Mr. Buck’s Vidalia Sweet Onions

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SWEETEN THE SEASON WITH VIDALIA® SWEET ONIONS

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SWEETEN THE SEASON WITH VIDALIA® SWEET ONIONS

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A family legacy in every bag!

Mr. Buck’s provides the sweetest Vidalia onions grown in Cobbtown, Georgia during the spring and summer. This family-owned farm has been perfecting sweet onions for the last 35 years and prides itself on growing the highest-quality onions for you to enjoy. Each crop is harvested by hand, cleaned and sorted meticulously to ensure only the best arrive at your kitchen. This uniquely sweet variety is only available from April to August, so grab yours before their gone!

Grown and Harvest with Care!

Shuman Farms works tirelessly to bring you the best Mr. Buck’s® Vidalia onions every season and it all begins with the seeds and soil! Every seed is dropped meticulously into sandy loam Georgia soil at specific depths and weather conditions to ensure they stay in place. This high-quality soil is what gives them their unique, addictingly sweet flavor. As they grow, they are trimmed and translated with care to allow for more room to grow and protect them from inclement weather. Each onion is clipped by hand, cured and hand-packed to ensure freshness from the farm to your kitchen.

The Mr. Buck’s Difference:

  • Grown with sustainable farming practices
  • Consistently crisp and sweet every season
  • Packed with essential minerals
  • Delicious when used raw or cooked
  • Perfect for roasting, atop salads or on the grill



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    How to Cut Mangos

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    Learn how to slice & dice juicy mangos!

    Become a mango pro with these simple tips and tricks to ensure you get every sweet, juicy bite from these tropical faves. While there are a variety of methods to cut a mango for your morning smoothie or a refreshing afternoon snack, we’ve broken it down into four easy-to-follow steps just for you!

    Choose mango-nificently!

    Before taking this mango-chopping crash course, let’s learn how to pick ’em! A mango is ripe and ready to be enjoyed when it has a light, fragrant aroma and gives to gentle pressure when squeezed. Depending on the variety, a mango’s color doesn’t always determine ripeness! The best way to know when it’s ready to enjoy is by the firmness and sweet aroma.

    Step 1:

    Mangoes have an oblong seed running through the center that’s about 1/4-inch in width. Make your first slices alongside the center seed, creating two halves.

    Step 2:

    Gently make vertical slices in each half, being careful not to pierce the skin on the other side.
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    Step 3:

    Once both halves have vertical slices, cut the flesh in a grid-like pattern, making small squares without slicing through the skin on the other side.
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    Step 4:

    At this point, you can use a spoon to gently scoop between the flesh and the skin to pop out the cubes or you can use your hands to push the skin from underneath the flesh, creating a hedgehog-like effect. If your mango is ripe enough, you may be able to salvage a bit from the seed. Use a small paring knife alongside the seed and the skin to remove a little more goodness!
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    How to store mangos:

    Once you have sliced or diced your mangos, you can use them right away or store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for about five days. They also freeze extremely well and make a delicious addition to smoothies or can be used as ice cubes in your favorite mocktail! To freeze: Be sure to spread your mango chunks on a baking sheet or cutting board to flash freeze before placing them into a freezer bag or container to prevent them from sticking together. Once they are hard enough, transfer them to your container of choice and freeze for up to six months.

    Test your new skills with these recipes full of mango goodness!


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    Easy Turkey & Black Bean Taco Bowl

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    Five Berry Dessert Recipes

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    The berry best desserts are brimming with the season’s freshest picks!

    Delight your tastebuds with an indulgent dessert crafted with a variety of scrumptious berries. Blueberries, strawberries, blackberries and raspberries are some of nature’s sweetest treats that are equally nutritious, too! Berries are a natural, low-calorie food packed with antioxidants, fiber and essential vitamins like vitamin C and K. So go on and enjoy a dessert (or two!) filled with wholesome berry goodness.

    No bake chocolate tart

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    Vegan Chocolate Cheesecake Tart

    A rich and creamy vegan chocolate tart with a gluten-free crust, a deliciously fruity layer all topped with fresh berries for a decadent dessert.

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    Strawberry Balsamic Shortcake Cake

    Strawberry Balsamic Shortcake

    Say goodbye to traditional shortcake! This upgraded recipe is full of flavor with a unique twist featuring Sprouts Organic Balsamic Glaze and layers of vibrant strawberries.

