21 May 2013

Product Review: Lisa's Organics Frozen Vegetables

As vegans, it can be tough to find frozen vegetables that include sauces or additional flavoring. While we vegans love our vegetables, sometimes we like to spice them up and play around with sauces. Now and then, we want our side dishes to be a little more exciting and it’s nice when we don’t have to go the extra mile ourselves.

With Lisa’s Organics frozen vegetable side dishes, this is made possible. For $3.49 per bag, busy people like myself can get a quick but delicious meal on the table in five minutes. While I prefer to serve my frozen vegetables with a main dish, these vegetables also make a great addition to a vegetable wrap or can be used in fajitas or risotto. You can also add them to pasta, salsa, or whatever else sounds delicious. The possibilities are endless. Plus, each bag of vegetables is recyclable.

Vegans can choose from three different varieties of Lisa’s Organics frozen vegetables, and all are sold in more than 300 retailers nationwide. Choose from Southwest Vegetables in Ranchero Sauce, Whole Green Beans in Garlic Olive Oil Sauce, and California Vegetables in Balsamic Glaze. The Green Beans in Garlic Olive Oil Sauce are also gluten-free.

Lisa Organic’s cares and you can feel great about buying their products. In 2012, Lisa’s Organics created Garden to Hospitals, a program dedicated to teaching kids about the importance of healthy eating. All Lisa’s Organics products contain certified organic vegetables and are grown in rich, protected solids in the United States and Canada.

For more information on Lisa’s Organics or to find out where you can buy your bag of delicious frozen vegetables, please visit http://www.lisasorganics.com/.

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