Supplements are vital for filling the gaps, ensuring a well-balanced diet, but it’s a simple fact that nutrients are best absorbed through food. “Food as medicine” is far from a fringe movement, though that doesn’t mean it should taste medicinal. If we can have cake made of cauliflower and noodles made of zucchini, why can’t we turn everyday meals into more flavorful, more powerfully nutritious dishes? Enspice is on a mission to end childhood malnutrition by putting essential vitamins and minerals back where they belong: In food.
We’re talking about naturally sourced, plant-based seasonings and spices enhanced with a boost of potent superfoods, not synthetic supplements. Things like maitake mushrooms, kelp, chlorella, kale, sunflower seeds, and more are what bolster the profile of these spicy sprinkles. One teaspoon of any of the six bold, piquant blends contains 50% of the FDA daily values.
Unlike more fragile, volatile ingredients, these spices are designed to withstand the heat of cooking or baking, so you’ll get the full benefit of those nutrients no matter how you put them to use.
Their statement about eradicating malnutrition is more than just hot air, too. The Enspice Children’s Foundation was created first to feed malnourished children around the world. Each purchase donates one meal for a child in need. You’re feeding yourself and your family well, AND making an impact on those less fortunate at the same time- As if a nourishing, flavorful home cooked meal wasn’t enough to feel good about.
Open up your spice rack to make room for the full fleet. Use them just as you would to season any of your favorite recipes. If you’re not sure where to start, aside from the obvious here are some of my favorite uses so far:
- Snickerdoodle Cookies
- Overnight Oatmeal
- Cinnamon Sugar Toast
- Cacio e Pepe
- Lemon Pepper Tofu
- Toasted Marcona Almonds
- Crunchy Roasted Chickpeas
- Tex-Mex Rice
- Grilled Seitan Skewers
- Spicy Ketchup
- Chipotle Gingerbread
- Corn on the Cob
- Potato Salad
- Jackfruit Crab Cakes
- French Fries
- Tofu Scramble
Variety is the spice of life, but spices themselves can enhance the quality of your life, too. Shake things up, and shake it on everything! What’s your favorite way to get spicy these days?
Right now, you can get 10% off Enspice seasonings & spices with the code MOMSMEET. This offer expires 12/30/20.
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What a wonderful idea!
Those spices look interesting! What caught me is that it can withstand the heat of cooking or baking. I want to try them but I am not sure if I can get it here in NZ
Oh good point, I’m not sure about their shipping capabilities, but it might be worth reaching out! If not now, I hope they should be available world wide before too long. I’d hate to think that anyone would miss out.
Ohhh craving your tofu scramble… thanks for the reminder and introducing us to this new spice company.
Yum, great inspiration and I am craving a tofu scramble now too. Thanks!