The One Fund

As we are all still in shock and grieving for our fallen and hurt neighbors, we embrace positive actions to begin the healing

We all have a story about how the events of last week affected us and changed us forever.  The truth is that while most of us were quite shaken up, we were also very lucky to not be physically hurt, and for that we can be thankful.

We want to express our immense pride and gratitude for the bravery and heroism shown by our Boston neighbors who risked their own safety and rushed in to help those in most desperate need.  They did this even though it would have been safer and “smarter” to run in the other direction.  Some of the first responders were nurses and doctors who were runners finishing the marathon.  They stopped and changed into scrubs and went right to work on the spot helping victims.    We live in dangerous times but we also live amongst giants in spirit, compassion, and grit. Thank you all!

For those who were injured, now begins a long journey back to health and a new life with a diminished body.  Spirits will need years to come back as well.  And this journey will be expensive for every single one of them.

If you are able to give, please consider donating to help the victims.   The “One Fund” will start accepting applications from victims on May 15th, and will run all summer.

Please click The One Fund now, and do whatever you can to show your support and help the victims.  Let’s stand together with our community to help each other.

Weekly Menu for April 29th

Entree One: Corn Tamales + Pico de Gallo + Spanish Brown Rice
Entree Two: Ful Madames + Caramelized Onions
Entree Three: Orange Quinoa + Sweet Potatoes + Pine Nuts ++
Entree Four: Asian Stir Fry + Smoked Tofu
Salad: Arugula Salad + Roasted Pears + Pecans ++
Soup:  Spring Pea Soup
Vegetable: Sauteed Kale + Bok Choy
Juice: “Infinite Possibility” Watermelon + Beet + Coconut Water
Breakfast One: Ginger + Peach 10 Grain Cereal
Breakfast Two: Blueberry Muffins
Dessert: Peanut Butter Cookies
*contains gluten
++ contains nuts

Are you not getting enough sweets, veggies, grains, or proteins?  We are happy to do a custom add-on for you to balance our menus to your preference – or select one our menu add-ons here:

Optional Add-ons:
Espresso Brownies 3 pack  $9
Chocolate Mousse Cake $9
Chocolate Truffles $9
Bag of Greens (4 servings) $12
Bag of Fresh Fruit (6 pieces) $12
Kombu’s Famous Brown Rice (32 oz) $10
Extra Sautéed Greens $12
Mung Bean + Shiitake Congee (32 oz.) $18
Fresh Squeezed Juice (32 oz.) $18
1. Carrot + Apple + Ginger
2. Swiss Chard + Beet + Carrot + Pear
3. Beet + Grapefruit

Weekly Menu for April 22, 2013

Entree One: Lentil Brown Rice Salad + Dijon Vinaigrette
Entree Two: Barley Risotto + Artichokes + Green Olive + Crispy Lemon Seitan*
Entree Three: Falafel + Tahini Hummus + Smoky Baba Ganoush
Entree Four: Corn Pasta Bolognese
Salad: Kale Salad + Tempeh Croutons
Soup: Coconut Rice Soup
Vegetable: Roasted Beets + Sautéed Kale
Juice:  Carrot Apple Ginger
Breakfast One:  Carrot Muffins ++
Breakfast Two: Mixed Berry Chia Pudding
Dessert: Plum Rhubarb Crumble
*contains gluten
++ contains nuts

Are you not getting enough sweets, veggies, grains, or proteins?  We are happy to do a custom add-on for you to balance our menus to your preference – or select one our menu add-ons here:

Optional Add-ons:
Espresso Brownies 3 pack  $9
Chocolate Mousse Cake $9
Chocolate Truffles $9
Bag of Greens (4 servings) $12
Bag of Fresh Fruit (6 pieces) $12
Kombu’s Famous Brown Rice (32 oz) $10
Extra Sautéed Greens $12
Mung Bean + Shiitake Congee (32 oz.) $18
Fresh Squeezed Juice (32 oz.) $18
1. Carrot + Apple + Ginger
2. Swiss Chard + Beet + Carrot + Pear
3. Beet + Grapefruit

BIGGER Better Weekly Meal Plans!

We’re adding Fresh Squeezed Juice, Bigger Salads, and a 2nd Breakfast item with every weekly delivery!

Based on your incredible feedback we are making some great changes .  Many of you may have noticed juices suddenly started appearing in your weekly orders lately as we test our flavors and production capacity.  Having created some new amazing nutritious juice combinations, we will now include 32 OUNCES of juice with your order.

We also felt one breakfast item for the whole week was a tad boring, so now you get TWO.

Also we give you a 48 ounce container of salad – now 30% bigger than before.

New packaging notice

We are now using rectangular containers that ship easier and fit into your fridge easier too (so we hear).  They are bigger than before, and yes they can be recycled.   However, they are a bit more brittle therefor we cannot take them back to reuse.  Please do not worry about giving them back to us when you return your delivery bags, (they wont survive re-use in our kitchen unfortunately), so please recycle them.