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    Raspberry Chocolate Chip Sorbet

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    Raspberry Chocolate Chip Sorbet

    Brighten up your day with this easy-to-make sorbet! With only four ingredients, it’s a perfectly simple treat the whole family will love.

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    Paleo Blueberry Crumb Bars

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    Paleo Blueberry Crumb Bars

    These Paleo blueberry crumb bars have all the delectable flavors of a blueberry pie packed into convenient bars without grains, gluten or dairy!

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    Blackberry Cheesecake

    Blackberry Cheesecake

    This creamy cheesecake made with a fresh blackberry swirl and a buttery crumb crust is a perfect dessert for any occasion.

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    Taste of the Tropics

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    Taste the goodness of unique tropical fruit!


    Explore a delicious variety of the most vibrant tropical fruit and bring home a little taste of the tropics. To help you decode their rather intimidating appearance, we’ve put together a few tips and tricks to help you enjoy all the goodness these fruits have to offer.


       

    Feeling inspired? Give these tropical recipes a try!


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    Dragonfruit Smoothie

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    Golden Berry Crumble

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    Guac this Way

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    Guacamole goodness, just the way you like it!

    Whether you enjoy it chunky or creamy, spicy or sweet, it’s easy to combine your favorite flavors into a game-day guacamole. While there’s nothing wrong with the classic mashed avocado, why not mix it up with a tropical flair or pull inspiration from your garden? Grab some tortilla chips and get dippin’ with these five guacamole recipes.
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    Classic Guacamole:

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    Ingredients:

    • 2 lrg. Hass avocados, diced
    • 1 Lime, juiced
    • ½ Red onion, diced
    • 1 Jalapeño, or more if you prefer spice
    • 1 Garlic clove, minced
    • 1 handful Fresh cilantro
    • Salt and pepper, to taste
    • Sprouts Yellow Corn Tortilla Chips

    Instructions:

    1. Add all ingredients, except tortilla chips, to a food processor and pulse until desired consistency is reached.
    2. Serve with Sprouts Yellow Corn Tortilla Chips and enjoy.

    Fiery Guacamole

    Ingredients:

        • 2 lrg. Hass avocados, diced
        • 1 Lime, juiced
        • ½ Red onion, diced
        • 1 Habanero pepper, or more if you prefer spicier
        • 1 Garlic clove, minced
        • 1 handful Fresh cilantro
        • 1 tsp. Cumin
        • 1 tsp. Cayenne pepper
        • 1 tsp. Red pepper flakes
        • Salt and pepper, to taste
        • Sprouts White Corn Tortilla Chips

      Instructions:

        1. Add all ingredients, except tortilla chips, into a food processor and pulse until desired consistency.
        2. Serve with Sprouts White Corn Tortilla Chips and enjoy.

     

    Bowl of guac with ingredientsGarden Guacamole

    Ingredients:

        • 2 lrg. Hass avocados, diced
        • 1 Lime, juiced
        • ½ Red onion, diced
        • 1 Jalapeño (optional), finely diced
        • 1 Garlic clove, minced
        • 1 handful fresh cilantro, freshly chopped
        • 1 sm. handful Fresh basil, roughly chopped
        • 1 cup Kale leaves, stems removed and finely chopped
        • 1–2 Roma tomatoes, diced
        • Salt and pepper, to taste
        • Sprouts Ancient Grain Tortilla Chips

    Instructions:

    1. In a mortar or large bowl, mash avocado using pestle or fork.
    2. Stir in the rest of the ingredients, except for the chips.
    3. Serve with Sprouts Ancient Grain Tortilla Chips and enjoy.
         

    Tropical Guacamole

    Ingredients:

      • 2 lrg. Hass avocados, diced
      • 1 Lime, juiced
      • ½ Red onion, diced
      • 1 Jalapeño (optional), finely diced
      • 1 Garlic clove, minced
      • 1 handful fresh cilantro, freshly chopped
      • 1 cup Pineapple, diced
      • 1 cup Mango, diced
      • Salt, to taste
      • Sprouts Plantain Chips

    Instructions:

    1. In a mortar or large bowl, mash avocado using pestle or fork.
    2. Stir in the rest of the ingredients, except for the chips.Serve with Sprouts Plantain Chips and enjoy.
           

