Summer Entertaining for Plant Based and Meat Eating Guests
Summertime, and the grillin's easy. Whether you're entertaining a family of fully plant based guests or you're expecting company with large appetites and preferences all across the board, here are my few tips to keep everyone full, happy and ready for seconds: As a best practice, always grill any veggies first before any animal products and use separate grilling tools and serving utensils to avoid any potential cross-contamination Invest in labeling! Since most BBQs are family-style, tent cards or labels for each dish as vegan or vegetarian will help eliminate any confusion for your guests while you are busy hosting or manning the grill. Intimidated by creating...
Today is the day! We have officially launched smoothies, our coolest product category yet. After tasting our lineup of 9 flavors, our resident dietician, Charlotte Martin weighed in on why they’re so awesome: When evaluating the nutritional quality of a new product I take a look at both the nutrition facts label, specifically the fiber, protein, and added sugar content, and the ingredients list. I first look for added sugar content, and, if there is any, I’d like to see sugar listed towards the end of the ingredient list. When it comes to smoothies, I’d look for little to no added...
Better Than Fresh: Why Frozen Food is the Future
Here at Mosaic, we love frozen food. At first, that may sound crazy. So much of the frozen food that’s on the market today is unhealthy, unsatisfying, or filled with preservatives. And as a result, the entire frozen industry in the U.S. is stigmatized. Think about it: when was the last time you genuinely enjoyed — and felt good about — eating a frozen meal? But when we at Mosaic started researching the details, we realized things don’t have to be that way.
Meet Mosaic: Making Healthy, Satisfying Food Accessible to Everyone
Mosaic started back in 2018, when we (co-founders Matt and Sam) were searching for a better way to eat. As busy New York professionals, we were painfully aware of the trade-offs between health, convenience, price, and taste when it came to our food. No matter where we looked, we couldn’t seem to find all four of these elusive virtues in one package. The healthiest of our meals were the most time-consuming — and the most expensive. The tastiest were the worst for our health. And the most convenient were bland and repetitive. We knew there was a better way, and we decided to find it.