On a recent trip to Tulum, Mexico, we were excited to see that The Real Coconut, a beachside spot inside the Sanara Hotel right on the main hotel drag, had a big sign out front indicating that the restaurant was gluten- and lactose-free.
Yes, 479 Popcorn is certified gluten-free. And it’s made in San Francisco. But what does 479 mean, anyway? It’s the temperature that Jean Arnold, 479 Popcorn’s founder, says is the optimal level of heat for popping corn. This Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef just might be right.
Sonoma, California is a huge foodie town. This makes perfect sense since wine and fine dining go together. In addition to a Safeway and Whole Foods, Sonoma Market is a great place for stocking your pantry. This local grocer is the place to buy the mayo to accompany your deli-sliced, free-range chicken.
Enlightened bean crisps are made by roasting broad beans in sunflower oil and sprinkling them with sea salt and other seasonings. For those of you watching your waistline, there are 100 calories per one-ounce serving. Enlightened bean crisps are also certified vegan, gluten free, non-GMO, OU kosher, and wheat-free. Keep reading for a flavor roundup and a discount code!