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Pumpkin Bread



1. Prepare the Pumpkin Puree. Preheat the oven to 350F. Slice the stem off and then slice the pumpkin in half. With a sharp-edged spoon, scoop out the seeds & guts. (You can save & clean the seeds for roasting.) Roast at 350F for about 45-50 minutes. We recommend preparing ahead, or you can get the rest of your ingredients together while the pumpkin roasts.
2. Lightly grease a loaf pan.
3. Mix. In a medium size bowl, combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, spices and salt. In a separate bowl, combine oil, sugar, water/milk and vanilla. Add the wet mixture to the dry mixture along with 1.5 cups of pumpkin puree and mix well. Be careful not to over mix, but be sure there is no flour clumps. Add ins welcome, like chocolate chips or walnuts.
4. Bake. Pour batter into prepared loaf pan, place in oven, and bake for 55 – 60 minutes. Once done, remove from oven and let cool 5 – 10 minutes. Remove loaf from pan and transfer bread to a wire rack to cool slightly before serving.
Sliced pumpkin bread is delicious warmed in a toaster oven and served with a smear of vegan butter!

Back to school lunches made easy!


Main Veggie Fruit Protein Snack Sweet
Lunch 1 Cucumber Sandwich Peeled carrot batons (top tip, keep in water for freshness) Melon Balls Hummus (to dip the carrots in) Tortilla Chips Chocolate Dipped Mango
Lunch 2 Breakfast Burrito Cherry Tomatoes Sliced Apple Peanut Butter (or tahini for nut-free) Pretzels Chia Seed Pudding
Lunch 3 Dinosaur Pasta & Pesto + Pine Nuts Bell Peppers Cubed Mango Tempeh Bacon Popcorn Monkey Bar
Lunch 4 Spaghetti & Meatballs Snap Peas Pear Protein Shake Jen’s Cafe Bar Patter Bar
Lunch 5 Rice & Veggies with Soyaki Sauce Carrots + Peppers Peach Tofu Cubes Granola Date Energy Bar

3rd Annual Nude Foods Fest

Nude Foods Market is Boulder’s first zero waste grocery store and grocery delivery service and we’re celebrating our store turning TWO! Don’t miss the coolest eco-event of the season 😎

Join us for

🌟 FREE Food and loads of local eco-vendors

🌟 Clothing thrift pop-up + clothing repair stations

🌟 Community Partners and Kids Activities

🌟 Live music by John Brewster

Welcome to the future. Nude Foods Fest is the ONLY 100% zero waste festival in Colorado. You heard that right. EVERYTHING will be sold in reusable containers, from the dinner to the drinks to the ice cream you eat; to the free samples you snack on, to all the vendors in our eco-makers market!!!

We’re past compostables, it’s time for the reuse revolution to thrive! Come learn about Nude Foods Market, a zero waste grocery store and delivery service in Boulder, Denver, and surrounding areas. We have everything you need for your grocery shop, all sold in our reusable zero waste packaging.

Register (optional) here for special updates!

Share Nude Foods with the Community!

Our business thrives off of community recommendations from our amazing customers (YOU!!!). So don’t miss this amazing special: Earn $10 of store credit for sharing Nude Foods on NextDoor, in a Facebook Group (not your personal page), or Instagram. Limited to $10 per person and the offer runs through the September 7th!


You are totally welcome and encouraged to write your own post and share your own pictures, but if you are busy here are a few options to make it super easy:


“Nude Foods Market is the future of grocery store models! Their store on Walnut & 32nd offers a full range of high quality, local, organic and packaging-free products, all served up with smiles from friendly staff and comparable in price to other grocery store options. Try Nude Foods! You’ll love it as much as I do.”


“Making more sustainable, healthier choices can be absolutely delicious and INSANELY EASY with Nude Foods Market. Here’s what I love about Nude Foods:

– Fresh, organic, LOCAL, and rescued products

– All the groceries I need with NONE of the waste

– Groceries delivered straight to your door by bicycle

– Meals that are ready to eat and don’t have all the packaging!”


“Nude Foods gives me hope for the future. Over the past couple months I’ve been integrating Nude Foods into my regular grocery routine. I’ve found that I can stock my kitchen without creating unnecessary waste. This makes me feel really good.” 


“If you haven’t, you should really give Nude Foods Market a try. It’s now my first stop when I need stuff. Here’s why: Local products like coffee beans, Oatis oat milk, hemp burgers, tempeh, baked goods from Hävenly. The ever-expanding selection of snacks, body care items, household goods, and produce (including imperfect produce). I recently tried one of the pre-order meals; it was delicious and super convenient for a weeknight when I just don’t have time to cook. It literally went jar to table in 5 mins.”


“There is no better permanent grocer/market in Boulder than Nude Foods! Local, organic, and zero single use packaging. Their model should be the standard. Simple, affordable, and community-oriented.”



Welcome to Nude Foods!

