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Exciting Spring Menu Updates

Our chefs have been very busy in the kitchen coming up with new additions and we're so excited to share these with all of our hungry kids. We're bringing in new flavors and a bit of interactivity  for the spring season based on our schools' feedback and our chefs' imaginations. Read on to learn more about what you can expect to see on our upcoming menus. 

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At The End of the Rainbow...

It's not just the green in our sauteed kale or string beans you've been noticing lately, it's your neighbors and friends beginning their St. Patrick's Day celebrations! We can't think of any better excuse to add extra green veggies to our meals than to celebrate such a fun and festive holiday, but we can think of a great family-friendly activity you can do with your kids.  Our favorite holiday tradition is creating the amazingly delicious, nutritious, and beautiful fruit rainbow! 
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New Menu Additions for Spring!

Whether it's joining the Meatless Monday movement or choosing to go vegetarian any other day of the week, our team at Red Rabbit knows that eating more plant-based meals is a nutritious and delicious way to try new things. This season, we're bringing some exciting favorites to the table. Let us know what you think!
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Protein!

ALMONDS, EGGS AND LENTILS ARE ALL EXCELLENT SOURCES OF PROTEIN.

Off of the heels of popular diets such as Atkins, Paleo and South Beach, Americans are as enamored with the little groups of nitrogen containing building blocks as they have ever been. And why not? Protein is used for creation and structure of every cell in our bodies, protein’s enzymatic reaction allows for many essential chemical processes to occur, and protein antibodies, are one defense (usually), which keep us free from illness, among other things. Even the word itself derives from the Greek word protos, meaning first, or of primary importance. In a recent International Food Information Council (IFIC) survey, 48% of respondents stated that they are currently trying to eat more protein. Reasons given vary from perceived increased satiety, to beliefs that it will aid in weight loss. There is no doubt that eating enough protein is paramount to good health. But what is enough protein? What do you hear people saying about protein?

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