Product: Sweet Earth Natural Foods
Burritos: The Curry Tiger, The Kyoto, Big Sur Breakfast, and The Anasazi
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About Sweet Earth Natural Foods: Sweet Earth Natural Foods vegetarian burritos are packed with real vegetables and ancient grains, combined with amazing international flavors. High protein and low fat, every burrito is an intentional blend of plant-based protein, ancient grains, fresh vegetables and efficacious herbs and spices. A delicious combination of worldly and local. Here are the details on 4 of their burritos:
- The Curry Tiger: A blend of lentils, curried seitan, red peppers, potatoes. Spiced with turmeric, cinnamon and cardamom.
- The Kyoto: A Japanese-style blend of adzuki beans, edamame, baby bok choy, baby spinach and ginger.
- Big Sur Breakfast: A delicious blend of roasted red peppers, potatoes, smoked seitan bits and seasoned tofu.
- The Anasazi: A smoky blend of green chilies, anasazi beans, butternut squash, chipotle seitan and ginger.
The One Green Planet Verdict: We tried four of Sweet Earth’s vegetarian burrito flavors and enjoyed every bite!
These burritos are not your typical store-bought freezer section fare. Each burrito offers a choir of flavors in every bite. The ingredients taste fresh and the seasonings are spot on. We especially enjoyed the texture of the tofu or seitan in each burrito.
The Kyoto is such a unique and unexpected burrito! It is almost like a stir-fry wrapped up in a tortilla. All of the ingredients meld so well together and the edamame adds a great texture.
The Anasazi is a great burrito to enjoy on a fall afternoon. The butternut squash and chipotle seitan are a great marriage.
The Curry Tiger has a beautiful aroma when you bite into it. The cinnamon and cardamom leave your senses wanting more.
But our favorite flavor was the Big Sur Breakfast burrito. A burrito cannot go wrong with potatoes, and the smoked seitan and seasoned tofu make for a delicious protein source.
With 11-17 grams of protein and up to 6 grams of fiber per serving, we definitely recommend giving these tasty and nutritious burritos a try!
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We absolutely LOVE your burritos!
All five of us including my three children absolutely loved ‘Sweet Earth’ burritos.
Each of the four flavours was surprisingly delicious and our unanimous favorite is the Anasazi. There’s nothing negative we can say about these high quality burritos because they are just deliciously wonderful! ‘Sweet Earth’ burritos are the best burritos we ever had and my children want them for school lunch everyday.
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I tried Curry Tiger, Big Sur Breakfast, Anasazi and Kyoto burritos.
Curry Tiger: I have to say I was a not a fan of curry until I tried this burrito. It has all my favorites - lentil, red pepper and potatoes. I loved it and the curry is delicate and complements the flavors well.
Big Sur Breakfast - This burrito has roasted red pepper, potatoes, tofu and seitan. This was so filling and had such a mild flavor perfect for breakfast.
Kyoto - adzuki bean, edamame, bok choy, spinach and mushroom make this burrito satisfying and I like comfort food. I loved all the ingredients so I loved this one.
Anasazi - how could I not love any burrito with chipotle and chili beans? This was my favorite burrito. Maybe because it has traditional ingredients but I love spicey food and butternut squash is one of my favorites.