Product how-to guides

Choosing the right cooking oil

This guide will help you choose the right oils for baking, sautéing and frying — and explain which ones are healthiest used raw.

A guide to natural sweeteners

It’s easy to make your favorite sweet treats with a variety of natural sweeteners. Some of the best choices may be new to you, others may be in your kitchen already.

Healthy and sustainable seafood

At PCC, we’re committed to providing a variety of delicious and healthful seafood choices.

Food sensitivies and allergies

This guide will help you shop around your sensitivities and steer you to options that will help you feel nourished and satisfied.

Baking with gluten-free flours

If you're allergic or sensitive to gluten — or if you simply choose to avoid gluten — you still can enjoy delicious baked goods using gluten-free flours.

Choosing and cooking with beans

Beans are among the healthiest, most economical, versatile and delicious foods. They’ve nourished us for thousands of years and are winning new fans every day.

Choosing and cooking whole grains

Whole grains and seeds are excellent examples of healthful complex carbohydrates. Their bran, germ and endosperm are intact and not removed by a refining process, so all their natural vitamins, minerals, fiber and protein remain.

The health benefits of nutritional oils

Nutritional oils are a natural supplemental source of essential fatty acids that every body needs for good health.

Choosing and preparing rice

Explore PCC's wide array of rice, each variety of white, brown, black or red with its own unique shape, texture and flavor that makes it just right for certain dishes.

Choosing healthy soy foods

Soybeans are high in protein, minerals, vitamins E, B1 and B2, essential fatty acids including omega-3, and potentially healthful isoflavones — without any cholesterol.

The benefits and uses of tempeh

Tempeh is a tender, chewy cake made from whole soybeans or a mixture of soybeans, grains and seeds.

Choosing and preparing tofu

Low in calories and packed with protein, tofu can be a nutritious addition to many recipes.

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