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In this case, let hotter heads prevail. We didn’t know we needed a spicy granola in our lives, until we tried this fiery, flavorful concoction from our friends at Bad Seed. It’s unlike anything we’ve ever tried, but it does remind us (in the best possible way) of the spicy, crunchy bits at the bottom of a bowl of Szechuan dan dan noodles. So good!
Canola oil, sesame seed oil, chili paste (miso [organic whole soybean koji, water, sea salt, barley flour], brown sugar, water, korean chili powder, rice vinegar, salt), ginger, garlic, cayenne & anaheim chili powder(dried anaheim chilies, silicon dioxide [anti-caking agent]), tamari soy sauce (water, soybeans, salt, alcohol [to preserve freshness]), shallots, organic coconut palm sugar, sesame seeds, almonds, rolled oats, hulled hemp seeds, applesauce (apples, water and salt), puffed rice, organic brown rice syrup, light brown sugar, honey, organic extra virgin coconut oil, ginger (cracked ginger, sulfiting agents[to retain color]) & sea salt. Contains: soy, wheat, treenuts and sulfites. Comes in a 5 oz jar.
- Contains soy.
- Contains wheat.
- Contains treenuts.
MEET BAD SEED
Peter Cortez had created a spicy, savory mix of nuts, seeds, peppers and spices that brings a bit of badness to goody-two-shoes granola. Perfecting the recipe took a long time, from figuring out the secret to keeping it crispy, to nailing the ideal ratio of sweet-hot-savory goodness.