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CSA Week Five

August 5, 2013

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Some very tasty recipes came out of this week’s delivery. I’m having a bit of trouble getting images to work though. I can upload them just fine, but they won’t insert into my posts. It may be some kind of glitch with my browser, as I am able to include them if I post them […]

So Much Produce

September 7, 2012

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This Tuesday’s CSA pick-up was crazy.   There were so many watermelons they wouldn’t all fit on the table…

CSA Solutions (6)

August 31, 2012

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Life has been somewhat chaotic lately, and I had to choose between getting things done and writing about them.  Finally there is a momentary break in the action and I have several weeks of CSA pick-ups and one last tip to share with you.   The sixth lesson: Share the goodness with your friends and […]

CSA Solutions (5)

August 6, 2012

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  The fifth lesson: Appliances are your friends.  A dehydrator will let you store just about anything but lettuce until next year.  You can make zucchini chips, fruit leather, and “sun” dried tomatoes.  A big jar of dehydrated veggies is a great starting point for winter soups or casseroles.  A blender can be used to […]

CSA Solutions (4)

July 21, 2012

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It’s been a busy couple of weeks, so you’re getting two weeks of CSA photos and a tip on what to do with your produce all in one post.  Sometimes it’s a choice between cooking the produce and writing about it.  My stomach wins that argument every time…  Here you go: The fourth lesson: Try […]

Can Organic Feed the World?

April 27, 2012

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I haven’t had much time to blog lately, but I wanted to share part three of this series of articles with you.  (Here’s part 1 and part 2 in case you’re just dropping in now.) Feeding the world is a hot button issue.  Politicians talk about it, activists talk about it, and big agri-businesses talk […]

Can Organic Heal the Earth?

November 29, 2011

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The world we live in is made up of information. We are constantly bombarded by information, via television, radio, magazines, newspapers, status updates, and tweets.  It can be hard to know which sources to believe, who to trust. Controversial topics can be particularly difficult to understand. One such topic is the debate over organic versus […]