Posts Written On April 23, 2019

Cooking Shouldn’t Be Stressful: These Tips Can Help

April is Stress Awareness Month — a perfect time to take stock of the aspects of life that bring stress and seek out ways to mitigate or eliminate them. There is one way to lower the proverbial blood pressure that comes from getting a healthy meal on the table.

Gone are the days when an evening or mid-day meal was a moment of calm in a busy day. Between work, commuting, soccer practice, and the allure of all our electronic devices, making  lunch or dinner can be a stress builder, not a reliever.

Three Bridges [] — the fresh food brand reimagining meal time with better ingredients — knows that busy schedules can make it difficult to get a healthful meal on the table. Which is why they have created filling, healthful meals that can be prepared in minutes. No more greasy fast food or boring leftovers.

Here are a few ways Three Bridges can take the stress out of meal time:


The last thing one should worry about is whether their dinner has healthy ingredients. All of Three Bridges’ meals are made simply, with familiar ingredients free from preservatives and artificial flavors because there’s no reason to sacrifice quality for convenience.


When it comes to pleasing picky eaters, it is important to have many options at your fingertips. With dozens of products to choose from and even more amazing recipes Three Bridge’s offers plenty of options to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.


Whether you’re looking for a cool and refreshing tortellini melon salad or a sweet butternut ravioli beignets’ Three Bridges’ versatile line of healthful offerings can be turned into any type of dish required.

EGG BITES: Putting FAST Back in Breakfast.

We looked at breakfast and noticed something interesting. Despite being considered the “most important meal of the day,” we either skipped this meal entirely or we’re wading through an endless sea of high-sugar or high-carb substitutes.

We decided to change breakfast forever. No more: “I didn’t have time this morning for breakfast,” or “It takes too long in the morning to make breakfast,” or “I’ll be fine with just coffee this morning.”

Ready in 60 seconds, packed with protein, low in sugar and portable, EGG BITES are here to make mornings easier…because breakfast shouldn’t be the hardest part of your day. They’re the simple, honest, better breakfast solution.

Simple Dishes: Real food fast, not fast food for lunch.

Lunch is meant to be spent relaxing. You shouldn’t be rushing out to get food and then rush back to only have 5 minutes to eat! What if there was a lunch option that allowed you to spend your valuable time enjoying lunch to the fullest, instead of wondering where the time went.

Three Bridges’ Simple Dishes are here to be your quick and healthful lunch option. Ready in under 5 minutes, packed with protein, and made without all that bad stuff (low in salt & sugar, made with hormone-free cheeses and antibiotic-free meats), Simple Dishes give you back your lunch!

The Tasty Way to get MORE Protein into your Day at dinner!

Our ravioli, tortellini, & sauces make dinner simply better, any night of the week!

Using better ingredients – like rBST-Free dairy, antibiotic free meats, and nothing artificial–Three Bridges brings you High protein in every delicious bite.

Available at your local grocery store.
Here are some great recipes!
Spinach & Cheese Tortellini Stuffing 
Ever wanted to really highlight your stuffing? Adding zesty Sausage and sweet apples bring a delightful mix to the holiday meal — adding tender tortellini to the mix is a sure-fire way to make people happy!


2 9oz-pkgs Three Bridges Spinach & Cheese Tortellini
1/2 cup celery, chopped
1 small onion, chopped
1 large apple
1 lb sausage, ground
1 tsp sage, ground
2 tbs butter, unsalted
1/2 cup stock (can use apple juice to make sweet)
1/2 tsp salt & pepper
1/2 cup breadcrumbs
1 tbsp fresh parsley, chopped fine


  1. Pre-heat oven to 350°F.
  2. In a large saute pan, combine the onion, celery, apple, sausage, butter, and sage. Cook until sausage is cooked-through, about 10 minutes.
  3. Carefully add sauteed ingredients to a 9×9″ casserole dish. Add Spinach & Cheese Tortellini, chicken broth, and salt & pepper, then gently combine. Top casserole with breadcrumbs and add to oven.
  4. Bake, uncovered, for 25-30 minutes until golden brown and internal temperature is 165°F. Let sit for 5minutes, then Serve & Enjoy!

Superfood Pesto Cauliflower Pizza

A simple make at home pizza using Three Bridges Superfood Pesto, cauliflower, Parmesan, Mozzarella, and Ricotta cheeses for a nutritious and delicious meal.



7 oz tub Three Bridges Superfood Pesto Sauce
15 to 16 oz pkg fresh pizza dough
1 medium cauliflower, florets, about 1 inch in diameter
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1 tbsp garlic, sliced
4 oz parmesan cheese
8 oz fresh mozzarella, sliced
1/4 cup ricotta cheese


  1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Place the cauliflower florets in a large saute pan or a roasting pan. Drizzle the olive oil over the cauliflower, and season with the garlic, salt, and pepper. Place the saute/roasting pan in the oven and cook for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally to ensure even roasting. Remove from the oven and sprinkle with the parmesan cheese. Let cool to room temp.
  3. On a lightly floured surface, knead the dough a few times and form it into a round flat disc. Roll or stretch the dough out into a thin 15-inch circle. Keep the dough moving on the surface so that it does not stick, dusting the dough and surface with semolina flour or cornmeal as needed. Place on a baking tray or peel if you have a pizza stone for the oven.
  4. Lightly brush a one inch border with extra virgin olive oil around the pizza.
  5. Spread 4 ounces of the Three Bridges Superfood Pesto around the rest of the pizza and then evenly distribute the cauliflower florets, ricotta and mozzarella cheeses.
  6. Bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes until the cheese has slightly browned. Remove from the oven to a cutting board and add fresh cracked pepper. Slice and serve immediately. Enjoy!