    Bowl of guac with ingredientsSouthwest Guacamole

    Ingredients:

    • 2 lrg. Hass avocados, diced
    • 1 Lime, juiced
    • ½ Red onion, diced
    • 1 Jalapeño or serrano pepper, finely diced
    • 1 Garlic clove, minced
    • 1 handful fresh cilantro, freshly chopped
    • ½ cup Corn, roasted (optional)
    • ½ cup Black beans
    • 1 tsp. Cumin
    • ½ tsp. Cayenne pepper
    • Salt and pepper, to taste
    • Sprouts Blue Corn Tortilla Chips

    Instructions:

    1. In a mortar or large bowl, mash avocado using pestle or fork.
    2. Stir in the rest of the ingredients, except for the chips.
    3. Serve with Sprouts Blue Corn Tortilla Chips and enjoy.
         

    Celebrate Citrus!

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    It’s citrus season!

    Winter days become a little sweeter when you peel open a bright, juicy citrus that fills the room with a refreshing scent. With over 20 different citrus varieties, like super sweet Sumo Citrus Mandarins, fragrant Meyer Lemons and snackable Kumquats, you’re sure to find your zest one yet!

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    Celebrate Citrus

    Sumo Citrus®

    With a rich history dating back to 1970s Japan, these oversized mandarins were bred to combine the easy-to-peel, Japanese Satsuma with the sweet, juicy California orange. Sumo Citrus® have a bumpy, loose peel and sport a topknot with a perfectly balanced, sweet citrus flavor.

    Tangelos

    This delightful variety is best enjoyed when freshly peeled and eaten out-of-hand as a zesty snack. They have sweet-tart flesh with an extra juicy bite. Choose ones that are heavy without any blemishes for a perfect pick.

    Cara Cara Navel Oranges

    These oranges—a special varietal of navels—are very low in acid, so their sweet, slightly complex berry-like flavor really comes through. They are typically bright and glossy, with a surprising slight rosy hue to the flesh. Cara Caras oranges were first discovered in the tropics of South America in 1976.

    Raspberry Orange

    The Raspberry Orange is the most colorful of all the blood oranges with deep red flesh. Their distinct flavor is slightly sweet with a subtle hint of raspberry.

    Pink Lemons

    These unique lemons are easily identifiable by their rind, which has green and off-white stripes. Once they’re cut open, their flesh is beautifully pink with a wonderfully fragrant flavor.

    Mandarins

    This tiny-but-mighty fruit is naturally seedless and easy to peel. The sweet, juicy flesh is packed with antioxidants, vitamin C and fiber. Use the small pieces atop a fresh salad for a pop of color and flavor.

    Meyer Lemons

    A delicious cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange, this citrus variety has a light, floral flavor with a pleasantly sweet-sour bite. Meyer lemons are ideal for baking and adding freshness to a variety of recipes.

    Kumquats

    Bursting with tart, vibrant flavor, this bite-sized citrus fruit has a thin, edible rind making them perfect for an on-the-go treat that’s packed with nutrients.

    Vintage Navels

    These oranges are grown from heirloom navel oranges, but that is where the similarity to the navel oranges ends. Their higher sugar levels lend to a luscious aroma and the ultimate, perfect orange sweetness.

    Valencia Oranges

    These medium-sized oranges provide a great amount of sweet-tart juice making them perfect when creating an at-home marinade or dressing!

    Now that you know how to pick ’em, give these recipes a try!

    Winter Citrus Crunch Salad

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    Sweet Chili Orange Tofu

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    Sumo Citrus Chia Seed Pudding

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    Juicing Made Easy

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    Get ready to squeeze the day!

    Wondering how to get those recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables into your daily diet? Juicing may be the answer! When you juice fruits and vegetables, you typically have to use more of the produce: Instead of eating one stalk of celery, you’re juicing several stalks of celery, which means you get more of the phytochemicals and micronutrients that make juicing so beneficial.

    Keep in mind…

    One drawback to juicing is that the process removes the fiber that can help you feel fuller longer and helps keep digestion in check. When you start juicing for the first time, keep it low on sugar! Strive for a healthy mix of mostly veggies with a bit of fruit for a sweet variety of nutritional benefits. A four-ounce serving of fruit juice is equivalent to a whole serving of fruit. So add in all the greens you like with a bit of fruit for a balanced refreshment full of goodness.

    Power up with nutritious add-ins

    Another great way to boost flavor and nutrition without excess sugar is to find simple add-ins. Try a little earthy turmeric root for its curcuminoids that lend powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to your drink. Ginger will add a spicy zip to your sip and promote better digestion. A dash of cinnamon adds great flavor and is high in antioxidants.

    Sip on these scrumptious juice blends!

