A, C, E, and selenium, all of which serve as antioxidants—aka, anti-agers. Antioxidants help to combat oxidative stress, which contributes to cellular aging. Athletes take in more oxygen through exercise than most people, so they may benefit particularly from antioxidant-rich foods.
Our barbecue bowls are high in Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, and folate—B-vitamins that play an essential role in converting food to energy. Exercise stresses the body’s energy-producing pathways, which may enhance athletes’ B-vitamin requirements.
|Full Spectrum Protein:||
With 33 grams of broad spectrum protein -- fermented tempeh, millet and greens all contribute -- this classic southern dish packs a serious punch.
Thanks to an array of vegetables, millet, and tempeh, our barbecue bowls supply you with many of the key nutrients associated with a strong immune system. These include zinc, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E. One bowl provides over 25% of your daily recommended zinc and 30% or more of these other immune-boosting vitamins, helping you to stay resilient in the face of stress.
Thanks to the power of plants—millet and tempeh, that is—the bowls are a rich source of isoleucine, leucine, and valine, three branched chain amino acids that aid in muscle growth and repair.