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Dressing Winter Greens

As temperatures drop and snow flies, I crave colorful food. A favorite source this time of year is frost kissed, tender, baby greens. Their bright leaves are a welcome relief on grey days and their candy-like sweetness keeps me wanting to eat my vegetables. Usually, I eat these winter treats unencumbered with seasonings or dressings […]

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Made with Love: DIY Crafts

Want to add a special spin to your holiday gifting? Try your hand at making your own! Even if you’re not the creative type, these gift ideas are ready for crafting novices and aces alike.

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Eat your Greens! Potassium & Health

Potassium is an essential micronutrient, mineral, and an electrolyte. You can find this essential nutrient in unprocessed foods, such as vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts and seeds. Fortunately, this time of year is a great time to get your potassium from locally grown foods! Green veggies like broccoli, spinach, and swiss chard are all good sources, […]

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A Word on Waste: Part III

This article is part of a four-part series on buying, storing, preserving and composting foods to prevent waste We have an extreme problem with inefficiency when it comes to food production across the globe. The resulting excess usage of natural resources has an enormous effect on the environment. As individuals we can take small actions […]

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Freshly Milled Flour: Worth the Splurge

The flour that we typically buy from the store is not usually something we given a second thought to, just a bland, white pantry staple without much character. At least, that’s was how I felt until I worked for a farm that grew and milled fresh, heirloom wheatberries into whole grain wheat flour. It completely […]

in Agriculture, Find Local Food, Learn More, Mieko Diener