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Helen’s Kitchen

Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 9:16 am
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Helen’s Kitchen is named after Helen Moore, the mother of founder Stephen Moore.  She is “the pioneer of the first fully-flavored frozen Tofu Steaks on the market.”  Helen’s Kitchen foods are certified organic and GMO free.  They make a line of frozen meals that feature Helen’s Tofu Steaks. Entrees include: Bay Island Plantain, Thai Green Curry, Vegetarian Enchiladas, Cheese Enchiladas, Thai Yellow Curry, Thai Red Curry, Mac and Cheese, Farfalle and Basil Pesto, Indian Curry, and Pasta Primavera.  Their line of meat alternatives include Organic Veggie Chorizo and Organic Veggie Ground.  They make six different kinds of Burritos including a Breakfast Burrito, a Vegetarian Ground Beef with Veggies, and more.  Their line of bowls come in seven varieties including Korean Noodle Bowl, Baja Pinto Bean Bowl, Veggie Potstickers Bowl, and more.   You can also try their Pizza Pasta Melt or their Spinach Lasagna Melt.  You can buy Helen’s Kitchen products through their website.  Products are sold in bulk quantities of a 6 pack, 8 pack, or 12 pack.  Prices range from about $30.00 to around $35.00.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Helen’s Kitchen products are vegetarian, which means that they do not contain meat.  Many people choose to be vegetarian because they do not want to eat animals, and because a vegetarian diet is healthy.  Tofu is made from soybeans.  According to LiveStrong, soy tofu is high in protein. It might help lower the risk of heart disease by reducing “bad” cholesterol.  Tofu also contains an isoflavone called phytoestrogen, which is believed to help prevent breast cancer and endometrial cancer, and to reverse the bone loss from osteoporosis.  Helen’s Foods has its headquarters located in Irvine, California.  Sign up for the Simple Health Newsletter that Helen’s Kitchen produces to learn more about living the Simple Health lifestyle.

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