Since today is National Nut Day, we’re bringing to you this great write-up by long-time Rancho Vignola customer, and retired naturopathic doctor, Dr. Brenda Gill. She’s outlined ten health-related reasons to incorporate more nuts into your diet, and a very tasty gluten-free Savoury or Sweet Nut & Seed Loaf recipe at the end!
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Today we are excited to share a Rancho Vignola secret (no longer!) recipe for the most amazing dry-roasted macadamias you’ve ever tasted. A Vignola family and staff favourite, everyone is excited when we bring these dry-roasted macadamias to our facility!
It’s that time of year again! With the fall harvest right around the corner, we have some crop news updates for you on hazelnuts, pistachios and a variety of fruit. Keep reading for full details.
Rancho Vignola is excited to introduce you to one of our new and unique sponsored athletes – and an artist: Claire Dibble. Claire is an incredible artist, photographer, writer and adventurer currently living in Golden, BC.
Aside from providing an excellent opportunity for puns, dates also pack a nutrient-rich punchline, high in minerals and fibre. They make for an excellent quick snack on the trail just as they are. Or gussy them up like I have in this Lazy Energy Bars recipe.
Another season has come to an end, a season filled with highs, some lows, new adventures and lots of things to keep working on. Amidst all the travel and changing scenery, one thing remained constant: I always ran out of dried peaches before the end of my trips.
Winter is here and the ski season is kicking off in Canada! I’ve been busy as usual this year with both skiing and school, and can’t wait for the racing to begin. These past few months of training have been pretty incredible.
Are you a vegetarian? Are you looking to incorporate more plant-based meals and snacks into your routine? If so, nuts, seeds and dried fruit might just become your new best friend! What is a vegetarian?
Welcome to another harvest season of The Best of the New Crop! We know many of you, like us, have been suffering with the smoky skies for weeks now. Fortunately, it’s nowhere near as bad as the deadly fires experienced in Southern California and parts of Europe.
It is rhubarb season! Rhubarb is a wonderful perennial plant to have in the garden – so easy to grow and care for. If you have an abundance of rhubarb and no time to use it, you can easily chop up the stalks and freeze it for later use, but let’s talk about some delicious and… Read more »