Wednesday, January 11, 2012

New at Wheatsville this week!

                                                                            Stahlbush Island Farms Organic Black Barley,
Organic Wheat Berries

Stahlbush Island Farms introduces two new additions to their line of frozen legumes and grains: Black Barley and Wheat Berries. These two notoriously long-cooking grains are fully cooked and ready to eat—just warm and add to hot cereals, salads, stir fries, or any dish desired. All of Stahlbush’s grains are organically grown in the USA, are Non-GMO Project Verified, and are packaged in biodegradable bags.
Find them in our frozen department.
10oz, Reg. $2.29

Munkebo Farm Quail Eggs

Quail eggs are tan with dark brown speckles, and offer a taste and nutritional profile similar to that of the chicken egg. The yolk of a quail egg is usually a darker orange than typical commercial chicken egg yolks, with a higher yolk-to-white ratio. One-third the size of a large chicken egg, their small size makes them a good food for children. Our quail eggs come from Munkebo Farm, a permaculture farm located in Manor, Texas. 
10ct, Reg. $6.99

Fruitables Pet Food Digestive Supplements

Fruitables utilizes nature’s gifts of fruits and vegetables to balance palatability, calorie control, and satiety in foods that your pet will love. These specially formulated supplements contain over 90% fresh pumpkin or sweet potato blended with soothing herbs, dietary fiber & vitamins to create an ultra low calorie balance of soluble and insoluble fiber and selected nutrition to support healthy digestion and weight loss. Replace up to 10% of your pet's current food with Fruitables (supplemental feeding only); proven in university studies to reduce hunger between meals. Recommended for dogs and cats.
15oz, Reg. $3.79

Texas Sake Company Organic Sake

Austin-based Texas Sake Company, the first independently-owned saké maker in the US, is producing the first ever saké made from Texas Rice. Building on Texas' long tradition of rice growing, the rice used in Texas Sake Company's saké is a variety grown from Japanese seed that arrived here more than 100 years ago. Their sakés are the first certified organic Saké Kura in North America, and the first organic alcohol made in Texas. You can try the Rising Star, a cloudy Nigori-style, and the Whooping Crane, a clear Tokubetsu-style, this Saturday (1/14, 2pm-5pm), when Texas Sake Company will be offering a tasting of their wines at Wheatsville!  720ml, Reg. $38.49

Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye IPA

Ruthless IPA, Sierra Nevada's newest seasonal beer offering, is a complex ale for the tumultuous transition to Spring. Bright and snappy, this IPA offers loads of piney, grapefruity hops up front, followed by a supremely creamy mouth feel, peppery rye spice and a clean, brisk, bitter hop finish. Get it while it lasts!

12 oz, Reg. $1.49; 6pk, Reg. $8.49

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