Lobster Ravioli with Citrus Chardonnay Sauce



1-9 oz pkg Three Bridges Lobster Ravioli
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp shallots, minced
1 lemon, juiced
1/2 cup chardonnay wine
1/2 cup heavy cream
1 stick or 8oz butter, cubed
1 tbsp fresh herb of choice
salt and pepper to taste
1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese (optional)


  1. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add Three Bridges Lobster Ravioli, and cook for 4 to 5 minutes until desired tenderness. Strain, toss with 1 tablespoon of olive oil, cover and keep warm.
  2. While water is boiling, combine the shallots, lemon juice, and chardonnay wine in a medium sauce pan over high heat. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to medium and simmer until liquid is reduced by half. Add the heavy cream and continue to simmer until liquid is reduced by half.
  3. Remove the simmering cream from the heat and immediately whisk in the butter cube until fully incorporated. Season with salt and white pepper to taste.
  4. Spoon citrus chardonnay sauce onto a plate, put 5 ravioli onto the top of the sauce, and sprinkle with parmesan cheese (optional).
  5. Garnish with fresh herb of choice. Serve and enjoy!
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Wild Earth Intros New Flavors of Koji Cultured Protein Dog Treats

Veterinarian-developed Good Protein Dog Snacks
now available in three varieties

Wild Earth, Inc., a startup reinventing pet food with biotech, introduced two new flavors of Good Protein Dog Snacks with Koji – banana – cinnamon and strawberry-beet. The new treats were “focus dogged” and approved by adoptable dogs at Rocket Dog Rescue, an all-volunteer nonprofit saving homeless and abandoned pets from overcrowded Bay Area shelters. 

Like Wild Earth’s original peanut butter snacks, the new products offer all ten essential amino acids plus omega 3/6/9 fatty acids and prebiotics to support healthy digestion. Bananas are a source of potassium, magnesium, and vitamins B6 and C, while cinnamon may support periodontal functions by promoting a proper balance of oral flora. Strawberries are full of antioxidants, fiber, and vitamin C, and may boost immune function. Beets are a rich source of phytonutrients to help support heart and liver function, and contain folate, manganese, potassium, and copper. 

All three new flavors are available online and in select stores, in time for Wild Earth’s appearance on the ABC hit “Shark Tank.” The episode has been scheduled to air Sunday, March 17.

“Bananas, strawberries, and beets can be healthy and fun additions to a dog’s diet, and are naturally low in fat and calories,” said Wild Earth chief veterinary officer Dr. Ernie Ward. “We’ve taken these benefits and added them to high-protein Koji for a snack without the drawbacks of pet foods derived from animal agriculture and without the harmful eco-impact.” 

“Our customers and their dogs have been asking for more flavors, and as a foster parent for Rocket Dog Rescue the opinion of all of those good boys and good girls matters a lot to me,” said Wild Earth CEO Ryan Bethencourt. “It took many treats, and many belly rubs, but we got an overwhelming wags up for the new flavors!”

Eco-friendly and renewably sourced, Koji (Aspergillus oryzae) has been used in Asian foods for millennia and is prized for its umami-rich flavor foodies – both human and canine – love. Wild Earth cultivates Koji in fermentation tanks with proprietary technology to optimize it for nutritional content, texture, and flavor, then adds healthy, familiar ingredients like flax, oats, and green tea. Because it is produced safely in Wild Earth’s laboratory, not a slaughterhouse, Koji lacks risks associated with animal-based proteins such as antibiotics, growth hormones, or other contaminants, and reduces the toll on the planet – 25-30 percent of meat’s environmental impact in the U.S. is attributed to pet food. 

Wild Earth treats are sold in five-ounce bags online at, at select brick-and-mortar retail stores, and wholesale to pet food retailers. 

About Wild Earth:

Like food innovators creating cultured meats for human consumption, biotech startup Wild Earth is developing clean high-protein pet foods that are healthier, better for the environment, and more humane than conventional products. Wild Earth is built by pioneers in cellular agriculture led by chief science officer Ron Shigeta, Ph.D., an experienced business team led by chief executive officer Ryan Bethencourt, and Dr. Ernie Ward, known as “America’s Pet Advocate.”

Investors include Felicis Ventures, Blue Horizon, Mars Petcare, VegInvest, Macro Ventures, Stray Dog Capital, Founders Fund, and Thiel Capital. The company is headquartered in Berkeley, Calif. For more information visit