TRUE NATURE KITCHEN DOING BUSINESS UPVALLEY
True Nature Kitchen is now distributing its high-prana raw food and drink at the kiosk in the Ute City Building, the Aspen Club and Roxy’s in Aspen.
True Nature Kitchen is a division of True Nature Healing Arts in Carbondale.
True Nature Kitchen’s raw, cold-pressed juice offerings are prepared using 2 to 3 pounds of fresh, organic ingredients. The list of offerings includes juice blends such as Refreshing Cucumber Lemon Apple, Carrot Turmeric, Sprouted Cashew Chai Milk and Young Organic Coconut Rehydrate, a statement from the company said.
Requests for clean food have expanded True Nature Kitchen’s offerings, including warmed vegan and vegetarian meals and soups. Chefs Pam Davis and David Avalos have developed a large selection of high-prana raw packaged meals: zucchini noodles with raw marinara, cashew nut Alfredo and arugula pesto, raw falafels and quinoa tabouli as well as raw lasagna and cashew ricotta-filled raviolis made from coconut-based pasta sheets. There also are vegan foods prepared with heat such as Brussel sprouts and mushrooms with Dijon walnuts, roasted stuffed acorn squash and falafel patty sandwiches on gluten-free breads.