Tribali foods was launched by a holistic nutritionist and vegetarian who sought to add meat back into her diet. But she wanted “clean” meats.
That meant sourcing top organic cuts: grass-fed and grass-finished pastured beef, free-range chicken and humanely raised pork.
She then created versatile, minimally-processed patties and sliders, and seasoned them global flavor combinations: herbs, purées, spices and vegetables.
The line was then frozen but the meats cook up quickly: “ready to nourish” in minutes.
Tribali fits with popular eating plans such as the Mediterranean/Greek diet, the Keto diet, the Paleo diet and the Real Foods diet.
But more importantly to us (we eat every diet) is that everything is very flavorful and nutrient-dense. We try a lot of prepared foods, and most of them are under-seasoned, requiring that we add condiments, salt or other flavor boosters.
Tribali is perfectly seasoned—so much so that we were taken by delightful surprise and immediately made them a Top Pick Of The Week.
Animal welfare is a priority for Tribali; the supply chain is transparent.
There are no binders, fillers or hormones. You can feel good about what you eat.
And what you’ll eat is so delicious!
There are options for breakfast, lunch and dinner—not to mention sliders with cocktails. The line currently includes:
Use them to make:
There are recipes on the website, all of which we want to make. We especially like the sliders that use baby portabella mushroom caps instead of mini-buns.
 A hearty salad topped with strips of chipotle chicken (photos #1 and #2 courtesy Tribali).
|The line is available at Walmart and other retailers nationwide (store locator), as well as from the website, TribaliFoods.com.
*Both of these flatbreads, of Indian origin, look similar. The difference: Roti is typically made from whole wheat flour and is cooked either on a tawa (a flat skillet) or in a tandoor, a cylindrical clay or metal oven. Naan is made from all-purpose white flour, is leavened with yeast, and then cooked in a tandoor.