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Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:34 am
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Casbah makes natural Mediterranean foods.  Their recipes have been perfected by generations of cooks who are passionate about good food that is healthy.  They have a line of Mediterranean Specialties that include Tabouli Garden Wheat Salad Mix, Falafel, and Hummus Garbanzo Bean Dip Mix.  The Organic Couscous from Casbah includes CousCous Nutted with Currants & Spice, Roasted Garlic & Olive Oil CousCous, Wild Forest Mushroom CousCous, and Lemon Spinach CousCous.  Try their Rice Pilaf, Spanish Pilaf, or Saffroned Jasmine Rice or their Original CousCous or Organic Whole Wheat Cous Cous.  They also sell Tahini, Toasted CousCous, Gyros, Falafel, Baba Ganoush, and Hummus.  According to their website, their prices range from a little over $5.00 to a little over $7.00, for a two pack of product.

Foods that are labeled as organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  There is no added sulphite in their dehydrated spinach.  Some say that sulphites affect allergies.  Casbah does not put MSG into any of their foods.  It has been said that MSG can cause some people to have headaches, (and other symptoms).  Vegetarians and vegans can enjoy all of Casbah’s foods.  They are made 100% animal-free ingredients.  Tonight, why not “visit the Mediterranean” for dinner?

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