Nude Foods Market is a full service zero waste grocery store and delivery service that sells everything in our reusable containers so there isn’t any single use packaging. We also makes amazing ready-to-eat prepared meals. Use the discount code ‘DENVERMEAL’ to get a prepared meal delivered for free 😍. First time customers only 🙂

Our meals are:

✨ Vegan

✨ Jar-to-table in 5 minutes

✨ Feed four people!
When you enter the code at checkout, you can get one of our three meal options, a $29 value, for FREE (excludes our $7 delivery fee). Our menu rotates every week too so you are always getting something new.
1. Asian Fusion
2. Soup of the Week
3. Chef’s Choice

Denver and Broomfield: Place your delivery order by Monday at 6:00 PM. On Tuesdays, we’ll deliver your order to your door OR you have an option to pick up at our soon to be new storefront (3538 W. 44th ave.) between 4 and 6pm if you are outside our delivery area.

Boulder, Superior, Gunbarrel, Lafayette or Louisville: We can deliver to you by bike or electric vehicle Tues – Friday. Just make sure you order by 6pm the day before you’d like delivery. Or you can pick up from our Boulder storefront at 3233 Walnut Street.

You pay a jar deposit per jar ($1.50) and when you return that jar (just leave it out and we’ll pick them up next time we deliver) you get $1 in your online wallet to spend at Nude Foods Market.

We keep 50 cents to cover our cleaning, sanitizing and refilling costs.

Thank you for voting for Bohemian Eclectic!

We appreciate your time and are excited to grow the Nude Foods reach with you.

Thank you for voting for Reclaimed Rustic!

We appreciate your time and are excited to grow the Nude Foods reach with you.

Verity’s Vegan Pizza!



Let the dough sit on the counter until it reaches room temperature. While this happens, chop your red onions into long thin slivers. Heat a tablespoon of oil in a pan on your stove. Once oil is shimmering, add your onion slices and stir to coat with the oil. Then, let cook, stirring occasionally. Let the onions cook for 30 minutes to 1 hour more, stirring every few minutes.

Back to the dough — it’s  ready to roll out when a quick finger poke leaves a dent that bounces back slightly.

You know the drill with pizza assembly – spread your tomato sauce on the dough, crumble the vegan feta on top, then sprinkle your caramelized red onions, raisins, and pine nuts, adding more or less of each depending upon your tastes.

Bake it as hot as your oven can go. And enjoy!



Vegan Cauliflower Cheese


Roasted Cauliflower:
2 pounds Cauliflower Florets
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
½ tsp Sea Salt
½ tsp Ground Black Pepper

Vegan Cheese Sauce:
6 Tbsp Vegan Butter
6 Tbsp All Purpose Flour
3 cups Oat Milk
⅓ cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tsp Dijon Mustard
1 tsp Onion Powder
1 tsp Garlic Powder
¾ tsp Sea Salt


  • Preheat the oven to 430°F (220°C).
  • Add cauliflower florets to a mixing bowl along with olive oil, sea salt and black pepper and toss the cauliflower florets so that they are lightly coated in the oil and spices.
  • Transfer to a roasting pan or a parchment lined tray and bake in the oven at 430°F for 20 minutes. Remove the cauliflower from the oven and then turn the oven down to 400°F.
  • While the cauliflower is roasting prepare your cheese sauce. Add vegan butter to a saucepan on medium to high heat and when melted add in all purpose flour. Fry the flour in the vegan butter briefly.
  • Add the oat milk all at once and whisk it in. Bring to the boil stirring and whisking constantly. When it boils keep stirring for a few minutes until it has thickened noticeably.
  • Remove from the heat, add nutritional yeast, dijon mustard, onion powder, garlic powder and salt and whisk in.
  • Place the roasted cauliflower into a mixing bowl, pour over the cheese sauce and toss the cauliflower gently in the sauce.
  • Prepare your breadcrumbs by adding them to a bowl with melted vegan butter and toss the breadcrumbs with the butter so that they’re lightly coated.
  • Transfer the roasted cauliflower and sauce to a 9×13 baking dish and smooth down.
  • Spread the breadcrumbs evenly over the top.
  • Bake in the oven (uncovered) at 400°F for 25-30 minutes until browned on top.
  • Serve topped with some fresh chopped parsley and ground black pepper.

Loving it vegan

Chocolate Chia Pudding



  • Add cacao powder to a small mixing bowl. Add maple syrup, ground cinnamon, salt, and vanilla and whisk to combine. Then add your dairy-free milk a little at a time and whisk until a paste forms. Then add remaining dairy-free milk and whisk until smooth.
  • Add chia seeds and whisk once more to combine. Cover and refrigerate overnight, or at least 3-5 hours (until it has pudding-like consistency).
  • Leftovers keep covered in the fridge for 4-5 days. Serve chilled with toppings, such as fresh or frozen fruit, granola, or local greek yogurt.

Source: Minimalist Baker

Tempeh Bolognese

Zero Waste Recipe

Tempeh Bolognese
All you need:


  1. Boil water with salt and olive oil. Cook al dente.
  2. Apply oil to saucepan and apply medium heat.
  3. Dice tempeh and add to pan with oregano and thyme.
  4. Heat minced garlic in small pot with olive oil. Add marjoram. Once beginning to brown, add tomato sauce.  Cook sauce several minutes
  5. Once tempeh is browned (5-7 minutes) add to tomato sauce.
  6. Strain pasta from boiling water and return to pot with olive oil & a pinch of salt. Apply heat and stir.  Add freshly ground pepper.
  7. Turn off heat and add finished pasta to a bowl. Scoop tempeh Bolognese on top of pasta and enjoy. 😀

Source: Project Umami Tempeh