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Gluten-free wafer cookies

kes : June 19, 2014 3:22 pm : Artisan Foods, Highlights
Ruger chocolate or vanilla GF wafer cookies
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Nosegays 4ever

kes : June 19, 2014 3:06 pm : Highlights, Home & Garden
flowersNosegays by The Flower Pedaler

 

Sweet nosegays that will last forever!

You can find these in our Sundries section, by our household goodies.

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Deliciously powerful drink

kes : June 19, 2014 2:33 pm : Artisan Foods, Highlights
JinJa drinkJIN+JA

New to OA: JIN+JA contains veritable swirling pieces of ground cayenne, fresh ginger root, mint leaves, and lemon in a calming green tea…

Warming & balancing, this is the kind of drink – in the near future – you’ll want as you sit at our new parklet - contemplating the Outer Sunset seascape.

 

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Turmeric

kes : June 3, 2014 8:40 pm : Highlights, Vitamins & Supplements
Gaia Herbs Curcumin SynergyGaia Curcumin Synergy products
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What’s on your plate?

kes : April 14, 2014 11:14 am : Artisan Foods, Highlights
happy girl 1Happy Girl Kitchen Co.

 

We’re happy to tell you that Happy Girl food is back at OA!

Happy Girl, located on the Central Coast,  is deeply involved in the art of food preservation.

And they love food in a very real way.

Who wouldn’t be happy about that?

You can find local honey, zucchini bread ‘n butter pickles, honeyed pears & a few more delicious, seasonal foods on our grocery shelves…

 

 

 

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Eat glorious beans

kes : April 4, 2014 7:05 pm : Artisan Foods, Highlights
Rancho Gordo Heirloom Beans / Prepared Hominy (Posole)

The story is this: Steve Sando opened his heirloom bean shop in Napa Valley  after being fed up with using produce from thousands of miles away, or even overseas. So on the subject of beans – instead of general dried beans, what about connecting with the farmers in Mexico and  importing heirloom beans, paying the farmers a fair wage to support their living? And that’s what Steve did.

What’s the big deal – beans in a bag? I could get dried pinto beans from the bin for far less money, you’re thinking. Oh, you could. But the taste would be inferior to Rancho Gordo’s New World beans! Once you eat heirloom beans, your life will have turned upside-down. You’ll eat these beans for the rest of your life.

And we haven’t even gotten to hominy (posole) yet! Posole – a staple in many Mexican stews, sides & main dishes. If you’re thinking that this is tasteless, mushy hominy from the 1950s that your mother had to eat at the dinner table, well – don’t think that. It’s glorious, delicious, tasty dried corn!

You can visit the store in Napa. You can go to the Ferry Building in the city. Or you can stop at Other Avenues – where we have a small selection in our grocery aisle. Ask us – we’ll trot you over to the Rancho Gordo subsection.

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100% Plant- & Mineral-based Skincare

kes : April 4, 2014 3:31 pm : Body Care, Highlights
Herbivore BotanicalsHerbivore Botanicals

Herbivore Botanicals are the cleanest, highest quality and most attractively packaged new line of exciting products for the face and body -

like pink or blue clay masks, hair oil, beard tonic & bath salts.

100% vegan, from Seattle, WA.

Our favorite is the luscious hair oil - containing argan oil, rich in antioxidants.

 

(Not pictured: Bar soap and bath salts!)

 

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Soap from Brooklyn, NY

kes : April 4, 2014 3:15 pm : Body Care, Highlights
Saipua bar soap 3Saipua bar soap

Other Avenues proudly carries the hand-wrapped, handmade Saipua bar soaps.

These delicious castile soaps are scented only with essential oils, like rose geranium, blood orange and clary sage, to name just a few of the scents.

A worker favorite!

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Puddin for dessert!

kes : March 8, 2014 10:40 pm : Dairy & Frozen, Highlights
kozyshackKozy Shack chocolate pudding and tapioca pudding

A quick weeknight dessert , or really – a dessert for any time of the day!

Luscious, traditional, wholesome, simple and UTTERLY delicious.

 

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