A guide to fall produce, learn more about the health benefits of these seasonal foods.
By Bill Palladino
I like this one. My family tries very, very, hard to narrow our waste stream. It’s evident every week on our street. Our neighborhood’s garbage service uses bright red bags, and in the snow we’ve had they stand out. Our home only has a red bag in front of it once a month or less often. On the other hand, our recycling is always piled much higher than the neighbor’s. We even have two bins to everyone else’s single one.
In this unusual Infographic from the folks at Fitbie.com, we see a standard collection of holiday temptations, alongside a visual reminder of how much you should really eat. We all love to eat over the holidays. This infographic should give you a reference point for just how far you indulge yourself.
So your neighbor the gardener just gave you 200 pounds of squash, a bushel of carrots, and some mushrooms. What do you do with it all?
We get a lot of questions from the community about sourcing Non-GMO products. Here’s a sweet infographic from the Non-GMO Project on sourcing your Thanksgiving feast. From the folks at the Non-GMO Project. For more information about GMO and non-GMO food products be sure to visit the folks at Oryana in TC, and The Grain Train in Petoskey. They are local sources of deep knowledge on the subject.