Author: the Wild Bunch
When we decided to make kimchi, we didn’t aim to reinvent Korea’s most famous condiment. We followed our mission of creating a healthy, plant-based version.
This brussel sprouts salad recipe can be a main course or a side dish, adding some super health benefits to any meal.
Use this kimchi marinade on steak or tofu, but definitely use it. Our Yum Yum Bowl is filled with the goodness of rice and veggies to slay hunger.
When we eat, we’re not just feeding ourselves. We’re also feeding our gut. Get the lowdown on the microbiome and how it works for our health.
A common dumpling hailing from China, wontons are filled with meat or seafood and various veggies. Our spin includes the flavorful addition of Arame Ginger sauerkraut.
When you eat something, it doesn’t mean your body is absorbing the goodness it provides. Learn about the bioavailability of food nutrients.
This quick, super tasty wildbrine kimchi dip unites our Japanese Kimchi with creamy hummus to form a perfect party union.
Usually, when we hear probiotics, we think gut health. But there’s growing evidence for how weight loss and good gut bacteria work together.
Perfect for picnics or for a filling and fast weeknight meal, this pasta salad can be assembled with whatever protein floats your boat.