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March 01, 2012 Source Health Magazine By Bethenny Frankel
Amy’s Kitchen, the nation’s leading manufacturer of frozen organic food, has expanded their line to include refried beans and salsa. Wonderful in wraps, tacos, burritos, or as a dip for tortilla chips, wholesome Mexican meals can be made in minutes with the addition of these new healthy kitchen staples. Our staff loved the authentic flavor of the Organic Refried Pinto Beans with Green Chiles, made with onions, green peppers, tomatoes, chiles, garlic and seasonings.
Thank you, thank you for creating a wonderful veggie burger! Our family (husband, myself and 5 young children) have given up dairy and are in the process of becoming vegetarian. My husband said he likes meat and wouldn't give it up...but after one taste of the Texas veggie burger and breakfast/black bean burritos, he is open to having meatless meals now! This is very important as he has high cholesterol and triglycerides...also, his fit-looking, active 63 year-old father just had a 5-way bi-pass last November. Our kids like to call veggie burgers "krabby patties" (minus the cheese) like SpongeBob, the cartoon character, orders at the "Krusty Krab" on the TV show. All five kids ages 18 months to 11 years-old like the taste of Amy's Texas Veggie Burger. We wish they came in bulk at Costco so we could serve them at BBQs this summer. Boca burgers from Costco contain dairy and aren't tasty.
Thanks again! Kim Currier