Konzelmann Farms We use only locally sourced, certified organic soybeans. Our farmers face many challenges and the work they do is crucial to us. Learn about our current soybean supplier below: "We are a 2000-acre family owned and operated farm that specializes in growing and processing organic crops. We have been growing and processing certified organic crops at our Wyoming, Ontario farm since 1999. As an organic farm, we work to produce high quality grade foods and seed for the national and international organic market. We value the land on which we live and grow our crops, and we strive to work with the soil by using only organic fertilizers and methods to help the earth maintain its rich nutrients and growing capabilities. We are also proud to offer…
This marinade and baked tempeh recipe is a truly healthy and delicious meal for everyone! Our Soy Kasha Tempeh is a perfect option for this wonderful vegan dish, adding a wonderful deep flavour from the organic whole buckwheat (gluten-free by the way!). We recommend this tempeh recipe in a wrap or a sandwich, or garnish with chopped cilantro and serve as a side with rice and beans. Alternatively, use one of our other flavours and see which you love the most! (more…)
We here at Henry's Tempeh LOVE our podcasts; we often have one show or another playing throughout our shop. Which is why we were very excited to find out that we were featured on Prescription for Flavour this past week. Hosts Jennifer and Adam put together an amazing episode and really made us blush when discussing our product, which they seemed to really enjoy! Show Description: Hosts Jennifer PhD, E-RYT of NaturalJenn.com and Adam of KookChannel.com come together to share in their love of food and health. Each week they discuss how food affects us physically, mentally and socially. Learn something new, discover a new food you just can't live without and share in some laughs along the way.
Excellent article. Of course, we still love and eat tofu! "Although a little higher in calories, tempeh is less processed than tofu, and it's healthier in general because it contains more protein and fiber than tofu. If you've never tried tempeh, you can find it at most health food stores (it's refrigerated). Incorporate this soy product into your recipes by crumbling it up and adding it to soups, salads, casseroles, or pasta sauces. Tempeh adds a chewy consistency to your dishes along with extra protein and fiber." Read the full article from Pop Sugar at http://www.popsugar.com/fitness/Difference-Between-Tofu-Tempeh-1034188
Our Euro-Frigo Ford is struggling to start because it is SO cold out there! Will some of that sun please shine on our beautiful van please? Winter Tip from the NRC: "a cold engine burns more gas and produces more tailpipe emissions. That’s why idling for 10 or 15 minutes to warm up your car isn’t such a hot idea — you’re polluting and burning more gas than you would be if you were driving. It’s better to just get in and drive until the car reaches it’s proper operating temperature" UPDATE: Our trusty neighbourhood mechanics came right over and got us on the road in no time! Thanks Sullivan Automotive!
Ever wondered what 6 tonnes of certified organic soybeans looks like? And yes, this is a picture from our brand new food processing facility located at 65 Trillium Park PL in Kitchener! Tomorrow marks our 2 month anniversary in production; it has been truly amazing! We'll share more pictures in the coming months.