Serving the Ann Arbor community since 1979, we offer local and organic produce; fresh Michigan grass-fed beef, pork, lamb and poultry; fresh, sustainably-harvested seafood; an extensive, hand-picked wine and beer selection; the area's freshest, home-made deli salads, soups and entrees; and, breads and sweets from SE Michigan's finest bakeries. The freshest foods, naturally-good grocery selection and our knowledgeable nutrition staff will keep you coming back! Click to view our Healthy Savings! flyer, and check the Newsletter section on the bottom right of this page for a monthly coupon. Hungry now??? Check out our hot soup menu and sandwich ideas.
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Schwartz Farm Pasture Eggs - What makes them different?
These eggs are not the same farm eggs sold at market, and are unlike any in town. Abe keeps two small flocks just for us, and feeds these birds only his own oat grasses and a certified organic mineral supplement. After that, it's whatever they can find while roaming. NO CORN! NO SOY!! These eggs have thick shells and a deep-orange yolk - loaded with the good stuff!
|Fiber is critically important|
Fiber is critically important to keep the bowels moving and to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels. It seems that Flax has many benefits so it is a wonderful choice. Flax has the ability of disarming the negative effects of excess estrogen. It is also rich in lignin and essential fatty acids which sooth irritations and moisturizes the intestinal tract. The bulk provided helps give weight to stools so that colonic action is stimulated. Flax seeds also contain good levels of magnesium and vitamin E. Be sure that you grind your flaxseed just before using to prevent oxidation or rancidity. Refrigerate whole seeds as well as processed flaxseeds and oils for added benefit of stability. Go easy if you have not added flax to your diet previously, a little bit with plenty of water is a great way to start – or if you prefer just add some to your yogurt or your morning cereal. Flax goes well with berries mixed in a shake…be sure you chew the seeds completely before swallowing. ... more