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Nuts about nuts? So are we!

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The farmers markets are back in full swing around our home province of BC, and with them comes an abundance of fresh local produce. One of the things we love to get at this time of year is fresh salad greens! If you’re looking for a way to make your lunch or dinner salad a… Read more »


Comforting Cashew Cream of Squash Soup

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When I woke up this morning the thermometer told me it was -28˚C outside, brrr! Digging through my recipes for something hot, satisfying, delicious and easy to make for dinner, I remembered this recipe, which fits the bill perfectly. If you have a hankering for soup, give this recipe a try. I’ve made it a… Read more »


Wild Rice and Cashew Salad

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With the weather getting warm, cool meals are getting more and more popular, and salads of all kinds often hit just the right spot. After trying this recipe for the first time I was hooked. I usually make large batches, as it keeps well refrigerated, making it perfect for gatherings, potlucks. Give this recipe a… Read more »


Triple Citrus Electrolyte Drink

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With the beautiful spring weather having arrived, many are taking full advantage, spending time outdoors and active. It’s important when you’re active for more then a few hours to give your body something to keep it performing the best it can, and this drink is just the thing! Chia seeds have received a lot of… Read more »


Spiced Date Smoothie

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There are many reasons smoothies are so popular. You’ll often hear people talk about how quick and easy they are to make and the never-ending variety of flavour combinations. Most smoothies are made with a fruit and berry base, sometimes with fresh greens added in, which is generally thought of as a warm-weather flavour combination…. Read more »


Mango & Fig Smoothie

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While I know most smoothie lovers usually use fresh or frozen fruit, reconstituting dried fruit is another great alternative, especially in the winter months when fresh fruit is hard to find and can be very expensive. The other benefit to using dried fruit is that you can buy in bulk (wholesale ordering is coming up… Read more »


Cashew Parsley Dip and Spread

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This recipe is one we often love to share as a demo at our Harvest Events. Due to how popular it’s been, we wanted to make sure everyone got a chance to make it! Anything we use for demos has to be simple and taste great. You also need to be able to make a… Read more »


Breakfast Rice Pudding

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Thanks to Jenafor for submitting this tasty recipe, we love to hear how people use our products in the kitchen. If you have a recipe using Rancho Vignola products, get in touch with us! You can submit your recipe on our website in the recipe section by clicking this link. We hope you try this… Read more »



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Posts Tagged: vegan

Nuts about nuts? So are we!

Posted by & filed under article, recipe.

The farmers markets are back in full swing around our home province of BC, and with them comes an abundance of fresh local produce. One of the things we love to get at this time of year is fresh salad greens! If you’re looking for a way to make your lunch or dinner salad a… Read more »


Comforting Cashew Cream of Squash Soup

Posted by & filed under recipe, video.

When I woke up this morning the thermometer told me it was -28˚C outside, brrr! Digging through my recipes for something hot, satisfying, delicious and easy to make for dinner, I remembered this recipe, which fits the bill perfectly. If you have a hankering for soup, give this recipe a try. I’ve made it a… Read more »


Wild Rice and Cashew Salad

Posted by & filed under recipe.

With the weather getting warm, cool meals are getting more and more popular, and salads of all kinds often hit just the right spot. After trying this recipe for the first time I was hooked. I usually make large batches, as it keeps well refrigerated, making it perfect for gatherings, potlucks. Give this recipe a… Read more »


Triple Citrus Electrolyte Drink

Posted by & filed under recipe.

With the beautiful spring weather having arrived, many are taking full advantage, spending time outdoors and active. It’s important when you’re active for more then a few hours to give your body something to keep it performing the best it can, and this drink is just the thing! Chia seeds have received a lot of… Read more »


Spiced Date Smoothie

Posted by & filed under recipe.

There are many reasons smoothies are so popular. You’ll often hear people talk about how quick and easy they are to make and the never-ending variety of flavour combinations. Most smoothies are made with a fruit and berry base, sometimes with fresh greens added in, which is generally thought of as a warm-weather flavour combination…. Read more »


Mango & Fig Smoothie

Posted by & filed under recipe.

While I know most smoothie lovers usually use fresh or frozen fruit, reconstituting dried fruit is another great alternative, especially in the winter months when fresh fruit is hard to find and can be very expensive. The other benefit to using dried fruit is that you can buy in bulk (wholesale ordering is coming up… Read more »


Cashew Parsley Dip and Spread

Posted by & filed under recipe.

This recipe is one we often love to share as a demo at our Harvest Events. Due to how popular it’s been, we wanted to make sure everyone got a chance to make it! Anything we use for demos has to be simple and taste great. You also need to be able to make a… Read more »


Breakfast Rice Pudding

Posted by & filed under recipe.

Thanks to Jenafor for submitting this tasty recipe, we love to hear how people use our products in the kitchen. If you have a recipe using Rancho Vignola products, get in touch with us! You can submit your recipe on our website in the recipe section by clicking this link. We hope you try this… Read more »