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Golden Turmeric Granola with Dried Berries

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Start your day with this powerhouse of nutrition and flavor. We’ve infused coconut oil with turmeric and star anise to turn everyday granola into a beautiful ambrosia with whole Indian coriander seeds and tart dried fruit. There are no limits to what you can do with this fancy cereal! Use our Golden Turmeric Granola as a base for dessert crusts or energy bars and enjoy every bite. It really is about more than just the looks. The unexpected flavor of Indian coriander is delightful and the little pops of barberries are so welcome! Not too big or chewy like some dried fruits, the barberries are just the right size and flavor. If you don’t have any barberries, you can chop up dried cranberries for the same flavor.


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