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    If you hear an onion ring, answer it

      Onions may just have been one of the earliest cultivated crops (researchers approximate their cultivation to 5000 years ago) valued for being easy to grow, easy to transport and less perishable than other food of the time.  Researchers suggest that the onion may have proved valuable to human existence as they could easily be […]

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    Only Good Chives

    Spring has sprung and this weeks seasonal eating focus is chives. Chives are packed with Vitamin K, which experts have said is a critical component in bone density. In addition, chives contain both choline and folate which may be found linked to improving memory functions. If you are starting to plant your garden, consider planting […]

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    Layers of Leafy Possibilities

    As health experts continue to advise us to eat more leafy greens, we’re here to remind you that Cabbage is an easy way to consume more greens while also eating harmoniously with the seasons. Eating in season offers a higher density of nutrients in your food as these foods are picked fresh in season and […]

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    Kale’in It

    Kale has been in the popular limelight touted as being a trendy superfood. We believe kale’s popularity is here to stay due to its nutritional benefits, adaptability in recipes and for it being such an easy crop to grow.  Kale is a member of the cabbage family, a cruciferous vegetable like cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, collard […]