    Organic Thanksgiving Recipes

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    Gobble up organic goodness this Thanksgiving!

    Crafting an organic holiday spread has never been easier … or tastier! With thousands of organic items to choose from, we make it easy to find everything you need and more to enjoy an organic meal this season. These five delicious Thanksgiving recipes are sure to leave everyone at the table stuffed.

    Organic Lemon Rosemary Roasted Turkey

    Organic Lemon Rosemary Roasted Turkey

    Serve a delicious organic turkey this holiday that’s bursting with traditional flavors like rosemary, cloves and lemon.

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    Organic Savory Stuffing

    Savory Stuffing with Organic Bone Broth

    Homemade stuffing is easy to make and packed with fresh, savory flavor for your Thanksgiving spread!

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    Organic Pecan Tart with Maple Whipped Cream

    Pecan Tart with Organic Maple Whipped Cream

    These pecan tarts pack all the rich flavor of a full-size pecan pie in an easy-to-enjoy size! They’re topped with homemade, maple vanilla whipped cream for the perfect touch of sweetness.

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    Organic Orange Cranberry Sauce

    Orange Cranberry Sauce with Organic Cane Sugar

    This vibrant, tangy cranberry sauce couldn’t be easier to make! It’s made with fresh orange juice and zest, plus zingy ginger for a flavor-packed bite.

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    Organic Brown Butter Maple Roasted Carrots

    Organic Brown Butter Maple Roasted Carrots

    Tender sliced carrots are tossed in a rich maple glaze and roasted until crispy! They’re simple enough for a weeknight meal or holiday side dish.

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    Thanksgiving Recipes For All Dietary Preferences

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    Cook up a Thanksgiving spread for everyone at the table!

    The holiday season is upon us and that means family, friends and loved ones alike will be gathering together to enjoy a meal full of goodness. And with a wide variety of guests, comes a wide variety of dietary needs! Don’t let a few restrictions overwhelm your menu—you got this! We have everything you need to complete a gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, Paleo or keto Thanksgiving feast to satisfy everyone at the table this holiday!

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    Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Butternut Squash with Pecans

    Roasted Brussel sprouts and hearty squash are combined with creamy goat cheese and crunchy pecans for a scrumptious side dish.

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    Parmesan Frico with Salami

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    Parmesan Frico with Salami

    Crispy Parmesan cheese crisps are sprinkled with fennel seeds and topped with uncured Genoa salami for a simple appetizer.

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    Vegan Apple Cranberry Crisp

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    Vegan Apple Cranberry Crisp

    The distinctive fall flavors of apples and cranberries come together to make this delicious vegan and gluten-free crisp—perfect for a holiday dessert or brunch!

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    Sugar-free Pumpkin Pie

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    Sugar-free Pumpkin Pie

    This modified recipe has all the best flavors of pumpkin pie, without all the sugar! It’s easy to make and perfect for those following a keto or gluten-free diet.

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    Paleo Vegan Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

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    Paleo Vegan Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

    These easy-to-make bars are perfect for a Friendsgiving feast and require no baking for a deliciously simple fall treat.

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    Creamy Vegan Au Gratin Potatoes

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    Creamy Vegan Au Gratin Potatoes

    Decadent, creamy potatoes are a perfect addition to your plant-based meal! They’re full of flavor, made with minimal ingredients and are sure to be a crowd-pleaser!

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    Comparing Apples to Apples

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    Did you know?

    There are hundreds of different apple varieties grown in the U.S., and new ones are being discovered all the time. As the major crops come in, Sprouts may carry up to 20 different types of apples, including organic, throughout the season, but in many cases the availability is limited, so you have to act fast! Apple sweetness, texture and uses can vary depending on the type of apple. We’ve rounded up some tips and tricks to learn more about your favorite apple varieties, including some unique ones too!

    A few core facts:

    1. Apple skin contains about 2/3 of their dietary fiber.
    2. Apples can pick up the flavors of other foods around them, so store them away from cabbage and onions.
    3. One 9-inch apple pie generally requires about two pounds of apples (six, medium-sized apples).
    4. One bad apple can indeed spoil the whole barrel! Don’t keep bruised or rotting apples nearby other apples.

    Here are some of the unique varieties to look for this season:


     

    Now that you know how to pick ’em, give these recipes a try!

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    Apple Brie Flatbread with Walnuts and Honey

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    Gluten-Free Glazed Apple Cinnamon Muffins

    Gluten-Free Glazed Apple Cinnamon Muffins

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