well, we start with eggs and add whatever you like
same tortilla as our burritos, but with cheddar, ham, egg, avocado, and spinach, melty warm breakfast; with a warm spinach salad inside
you know why you should always be nice; i was prepping food one morning at 6am when someone came in when we were closed and asked to use our microwave; ugh, sure, whatever, why not, and this smell came out: cinnamon, allspice, pumpkin; she gave me the recipe, now you get to enjoy it every morning; and thanks susan, glad you stopped by
we make our own yogurt mix that is high protein, very low sugar, but with a delicious vanilla flavor; add fresh mango and strawberry, top with natural honey granola and; yes, they are very popular
juicy, moist, tender chicken, about a 1/4 pound every time, wrapped up warm and melty in a spinach tortilla; this was the original, and still the most popular
lean (think low saturated fat) yet juicy and tender beef all wrapped up with fuels burritos usual suspects
smoky, spicy, juicy bbq with melty-cheese!
homemade pesto, made from fresh basil, fresh garlic, premium olive oil, and rustic parmesian
salmon, grilled tender and juicy over an open flame, with a touch or olive oil, salt, and pepper, rolled into fuel's famous burrito.
fresh portabellos, zucchini, and summer squash everyday. add avocados, spinach, brown rice or quinoa, black beans, and cilantro lime dressing, and you have vegetarian bliss
after i saw the results in size and strength from the ultimate fuel, i knew we were onto something. so i concocted this one. same ideas as ultimate fuel: lots of protein, but this time chocolate, and instead of fish and flax oil powders for healthy fats we substituted peanut butter. now, i'm not saying it's as perfect as ultimate fuel, but it works and tastes incredible. our best seller, always a tie with the ultimate green
i got tired of sugary-smoothie yogurts. so i made our own. plain yogurt, mixed with vanilla and no added sugar. just the naturally-occurring milk sugars and probiotics of yogurt, but with fruity vanilla taste; strawberry, banana, blueberry, blend, mango, pineapple, orange;
designed to be light, fast-acting, and delicious, our original uses only fuel's quick-uptake cfm whey protein isolate (available in 2lb bags,) half a banana, and half an orange. everything you need for a high-paced workout. nothing you don't.
i created this smoothie in response to the need for us all to get more greens and cellulose fiber, but not just any greens and fiber: kale, spinach, and swiss chard. also contains green vibrance greens powder with milk thistle, enzymes, probiotics, spirulina. more great things than i can list, and not in tiny quantities! studies show again and again that people who eat more leafy greens and fruits live longer. maybe it's the vitamins, i think it's also the fiber. either way this smoothie is packed with both, and if you're not getting your greens regularly, you will feel the difference this smoothie makes; green energy goodness; the epitome of low calorie nutrient dense
i designed this in my hard-core triathlon-days. you see, to build and repair muscle efficiently, while encouraging fat-loss, you need a combination of fast and slow acting proteins with a healthy dose of omega-3 fats. fuel's ultimate fuel has 60% protein (1/2 whey isolate, 1/2 casein), 20% fish and flax oil powder (no, it doesn't taste fishy. tastes like vanilla oatmeal), 10% oat powder (working muscles need some carbs), 5% cla conjugated linoleic acid. shoot me an email and i'll tell you why you need it. this is also a perfect meal replacement, especially for the too-busy-for-breakfas-straight-to-the-coffee people. if your muscles could ask for food, they would beg for ultimate fuel;
these are 50 50 dates and raw, organic, dark cacao; cacao is pure chocolate, before they add milk and sugar and make it not so good for you; pure cacao, on the other hand, is a powerful anti-oxidant, and they just keep coming up with new studies showing more and more benefits; october 2012 studies showed cacao helped age related memory loss; these hearty, chewy bars are like fudge for your mouth and anti-agers for you brain
people always run up to the counter and ask, i'm about to workout and i haven't eaten anything, what should i eat for energy before i work out? so i invented these dark cacao energy balls, along with our anti-oxidant bars. truth is, you should eat a nice sized meal with plenty of carbs and protein and healthy fats 2-3 hours before your workout, alowing all that energy time to enter your blood stream, but if you haven't, these are perfect. packed with dates, almonds, walnut, goji berries, maca rood, and dark cacao, these will give you almost immediate energy that will burn slowly, powering you through a 1 hour workout without gastro intestinal distress; then again, i've had people order 10 of them for plated desserts at dinner parties, so just pop 'em in your mouth, they're good for you
we work hard to make the classics healthy. when your muscles are burning, sometimes it's nice to light-up the pleasure centers of your brain with some good-old comfort foods, made in a healthy way! packed with protein and healthy fats, i'm not saying it's a great night-time snack, but if your putting in the big training sessions. this is good fuel
these are a fuel favorite, with cool tomatoes, spinach, melted cheese, and bacon to help testosterone production and it's the good stuff, which is why i end up buying 50 lbs of bacon a week, add a touch of mayo and dijon mustard or not let us know; and you have a classic that supports big workouts and recovery
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Aaron L.(via Yelp)
September 23, 2014
The menu isn't too extensive, but from my experience, you really only need to know about one thing anyway: the salmon burrito! On a recent weekend visit to...
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