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Local, Organic Produce at Your Doorstep

At the Fourth of July celebration in Berkeley, California this week, as I was strolling past a row of vendors, I was drawn to the booth of an organization called Farm Fresh to You. As with most Commun…

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Practically Green: A Fun & Addictive Way to Go Green

Listen, laugh & learn with the Green Divas (and Green Dude Paul) anytimePodcast here! A rather fun show this week. Perhaps it was all that talk about food and natural and creative ways to dye …

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How I Learned to Eat My Vegetables

Lately I've been daydreaming about the late summer, when all my favorite fruits, vegetables and herbs are at the peak of their season -- tomatoes, eggplant, grapes, basil, summer squash, to name a few…

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Comparing the Benefits of a CSA versus Farmers Market

By Maris Callahan for DietsInReview.com Years ago, people visited one market or general store to shop for all of the groceries and household items on their list. Today, we have a numerous choices w…

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Local School Lunches

As the school year gets underway, you might be grappling with how to make sure your kids continue to eat healthy, sustainable and local foods once they go back. With your schedule getting busier, you …

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Are You Right For A CSA?

As I have written about before, becoming a CSA member (Community Supported Agriculture) is an increasingly popular way to buy local, seasonal produce directly from a farmer. With a CSA you buy …

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