PCC Taste September 2011

PCC Taste

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From our recipe box

Two simple ingredients

Lentils and quinoa: Unlock endless meal possibilities throughout the year with these two rich and affordable sources of protein.


Celebrate organics

September is National Organic Harvest Month. Learn more about PCC’s roots in the organic industry. Also check out our Top 10 reasons to buy organic.


Start the school year with PCC Healthy Kids

We're making it easier for kids to eat healthy by introducing them to fresh, nutritious foods that taste great.


Quality meats for your sandwiches and wraps

Look to PCC for additive-free turkey, pastrami and other sliced meats just right for your sandwiches, wraps and appetizers.


Back to School Immunity Boost

Play offense against the annual barrage of back-to-school germs with these simple tips to boost your immune system.


Ask the Nutritionist

Breakfast protein choices

PCC Nutrition Educator Nick Rose provides a variety of hearty, wholesome options suitable for vegans and any omnivore.


Four ways with fresh figs

Sweet and sultry, fresh figs are a decadent treat to savor every September.


Energy packed

Learn guidelines to help you select the best energy bar for your needs, whether it's satisfying hunger or refueling after a long run.


Quick and easy

Sweet Corn Bisque

Fresh corn takes center stage in this delicious, savory soup.


What's in store

PCC Organic Chicken, locally raised in Mt. Vernon, Wash.; all kinds of apples including local, organic Galas and Honeycrisps; gluten-free lotions, creams and body butters.


In the kitchen with Lynne

Enjoy a slice of Warm Pear and Hazelnut Tea Bread right out of the oven or toasted with a little honey or butter.


Chatterbox

Hot topics from our social media pages, including the recent PCC Road Trip to Eastern Washington farms, subscribing to our podcasts on iTunes, and finding our stores on Facebook.


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