Have you heard about Salba? Salba is a little known grain grown exclusively in Peru and is the richest whole food source of Omega-3 fatty acids and fiber found in nature. It is high in antioxidants, protein, calcium and iron, and provides over 2,700 mg of Omega 3’s and over 4,100 mg of dietary fiber per 12g serving. Gram for gram, Salba has six times more calcium than whole milk, three times more iron than spinach, and fifteen times more magnesium than broccoli.
The Salba Smart line includes All Natural Whole Wheat Tortillas, 100-calorie Bite Size Organic Tortilla Chips, Pretzels made with organic flour in Sticks and Thin Twisted, and USDA Organic Tortilla Chips in White Corn, Blue Corn and Yellow Corn flavors. Salba Smart also offers Organic Salsa in Mild, Medium and Hot flavors. All products contain 0g of trans fats, and are gluten free (except tortillas and pretzels) and Certified Non GMO.
I've tasted the tortilla chips, pretzels, and salsas and the flavors are excellent.
If you want to learn more about cooking and baking with Salba Smart’s Whole Grain and Ground Salba, you can visit www.salbasmart.com for recipes and more information. Salba Smart can be found at Whole Foods Market, Vitamin Cottage, Wegman’s and other natural foods stores. It can also be ordered online at efoodpantry.com or www.amazon.com.
Gratitude Gourmet is also giving away a Package of Salba Snacks which will include chips, pretzels, and salsa.
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If you win a package of Salba snacks, how would you serve Salba at your next party?
7/8/2009 07:00:26 am
Had not heard of it b\4. Thanks for sharing, sounds like some good stuff!
7/8/2009 12:11:54 pm
Well it looks like I would be pulling out my chip & dip bowl if I won. Love salsa & chips. Haven't heard of these but sure would love to try them.
7/8/2009 03:47:10 pm
I've never heard of salba. It sounds wonderful & nutritious, & I love the variety of products. I don't know that I'd need anything else besides the chips & salsa for this to be a party hit. Big bowls for dipping, & maybe a side of guacamole for variety!
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