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Favas
3yr James
Shucking favas and loving spring
Shucking favas and loving spring
WHAT CAN I DO?
3yr
Joining the #FoodRevolution means that small steps can start at home, by learning how to cook a f...
Joining the #FoodRevolution means that small steps can start at home, by learning how to cook a few nutritious meals, getting your kids into the kitchen and supporting local food, or even advocatin...
  • Brianne School gardens need to be a staple!
  • JamieOliversFoodRevolution @Brianne agree! Some studies have shown that children who grow their own vegetables are five times more likely to eat them.
  • FarmerDave i second more growing! I've seen it in my own community. Kids and even adults who are part of the growing process have a different appreciation for the food they consume. It's like they treasure...
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Roasted ramp pesto
3yr theencyclofeedia.com
Got my hands on some ramps from work and made this delicious pesto, Oh how I love spring! #FoodRe...
Got my hands on some ramps from work and made this delicious pesto, Oh how I love spring! #FoodRevolution
Eat meat daily, die early.
3yr sciencedaily.com
For those of us who are omnivores, we might want to consider doing only Meat on Mondays vs. #Meat...
For those of us who are omnivores, we might want to consider doing only Meat on Mondays vs. #MeatlessMondays. New large-scale study of 1.5 MM people shows that there is a 3.6-year increase in life ...
  • annefood I'm curious, does this entice meat-eaters to stop eating meat/eat less meat?
  • Rachna @akhilg2002 - relevant for our dinner chat on Friday, and for your patients. Curious what your partners think about a study like this?
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Food Revolution Day is tomorrow, so naturally this week's Behind The Plate is with Daniel from @JamieOliversFoodRevolution ! Check it out.
3yr blog.thefoodstand.com
Daniel Nowland is the Head of Technical at Jamie Oliver Ltd. What does that mean? (We had to ask ...
Daniel Nowland is the Head of Technical at Jamie Oliver Ltd. What does that mean? (We had to ask too.) Basically, anything involving food values, ethics and sourcing is Daniel's domain—he develops ...
Have y'all seen this #nofoodwaste website?
3yr savethefood.com
"We Waste 40% of the food produced in America. The good news: there’s something we can do." #Food...
"We Waste 40% of the food produced in America. The good news: there’s something we can do." #FoodRevolution
  • Zesty_Z Great mobile site. Also, the tip about wax paper and cheese is 🙌
  • annefood Yes @Zesty_Z ! Agree- that's a good one.
Beautiful Artichokes
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#FoodRevolution
  • Anke they are gorgeous!
Leek Pasta
3yr
I put this #NoFoodWaste tip at the @Feedbackorg event to practice.
1. Cut the greens off of your ...
I put this #NoFoodWaste tip at the @Feedbackorg event to practice.
1. Cut the greens off of your leeks
2. Wash them thoroughly
3. Boil them for 5-6 minutes in some salted water. Drain.
4. Saute the...
Fresh Blackberry & Vanilla Bean Custard Tarts
3yr flavorsoflight.com
You have to love fresh berry and custard tarts during summertime, a French classic for a reason… ...
You have to love fresh berry and custard tarts during summertime, a French classic for a reason…  And, especially delicious if you hunt for the freshest berries (organic if possible) straight from ...
  • SpiceySpice I love smitten kitchen's pie shell recipe too. I use it all the time. The Grand Marnier is a really nice touch.
  • gingerandchorizo Looks delicious!
  • reneedenise @SpiceySpice Thanks, and so nice of you to visit the blog. I always have good faith in Deb--love her blog and Dorie Greenspan is a wonderful baker. :)
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A Quick Look at Local Grains - The Greenmarket Regional Grains Project — i robbed a farmer
3yr irobbedafarmer.com
"As we all try our best to incorporate local foods into our diets, fresh 
veggies and fruits don...
"As we all try our best to incorporate local foods into our diets, fresh
veggies and fruits don’t seem to be much of a problem. Organic grains and
proteins seem a bit harder to find. However, t...
  • katewilson I get their rolled oats all the time. Really admire this initiative!
  • FarmerDave I tried emmer from here a while back. I didn't even know emmer was a grain, but it was incredibly nutty and hearty - almost like farro's older, stronger big brother or sister.
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