Come experience the Natural Life with Wildwood

Wildwood began as a small deli in San Francisco in 1978 and has grown into a premier company of natural and organic food products, focusing on manufacturing and marketing the highest quality of meat and dairy alternatives, as well as dips and spreads. Rooted in the healthy trend of not following trends, check out Wildwood’s all-natural and organic foods

We asked 15 bloggers to try the Wildwood product line and share creative ways to incorporate them into family meals. Try these tasty recipes and learn how you could win a $100 VISA gift card!

The Wildwood Foods Sweepstakes run from 10/1/2013 through 10/31/2013 and is only open to individuals who, at the time of entry deadline, are legal residents of the United States and are 18 years or older. Click here to read the official rules. Winners will be randomly selected from all eligible entries. Good luck!

Kimchi Party: Wildwood Bento Box Dinner

Don't you just love a good party? Not one of those gatherings where everyone gets together and sips wine and eats cheesecake (although, standard parties do have their place)...but one of those parties where you show up, and it's just pure surprise. Where the meal isn't just sit down and use a fork. It's stand up, or cross your legs on the floor, or lay on a picnic blanket, and let's do something different. That's a good party. A little bit of surprise. A lot of good food....more

Wildwood SprouTofu Teriyaki Stir-Fry over Soba Noodles (PLUS GIVEAWAY!)

I don't know what the cool kids were doing in 1995. My friends and I were thrift shopping for old man pants and cropping our sweaters, driving around in an old BMW, listening to Ween, Matthew Sweet, Luscious Jackson, and Beck, and hanging out at beaches, parks, marinas, and bird sanctuaries of shoreline Connecticut. I tinted my hair with henna I bought at the health food store. I loved wandering its aisles and reading the hand-lettered signs, finding bundles of sage, essential oils, and incense....more

Double Stack Vegan Bean and Mexican Crumble Tostadas (Gluten-Free)

I’ve mentioned before that I was a vegetarian for seven years in my late teens and early adulthood. Although I am clearly no longer a vegetarian, I still eat vegetable-heavy meals and retain some of my eating habits from those years. For instance, I’m an enthusiastic flinger of nutritional yeast (especially on buttered toast and popcorn). I eat vegetable-heavy meals most days of the week, and I swoon at farmer’s markets. My husband and our eldest two kids, God love ‘em, are equally enthusiastic eaters of vegetables....more

Gingery Tofu Summer Rolls

I've seen a new trend popping up over the last summer or two: summer roll parties! I have to admit, I kind of love it. Summer rolls are pretty much the perfect food when it's insufferably hot out – they're cool, crisp, and filled with watery vegetables and fresh herbs. Since they're eaten at room temperature the fillings can all be made ahead, which mean you can actually spend time with your guests instead of in the kitchen. Sure, your guests will have to do a little work – but once they get the hang of it, filling summer rolls is really easy and is a great social activity....more

Celebrating with Wildwood

Four generations of my family gathered at my parent's farm to celebrate the 4th of July with good food, games, sparklers and fireworks. There was an array of salads: potato, quinoa, fruit salad, and more. My Dad churned some homemade ice cream and I brought Wildwood to the party. I had never tried Wildwood Veggie Burgers before, although I have been eyeing them at the grocery store for some time. These burgers are gluten-free, non-GMO verified, organic, made with...more

Wildwood Baked Tofu

Do you consider tofu a healthy ingredient? It definitely can be. The folks over at Wildwood have packed their tofu with a whopping 14 grams of soy protein. This is especially important for those that don't eat meat. My older sister is a vegan and tofu provides a lot of her daily protein to substitute for protein that would normally come from eating meat. There are a lot of options when it comes to nutrition, you just have to do a little bit of research....more

Raspberry and Balsamic Broiled Tofu Salad & a $100 Giveaway!

My daughter's birthday is in August, but a few weeks back she decided to have an early birthday "party" with her best friend before we moved. Going out to eat and seeing a movie in one afternoon is just about enough to make any 7-year-old's heart explode with excitement and she had a blast. For me, the conversations I listened to at lunch were enough to make me want to take her out every weekend--it was hilarious....more

Caprese Tofu Sliders

My husband and I aren’t huge meat eaters. We’re not vegans or vegetarians by any means, but we’re also not carnivores either. I probably make 1 -2 recipes a week that have meat, and most of those contain either bacon or pork belly. Plus, with both of us trying to shed some extra weight, meat has sort of been absent from our dinner plates. This is why I was really excited to participate in the BlogHer Wildwood review and try some of their meatless products, like the baked tofu snacks and crumbles....more

Vegan Sloppy Joes

There are a lot of things I love about blogging. I have met so many incredible people, which is an amazing perk I didn’t expect when I started. And I’m not going to lie; being able to ramble on about food and/or books is pretty awesome. But one thing that I really love is when I get to discover new healthy foods. I am super duper picky when it comes to products and food things. So when I was contacted by Wildwood about trying their product, I checked out their website...more

grilled tofu burgers with mushrooms & blue cheese (+ a $100 visa card giveaway!)

Let's talk tofu, shall we? I know tofu is all the rage among healthy eaters like myself, but I was honestly a very hesitant tofu eater. I'd had some health concerns about soy products in the past (the fuzzy link with soy, estrogen and breast-cancer, which you can read about all over the internet), but mostly, I just never really cared to try it. I mean, a block of white mushy goo just never really looks all the appetizing, does it?...more