Helpful hint if you want to use them at home: if you remove the food label on the cover, BEFORE you wash them, the label comes right off.  If you wash them first, the label is on for life!

Your Feedback is Always Valued and Always Welcome

Please email us with any comment, concern, complaint, or question you have any time you feel we need to know something.   Especially complaints!

We strive to satisfy each client and want to know if there is something we could improve on or if there was a specific problem you could share. NO KVETCH IS TOO SMALL!

Weekly Menu for April 15th, 2013

Entree One: Glazed Tempeh and Vegetable Crudites w Raw Cashew Ginger Lime White Bean Dipping Sauce ++
Entree Two: Mock Lobster Maki Rolls *
Entree Three: Shaved Fennel and Green Apple Salad w Citrus Mint ++
Entree Four: Green Goddess Soup
Entree Five: Spring Pea Asparagus w Forbidden Rice, Seitan
Entree Six: Pad Thai w Cilantro ++
Vegetable: Collard Greens w Indian Spiced Sweet Potatoes
Juice: “Unconditional Love”
Breakfast One: Power Bars ++
Breakfast Two: Cinnamon Apple Multigrain
Dessert: Pumkin Polenta w Spiced Apple Compote
*contains gluten
++ contains nuts

Are you not getting enough sweets, veggies, grains, or proteins?  We are happy to do a custom add-on for you to balance our menus to your preference – or select one our menu add-ons here:
Select your Optional Add-ons:
Espresso Brownies 3 pack  $9
Chocolate Mousse Cake $9
Chocolate Truffles $9
Bag of Greens (4 servings) $12
Bag of Fresh Fruit (6 pieces) $12
Kombu’s Famous Brown Rice (32 oz) $10
Extra Sautéed Greens $12
Mung Bean + Shiitake Congee (32 oz.) $18
Fresh Squeezed Juice (32 oz.) $18
1. Carrot + Apple + Ginger
2. Swiss Chard + Beet + Carrot + Pear
3. Beet + Grapefruit

Shipment Schedule: Meals are shipped or delivered on Wednesdays and Thursdays of each week.

Orders placed before 4pm on Monday of the week will be delivered the following Wednesday or Thursday. And just in case, we call every one of our new clients to review details and answer your questions.  If you love the food and wish to continue after your first week, we will deliver a weekly meal package to your home or office on an automatic basis.  That’s it! Easy, delicious, and affordable.

6 Complete Vegan Proteins

Protein is made of smaller components called amino acids, 12 of which are manufactured by the human body. Another 9, called essential amino acids, must be obtained from food.

Meat, fish, and poultry all contain these special 9 amino acids. However, when eating a plant based diet, you must be careful include the the following vegetable complete proteins so you get everything you need for good nutrition. We include them all regularly in our weekly menus.

Simply cutting back on meat without replacing the protein your body needs is not healthy, and can cause cravings and other health issues.

6 Complete Vegan Proteins:

  1. Quinoa
  2. Tofu
  3. Amaranth
  4. Tempeh
  5. Beans & Rice
  6. Teff

The foods below can be used to create protein combinations and should be used in meal planning.

Grains : Brown rice, oats (cereals – oatmeal, granola, etc.) millet, corn, barley, bulgur, wheat (including whole wheat bread, pastas, cereals, flour, etc.).

Quinoa is not a grain technically and unlike wheat or rice, quinoa contains a balanced set of essential amino acids for humans, making it an unusually

Legumes Green peas, lentils, chickpeas, alfalfa sprouts, mung beans, and beans of all kinds (kidney, lima, aduki, navy beans, soy beans and products made from them; e.g., tofu, textured vegetable protein, tempeh, soy milks), peanuts, etc.

Greens Broccoli, kale, collard greens, spinach

Nuts and Seeds Almonds, cashews, walnuts, filberts, pistachios, pecans, macadamias and nut butters made from these. Sunflower seeds, sesame seeds (including tahini butter made from ground sesame seeds), pumpkin seeds.

Weekly menu for April 8th, 2013

Entree One: Vegetable Miso Soup
Entree Two: Seitan Marsala with Mushrooms & Parsnip Puree
Entree Three: Spinach Salad w Blackberry Balsamic Reduction, Candied Tofu, Walnuts ++
Entree Four: Quinoa Picadillo w Corn, Soy Chorizo, Red Beans
Entree Five: Ginger Lime Brown Rice w Greens
Entree Six: Eggplant Ratatouille w Roasted Cauliflower and Root Veggies
Vegetable:  Roasted Pumpkin, Bok Choy, Green Goddess Juice
Breakfast: Granola and Sour Cherry Soy Cream
Dessert: Double Chocolate Espresso Brownies
*contains gluten
++ contains nuts

Schedule:
Meals are shipped or delivered on Wednesdays and Thursdays of each week.
Orders placed before 4pm on Monday of the week will be delivered the following Wednesday or Thursday. And just in case, we call every one of our new clients to review details and answer your questions.  If you love the food and wish to continue after your first week, we will deliver a weekly meal package to your home or office on an automatic basis.  That’s it! Easy, delicious, and affordable.

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