This article was originally written for our Newsletter of October, 2012. Here are a few updates:
Leafy greens are a key important ingredient in our recipe, but be creative. Alternate kale with chard or collards or the superfood watercress, and include a variety of colored vegetables. For reference, Table 2 in this wonderful study lists the nutrition density of "powerhouse" vegetables and fruits.
Our latest approach is to frequently leave out the grains and sprinkle, instead, ground-up high-quality pellets over or mixed in with the vegetable mix. That cuts down on the time it takes to make the veggie mix. It also uses pellets instead of grains, which overall are healthier because they are a mix of grain, nuts, seeds, and nutritional supplements, especially vitamin D.
We have since found another place that sells an even wider range of dried vegetables and fruits, and mostly, if not all, organic: