The Harvest Market Bulk Department offers a wide variety of raw and roasted nuts and seeds, grains, peas and beans. We also stock dried fruits, flours and baking items, snacks and sweets and a growing assortment of house-made snacks and mixes to enjoy with your family and friends.

Our bulk department strives to maintain high standards in freshness and quality and always offers organic and non-GMO products when they are available. To do this we are constantly learning about trusted sources, which are often small vendors and farms that adhere to the same type of standards that we do. It is an exciting thing for us to form bonds with these businesses because we can then offer the best bulk foods we can find to our customers. view more

  • Summertime Smoothies

  • Turmeric Carrot Cake Energy Bites

  • Kale-Stuffed Portobellos with Millet

    Mushrooms are a source of vitamin D, which is linked to a sunny mood. Underappreciated millet (a whole grain) provides protein, B vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium and zinc. The millet may look a bit wet at the 20-minute mark, but if you let it rest, covered, for 10 minutes, it should absorb the excess liquid….

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  • Beet-Raspberry Lentil Bowl

    Happiness in a bowl! Lentils are a good-mood superstar, offering blood-sugar-moderating fiber, energizing iron and calming magnesium. Antioxidant-rich purple foods and berries promote mental clarity. Beets’ abundant folate increases blood flow to the brain and relaxes blood vessels. If you like, add goat cheese for a good balance of carbs, fats and protein, plus added…

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  • Fruit-Topped Chia Pudding

    Chia seeds are packed with protein, fiber, antioxidants and calcium. Adding liquid gives the seeds a consistency similar to tapioca. Almond extract and fruit lend this meal a dessert-like flavor, without any added sugar. Ingredients: • ½ cup chia seeds • 2 cups unsweetened vanilla almond or coconut milk • ¾ teaspoon almond extract •…

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  • How to Make Muesli

    Muesli is a great alternative to expensive packaged cereal, and it’s filled with fiber, protein and flavor. Eat it with yogurt, almond milk or dairy milk, and you’ll stay full all morning. Ingredients: 3 cups old-fashioned, gluten-free rolled oats 1 cup sliced almonds ½ cup unsweetened coconut flakes ½ teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons olive oil…

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  • Ricotta-Stuffed Apricot Bites

    Not only is dried fruit delicious, but as a preservation method, it reduces food waste. Dried fruit also creates year-round harvest seasons, making for a more sustainable agriculture model for many fruit farmers. Ingredients: 30 dried apricots 5 tablespoons ricotta cheese 2 teaspoons pure maple syrup ¼ cup roasted pistachios and/or peanuts, finely chopped Directions:…

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  • Naughty or Nice Seasoned Nuts

  • Rose Petal Rice Pudding

    Using a cleansing amount of rose water, this Rose Petal Rice Pudding is both fragrant and sweet. Ingredients: 1 cup uncooked red or jasmine rice 2 cups water 8 cups whole milk ½ cup slivered or coarse chopped almonds ¼ cup raisins (soaked in warm water) Pinch of saffron 1 teaspoon ground cardamom ¼ cup…

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  • Tridoshic Mung Dal Kitchari

    Kitchari is known as a seasoned mixture of rice and mung dal is a basic dish in Ayurvedic cooking. Combined with coconut, cilantro, fennel seeds and other ingredients, this healing dish is packed with flavor. Ingredients: ½ cup whole green mung beans ½ cup split yellow peas (split yellow mung dal) 1 cup uncooked red…

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