Literally translated as “mixed rice,” this vegetarian take on a popular Korean dish packs a spicy punch.
At 130 calories per generous four-bite serving, they taste richer than they actually are.
Simply knead the packet before pouring it into your cup of joe for a morning drink that doubles as breakfast.
A hot drink that will help you slumber instead of keeping you up.
Up your hot drink game with these handmade marshmallows.
A sprouted and roasted barley that has a nutty, earthy flavor
Packed with 22 grams of plant-based protein from quinoa and hemp seeds per 4.5-ounce serving.
These paleo flapjacks are totally gluten-free and boast a respectable 6 grams of protein per two-cake serving.
It’s like the fresh stuff, but without the weight.
We think salsa makes everything taste better.
Say goodbye to midday sugar crashes.
We were originally put off by the bright green color, but the fruit flavor won us over.
You don’t need to lug a stove to enjoy a hot meal on a short getaway with Omeals’ self-heating packets.
Who would have thought you could have pulled pork in 10 minutes that tastes almost as good as if it cooked in a crock pot all day?
They may not be well-known in the U.S., but people have been snacking on lupini beans since the Roman era.
We loved the salty goodness on sweat-fests in the Grand Canyon.
Go ahead and make pasta sauce, risotto, stew, or soup with less risk of it bubbling over or burning.
This personal cooking system heats water fast and saves fuel.
With this new model, the company added a 2600mAh battery pack so you can store energy while cooking and charge your gadgets later.
One of our favorite mugs just got a little better.
Long-handled utensils for eating out of meal pouches aren’t new, but this one offers a multitasking twist.
Most everyone can appreciate a strong double espresso to begin the day—or, a three-finger pour of the good stuff to end it.
Everyone likes a nonstick pot, but no one likes harming the environment.
We used the leakproof and airtight vessels for everything from coffee creamer to pancake batter to frozen first-night meals.