At Bare Cuisine, we believe that the quality of ingredients used in our dishes plays a crucial role in promoting health and well-being. That’s why we always strive to use fresh, whole foods that are minimally processed and sustainably sourced.
Our ingredients glossary is designed to help you understand the nutritional value and health benefits of the foods we use, as well as provide guidance on where to find them. From nutrient-dense superfoods to healing herbs and spices, we cover a wide range of ingredients that are essential for creating delicious and nourishing meals.
Stay tuned for updates and new additions to our ingredients glossary, as we continue to explore the latest research and developments in the world of nutrition and wellness.
Agave Nectar – a natural sweetener derived from the Agave plant that has a low glycemic index and is a popular alternative to sugar
Almond Milk – a non-dairy milk made from ground almonds and water, often used as a substitute for cow’s milk
Avocado – a nutrient-dense fruit high in healthy fats, fiber, and potassium
Chia Seeds – tiny seeds high in fiber, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids, often used as a thickening agent in recipes or added to smoothies and baked goods for added nutrition
Coconut Oil – a versatile oil with a high smoke point, often used in cooking and baking for its unique flavor and health benefits
Quinoa – a protein-rich grain that is gluten-free and a good source of fiber, iron, and magnesium
Turmeric – a bright yellow spice with anti-inflammatory properties, often used in curry dishes and golden milk lattes
Spirulina – a blue-green algae that is high in protein, antioxidants, and essential vitamins and minerals, often added to smoothies and energy bars for added nutrition
Nutritional Yeast – a deactivated yeast often used as a cheese substitute in vegan recipes, high in protein and B vitamins
Hemp Seeds – small seeds high in protein, fiber, and essential fatty acids, often added to smoothies and salads for added nutrition.