For over 10 years, Eat Local founders, Greg and Matthew have provided Washington with hand-crafted, flavorful, and nutritious meals. They are still committed to creating delicious, convenient meals, while also working to further improve nutrition. Their team of Registered Dietitians has reduced sodium, removed added sugar, increased whole grains and vegetables all while introducing lots of new dishes that suit a wide range of dietary needs.
Enjoy Over 20 Ketogenic Options
Have you heard about the ketogenic diet? With a focus on healthy fats and moderate protein, these limited-carbohydrate meals are perfect for customers looking to reboot their metabolism and balance blood sugar. Each Eat Local keto dish includes a full serving of low-carb vegetables to ensure you’re still getting enough fiber. If you’d like to learn more about how ketogenic diets work, Eat Local recommends adding Mark Sisson’s The Keto Reset Diet to your reading list.
Eat Local has received such positive feedback on their initial keto line that they just unveiled seven new keto options. With inspiration found around the globe, their ketogenic entrées include East Asian, Indian, Italian, and homestyle flavors. Not sure where to begin? They recommend their Keto Sampler to get you started with 12 nutritious options, featuring antibiotic-free protein and 100% grass-fed beef.
Enjoy Heart-Healthy Mediterranean Flavors
Eat Local’s Registered Dietitians have also worked to expand their delicious and nutritious Mediterranean line of options. These entrées feature crisp vegetables, whole grains, legumes, extra-virgin olive oil, and lean protein. Registered Dietitians cite the Mediterranean diet as heart-healthy due to the emphasis on plant-based eating, fiber, and the inclusion of healthy fats from olive oil and fish. According to the Mayo Clinic, following a Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of chronic disease. To learn more, they recommend reading The Mediterranean Heart Diet: Why it Works, with Recipes to Get You Started by Helen V. Fisher and Cynthia Thomson.
Kick off heart-healthy nutrition with Eat Local’s Mediterranean Sampler, which features antibiotic-free chicken, Omega-3 rich fish, and plant-based proteins.
How It’s Made
All of Eat Local’s recipes are hand-crafted with care in their Burien, Washington kitchen. Co-founder, Greg Conner explains, “I started Eat Local over 10 years ago because I couldn’t find tasty, prepared food made with real ingredients.” Their commitment to whole ingredients, traditional cooking methods, and simplicity hasn’t changed.
Eat Local’s prep team washes, weighs, chops, and trims all of their raw ingredients. Their chefs cook in big, gas-heated pans while their pastry team crafts each pie by hand. Once each meal is finished, it’s blast chilled and frozen to lock in maximum flavor and nutrients. Every dish tastes freshly homemade when it emerges from your oven or microwave.