Building on the centuries old recipe of our traditional pinole, we knew we could supercharge its amazing health benefits even further. And so we went on the hunt to find ingredients that would be the perfect complimentary fit
When the weather gets cooler, there’s nothing like a hot breakfast to warm the heart and prepare you for a busy day. Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you have to settle for a dreary breakfast.
Traditionally, bananas Foster is made from bananas caramelized and flambéed in rum and brown sugar, then served over vanilla ice cream. It’s delicious, but probably not an ideal breakfast.
Here at Native State Foods, our mission is to put real, wholesome nutrition back into our food system. So we work hard to create simple, plant-based foods that you could have eaten hundreds of years ago.
From Aztec messengers to the current-day “Running People,” pinole is an ancient food with timeless nutrition. First consumed by the Aztecs (and even shared with starving Spanish explorers), pinole is also known for its connection to the Tarahumara.
Everyone knows and loves the taste of fresh blueberries and perfectly-ripe bananas—but these common fruits also have impressive nutritional clout.
Eating healthy is most challenging in the morning, when sugary lattes and frosted scones tease our sleepy brains.
We have some exciting news! Purely Pinole™ has been selected as a top finalist to receive the 2015 SupplySide CPG Editor’s Choice award at SupplySide West 2015.
Eight months ago, Angela and I realized we were running the wrong race. Our definitions of happiness and success were measured by hours worked, money made, and things bought.